Computational Fluid Dynamics 
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Dukowicz, "A General Topology, Godunov Method," Comp. Phys. Comm., Vol. 48, pp. 65Ç73, 1988. Aidun, J.B., and F.L. Addessio, "An Enhanced Cell Model with Nonlinear Elasticity," J. Comp. Mat., Vol. 30, p. 7248, 1996. Amsden, A.A., and F.H. Harlow, J. Comp. Phys., Vol. 3, p. 80, 1968. Amsden, A.A., H.M. Ruppel, and C.W. Hirt, "SALE: A Simplified ALE Computer Program for Fluid Flow at All Speeds," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA8095, 1980. Amsden, A.A., "KIVA3: A KIVA Program with Block Structured Mesh for Complex Geometries," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA12503MS, March 1993. Amsden, A.A., P.J. O'Rourke, and T.D. Butler, "KIVAII: A Computer Program for Chemically Reactive Flows with Sprays," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA11560MS, May 1989. Amsden, D.C., and A.A. Amsden, "The KIVA Story: A Pardigm of Technology Transfer," IEEE Trans. on Prof. Comm., Vol. 36, pp. 190Ç195, 1993. Apen, P.G., E.L. Joyce, B.A. Kashiwa, and W.B. VanderHeyden, "Virtual National Laboratory for the Investigation of Multiphase Dynamics," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LAUR952968, 1996. Besnard, D.C., F.H. Harlow, R. Rauenzahn and C. Zemach, "Spectral Transport Model for Turbulence," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LAUR921666, 1992. [15] Birn, J., F. Iinoya, J.U. Brackbill, and M. Hesse, "A Comparison of MHD Simulations of Magnetotail Dynamics," Geophys. Res. Lett., 1995 (accepted). Brackbill, J.U., and W.E. Pracht, "An Implicit, AlmostLagrangian Algorithm for Magnetohydrodynamics," J. Comp. Phys., Vol. 13, p. 455482, 1973. [17] Brackbill, J.U., and H.M. Ruppel, "FLIP: A Method for Adaptively Zoned, ParticleInCell Calculations of Fluid Flows in Two Dimensions," J. Comp. Phys., Vol. 65, p. 314, 1986. [18] Brackbill, J.U., "FLIP MHD: A ParticleInCell Method for Magnetohydrodynamics," J. Comput. Phys., Vol. 96, pp. 163Ç192, 1991. [19] Brackbill, J.U., "On Modeling Angular Momentum and Vorticity in Compressible Fluid Flow," Comput. Phys. Comm., Vol. 47, pp. 1Ç16, 1987. [20] Brackbill, J.U., "The Ringing Instability in ParticleInCell Calculations of LowSpeed Flow," J. Comput. Phys., Vol. 75, pp. 469Ç492, 1988. [21] Brackbill, J.U., D. Kothe, C. Zemach, "A Continuum Method for Modeling of Surface Tension," J. Comp. Phys., Vol. 100, pp. 335354, 1992. [22] Bunge, H.P., and J.R.7, 1966 Harlow, F. H., "Hydrodynamic Problems Involving Large Fluid Distortion," J. Assoc. Comp. Mach., Vol. 4, p. 137, 1957. [47] Harlow, F.H., D.O. Dickman, D.E. Harris, and R.E. Martin, "TwoDimensional Hydrodynamic Calculations," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA2301, 1959 . Harlow, F.H., and B.D. Meixner, "The ParticleAndForce Method for Fluid Dynamics," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LAMS2567, 1961. Harlow, F.H., "Theory of Correspondence between Fluid Dynamics and ParticleAndForce Method," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LAMS2806, 1963. Harlow, F.H., and E. Welch, "Numerical Calculation of TimeDependent Viscous Incompressible Flow of Fluids with Free Surface," Phys. Fluids, Vol. 8, p. 2182, 1965. Harlow, F.H., and P.I. Nakayama, "Turbulence Transport Equations," Phys. Fluids, Vol. 10, pp. 2323Ç2332, 1967. Harlow, F.H., and P.I. Nakayama, "Transport of Turbulence Energy Decay Rate," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA3854, 1968. Harlow, F.H., A.A. Amsden, and C.W. Hirt, 2nd Int. Conf. on Num. Methods of Fluid Dynamics, Berkeley, CA, Sept. 1970. Hirt, C.W., A.A. Amsden, and J.L. Cook, "An Arbitrary LagrangianEulerian Computing Method for All Flow Speeds," J. Comp. Phys., Vol. 14, p. 227, 1974. Hirt, C.W., B.D. Nichols, and N.C. Romero, "SOLA„A Numerical Solution Algorithm for Transient Fluid Flows," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA5852, 1975. Hirt, C.W., N.C. Romero, M.D. Torrey, and J.R. Travis, "SOLADF: A Solution Algorithm for Nonequilibrium TwoPhase Flow," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA7725MS (and NUREG/CR0690), 1979. Hirt, C.W., and B.D. Nichols, "Volume of Fluid (VOF) Method for the Dynamics of Free Boundaries," J. Comp. Phys., pp. 39, 201, 1981. Hirt, C.W., J. Comp. Phys., Vol. 2, p. 339, 1968. Johnson, J.N., and F.L. Addessio, "Tensile Plasticity and Ductile Fracture," J. Appl. Phys., Vol. 64, p. 6699, 1988. Johnson, N.L., "Discrete Macroscopic Simulation of Fluid Flows," Doctoral Thesis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1983. Johnson, N.L., and Y. Takagi, editors. Modeling in Diesel and SI Engines, SAE publication SP1123, 1995. [62] Johnson, N. L., A. A. Amsden, T. D. Butler, "Hydrogen Program Combustion Research: Three Dimensional Computer Modeling," Proceedings of the 1995 DOE/NREL Hydrogen Program Review, Vol. II, pp. 285304, NREL/CP43020036, 1995. Kashiwa, B.A., "A Generalized MAC Method for Incompressible Fluid Flow," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA10853MS, November 1986. Kashiwa, B.A., "A PredictorCorrector Method for Calculation of Incompressible Fluid Flow Dynamics," Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA10854MS, November 1986. Kashiwa, B.A., "Statistical Theory of Turbulent Incompressible Multimaterial Flow," University of Washington Doctoral Thesis, Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA11088T, 1987. Kashiwa, B.A., N.T. Padial, R.M. Rauenzahn, and W.B. VanderHeyden, "A CellCentered ICE Method of Multiphase Flow Simulations," in Proceedings, ASME Symposium on Numerical Methods for Multiphase Flows, Lake Tahoe, NV, 19Ç23 June 1994. Kashiwa, B.A., "Reactive Multiphase Flow Simulation Workshop Summary," W.B. VanderHeyden, editor, Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LAUR952194, June 1996. [68] Kothe, D., and W. 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