• 3D motion dynamics of axisymmetric bodies falling through water 

      Alsos, Hagbart Skage; Faltinsen, Odd Magnus (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-12-01)
      A new simplified method for analysis of 3D motion dynamics of axisymmetric slender bodies falling from air through water is presented. Slender-body theory for potential flow of incompressible water is combined with 2D + t ...
    • A Numerical Study on Stratified Shear Layers With Relevance to Oil-Boom Failure 

      Kristiansen, David; Faltinsen, Odd Magnus (ASME Digital colletion;OMAE2014-23981, Chapter, 2014-06)
      Interface dynamics of two-phase flow, with relevance for leakage of oil retained by mechanical oil barriers, is studied by means of a 2D lattice-Boltzmann method combined with a phase-field model for interface capturing. ...
    • Numerical and experimental investigations on mooring loads of a marine fish farm in waves and current 

      Shen, Yugao; Greco, Marilena; Faltinsen, Odd Magnus; Nygaard, Ivar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-05)
      A realistic aquaculture fish farm system in both regular and irregular waves is investigated by numerical simulations and model tests. The main purpose is to develop a reliable numerical tool and in this respect to investigate ...
    • Study of an Entrapped Air Pocket due to Sloshing Using Experiments and Numerical Simulations 

      Firoozkoohi, Reza; Abrahamsen, Bjørn Christian; Faltinsen, Odd Magnus (ASME Proceedings | Offshore Technology;OMAE2017-62390, Chapter, 2017-09)
      The capability of the OpenFoam software to model slamming where air is entrapped between the free surface and the structure is investigated. The test case studied is a previously studied phenomenon, where an air pocket is ...
    • The influence of fish on the mooring loads of a floating net cage 

      He, Zhao; Faltinsen, Odd Magnus; Fredheim, Arne; Kristiansen, Trygve (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      The influence of fish on the mooring loads of a floating net cage is studied numerically and experimentally. Two experimental series were conducted. One case was model tests with artificial fish. Nine rigid fish models ...
    • Waves' numerical dispersion and damping due to discrete dispersion relation 

      Ommani, Babak; Faltinsen, Odd Magnus (ASME Digital colletion;OMAE2014-23152,, Chapter, 2014-06)
      In linear Rankine panel method, the discrete linear dispersion relation is solved on a discrete free-surface to capture the free-surface waves generated due to wave-body interactions. Discretization introduces numerical ...