Publications

Keynote and Invited Papers

 

  1. Leschziner M A (1986), Finite‑volume computation of recirculating flow with Reynolds‑stress closures, invited paper, Proc. 3rd Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods for Non‑Linear Problems, Dubrovnik, Croatia, pp.  847‑868.
  2. Leschziner M A (1988), Modelling recirculating flows by finite‑volume methods ‑ Current status and future directions, invited paper, Refined Flow Modelling and Turbulence Measurements, (Y. Iwasa, N. Tamai and A. Wada, eds.), Universal Academic Press, Tokyo, pp. 19‑40.
  3. Leschziner M A (1989), Second‑moment closure for complex flows, invited paper, Int. Forum on Mathematical Modelling of  Processes in Energy Systems, International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer, Belgrade, Serbia.
  4. Leschziner M A (1990), Modelling Engineering flows with Reynolds stress turbulence closure, invited review paper, J. Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 35, pp. 21‑47.
  5. Leschziner M A (1991), Modelling strongly swirling flows with advanced turbulence closures, invited Paper, Advances in Numerical Simulation Turbulent Flows, ASME FED‑Vol. 117, pp. 1‑11.
  6. Leschziner, M A (1992), Computational modelling of complex flows ‑ Expectations, reality and prospects, invited paper, Japan J. Wind Engineering, 52, pp. 180-194, Tokyo, Japan.
  7. Leschziner, M A (1992), Turbulence modelling challenges posed by complex flows, Invited paper, ROOMVENT '92, Int. Conf. on Room Ventillation, Lyngby, Denmark, 1, pp.  1-28.
  8. Leschziner M A (1993) Resolving complex strain fields with turbulence-transport models, invited paper, Journées Thématique Ecoulements Turbulents  EDF, Paris.
  9. Leschziner M A (1993) Modelling Aerodynamic Flows with Turbulence Transport Closures, invited paper, 5th Int. Symp. on Computational Fluid Dynamics, 2, pp. 132-140, Sendai, Japan.
  10. Leschziner M A (1994) Refined turbulence modelling for engineering flows, invited keynote paper, Computational Fluid Dynamics '94 - ECCOMAS (S. Wagner, E.H. Hirschel, J. Periaux and R. Piva, eds.), Wiley, pp. 33-46.
  11. Leschziner M A and Lien F-S (1995) Modelling turbulent transport in complex flows: Physical challenges, numerical implementation and predictive performance, Invited paper, Proc. 5th ICFD Conference on Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics, Oxford, UK, pp. 37-54.
  12. Leschziner M A (1995), Modelling turbulence in physically complex flows, invited keynote paper, XXIV IAHR Congress Hydra 2000, 2, pp 1-33 (M. Leschziner, ed.), Thomas Telford Publ., London, UK.
  13. Leschziner M A (1996), On the role of advanced turbulence modelling in computational aerodynamics, keynote paper, Proc. 36th Israel Annual Conference on Aerospace Sciences, pp. A.37-A-56.
  14. Leschziner M A (1996), Turbulence Modelling for internal engineering flows, keynote paper, Proc. 2nd Int. Workshop on Modelling Crystal Growth, Durbuy, Belgium, pp. 51-54.
  15. Leschziner M A (1997) Turbulence modelling for complex flows - necessary and avoidable compromises, keynote paper, Proc. 7th Int. Symp. on Computational Fluid Dynamics, ISCFD 97 (F.G. Zhang, Ed), Beijing, China, pp.12-24.
  16. Leschziner, M A and Lien, F-S, (1997) Computation of physically complex turbulent flows on parallel computers with a multiblock algorithm, Keynote paper, Parallel CFD'97, Manchester, May 1997, in Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics (Emerson et al, eds.), North Holland, pp. 3-14.
  17. Leschziner, M A (1998) Advances in modelling physically complex flows with anisotropy-resolving closures and related validation, invited paper, CD-ROM Proc of FEDSM'98,  ASME Fluids Engrg Division Summer Meeting, June 21-25, Washington D.C., USA, Paper No. FEDSM98-5090, pp. 1-12.
  18. Leschziner, M A (1998) Modelling complex turbulent flows, keynote paper, EUROMECH 384 Colloquium on Steady and Unsteady Separated Flows, July 6-9, University of Manchester, Paper published by Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series A (2000) 358, 1777, pp. 3247-3277.
  19. Leschziner, M A (1998) Modelling and computation of industrial flows, invited paper IUTAM-CISM meeting on Advanced Turbulent Flow Computations, Udine, Italy, Sept. 1998, in Advanced Turbulent Flow Computations (R. Peyret, E. Krause, Eds), Springer, 2000, pp. 209-278.
  20. Leschziner, M A (1999) Turbulence modelling for physically complex flows with anisotropy-resolving closures, invited paper, International Conference on Mathematical Modelling of Non-linear Systems, IIT, Kharagpur, India.
  21. Leschziner, M A (2000) "Aspects of turbulence modelling in complex strain fields", ASME FED Summer Meeting, "Fluids 2000", Boston, USA, June 2000.
  22. Leschziner, M A, Loyau, H and Apsley D D (2000) "Prediction of shock/boundary-layer interaction with non-linear eddy-viscosity models", European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering, CD-ROM Proceedings ECCOMAS 2000, Barcelona, Sept.
  23. Leschziner, M.A. (2001) "Non-linear eddy-viscosity modelling of shock-induced boundary-layer separation", Paper ASMESM2001-18145, Proc. ASME FED 2001, New Orleans, May 2001.
  24. Bonfiglioli, A. and Leschziner, M.A. (2001), "A comparative study of alternative reconstruction dschemes for flux evaluation within a pressure-based fully-collocated unstructured FV scheme for incompressible flow, CDRom Proc., ECCOMAS CFD 2001 Conference, Swansea.
  25. Leschziner, M.A. (2002), At the crossroads of turbulence modeling and turbulence simulation: opportunities and challenges, Keynote paper, Advances in Fluid Modelling and Turbulence Measurements, H. Ninokata, A. Wada and N. Tanaka (Eds.), Worlds Scientific publishers, pp. 3-20.
  26. Leschziner, M.A. and D. Drikakis (2002), “Turbulence modelling and turbulent-flow computation in Aeronautics”, Aeronautical Journal, 106, pp.349-384.
  27. Leschziner, M.A., (2003), “The challenge of modeling and simulating flow separation from continuous surfaces”, keynote paper, Proc. 12th Int. Conference on Fluid Flow Technologies (CMFF’03), Budapest, Hungary, Sept. 2003.
  28. Leschziner, M.A., (2003), “The Challenge of Modelling and Simulating Separation from Continuous Surfaces
  29. 13th Software Cradle Users Conference in Yokohama on 21st November, 2003.
  30. Leschziner, M.A. (2004), “The exploitation of Large Eddy Simulation for turbulence-model improvements and validation”, keynote paper, 7th Annual CFD Symposium, CFD Division of AeSI, Bangalore, Aug. 2004.
  31. Hanjalic K, Hadziabdic M, Temmerman L, Leschziner M.A. (2004), Merging LES and RANS strategies: zonal or seamless coupling?; R. Friedrich, B.O. Guerts and Metais, O.; Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation V, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 451-464 (invited paper at DLES V).
  32. Leschziner, M.A. (2005), Modelling turbulent separated flow in the context of aerodynamic applications, keynote paper, Commemorative Conference “Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flow Research”, June 2003, Tokyo. (Paper published in a special issue of Fluid Dynamics Research).
  33. Leschziner, M.A. (2005), Capabilities and limitations of computational methods combining Large Eddy Simulation with approximate near-layer models for predicting separated turbulent near-wall flows, keynote paper, Int. Symposium on Frontiers of Computational Science, Nagoya, Dec. 2005.
  34. Leschziner, M.A. (2006), The challenge of modeling and simulating separation from curved surfaces, keynote lecture, STAB Symposium of the German Working Group on Fluid Mechanics, Darmstadt, Nov. 2006.
  35. Leschziner, M.A. (2007), Statistical modelling and simulation of turbulent flows: limits, hard lessons and symbiotic relationships, Keynote paper, Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics, Tokyo, August 2007.
  36. Leschziner, M.A. (2007), Simulating flow separation from curved surfaces: routes to overcoming the Reynolds number barrier, Keynote lecture, JSME Annual Conference, Hiroshima, Nov. 2007.
  37. Leschziner, M.A. (2007), The challenge of modelling and simulating turbulent separation from curved surfaces, keynote paper, 14th National CFD Conference, Taiwan, Aug. 16, 2007.
  38. Leschziner, M.A., A. Avdis and D. Wu (2007), Simulation of synthetic jets in the context of controlling separated flows, Keynote paper, Third Asian-Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics, Kyoto (Mini-symposium sponsored by 21st Century COE Programme in Mechanical Systems Innovation), Dec. 2007.
  39. Leschziner, M.A., Wu, D. and Avdis, A.,  Simulation of Synthetic Jets in the Context of Controlling Separated Flow, Invited paper, LLES-AID Workshop in LES in Science and Technology, April, 2008, University of Poznan, Poland.
  40. Leschziner, M.A. (2008),  Simulation of separation from continuous surfaces: some lessons on capabilities and limitations, Invited paper, 8th. World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM8), 5th. European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2008), July 2008, Venice, Italy.
  41. Leschziner, M.A. (2009), Fasten your seatbelts, turbulence ahead – but not Necessarily as you know it, Annual Percy Pilcher Memorial Lecture, University of Glasgow, Nov. 2008.
  42. Leschziner,. M.A., N. Li and F. Tessicini, Simulating Flow Separation from Continuous Surfaces: Routes to Overcoming the Reynolds Number Barrier, Invited paper, Royal Society Meeting on Applied Large Eddy Simulation, Oct. 2008, to appear in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (2009).
  43. Leschziner, M.A. (2009), LES of wall-proximate separated flows at elevated Reynolds numbers, Keynote presentation, Euromech Colloquium 504, Technical University of Munich, March 2009.
  44. Leschziner, M.A. (2010), The simulation of slot and round jets in the context of boundary-layer-separation control, Invited paper, Proc. 2nd Int. Workshop on Advances in Computational Mechanics, Japan Society of Computational Engineering and Science, pp. 95-96, Yokohama, March 2010.
  45. Leschziner, M.A. and E. Touber (2010), On the physics of streamwise friction-drag reduction by spanwise oscillatory wall motion - insight derived from turbulence simulations., Keynote lecture, 19th Polish National Fluid Dynamics Conference, Poznan, Oct. 2010.
  46. Leschziner, M.A. (2011), Single-point second-moment turbulence models – why, where and where not. Invited paper, Workshop: Models versus physical laws/first principles, or why models work, Wolfgang Pauli Institute, Vienna, Feb. 2011.
  47. Leschziner, M.A., Lardeau, S., Touber, E. and Agostini, L. (2012) The physics of turbulent friction-drag reduction by oscillatory spanwise wall motion, Keynote paper, JSME-CMD Int. Computational Mechanics Symposium, Kobe, Japan.
  48. Leschziner, M A, Agostini, L and Touber, E (2013) On the physics of streamwise friction-drag reduction by spanwise oscillatory wall motion – insight derived from turbulence simulations, keynote paper, 37th National Conf. on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics and 1st International Conference on Mechanics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.

Journal Papers and Book Chapters


 

Text Book

 
Leschziner M A (2015), Statistical Turbulence Modelling for Fluid Dynamics – Demystified, 410 pages, Imperial College Press.

 

Journal Papers

  1. Launder B E, Leschziner M A (1978), Flow in finite‑width thrust bearings including inertial effects: I‑laminar flow, ASME J. of Lubrication Technology, 100, pp. 330‑338.
  2. Launder B E, Leschziner M A (1978), Flow in finite‑width thrust bearings including inertial effects: II‑turbulent flow, ASME J. of Lubrication Technology, 100, pp. 339‑345.
  3. Leschziner M A,  Rodi, W  (1979), "Calculation of strongly curved channel flow", ASCE J. of the Hydraulic Div., DY10, pp. 1297 ‑1319.
  4. Leschziner M A, (1980), Practical Evaluation of three finite‑difference schemes for the computation of steady‑state recirculating flows, Computer Meths. Appl. Mech. and Eng., 23, pp. 293‑312.
  5. Leschziner M A, Rodi W (1981), Calculation of annular and twin parallel jets using various discretization schemes and turbulence‑model variations, ASME J. Fluids Eng., 103,  pp. 352‑360.
  6. Leschziner M A, Rodi W (1983), Calculation of a heated water discharge, ASCE J. of  Hydraulic Engineering, 109, pp. 1380‑1384.
  7. Leschziner M A, Rodi W, (1985), Computation of strongly swirling axi‑symmetric free jets, J. of AIAA, 20, pp. 1742‑1747.
  8. Huang P G, Launder B E, Leschziner M A (1985), Discretization of non‑linear convection processes: a broad range comparison of four schemes, Computer Meths. Appl. Mech. and Eng., 48, pp. 1‑24.
  9. Fu S, Huang P G, Launder B E, Leschziner M A (1988), A comparison of algebraic and differential second‑moment closures for axisymmetric turbulent shear flows with and without swirl, ASME Journal of Fluids Eng, 110, pp. 216‑222.
  10. Leschziner M A, Kobayashi T (1988), Second‑moment closures for recirculating and strongly swirling flows: Part 1. Turbulence Models, Seisan‑Kenkyu, 40, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, pp. 222‑228.
  11. Leschziner M A, Kobayashi T (1988), Second‑moment closures for recirculating and strongly swirling flows: Part 2. Applications, Seisan‑Kenkyu, 40, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, pp. 261‑268.
  12. Leschziner M A (1989), Modelling recirculating flows by finite‑volume methods ‑ Current status and future directions, invited review paper, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 10, pp. 186‑202*.
  13. Zhu J, Leschziner M A, (1988), A local oscillation damping algorithm for high-order convection schemes", Comp. Meths. Appl. Mech. Eng., 67, pp.  355-366.
  14. Hogg S, Leschziner M A (1989), Computation of highly swirling confined flow with a Reynolds-stress turbulence model, J. AIAA, 27, pp. 57-67.
  15. Leschziner M A, Dimitriadis K P, (1989), Computation of three-dimensional turbulent flow in non-orthogonal junctions by a branch-coupling method, Computers and Fluids, 17, pp. 371-395.
  16. Hogg S, Leschziner M A (1989), Second-moment closure calculations of strongly swirling confined flow with large density gradients, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 10, pp. 16-27.
  17. Leschziner, M A, Dimitriadis, K P and Page, G (1992), Modelling shock‑wave / boundary‑layer interaction with a cell‑vertex scheme and transport models of turbulence, Royal Aero. Soc. Aeronautical Journal, 97, pp. 43-61.
  18. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1993) A general non-orthogonal finite-volume algorithm for turbulent flow at all speeds incorporating second-moment turbulence-transport closure, Part 1: Computational Implementation, Comp. Meth. Appl. Mech. Enggn., 114, pp. 123-148.
  19. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1993) A general non-orthogonal finite-volume algorithm for turbulent flow at all speeds incorporating second-moment turbulence-transport closure, Part 2: Applications, Comp. Meth. Appl. Mech. Enggn., 114, pp. 149-167.
  20. 20.   Lin C A and Leschziner M A (1993) Three-dimensional computation of transient interaction between radially injected jet and swirling cross flow using second-moment closure, Journal of Computational  Fluid Dynamics, 1, pp. 419-428.
  21. Lien, F S and Leschziner M A (1993) A pressure-velocity solution strategy for compressible flow and its application to shock / boundary-layer interaction using second-moment turbulence closure, ASME J. Fluids Engineering., 115, pp. 717-725.
  22. Leschziner M A (1993) Computational modelling of complex turbulent flow - expectations, reality and prospects, J. Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 46, pp. 37-51.
  23. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1993) Assessment of turbulence-transport models including non-linear RNG eddy-viscosity formulation and second-moment closure for flow over a backward-facing step, Computers and Fluids, 23, pp. 983-1004.
  24. Leschziner M A and Ince N Z (1994) Computational modelling of three-dimensional impinging jets with and without cross flow using second-moment closure, Computers and Fluids, 24, pp. 811-832.
  25. Lien, F S and Leschziner M A (1994) Multigrid acceleration for turbulent flow with a non-orthogonal collocated scheme, Num. Meths. Appl. Mech. Enggn., 118, pp. 351-371.
  26. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1994) Upstream monotonic interpolation for scalar transport with application to complex turbulent flows, Int. J. Num. Meths. in Fluids, 19, pp. 527-548.
  27. Lu Cheng, Craft T J, Launder B E and Leschziner M A (1995) Spirally fluted tubing: Prediction and measurement, La Houille Blanche, 1, pp. 86 – 92.
  28. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1995) Modelling 2D separation from high-lift aerofoil with non-linear eddy-viscosity model and second-moment closure, The Aeronautical Journal, 99, pp. 125-144.
  29. Leschziner M A (1995) Computation of aerodynamic flows with turbulence transport models based on second-moment closure, Computers and Fluids, 24, pp. 377-392.
  30. Smith R J and Leschziner M A (1996) Automatic grid-generation for complex geometries, The Aeronautical Journal, paper 2148, pp.7-14.
  31. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1996) Second-moment closure for three-dimensional turbulent flow around and within complex geometries, Computers and Fluids, 25, pp. 237-262.
  32. Thomadakis M and Leschziner M (1996) A pressure-correction method for the solution of incompressible viscous flows on unstructured grids, Int. J. Num. Meths. in Fluids, 22, pp. 581-601.
  33. Lien F S, Chen W L and Leschziner M A (1996) A multi-block implementation of a non-orthogonal, collocated finite-volume algorithm for complex turbulent flows, Int. J. Num. Meths. in Fluids, 23, pp. 567-588.
  34. Chen W L, Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1997) Local mesh refinement within a multi-block structured-grid scheme for general flows, Comput. Methods in Appl. Mech. Enggn., 144, pp. 327-369.
  35. Xu D, Leschziner M A, Khoo B E and Shu C (1997) Numerical prediction of separation and reattachment of turbulent flow in axisymmetric diffuser, Computers and Fluids, 26, No. 4, pp. 417-423.
  36. Lien F-S and Leschziner M A (1997) Computational modelling of multiple vortical separation from streamlined body at high incidence, The Aeronautical Journal, 101, pp. 269-275.
  37. Batten P, Leschziner M A and Goldberg U C (1997) Average-state Jacobians and implicit methods for compressible viscous and turbulent flows, J Comp. Phys., 137, pp. 38-78.
  38. Apsley D D, Chen W L, Leschziner M A and Lien F S (1997) Non-linear eddy-viscosity modelling for separated flows, J. Hydraulic Res., 35, pp. 723-748.
  39. Chen, W-L, Lien, F-S and Leschziner, M A, (1998) Non-linear eddy-viscosity modelling of transitional boundary layers pertinent to turbomachine aerodynamics,  Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 19, pp. 297-306.
  40. Chen W L, Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1998) Computational prediction of flow around highly-loaded compressor-cascade blades with non-linear eddy-viscosity models, Int.  J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 19, pp. 307-319.
  41. Apsley D D and Leschziner M A (1998) A new low-Re non-linear two-equation turbulence model for complex flows, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 19, pp. 209-222.
  42. Loyau H, Batten, P and Leschziner, M A (1998) Modelling shock/boundary-layer interaction with non-linear eddy-viscosity closures, Flow Turbulence & Combustion, 60, pp. 257-282.
  43. Batten, P, Craft, T J, Leschziner, M A and Loyau, H. (1999) "Reynolds-stress-transport modelling for compressible aerodynamics applications", J. AIAA, Vol 37, pp. 775-804.
  44. Lien, F.S. and Leschziner, M.A., (1999), "Computational modelling of a transitional 3D turbine-cascade flow using a modified low-Re k-e model and a multi-block scheme", Int. J Computational Fluid Dynamics, 12, pp. 1-15.
  45. Zhou, Q and Leschziner, M A (1999) "An improved particle-locating algorithm for Eulerian-Langrangian computations of two-phase flows in general coordinates", J. Multiphase Flow, 25, pp. 813-825.
  46. Son, S.Y., Kimh, K.D., Sohn, D.K., Jang, Y.J. and Han, J.C. (1999), “Coolant flow field measurements in a two-pass channel using particle image velocimetry (PIV),” ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, 121, Heat Transfer Galley – Special Insert.
  47. Iacovides, H., Leschziner, M.A. and Li H-Y. (2000) "The computation of axi-symmetric rotor-stator flows related to cooling passages of electrical generators", NAFEMS Int. J of CFD Cases Studies, 2, pp. 3-17.
  48. Leschziner, M.A., Batten, P. and Loyau, H. (2000), "Modelling shock-affected near-wall flows with anisotropy-resolving turbulence closures, Int. J Heat and Fluid Flow, 21, pp. 239-251.
  49. Leschziner, M.A. (2000), "The computation of turbulent engineering flows with turbulence-transport closures", in Advanced Turbulent Flows Computations (R. Peyret and E Krause, eds), Springer, pp. 209-279.
  50. Leschziner, M.A. (2000), "Turbulence modelling for separated flows with anisotropy-resolving closures", Phil Trans. Royal Society, Series A, 378, 1777, pp. 3247-3277.
  51. Apsley, D.D and Leschziner, M.A. (2000), "Advanced turbulence modelling of separated flow in a diffuser", J Flow Turbulence and Combustion, 63, pp. 81-112.
  52. Chen, H.C., Jang, Y.J., and Han, J.C. (2000), "Computation of eat transfer in rotating two-pass square channels by a second-moment closure model”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 43, pp.1603-1616.
  53. Chen, H.C., Jang, Y.J., and Han, J.C. (2000), "Near-wall second-moment closure for rotating multiple-pass cooling channels”, AIAA Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer,14, pp.201-209.
  54. Leschziner, M.A. (2000), "Advanced turbulence modelling for industrial flows", invited book chapter in "New Trends in Turbulence" (M. Lesieur, A. Yaglom, Eds.), pp. 187-251, EDP-Springer.
  55. Delville, J., Collin, E., Lardeau, S., Lamballais, E., Barre, S. and Bonnet, J.P. (2000), “Control of jets by radial fluid injection”, ERCOFTAC Bulletin 44, pp. 55-67.
  56. Batten, P., Leschziner, M.A. and Craft T. (2001), "Reynolds stress modelling of afterbody flows", The Aeronautical Journal, 105, pp 297-306 .
  57. Apsley, D.D. and Leschziner, M.A. (2001), "Investigation of advanced turbulence models for the flow in a generic wing-body junction", Flow Turbulence and Combustion, 57, pp. 25-55.
  58. Li, N., Balaras, E. amd Piomelli, (2000), U., Inflow conditions for large-eddy simulations of mixing layer." Physics of Fluids, vol. 12, No. 4, p. 935.
  59. Jang, Y.J., Chen, H.C., and Han, J.C. (2001), “Computation of flow and heat transfer in two-pass channels with 60o ribs,” ASME Journal of Heat Transfer,123, pp. 563-575.
  60. Jang, Y.J., Chen, H.C., and Han, J.C. (2001), "Numerical prediction of the flow and heat transfer in a two-pass square duct with 90° ribs," International Journal of Rotating Machinery, 7, pp. 195-208.
  61. Jang, Y.J., Chen, H.C., and Han, J.C. (2001), “Flow and heat transfer in a rotating square channel with 45o angled ribs by Reynolds stress turbulence model,” ASME Journal of Turbomachinery,123, January, pp.124-132.
  62. Viazzo , S., Dejoan, A. and Schiestel R. (2001), "Spectral features of the wall-pressure fluctuations in turbulent wall flows with and without perturbations using LES'', Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol.22 (2001) pp. 39-52.
  63. Garrabos, Y. Dejoan, A., Lecoutre, C., Beysens, D., Nikolayev, V. and Wunenberger, R. (2001), "Piston effect in a supercritical fluid sample cell: a phenomenological approach", Journal de Physique 11, pp. 6-23.
  64. Lardeau, S., Lamballais, E. and Bonnet, J.P. (2002), “Direct Numerical Simulation of a jet controlled by fluid injection”, J. Turbulence, 3, p.2.
  65. Jang, Y.J., Leschziner, M.A., Abe, K. and Temmerman, L. (2002), Investigation of anisotropy-resolving turbulence models by reference to highly-resolved LES data for separated flow, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, Vol 69 (2002), pp. 161-203.
  66. Dejoan, A. and Schiestel, R., (2002), "LES of unsteady turbulence via a one equation subgrid-scale transport model'', Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 23, 398-412.
  67. Leschziner, M.A. and Drikakis, D., (2002), Turbulence modeling and turbulent-flow computation in aeronautics, Invited Review, The Aeronautical Journal, 106, pp.349-384.
  68. Davidson, L., Cokljat, D., Froehlich, J., Leschziner, M.A., Mellen, C., Rodi, W. (Eds.), LESFOIL: Large Eddy Simulation of Flow Around a High Lift Airfoil, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design, Vol 83, Springer (2002).
  69. Temmerman, L., Leschziner, M., Mellen, C. and Froehlich J., Investigation of subgrid-scale models and wall-function approximations in Large Eddy Simulation of separated flow in a channel with streamwise periodic constrictions, Int. J. Heat Fluid Flow, Vol 24 (2003), pp. 157-180.
  70. Abe, K., Jang, Y-J. and Leschziner, M.A. (2003), “An investigation of wall-anisotropy expressions and length-scale equations for non-linear eddy-viscosity models”, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol 24, pp.181-198.
  71. Lardeau, S., Collin, E, Lamballais, E. and Bonnet, J.P. (2003) Analysis of a jet-mixing layer interaction, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow Vol. 24 (2003), pp 520-528.
  72. Nikolayev, V.S., Dejoan, A., Garrabos Y. and Beysens, D. (2003), “Fast heat transfer calculations in supercritical fluids versus hydrodynamic approach”, Phys. Review E vol. 67, no 6, 061202.
  73. Lardeau, S., Li, N. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), Modelling bypass transition with low-Reynolds-number non-linear eddy-viscosity closure, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, 73, pp 49-79.
  74. Lardeau, S. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), Unsteady RANS computations of transitional wake-blade interaction, J. AIAA Vol. 42. No 8, pp. 1559-1571.
  75. Lardeau, S. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), Unsteady RANS modelling of wake-blade interaction: computational requirements and limitations, Computers and Fluids, 34, pp. 3-21.
  76. Dejoan, A. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), Large Eddy Simulation of periodically perturbed separated flow over a backward-facing step, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 25, pp. 581-592.
  77. Druault, Ph., Lardeau, S., Bonnet, J.P., Coiffet, F., Delville, J., Lamballais, E., Largeau, J.F. and Perret, L., (2004), “A methodology for the generation of realistic 3D turbulent unsteady inlet conditions for LES computations”, J. AIAA (to appear).
  78. Wang, C., Jang, Y.J. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), “Modelling two- and three-dimensional separation from curved surfaces with anisotropy-resolving turbulence closures, Int. J Heat and Fluid Flow, 25, 499-512.
  79. Schiestel, R. and Dejoan, A., (2004) "Towards a new partially integrated transport model for coarse grid and unsteady flow simulations'', Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics, submitted.
  80. Froehlich, J., Mellen, C., Rodi, W., Temmerman, L. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), “Highly resolved large eddy simulation of separated flow in a channel with streamwise periodic constrictions”, J Fluid Mechanics, 526, pp. pp. 19-56.
  81. Temmerman, L., Hadziabdic, M., Leschziner, M.A., and Hanjalic, K., (2004), “A hybrid two-layer URANS-LES approach for large eddy simulation at high Reynolds numbers”, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 26, pp. 173-190.
  82. Hasan, R.G.M., Apsley, D.D., McG uirk, J.J. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), “A turbulence model study of separated 3D jet/ afterbody flow”, The Aeronautical Journal, paper 2760, pp. 1-14.
  83. Dejoan, A. and Leschziner, M.A., (2005), “Large eddy simulation of a plane turbulent wall jet”, Physics of Fluids, 17, No.2, pp. 25-41.
  84. Wang, C., Dejoan, A., Leschziner, M.A. (2005), Assessing the role of curvature effects in the representation of anisotropy transport in algebraic Reynolds-stress modelling applied to separated flow, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, 74, pp. 409-429.
  85. Leschziner, M.A., Wang, C. and Jang, Y-J. (2006), Modelling generic 2d and 3d separated flows using anisotropy-resolving turbulence closures, in FLOMANIA – A European Initiative on Flow Physics Modelling, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design, Vol. 94, Springer, pp. 77- 84.
  86. Leschziner, M.A., Wang, C. (2006), The asymmetric plane diffuser, in FLOMANIA – A European Initiative on Flow Physics Modelling, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design, Vol. 94, Springer, pp. 203-218.
  87. Leschziner, M.A. (2006), Modelling turbulent separated flows in the context of aerodynamic applications, Fluid Dynamics Research, 38, pp. 174-210.
  88. Lardeau. S. and Leschziner, M.A. (2006), Unsteady RANS modeling of wake-induced transition in linear LP-turbine cascades, J. AIAA, 44, pp.1854-1865.
  89. Tessicini, F., Temmerman, L. and Leschziner, M.A. (2006), Approximate near-wall treatments based on zonal RANS-LES hybrid methods for LES at high Reynolds numbers Invited paper, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, Int. J. Heart and Fluid Flow, 27, pp. 789-799.
  90. Dejoan, A., Wang, C. and Leschziner, M.A., (2006), Assessment of turbulence models for predicting the interaction region in a wall jet by reference to LES solution and budgets, Invited paper, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, 77, 229-255.
  91. Dejoan, A., Yang Y-J and Leschziner, M.A. (2006), LES and unsteady RANS computations for a periodically-perturbed separated flow over a backward-facing step, ASME J. Fluids Engineering, 127, pp. 872-878.
  92. Tessicini, F., Li, N. and Leschziner, M.A (2007), Simulation of separation from curved surfaces with combined LES and RANS schemes, Complex Effects in Large Eddy Simulation, in Complex Effects in Large Eddy Simulation, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, Vol. 56, Springer.
  93. Tessicini, F., Li, N. and Leschziner, M.A (2007)., Large eddy simulation of three-dimensional flow around a hill-shaped obstruction with a zonal near-wall approximation, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow , 28 (5), pp. 894-908.
  94. Lardeau, S, Li, N, Leschziner, M A (2007), LES of transitional boundary layer at high free-stream turbulence intensity and implications for RANS modelling, ASME J Turbomachinery, 129, pp. 311-317.
  95. Dejoan, A. and Leschziner, M.A. (2007), Separating the effects of wall-blocking and near-wall shear in the interaction between the wall and the free shear layer in a wall jet, Physics of Fluids, 18, paper 065110.
  96. Dejoan, A. and Leschziner, M.A. (2007), On the near-wall structure in reverse-flow and post-reattachment recovery regions of separated flow and its equivalence to the structure in wall and free-surface jets, J. of Turbulence, 8 (14), pp. 1-25.
  97. Li, N. and Leschziner, M.A. (2007), Large-eddy simulation of flow over a swept wing with approximate near-wall modelling, The Aeronautical Journal, 111, pp. 689-698.
  98. Lardeau, S. Tessicini, F. and Leschziner, M.A. (2008), Analysis of cyclic events in turbulent flows using a dynamical-systems approach, submitted to Physics of Fluids.
  99. Garcia-Villalba, M., Li, N., Rodi, W. and Leschziner, M.A. (2009), Large eddy simulation of flow over and around a three-dimensional axisymmetric hill, JFM, Volume 627, pp.55-96.
  100. Leschziner, M.A., Fishpool, G. and Lardeau, S. (2009), Turbulent shear flow – a paradigmatic multi-scale phenomenon, J. Multiscale Modelling (in press).
  101. Fishpool, G. and Leschziner, M.A. (2009), A Third-Order Gear-Like Scheme for Stable Numerical Solution of the Navier-Stokes Equations, Computers and Fluids, 38, 1289-1298.
  102. Wu, D. and Leschziner, M.A. (2009) Large Eddy Simulations of Circular Synthetic Jets in Quiescent Surroundings and in Turbulent Cross-Flow,  Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 30, pp. 421-434.
  103. Avdis, A. and Leschziner, M.A. (2009) Large eddy simulation of separated flow over a two-dimensional hump with and without control by means of a synthetic slot jet, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, Vol. 83, pp. 343-370.
  104. G.M. Fishpool, S. Lardeau and M.A. Leschziner (2009), Statistically Persistent Non-Homogeneous Features in Periodic Channel-Flow Simulations, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, Vol. 83, pp. 323-341..
  105. Leschziner, M.A. (2009), Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes Methods, Chapter 8 in Encyclopaedia of Aerospace, R. Bockley and W. Shyy (Eds.), Whily and Sons.
  106. Leschziner, M.A., Morgan, K. And Weatherill, N.P. (2009), Some Developments in Computational Aerodynamics in the UK, Invited chapter to Centenary Issue, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design (NNFM), 100, E.H. Hirschel and Egon Krause (Eds.), pp. 145-158, Springer.
  107. Lardeau, S., Tessicini, F. and Leschziner, M.A. (2010), Analysis of cyclic events in turbulent flows using recurrence plots, J. of Turbulence, Vol. 11, pp. 1-27.
  108. Pacciani, R., Marconcini, M., Fadai-Ghotbi, A., Lardeau, S. Leschziner, M.A.(2011), Calculation of high-lift cascade in low-pressure turbine using a three-equation model, ASME J. of Turbomachinery, paper 031016, Vol. 133.
  109. Lardeau, S. and Leschziner, M.A. (2011), Simulation of slot and round synthetic jets in the context of boundary-layer-separation control, Phil. Trans. A, Royal Society of Great Britain, Vol. 369, pp.  1495-1512.
  110. Lardeau, S., Leschziner, M.A. and Zaki, T. (2011), Simulation of transitional separated flow over a flat plate and a compressor blade, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, 88, pp. 19-44.
  111.  Lardeau, S and Leschziner, M A (2011), The interaction of round synthetic jets with a turbulent boundary layer separating from a rounded ramp, J. Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 683, pp. 172-212.
  112.  Lardeau, S, Bentaleb, Y and Leschziner, M A (2012), Large Eddy Simulation of turbulent boundary-layer separation from a rounded step, J of Turbulence,  Vol. 13, pp. 1-28
  113. Touber, E and Leschziner, M A (2012) Near-wall streak modification by spanwise oscillatory motions and relationship to friction-drag reduction, J. Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 693, pp. 150-200.
  114. Lardeau, S., Leschziner, M.A. and Zaki, T. (2012), Simulation of transitional separated flow over a flat plate and a compressor blade, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, Vol. 88, pp. 19-44.
  115. Agostini, L., Touber,  E., Leschziner, M.A.  (2013) Spanwise oscillatory wall motion in channel flow: drag-reduction mechanisms inferred from DNS-predicted  phase-wise property variations at Re_tau=1000,  J. Fluid Mechanics, 743, pp. 606-635.
  116. Blesbois, O., Chernyshenko, S.I., Touber, E. and Leschziner, M.A. (2013), Pattern prediction by linear analysis of turbulent flow with drag reduction by wall oscillation, J. Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 607, pp. 607-641.
  117. Lardeau, S. and Leschziner, M.A.  (2013) The streamwise drag-reduction response of a boundary layer subjected to a sudden imposition of transverse oscillatory wall motion, accepted by Physics of Fluids, 25, 075109.
  118. Bentaleb, Y. and Leschziner, M.A. (2013) The structure of a three-dimensional boundary layer subjected to streamwise-varying spanwise pressure gradient, Int. J Heat and Fluid Flow, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 43, pp. 109-119.
  119. Agostini, L, Touber,  E and Leschziner, M A  (2014), Spanwise oscillatory wall motion in channel flow: drag-reduction mechanisms inferred from DNS-predicted phase-wise property variations at Re=1000, J. Fluid Mechanics, 743, pp. 606-635.
  120. Agostini, L., and Leschziner, M A (2014), On the influence of outer large-scale structures on near-wall turbulence in channel flow, Physics of Fluids, 26, paper 075107.
  121. Agostini, L, Touber E & Leschziner, M A (2015), The turbulence vorticity as a window to the physics of friction-drag reduction by oscillatory wall motion, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 51, pp. 3-15.
  122. Agostini, L, and Leschziner, M A (2016), Predicting the response of small-scale near-wall turbulence to large-scale outer motions outer large-scale structures on near-wall turbulence in channel flow, submitted to Physics of Fluids,  28, 015107
  123. Agostini, L. and Leschziner, M.A. (2016), On the validity of the quasi-steady-turbulence hypothesis in representing the effects of large scales on small scales in boundary layer, Physics of Fluids, 28, 045102

Articles in books and Papers in Periodicals

 
  1. Leschziner M A, Kadja M, Lea C, (1988), A combined experimental and computational study of a separated flow in an expanding annular passage,  Refined Flow Modelling and Turbulence  Measurements, (Y. Iwasa, N. Tamai and A. Wada, eds.), Universal Academic Press, Tokyo, pp. 129‑138.
  2. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1990), Multigrid convergence acceleration for complex turbulent flow computed with non‑orthogonal FV algorithm, International Series of Numerical Mathematics, 98, pp. 277‑288, Birkhauser Verlag, Basel.
  3. Ince N Z and Leschziner M A (1990), Second‑moment modelling of 3D turbulent jets in cross‑flow with and without impingement, Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Measurements (W. Rodi and E.N. Ganic, eds.), Elsevier, pp. 143‑155.
  4. Dimitriadis K P and Leschziner M A (1990),Computation of turbulent transonic and supersonic flow with a cell‑vertex algorithm and second‑moment closure, Proc. 12th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Fluid Mechanics, Lecture Notes in Physics 371, (K.W. Morton, Ed), Springer, 1990.
  5. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1993) Second-moment modelling of recirculating flow with a non-orthogonal collocated finite-volume algorithm, Turbulence Shear Flows 8, Springer Verlag, pp. 205-222.
  6. Lien, F‑S and Leschziner M A (1993), Computation of flows in diffusers and complex ducts with non‑orthogonal FV procedure, Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Measurements 2, (W. Rodi and F. Martineklli, eds.), pp. 217-227.
  7. Leschziner, M A (1993), ONERA Bumps A and C, review article in EUROVAL ‑ A European Initiative on Validation of CFD Codes, (W. Haase, F. Brandsma, E. Elsholz, M. Leschziner and D. Schwamborn, eds.), Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics, Vieweg Verlag, 42.
  8. Ince N Z and Leschziner M A (1993) Second-moment modelling of  incompressible impinging twin jets with and without cross-flow, Refine Flow Modelling & Turbulent Measurements 5,  Presses Ponts et Chaussees, pp. 39-48.
  9. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1993) Approximation of turbulence convection in complex flows with a TVD-MUSCL scheme, Refined Flow Modelling & Turbulent Measurements 5,  Presses Ponts et Chaussees, pp. 183-190.
  10. Nasser A G and Leschziner M A (1993) Compact finite-volume / characteristics scheme applied to vortex shedding, Numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flow 8, Pineridge Press, Swansea, UK.
  11. Craft T J, Launder B E and Leschziner M A (1993) On the prediction of turbulent flow in spirally fluted tubes Refined Flow Modelling & Turbulent Measurements 5, Presses Ponts et Chaussees, pp. 327-334.
  12. Golby, D. and Leschziner, M A, (1995), Parallel computations of turbulent transonic flows on a Meiko computing surface :, Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics: New Trends and Advances,(Eds: A. Ecer et al), Elsevier Science BV, pp. 143-150.
  13. Golby D and Leschziner M A (1995) Implementation of a cell vertex code for turbulent transonic flows on a Meiko computing surface, Future Generations of Computer Systems, North Holland, Vol. 11, pp. 145-152.
  14. Lien F S, Chen W L and Leschziner M A (1996) Low-Reynolds-number eddy-viscosity modelling based on non-linear stress-strain/vorticity relations Engineering Turbulence Modelling & Measurements 3, pp. 91-100, (W. Rodi, G. Bergeles, eds.), Elsevier.
  15. Leschziner M A, Lien F S, Ince N Z and Lin C A (1996) Computational modelling of complex 3D flows with second-moment closure coupled to low-Re near-wall models, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics, Computation of Three-Dimensional Flows, 53, Vieweg Verlag, pp. 144-153.
  16. Chen, W-L, Leschziner, M A and Lien, F-S (1996) Non-linear eddy-viscosity modelling for transitional flows pertaining to cascades operating in off-design conditions, Aerodynamics of Turbomachinery, IMechE Seminar Publication, MEP, pp. 11-22.
  17. Leschziner M A and Lien F-S (1996) Modelling turbulent transport in complex flows: Physical challenges, numerical implementation and predictive performance, Invited paper,  Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics V (K.W. Morton and M.J. Baines, Eds), Clarendon Press, Oxford, pp. 37-54.
  18. Leschziner M A and Lien F S (1997) Computational modelling of turbulent aerodynamic flows within the ECARP programme using anisotropy-resolving closures, European Computational Aerodynamics Research Project: Validation of CFD Codes and Assessment of Turbulence Models, Vieweg Verlag, 58, pp. 279-291.
  19. Leschziner M A (1997) Computational modelling of turbulent transonic flow over a 3D skewed bump, in  ECARP - European Computational Aerodynamics Research Project: Validation of CFD Codes and Assessment of Turbulence Models, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics, 58, Vieweg Verlag, pp. 469-478.
  20. Iacovides H, Launder B E, Leschziner M A and Lien F S (1997) UMIST's research on transition and turbulence in flows affected by centrifugal and/or Coriolis forces ERCOFTAC Bulletin,32.
  21. Leschziner, M A (2000), The computation of turbulent engineering flows with turbulence-transport closures, Advanced Turbulent Flows Computations (R. Peyret and E Krause, eds), Springer, pp. 209-279.
  22. Leschziner, M A (2000), Advanced turbulence modelling for industrial flows, invited book chapter,New Trends in Turbulence (M. Lesieur, A. Yaglom, eds.), pp. 187-251, EDP-Springer.
  23. Leschziner, M A and Lien, F-S (2002), Numerical aspects of applying second-moment closure to complex flows, invited paper, Closure Strategies for Turbulent and Transitional Flows, pp. 153-188, Cambridge University Press.
  24. Davidson, L, Cokljat, D, Froehlich, J, Leschziner, M A, Mellen, C., Rodi, W. (eds.) (2002), Large Eddy Simulation of Flow Around a High Lift Airfoil, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design, 83, Springer.
  25. Temmerman, L. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), Large Eddy Simulation of separation from con t inuous surfaces, CSAR Focus, Edition II, Winter-Spring 2004
  26. Leschziner, M A, Wang, C and Jang, Y-J (2006), Modelling generic 2d and 3d separated flows using anisotropy-resolving turbulence closures, FLOMANIA – A European Initiative on Flow Physics Modelling, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design, 94, Springer, pp. 77- 84.
  27. Leschziner, M A, Wang, C, The asymmetric plane diffuser, FLOMANIA – A European Initiative on Flow Physics Modelling, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design, 94, Springer, pp. 203-218.
  28. Leschziner, M.A., Li, N., Tessicini, F. (2007), Simulation of fluid-flow separation from continuous surfaces, in Capability Computing HPCx, 2007.
  29. Tessicini, F., Li, N. and Leschziner, M.A. (2007), Computational methods combining LES with approximate wall-layer models for predicting separated turbulent near-wall flows, ERCOFTAC Bulletin, 72, pp. 25-31.
  30. Tessicini, F., Li, N. and Leschziner, M.A (2007), Computational methods combining LES with approximate wall-layer models for predicting separated turbulent near-wall flows , Bulletin of ERCOFTAC, 72, pp. 25-31.
  31. Tessicini, F, Li, N and Leschziner, M A (2007), Simulation of separation from curved surfaces with combined LES and RANS schemes, Complex Effects in Large Eddy Simulation, in Complex Effects in Large Eddy Simulation, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, 56, Springer.
  32. Leschziner, M A (2009), Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes Methods, Chapter 8 in Encyclopaedia of Aerospace, (R. Bockley and W. Shyy, eds.), Whily and Sons.
  33. Leschziner, M A and Tessicini, F. (2009), A hybrid URAN-LES strategy for Large Eddy Simulation at high Reynolds numbers, DESider – A European Effort on Hybrid RANS-LES Modelling, Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design (NNFM), 103, W Haase (ed), pp.33-37, Springer.
  34. Leschziner, M A and Tessicini, F (2009), Separated flow behind an aerofoil trailing edge without camber, DESider – A European Effort on Hybrid RANS-LES Modelling, Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design (NNFM), 103, W Haase (ed), pp.33-37, Springer.
  35. Leschziner, M A, Morgan, K. And Weatherill, N P (2009), Some Developments in Computational Aerodynamics in the UK, Invited chapter to Centenary Issue, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design (NNFM), 100, E.H. Hirschel and E. Krause (Eds.), pp.145-158, Springer.

Conference Publications

  1. Launder B E, Leschziner M A, (1975), An efficient numerical scheme for the prediction of turbulent flow in thrust bearings, Proc. 2nd Leeds‑Lyon Symposium on Superlaminar Flows in Bearings,  Inst. Mech. Engrs., pp. 137‑144.
  2. Leschziner M A, Harding R T, Launder B E, Taylor C M, Dowson D, (1975), A test facility using laser anemometry for measuring the turbulent structure in flows approximating to lubrication conditions, Proc. 2nd Leeds‑Lyon Symposium on Superlaminar Flows in Bearings, Inst. Mech. Engrs., pp. 39‑45.
  3. Leschziner M A, (1977), On the problem of numerical diffusion in first‑order finite difference schemes applied to free recirculating flows, Proc. 2nd GAMM (Geselschaft fur Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik) Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Mechanics,  Cologne, Germany, pp. 105‑112.
  4. Leonard B P, Leschziner M A, McGuirk J, (1978), Third‑order finite difference method for steady two‑dimensional convection, Proc. 1st Int. Conference on Numerical Methods in Laminar and  Turbulent Flows, Swansea, Great Britain, pp. 807‑819.
  5. Leschziner M A, (1978), The application of a novel numerically non‑diffusive discretiza tion scheme to recirculating flows, 1978 GAMM Scientific Conference, Vrije University, Brussels, Belgium.
  6. Leschziner M A, (1979), Numerical prediction of internal density jump, Proc. XVIII IAHR‑Congress, Calgari, Italy, 3, pp. 33‑40. 
  7. Launder B E, Leschziner M A, Sindir M, (1982), The UMIST/UCD Computations for the AFOSR‑HTTM‑Stanford Conference on Complex Turbulent Flows, Proc. 1980‑1981 AFOSR‑HTTM‑Stanford Conference on Complex Turbulent Flows, Edited by Kline S J, Catwell B, Lilley G M, Vol. III, pp. 1390‑1407.
  8. Rodi W, Celik I, Demuren A D, Scheuerer G, Leschziner M A, Rastogi A K, (1982), Calculations for the 1980‑81 AFOSR‑HTTM‑Stanford Conference on Complex Turbulent Flows, Proc. 1980‑1981 AFOSR‑HTTM‑Stanford Conference on Complex Turbulent Flows, Edited by Kline S J, Cantwell B, Lilley G M, Vol III, pp. 1495‑1516.
  9. Nasser A G F A, Leschziner M A, (1985), Computation of transient recirculating flow using spline approximations and time‑space characteristics, Proc. 4th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flow, Swansea, UK, pp. 480‑491.
  10. Dimitriadis C, Leschziner M A, (1985), Computation of turbulent flow in duct junctions, Proc. 4th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flow, Swansea, UK, pp. 306‑317.
  11. Huang P G, Leschziner M A, (1985), Stabilization of recirculating flow computations using second‑moment closures and third‑order discretization, Proc. 5th Turbulent Shear Flow Symposium, Cornell Uniuversity, USA, pp. 20.7‑20.12.
  12. Dimitriadis C, Leschziner M A, Winterbone D E, Alexander G I, (1985), Computation of flow in compact manifold junctions, Proc. Int. Symp. on Flows in Internal Combustion Engines, ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, USA, pp. 57‑62.
  13. Hoholis E G, Leschziner M A, (1985), Numerical simulation of jet injection into a quiescent diesel‑engine combustion chamber model, Proc. Int. Symp. on Flows in Internal Combustion Engines, ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, USA, pp. 87‑95.
  14. Franke R, Leschziner M A, Rodi W, (1986) Time‑dependent simulation of wind‑shear‑driven flow in stratified water bodies, Proc. Int. Symp. on Buoyant Flows, Technical University of Athens,  Greece, pp. 394‑410.
  15. Leschziner M A, Dimitriadis C, (1987), Numerical simulation of three‑dimensional turbulent flow in practical manifold junctions, Paper C09/87, IMechE Int. Conf. on Computers in Engine Technology, University of Cambridge, UK, pp. 183-187.
  16. Franke R, Leschziner M A, Rodi W, (1987), Computation of the hydrodynamic and thermal fields in highly stratified water bodies subjected to surface shear, Proc. 3rd Int. Symposium on Stratified Flows, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA.
  17. Huang P G, Leschziner M A, (1987), The prediction of density‑fluctuation influences in high‑temperature axisymmetric turbulent jet, Proc. SIAM Conference on Numerical Combustion, San Francisco, USA.
  18. Leschziner M A, (1987), Calculation of attached and separated flows relevant to trailing‑edge performance, Proc. Royal Aeronautical Society Symp. on High‑Lift Aerodynamics, Cambridge, UK.
  19. Leschziner M A, Hoholis V, (1987), On the influence of the numerical approximation of convection in the computation of 3D jet injection into an IC‑Engine combustion chamber model, Proc. 5th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flow, Montreal, Canada, pp. 1436‑1447.
  20. Fu S, Leschziner M A, Launder B E, (1987), Modelling strongly swirling recirculating flow with Reynolds‑stress transport closures, Proc. 6th Shear Flow Symposium, Toulouse,  France, pp. 17.6.1‑17.6.6.
  21. Elswick R S, Keith W L, Leschziner M A, McEligot D M, (1988),  Heated injection into turbulent liquid boundary layers, Proc. ASME 3rd Symp. on Current Practices and New Technology in Ocean Engineering, New Orleans, USA.
  22. Leschziner M A, (1988), Computational modelling of complex turbulent Flow ‑ Industrial expectations and reality, Paper E1, Proc. BHRA Workshop on Powerful Computing Systems for Fluid‑Flow Applications, London, UK.
  23. Dimitriadis K P, Leschziner M A, (1989), Computation of shock / boundary‑layer interaction with transport models of turbulence, Proc. Royal Aeronautical Society Conference on The Prediction and Exploitation of Separated Flow, London, UK, pp. 10.1‑10.15.
  24. Hogg S, Leschziner M A, (1989), Second‑moment calculation of strongly swirling reacting flow in a model combustor, in Lecture Notes in Physics 351, Numerical Combustion,  (A. Dervieux and B. Larrouturou, eds.), Springer Verlag, pp. 338‑352.
  25. Lin C A and Leschziner M A, (1989), Computation of three‑dimensional injection into swirling flow with second‑moment closure, Proc. 6th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flows, Swansea, UK, pp. 1711‑1725.
  26. Dimitriadis K and Leschziner M A, (1989), Approximation of viscous and turbulent transport in transonic‑flow cell‑vertex algorithm, Proc. 6th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flows, Swansea, UK, pp. 861‑881.
  27. Dimitriadis K and Leschziner M A, (1989), Multilevel convergence acceleration in time‑marching turbulent transonic‑flow algorithm, Proc. 4th Copper Mountain Conference on Multigrid Methods,  Colorado, USA, SIAM, pp. 130-148.
  28. Sommerfeld M, Krebs W, Leschziner M A, (1989), Particle dispersion in a swirling confined jet flow, Proc. 4th European Symposium on Particle Characterization, Nurnberg, Germany.
  29. Hogg S, Leschziner M A, (1989), Computation of strongly swirling reacting flow in a model combustor with second‑moment closure, Proc. 7th Turbulent Shear Flow Symposium, paper 23‑5, Stanford University, USA. 
  30. Dimitriadis, K P and Leschziner M A (1991), A cell‑vertex TVD scheme for transonic viscous flow, Proc. 7th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flow, Stanford, USA, pp. 874‑885.
  31. Zhou Q and Leschziner M A, (1991), A directionally sensitive Lagrangian particle‑dispersion model for anisotropic turbulence, Gas‑Solid Flows ‑ 1991, ASME FED‑Vol. 121, pp. 255‑261.
  32. Zhou Q and Leschziner M A (1991), A time‑correlated stochastic model for particle dispersion in anisotropic turbulence, Proc. 8th Symp. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Munich, Germany, pp. 10.3.1‑10.3.6.
  33. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1991), Second‑moment modelling of recirculating flow with a non‑orthogonal collocated finite‑volume algorithm, Proc. 8th Symp. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Munich, Germany, pp. 20.5.1‑20.5.6 .
  34. Lin C A and Leschziner M A (1991), Three‑dimensional computation of transient interaction between radially injected jet and swirling crossflow using second‑moment closure, Proc. 4th Int. Symp. on  Computational Fluid Dynamics, Davis, USA, pp. 687‑691.
  35. Haase W and Leschziner M A (1991) EUROVAL - A European initiative on validation of CFD codes, Proc. Conf. Aeronautics Days 1991, Brussels,  Belgium, pp. 1-5.
  36. Lin C A and Leschziner M A (1992), Three‑dimensional unsteady computations of transient jet‑injection into swirling cross‑flow using second‑moment closure, 1992 ASME Fluid Engineering Conf., Los Angeles, USA.
  37. Lien F‑S and Leschziner M A (1992), Modelling shock / turbulent boundary‑layer interaction with second‑moment closure within a pressure‑velocity strategy, Proc. 13th Int. Conf. on Numerical  Methods in Fluid Dynamics, Rome, Italy, July, 1992.
  38. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1993) Modelling shock / turbulent-boundary-layer interaction with second-moment closure within a pressure-velocity strategy, Proc. 13th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics, Rome, Italy (M. Napolitano & F. Sabetta, eds.), Springer-Verlag, pp. 175-179.
  39. Ince N Z and Leschziner M A (1993) Calculation of single and multiple jets in cross-flow with and without impingement using Reynolds-stress-transport closure, AGARD Symp. on Computational & Experimental Assessment of Jets in Cross-Flow, CP-534, Winchester, UK, pp. 23.1-23.4.
  40. Golby D and Leschziner M A (1993) A domain-decomposed cell-vertex scheme for turbulent transonic flows implemented on a MIMD architecture, Parallel CFD '93, (Ecer A, Hauser J, Leca P and Periaux J, eds.), Elsevier,  pp. 43-48 .
  41. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1993) Modelling 2D and 3D separation from curved surfaces with variants of second-moment closure combined with low-Re near-wall formulations, Proc. 9th Int. Symp. Turbulent Shear Flow, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 13.1.1-13.1.6.
  42. Haase W and Leschziner M A (1993) Validation of CFD codes - to what end? Aerodays '93, 2nd Community Aeronautics RTD Conference, Napoli, Italy, pp. 67-74.
  43. Ince N Z and Leschziner M A (1993) Modelling three-dimensional jets in cross-flow with and without impingement using improved forms of second-moment closure, AIAA Int. Power Lift Conf., San Francisco, USA, pp. 181-189 (paper AIAA-93-4862-CP).
  44. Ince N Z, Page G and Leschziner M A (1993) Second-moment modelling of subsonic and transonic impinging twin jets, Proc. Royal Aero Soc 1993 European Forum on Recent Developments and Application in Aeronautical CFD, Bristol, pp. 18.1-18.14.
  45. Lien  F S and Leschziner M A (1994)  Modelling the flow in a transition duct with a non-orthogonal FV procedure and low-Re turbulence-transport models, Proc. Symp. on Advances in Computational Methods in Fluid Dynamics, ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, FED, 196 (K.N. Ghia, U Ghia and D Goldstein eds), pp. 93-106.
  46. Chen W L, Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1994) Computational modelling of turbulent flow in turbomachine passage with low-Re two-equation models, Computational Fluid Dynamics '94 - ECCOMAS (S. Wagner, E.H. Hirschel, J. Periaux and R. Piva, eds.), Wiley, pp. 517-524.
  47. Leschziner M A (1994) Refined turbulence closures for complex aerodynamic flows, Proc. ACME Conf. on Computational Mechanics in the UK, Manchester, UK, pp. 141-147.
  48. Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1994) Modelling 2D and 3D separation from curved surfaces with variants of second-moment closure combined with low-Re near-wall formulations, High Performance Computing at the Atlas Centre, Advanced Research Computing, RAL, UK,  pp. 84-90.
  49. Thomadakis M and Leschziner M A (1994) Numerical simulation of viscous incompressible flows using a pressure-correction method and unstructured grids, Computational Fluid Dynamics '94 - ECCOMAS (S. Wagner, E.H. Hirschel, J. Periaux and R. Piva, eds.), Wiley, pp. 325-331.
  50. Lu Cheng, Craft T J, Launder B E and Leschziner M A (1994) Spirally fluted tubing: Prediction and measurement, Heat Transfer 1994 - Proc. 10th Int. Conf. on Heat Transfer, Brighton, UK, 6, pp. 13-19.
  51. Leschziner M A, Ince N Z and Page G, (1994) Second-moment modelling of subsonic and transonic impinging twin jets, High Performance Computing at the Atlas Centre, Advanced Research Computing, RAL, UK, pp. 91-99.
  52. Lien, F.S., Chen, W.L. and Leschziner, M A, (1995), Computational modelling of high-lift aerofoils with turbulence-transport models, Proc. Royal. Aero. Soc. CEAS Euro. Forum on High Lift and Separation Control, University of Bath, UK, pp. 10.1-10.13, [ISBN 1-85768-061-8].
  53. Chen W L, Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1995) Computational modelling of cascade-blade flow with linear and non-linear low-Re eddy-viscosity models,  AGARD-CP-571, Symposium on Loss Mechanism and Unsteady Flows in Turbomachinery, Derby, UK, pp. 3.1-3.13.
  54. Chen W-L, Lien F-S and Leschziner M A (1995) Local grid refinement scheme within structured-grid strategy for general flows, Proc. 6th Int. Symp. on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Lake Tahoe, USA, pp. 169-174.
  55. Thomadakis M and Leschziner M A (1995) A pressure correction method for the solution of incompressible viscous flows on unstructured grids, Proc. 6th Int. Symp. on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Lake Tahoe, USA, pp. 1270-1275.
  56. Lien F-S and Leschziner M A (1995) Computational modelling of multiple vortical separation from streamlined body at high incidence, Proc.10th  Int. Symp. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Pennsylvania State University, USA, pp. 4-19 - 4-25.
  57. Lien, F.S. and Leschziner, M A, (1995), Computational modelling of a transitional 3D turbine-cascade flow using a modified low-Re k- model and a multi-block scheme, ASME Cogen Turbo Power Conf. 1995, paper 95-CTP-80, Vienna.
  58. Chen W-L, Lien F-S and Leschziner M A (1995) The  prediction of transition with an elliptic solver using linear and non-linear eddy-viscosity models,  Bulletin ERCOFTAC, 24, pp. 31-33.
  59. Leschziner, M A and Lien, F S  (1996) Parallel computing of complex flows with a multi-block scheme, Invited contribution, Proc. WUA-CFD, 3rd World Conf. in Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics, pp. 14.5-14.11.
  60. Smith R J and Leschziner M A (1996) A novel Cartesian grid method for complex aerodynamic CFD applications, Proc. 5th Int. Conf. on Numerical Grid Generation in Computational Fluid Dynamics and Related Fields, Mississippi, USA.
  61. Lien F S, Chen W L and Leschziner M A (1996) Low-Re-number eddy-viscosity modelling based on non-linear stress-strain/Vorticity Relations, Proc. 3rd Int. Symp. on Engineering Turbulent Modelling and Measurements, Crete, Greece.
  62. Zhou, Q. and Leschziner, M A (1996) Modelling particle dispersion in anisotropic turbulence, Proc. Third European Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference (ECCOMAS), Paris, pp. 577-583.
  63. Batten P, Lien F S and Leschziner M A (1997) A positivity-preserving pressure-correction method, Lecture Notes in Physics, Proc. 15th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics, (P. Kutler, J. Flores and J.J. Chattot, eds.), pp. 147-152, Springer.
  64. Zhou, Q and Leschziner, M A (1997) Modelling particle dispersion in turbulent recirculating flow with an anisotropy-resolving scheme, Proc. ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, FEDSM3643, Vancouver.
  65. Iacovides, H, Li H Y and Leschziner M A (1997), Computation of axisymmetric rotor - stator flows related to cooling passages of electrical generators, Proc. 10th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods for Laminar & Turbulent Flow.
  66. Chen, W L, Lien, F S and Leschziner, M A (1997) Computational modelling of highly-loaded compressor cascade flows, Proc. Turbulent Shear Flows 11, Grenoble, France.
  67. Apsley, D D and Leschziner, M A (1997) A new low-Re non-linear two-equation turbulence model for complex flows, Proc. Turbulent Shear Flows 11, Grenoble, France.
  68. Leschziner, M A, Batten P and Loyau H (1997) SIG on Shock / Boundary-Layer Interaction, ERCOFTAC Bulletin, 34, pp. 21-24.
  69. Cobbin, A M, Stansby, P K, Leschziner, M A and Lien, F-S (1997) Modelling oscillatory flow around a cylinder using a RANS scheme, ASME Paper No. OMAE-98-573, OMAE'98, Lisbon, Portugal.
  70. Goyon, O. Drikakis, D. and Leschziner, M A (1998) Three‑dimensional unsteady Navier‑Stokes calculations using hybrid unstructured grids, Proc. of FEDSM'98,  ASME Fluids Engrg Division Summer Meeting, June 21-25, Washington D.C., USA, Paper No. FEDSM98-4924.
  71. Chen, W L and Leschziner, M A (1998) Modelling turbomachine-blade flows with non-linear eddy-viscosity models and second-moment closure, Proc. 3rd Euro Conf. on Turbomachinery - Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics, IMechE Conference Transactions, London, UK, pp. 189-200.
  72. Zhou, Q and Leschziner, M A (1998) Resolving the influence of gravity and inertia on particle dispersion with an anisotropy-sensitized model, CDROM Proc. 3rd Int. Conf. on Multiphase Flow, ICFM'98, Lyon, France.
  73. Loyou, H, Batten, D and Leschziner, M A (1998) Etude numerique d'ecoulements transsoniques separes a l'aide de models a viscosite turbulente non-lineaires, 34 ème Colloque d'Aerodynamique Appliquée, Marseille, France.
  74. Batten, P, Loyou, H and Leschziner, M A (1998) On the coupling of upwind methods and second-moment closure in modelling compressible flow, in Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics VI (J.M. Baines, Ed), Oxford University Inst. for Computational Fluid Dynamics, Oxford, UK, pp. 229-238.
  75. Loyau, H, Batten, P and Leschziner, M A (1998) Reynolds-stress modelling of three-dimensional Blunt-Fin/Flat-Plate interactions, Proc. 16th Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Fluids Dynamics, Arcachon, France.
  76. Barakos, G, Drikakis, D and Leschziner, M A (1998) Numerical investigation of the dynamic stall phenomenon using non-linear eddy-viscosity models, Paper  AIAA-98-2740, Proc. 16th AIAA Applied Aerodynamic Conf., Albuquerque, USA.
  77. Armitage, C A, Launder, B E and Leschziner, M A (1998) Second-moment modelling of combined turbulent heat and species transfer in multiply stratified fluid bodies, Proc. 2nd Engineering Foundation Conf. on Turbulent Heat Transfer, Manchester, UK, pp. 5.36-5.48.
  78. Cobbin, A M, Stansby, P K, Leschziner, M A and Lien, F S (1998) An adaptive-grid solver with improved free-surface boundary conditions, Paper 363, Hydroinformatics 98, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  79. Chen, W L and Leschziner, M A (1999) "Turbulence modelling of rotor-stator interaction with linear and non-linear-Eddy-viscosity models", Proc. 3rd Euro Conf. on Turbomachinery - Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics, 2-5 March 1999, London, IMechE Conference Transactions, pp. 259-270.
  80. Goyon, O, Drikakis, D and Leschziner M A (1999) "Simulation of 3D unsteady flows with moving boundaries using hybrid-unstructured grids and non-linear eddy-viscosity turbulence models", ASME FED Summer Meeting, S. Francisco.
  81. Batten, P, Leschziner, M A, Craft, T J and Weatherill, K (1999) "Reynolds-stress modelling of afterbody flows", Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena - 1 (S. Banerjee and J.K. Eaton, Eds), Begell House Inc., New York, pp. 215-220.
  82. Apsley, D.D. and Leschziner, M.A. (1999) "Application of non-linear eddy-viscosity and differential stress closures to separated flow",Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena - 1 (S. Banerjee and J.K. Eaton, Eds), Begell House Inc., New York, pp. 245-250.
  83. Chen, H.C., Jang, Y.J., and Han, J.C. (1999), "Computation of flow and heat Transfer in rotating two-pass square channels by a Reynolds stress model," ASME Paper 99-GT-174, 44th ASME Turbo Expo, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, June 7-10, 1999.
  84. Chen, H.C., Jang, Y.J., and Han, J.C. (1999), "Assessment of a near-wall second-moment closure for rotating multiple-pass cooling channels," AIAA Paper 99-3626, 33rd Thermophysics Conference, Norfolk, VA, USA, June 28 –July 1, 1999.
  85. Dejoan, A. and Schiestel, R. (1999), "Simulations de grandes echelles en ecoulement turbulent soumis a des perturbations instationnaires", Actes du 14eme Congres Francais de Mecanique, AUM, Toulouse, France, Communication ref. 453, 30 Aout-3 Sept.
  86. Leschziner, M.A. and Loyau, H. (2000) "Computational modelling of 3D shock/boundary-layer interaction with non-linear eddy-viscosity models", 22nd Int. Congress of Aeronautical Sciences, ICAS 2000, Harrogate, UK (CDRom Proc.).
  87. Temmerman, L., Leschziner, M.A, Ashworth, M. and Emerson, D.R. (2000), "LES applications on parallel systems", Parallel CFD 2000, Trontheim, Norway, May 2000.
  88. Jang, Y.J., Chen, H.C., and Han, J.C. (2000), “Computation of flow and heat transfer in two-Pass channels with 60o ribs,” AIAA Paper 2000-1036, 38th Aerospace Science Meeting Exhibit, Reno, NV, USA, January 10-13, 2000.
  89. Jang, Y.J., Chen, H.C., and Han, J.C. (2000), " Numerical prediction of the flow and heat transfer in a two-pass square duct with 90° ribs," The 8th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating Machinery (ISROMAC-8), Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, March 26-30, 2000, pp. 580-587.
  90. Jang, Y.J., Chen, H.C., and Han, J.C. (2000), “Flow and heat transfer in a rotating square channel with 45o angled ribs by Reynolds stress turbulence model,” ASME Paper 2000-GT-229, 45th ASME Turbo Expo, Munich, Germany, May 8-11, 2000.
  91. Temmerman, L., Leschziner, M.A., Ashworth, M. and Emerson, D.R. (2001), “Large Eddy Simulation on parallel systems”, ERCOFTAC Bulletin no50, pp. 55-57, September 2001.
  92. Leschziner, M.A. and Apsley, D.D. (2001), "Advanced turbulence modelling of the flow in a generic wing-body junction", Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, KTH Stockholm, June 2001, Vol. 1, pp. 199-204.
  93. Temmerman, L. and Leschziner, M. (2001), "Large Eddy Simulation of separated Flow in a channel with corrugated wall", Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, KTH Stockholm, June 2001, Vol. 3, pp. 399-404.
  94. Jang, Y-J, Temmerman, L. and Leschziner, M.A. (2001), "Investigation of anisotropy-resolving turbulence models by reference to highly-resolved LES data for separated flow", CDRom proceedings, ECCOMAS CFD 2001 Conference, Swansea.
  95. Lardeau, S., Lamballais, E. and Bonnet, J.P. (2001), “Control of a turbulent mixing layer flow by fluid injection : Direct Numerical Simulation results”, 2nd International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, Stockholm, Sweden, 27-29 June 2001.
  96. Al-Qahtani, M.S., Jang, Y.J., Chen, H.C. and Han, J.C. (2001), “Prediction of flow and heat transfer in rotating two-pass rectangular channels with 45o rib turbulators,” ASME Paper 2001-GT-187, 46th ASME Turbo Expo, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, June 4-7, 2001.
  97. Dejoan, A. and Schiestel, R. (2001), "Large eddy simulations of non-equilibrium pulsed turbulent flows using transport equations subgrid scale model", Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, Second International Symposium, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, Vol. II, pp. 341-345, June 27-29.
  98. Garrabos, Y., Dejoan, A., Lecoutre, C., Beysens, D., Nikolayev, V. and Wunenberger, R. (2001), "Piston effect in a supercritical fluid sample cell: a phenomenological approach", Colloque Sciences de la Matiere et microgravite, CNES/CNRS, GDR no 2258,Paris, France, Session: Transport dans les fluides, May 14-15.
  99. Garrabos, Y., Lecoutre, C., Beysens, D., Dejoan, A. and Wunenberger, R. (2001), "Piston effect in a supercritical fluid on the MIR station: influence of the geometry, the materials and the residual gravity variations", International Scientific Cooperation onboard MIR, International Symposium, Palais des congres, Lyon, France, Session 2, Physical Sciences, pp. 291, March 19-21.
  100. Temmerman, L., Leschziner, M.A. and Hanjalic, K. (2002), “ A-priori studies of a near-wall RANS model within a hybrid LES/RANS scheme”, Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Experiments 5, (W. Rodi, N. Fueyo, eds.), Elsevier, pp. 317-327.
  101. Lardeau, S., Collin, E., Lamballais, E. and Bonnet, J.P. (2002), “Analysis of jet-mixing layer interaction”, 5th International Symposium on Engineering Turbulence modeling and measurements”, Majorca, Procs. to appear.
  102. Leschziner, M.A. (2002), Statistical turbulence modeling for the computation of physically complex flows, in Recent Developments in Numerical; Methods for Turbomachinery Flows, T. Arts (Ed.), Von Karman Insitute for Fluid Dynamics.
  103. Leschziner, M.A. (2002), At the crossroads of turbulence modeling and turbulence simulation: opportunities and challenges, Keynote paper, Advances in Fluid Modelling and Turbulence Measurements, H. Ninokata, A. Wada and N. Tanaka (Eds.), Worlds Scientific publishers, pp. 3-20.
  104. Ess, P.R., Sislian, J.P., Allen, C.B. (2002), Optimum Heat Release from Blunt Body Generated Detonation Waves in SCRAMJET Engines, AIAA 2002-5167, In Proceedings 11th AIAA/AAAF Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems Conference , Orleans.
  105. Leschziner, M.A., (2003), The challenge of modeling and simulating flow separation from continuous surfaces, keynote paper, Proc. 12th Int. Conference on Fluid Flow Technologies (CMFF’03), Budapest, Hungary, Sept. 2003.
  106. Temmerman, L. and Leschziner, M.A. (2003), “Contribution to LESFOIL: Large Eddy Simulation of flow around a high-lift aerofoil” (Davidson, L, Cokjlat, D., Fröhlich, J., Leschziner, M.A., Mellen, C. and Rodi, W., eds), Springer.
  107. Temmerman, L., Leschziner, M.A. and Hanjalic (2003), K., A combined RANS-LES strategy with arbitrary interface location for near-wall flows, Proc. 3rd Int. Symp. on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena (2003), pp. 929-934.
  108. Nikolayev, V.S., Beysens, D., Dejoan, A.and Garrabos, Y. (2003), Fast heat transfer calculations in near-critical fluids under microgravity, 5th Euromech Fluid Mechanics, Aug. 24-28, Toulouse (France).
  109. Leschziner, M.A. (2003), Turbulence modeling for aeronautical flows, VKI LS 2003-02, CFD-based Aircraft Drag Prediction and Reduction, H. Deconinck, K. Sermeus, C. van Dam (Eds.), Von Karman Insitute for Fluid Dynamics.
  110. Hanjalic, K., Hadziabdic, M., , Temmerman, L. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), &am p;ld quo;Merging LES and RANS strategies: zona l or seamless coupling?” Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation V, (R. Friedrich, B.O. Guerts and Metais, O. (Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 451-464.
  111. Dejoan, A., Jang, Y.-J. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), Large Eddy Simulation and URANS predictions of periodically perturbed flow over a backwards-facing step, Paper HT-FED2004-56211, ASME HT/FED 2004 Summer Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina, July 2004.
  112. Dejoan, A. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), Large Eddy Simulation of a statistically two-dimensional plane turbulent wall jet, in Advances in Turbulence X, Proc. 10th European Turbulence Conference, Trontheim, Norway, H.I. Anderson and P-A Krogstad (Eds.), pp. 663-667.
  113. Jang, Y-J. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), An Investigation of higher-order closures in the computation of the flow around a generic car body, 4th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering, ECCOMAS 2004.
  114. Temmerman, L., Chen, W. and Leschziner, M.A. (2004), A comparative study of separation from a three-dimensional hill using LES and second-moment-closure RANS modeling, 4th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering, ECCOMAS 2004, (CDR proceedings).
  115. Dejoan, A., Wang, C. and Leschziner, M.A., (2005), Assessment of turbulence models for predicting the interaction region in a wall jet by reference to LES solution and budgets, Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Experiments 6, W. Rodi and M. Mulas (eds.), Elsevier, 97-106.
  116. Tessicini, F., Temmerman, L. and Leschziner, M.A. (2005), Approximate near-wall treatments based on zonal RANS-LES hybrid methods for LES at high Reynolds numbers, Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Experiments 6, W. Rodi and M. Mulas (eds.), Elsevier, 359-368.
  117. Craft T J, Deevy M, Jang Y-J, Leschziner M A, Wang C. (2004), Turbulence modelling of near-wall flows subjected to skewing strain and separation, Proc. Royal Aeronautical Society, 2004 Aerospace Aerodynamics Research Conference.
  118. Leschziner M A (2005), LES in support of RANS modelling, in Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics: Proc. Third MIT Conf. On Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, June 2005, Elsevier.
  119. Li, N, Wang, C, Avdis, A., , and Leschziner, M A and Temmerman, L (2005), Large eddy simulation of separation from a three-dimensional hill and comparison with second-moment-closure RANS modelling, Proc. 4th Symp. on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, J.A.C. Humphrey et al (Eds.), pp. 331-336.
  120. Dejoan A, Leschziner M A (2005), Separating the effects of wall-blocking and near-wall shear in the interaction between the wall and free-shear layer in a wall jet, Proc. 4th Symp. on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, J.A.C. Humphrey et al (Eds.), pp. 401-406 .
  121. Lardeau, S, Li, N, Leschziner, M A (2005), LES of transitional boundary layer at high free-stream turbulence intensity and implications for RANS modelling, Proc. 4th Symp. on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, J.A.C. Humphrey et al (Eds.), pp. 431-436.
  122. Tessicini, F., Li, N. and Leschziner, M A (2005), Hybrid LES/RANS modelling of separated flow around a three-dimensional hill, Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation VI, Proceedings of the Sixth International ERCOFTAC Workshop on Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation, University of Poitiers, ERCOFTAC Series 10.
  123. Dejoan, A and Leschziner, M A (2005), LES studies on the correspondence between the interaction of shear layers in post-reattachment recovery and in a plane turbulent wall jet, Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation VI, Proceedings of the Sixth International ERCOFTAC Workshop on Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation, University of Poitiers, ERCOFTAC Series, 10.
  124. Li, N, Tessicini, F and Leschziner, M.A. (2005), Simulation of separation from curved surfaces with combined LES and RANS schemes, Proc. CY-LES2005, Complex Effects in Large Eddy Simulation, in Complex Effects in Large Eddy Simulation, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, Vol. 56, Springer.
  125. Tessicini, F., Li, N. and Leschziner, M.A. (2006), Simulation of three-dimensional separation with a zonal near-wall approximation, Proc. ECCOMAS CFD 2006 TU Delft, Netherland, 2006.
  126. Wu, D. and Leschziner, M.A. (2007), Large eddy simulation of synthetic jets in stagnant ambient and turbulent cross-flow, Proc. IUTAM Symposium on Flow Control and MEMS, Sept. 2006 (to appear).
  127. Lardeau, F. Tessicini and M.A. Leschziner (2007). Identification of hairpin-type flow structures in separated flow behind a three-dimensional hill using POD, Proc. TSFP 5, Munich, Germany,  pp. 811-817.
  128. Fishpool, G.M., Li, N. and Leschziner, M.A. (2007), Simulation of turbulent flow around two cylinders in tandem, Proc. 5th International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, 2007, Munich, pp. 873-878.
  129. Ess, P.R. and Leschziner, M.A. (2007), Modelling compressible under-expanded jets with second-moment closure, Proc. 5th International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, 2007, Munich, pp. 233-238.
  130. Li, N. and Leschziner, M.A. (2007),Highly-resolved large eddy simulation of separation from a three-dimensional hill, Proc. 11th European Turbulence Conference, Porto, June 2007, pp. 407-409.
  131. Fishpool, G., Lardeau, S. and Leschziner, M.A. (2008) Statistically Persistent Non-Homogeneous Features in Periodic Channel-Flow Simulations. ETMM 7, Limassol, Cyprus, pp. 194-199
  132. Ferrari, S., Garcia de la Cruz, J.M., Lardeau, S. and Rossi, L. (2008) Control of flow topology using electromagnetic body forcing : numerical simulations and experiments. ETMM 7, Limassol, Cyprus, 2008, pp. 114-120.
  133. Lardeau, S., Tessicini, F. and Leschziner, M.A. (2007). Identification of hairpin-type flow structures in separated flow behind a three-dimensional hill using POD, Proc. TSFP 5, Munich, Germany,  pp. 811-817.
  134. Avdis, A. and Leschziner, M.A. (2008), Large Eddy Simulation of Separated Flow over a Glauert-Goldschmied Wall-Mounted Hump with and without Control by Means of a Synthetic Jet, Proc. ETMM7, Cyprus, June 2008, pp. 436-442 (to appear in Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, 2008).
  135. Wu, D. and Leschziner, M.A. (2008), Large-eddy simulations of  three-dimensional Turbulent Synthetic Jets in Stagnant Ambient Conditions and in Turbulent Cross-Flow, Proc. ETMM7, Cyprus, June 2008, pp. 346-351.
  136. Fishpool, G., Avdis, A. and Leschziner, M.A. (2008), Identification and removal of numerical instability components in low-order LES schemes, Proc. ETMM7, Limassol, Cyprus, pp.22-27.
  137. Lardeau, S., Tessicini, F. and Leschziner, M.A. (2009), Identification of Periodic and Cyclic Events in Complex Turbulent Flows, Proc. 6th Symp. on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, Seoul, June 2009 (to appear).
  138. Pacciani, R., Marconcini, M. Fadai-Ghotbi, A., Lardeau, S. and Leschziner, M.A. (2009) Calculation of high-lift cascades in low-pressure turbine conditions using a three-equation model,  Paper GT2009-59557, Proc. ASME Turbo Expo 2009: Power for Land, Sea & Air, Orlando, June 2009.
  139.  Lardeau, S. and Leschziner, M.A. Modelling and Simulation of Laminar Separation, Transition and Turbulent Reattachment, Proc. ETMM8, Marseille, France, June 2010
  140.  Leschziner, M.A., Lardeau, S. and Fishpool, G.M., Large eddy simulation of the interaction between round synthetic jets and a separated boundary layer, Proc. ETMM8, Marseille, France, June 2010.
  141. Touber, E. and Leschziner, M.A. (2011), Near-wall streak modifications by spanwise oscillatory wall motions, Proc. TSFP7, Ottawa, Canada, July 2011.
  142. Bentaleb, Y., Lardeau, S. and Leschziner, M.A. (2011), Investigation of second-moment-closure defects in separated boundary layer by reference to h ighly-resolved LES data, Proc. TSFP7, Ottawa, Canada, July 2011.
  143. Leschziner, M.A. and Lardeau S. (2012), “The streamwise drag-reduction response of a boundary layer subjected to a sudden imposition of transverse oscillatory wall motion, Proc. ETMM9, Thessaloniki, June 2012.
  144. Bentaleb, Y. and Leschziner, M.A. (2012) The structure of a spatially evolving three-dimensional boundary layer subject to spanwise pressure gradient, Proc. THMT12, Palermo, Sept. 2012.
  145. Agostini, L., Touber,  E., Leschziner, M.A.  (2013) Spanwise oscillatory wall motion in channel flow: drag-reduction mechanisms inferred from DNS-predicted  phase-wise property variations at Re_tau=1000, Proc. 8th Turbulent Shear Flow Phenomena, Poitier, August 2013.
  146. Agostini, L and E., Leschziner, M A  (2014), On the influence of outer large-scale structures on near-wall turbulence in channel flow, Proc. 10th Int. ERCOFTAC Symposium on Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Measurements (ETMM10), Marbella, Spain.
  147. Agostini, L., and Leschziner, M.A. (2015), Predicting the response of small-scale near-wall turbulence to large-scale outer motions outer large-scale structures on near-wall turbulence in channel flow, Proc. 15th European Turbulence Conference (ETC15), Delft