Mahesh Prakash
Mahesh Prakash
Senior Principal Research Scientist, Group Leader CSIRO DATA61
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TitleCited byYear
Smooth particle hydrodynamics: status and future potential
PW Cleary, M Prakash, J Ha, N Stokes, C Scott
Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, an International Journal 7 (2-4 …, 2007
1632007
Discrete–element modelling and smoothed particle hydrodynamics: potential in the environmental sciences
PW Cleary, M Prakash
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 2004
1522004
3D SPH flow predictions and validation for high pressure die casting of automotive components
PW Cleary, J Ha, M Prakash, T Nguyen
Applied Mathematical Modelling 30 (11), 1406-1427, 2006
1202006
Bubbling and frothing liquids
PW Cleary, SH Pyo, M Prakash, BK Koo
ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) 26 (3), 97, 2007
1172007
Novel applications of smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) in metal forming
PW Cleary, M Prakash, J Ha
Journal of materials processing technology 177 (1-3), 41-48, 2006
962006
Impinging round jet studies in a cylindrical enclosure with and without a porous layer: Part I—Flow visualisations and simulations
M Prakash, ÖF Turan, Y Li, J Mahoney, GR Thorpe
Chemical Engineering Science 56 (12), 3855-3878, 2001
722001
Short shots and industrial case studies: understanding fluid flow and solidification in high pressure die casting
PW Cleary, J Ha, M Prakash, T Nguyen
Applied mathematical modelling 34 (8), 2018-2033, 2010
532010
A study of sloshing absorber geometry for structural control with SPH
A Marsh, M Prakash, E Semercigil, ÖF Turan
Journal of Fluids and Structures 27 (8), 1165-1181, 2011
382011
Modelling of metal forging using SPH
PW Cleary, M Prakash, R Das, J Ha
Applied Mathematical Modelling 36 (8), 3836-3855, 2012
372012
An investigation of pulsatile blood flow in a bifurcation artery using a grid-free method
M Sinnott, PW Cleary, M Prakash
Proc. Fifth International Conference on CFD in the Process Industries, 6, 2006
372006
Impinging round jet studies in a cylindrical enclosure with and without a porous layer: Part II—LDV measurements and simulations
M Prakash, ÖF Turan, Y Li, J Mahoney, GR Thorpe
Chemical engineering science 56 (12), 3879-3892, 2001
362001
Simulation of suspension of solids in a liquid in a mixing tank using SPH and comparison with physical modelling experiments
M Prakash, PW Cleary, J Ha, MN Noui-Mehidi, H Blackburn, G Brooks
Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics 7 (2), 91, 2007
342007
Parallel resolved open source CFD-DEM: method, validation and application
A Hager, C Kloss, S Pirker, C Goniva
The Journal of Computational Multiphase Flows 6 (1), 13-27, 2014
332014
SPH modelling of fluid at the grain level in a porous medium
GG Pereira, M Prakash, PW Cleary
Applied Mathematical Modelling 35 (4), 1666-1675, 2011
322011
SPARK–A bushfire spread prediction tool
C Miller, J Hilton, A Sullivan, M Prakash
International Symposium on Environmental Software Systems, 262-271, 2015
302015
Modeling of cast systems using smoothed-particle hydrodynamics
P Cleary, M Prakash, J Ha, M Sinnott, T Nguyen, J Grandfield
JOM 56 (3), 67-70, 2004
272004
Modelling the impact of dam failure scenarios on flood inundation using SPH
M Prakash, K Rothauge, PW Cleary
Applied Mathematical Modelling 38 (23), 5515-5534, 2014
262014
Prediction of industrial, biophysical and extreme geophysical flows using particle methods
PW Cleary, RCZ Cohen, SM Harrison, MD Sinnott, M Prakash, S Mead
Engineering Computations 30 (2), 157-196, 2013
262013
Improving the reliability and utility of operational bushfire behaviour predictions in Australian vegetation
MP Plucinski, AL Sullivan, CJ Rucinski, M Prakash
Environmental Modelling & Software 91, 1-12, 2017
242017
A numerical investigation of energy dissipation with a shallow depth sloshing absorber
A Marsh, M Prakash, E Semercigil, ÖF Turan
Applied Mathematical Modelling 34 (10), 2941-2957, 2010
232010
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