# Publications based on `solids4foam`

The publications listed below are based on the `solids4foam`

library and its predecessor, the Extend Bazaar FSI toolbox, and other solid mechanics codes from the foam-extend library.

## Legend

● **Journal article**

● **Conference or workshop presentation**

● **Book chapter**

● **Thesis**

Instructions for adding a new entry are at the bottom of the document

## List of publications

Publications are listed in reverse chronological order.

● Pereira R., Romero J., Norton A., & Nóbrega J.M. (2024). **Advancing the assessment of pacifier effects with a novel computational method**, *BMC Oral Health, 24 (1), art. no. 87*.

● X.L. Yang, N. Guo, Z.X. Yang, (2024) **A finite-volume implementation of the phase-field model for brittle fracture with adaptive mesh refinement**, *Computers and Geotechnics, Volume 165, 2024, 105921, ISSN 0266-352X*.

● Attili, T., Heller, V., & Triantafyllou, S. (2023). **Scaling approaches and scale effects in wave–flexible structure interaction.** *Journal of Fluids and Structures, 123,* 103987.

● Yu Hsiao, Shih-Chun Hsiao, Philip Li-Fan Liu, (2023). **Two-dimensional numerical simulations of solitary wave interaction with a vertical elastic plate.** *Ocean Engineering.*

● Attili, T., Heller, V., & Triantafyllou, S. (2023). **Wave impact on rigid and flexible plates.** *Coastal Engineering, 182,* 104302.

● Salachna, J., Cioncolini, A., & Iacovides, H. (2023). **Benchmark simulation of the flow-induced vibrations for nuclear applications.** *Annals of Nuclear Energy, 180,* 109425.

● Batistić, I., Cardiff, P., & Ivanković, A., & Tuković, Ž (2023). **A finite volume penalty-based implicit procedure for the treatment of the frictionless contact boundaries.** *International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 124,* 4171-4191.

● F. Mazzanti and P. Cardiff, (2023). **A Vertex-Centred Block-Coupled Finite Volume Methodology for Small-Strain Elastoplasticity.** *18th OpenFOAM Workshop, University of Genoa, Italy.*

● P. Cardiff, (2023). **Solid mechanics and fluid-solid interactions using solids4foam-v2.0.** *18th OpenFOAM Workshop, University of Genoa, Italy.*

● P. Cardiff, (2023). **Using preCICE to couple OpenFOAM and solids4foam for fluid-solid interactions.** *18th OpenFOAM Workshop, University of Genoa, Italy.*

● I. Batistić, P. Cardiff, A. Ivanković and Ž. Tuković, (2023). **Development of an implicit boundary condition for modelling of mechanical contact.** *18th OpenFOAM Workshop, University of Genoa, Italy.*

● Attili T., Heller V., Triantafyllou S. (2022). **Numerical Investigation of Impulse Waves Impacting Dams**, *Proceedings of the IAHR World Congress, pp. 2222 - 2229*.

● Attili T., Heller V., Triantafyllou S. (2022). **Numerical Investigation ofWaves Interacting with Rigid and Flexible Plates**, *Proceedings of the IAHR World Congress, pp. 4438 - 4447*.

● Michael Herty, Elisa Iacomini, Giuseppe Visconti, (2022). **Recent Trends on Nonlinear Filtering for Inverse Problems.** *Commun. Appl. Ind. Math. 13 (1),* 10–20.

● S.A. Brown, N. Xie, M.R. Hann, D.M. Greaves, (2022). **Investigation of wave-driven hydroelastic interactions using numerical and physical modelling approaches.** *Applied Ocean Research.*

● I. Batistić, (2022). **Segment-to-segment algorithm for finite volume mechanical contact simulations.** *PhD thesis, University of Zagreb. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture.*

● Batistić, I., Cardiff, P., & Tuković, Ž. (2022). **A finite volume penalty based segment-to-segment method for frictional contact problems.** *Applied Mathematical Modelling, 101,* 673-693.

● P. Cardiff, (2022). **Implementing a block-coupled implicit vertex-centred finite volume approach for solid mechanics in OpenFOAM.** *17th OpenFOAM Workshop, Cambridge, UK.*

● P. Cardiff, (2022). **solids4foam Overview & Demonstration Cases.** *17th OpenFOAM Workshop, Cambridge, UK.*

● P. Cardiff, (2022). **solids4foam overview and future directions.** *2nd CCP-WSI Hackathon, University of Exeter, UK.*

● Whelan, A., Clancy, M., Pakrashi, V., Celikin, M., & Cardiff, P., (2022). **Finite Volume Implementation of Damage Mechanics and Fracture Models.** *Complas 2021, Barcelona, Spain.*

● M. Girfoglio, A. Quaini, G. Rozza, (2021). **Fluid-structure interaction simulations with a LES filtering approach in solids4Foam.** *Communications in Applied and Industrial Mathematics, 12(1)*.

● Rodrigues, P. V., Ramoa, B., Machado, A. V., Cardiff, P., & Nóbrega, J. M. (2021). **Assessing the Compressive and Impact Behavior of Plastic Safety Toe Caps through Computational Modelling.** *Polymers, 13(24),* 4332.

● A. Scolaro, C. Fiorina, I. Clifford, and A. Pautz, (2021). **Development of a Semi-Implicit Contact Methodology for Finite Volume Stress Solvers.** *International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol. 123, no. 2,* pp. 309–338.

● Attili, T., Heller, V., & Triantafyllou, S. (2021). **A numerical investigation of tsunamis impacting dams.** *Coastal Engineering, 169,* 103942.

● I. Oliveira, J. Gasche, J. Militzer, C. Baccin, P. Cardiff, (2021). **On the influence of wall thickness heterogeneity in the mechanics of intracranial aneurysms.** *26th ABCM International Congress of Mechanical Engineering, Florianópolis, Brazil.*

● Whelan, A., Clancy, M., Pakrashi, V., Celikin, M., & Cardiff, P., (2021). **Finite Volume Implementation of Damage Mechanics and Fracture Models.** *16th OpenFOAM Workshop, Dublin, Ireland.*

● P. Cardiff, (2021). **Finite volume approaches for finite strain elasto-plasticity.** *CCP-WSI Code Developers' Workshop 2.*

● P. Cardiff, (2021). **Solid mechanics and fluid-solid interaction using the solids4foam toolbox.** *The 3rd UCL OpenFOAM Workshop, University College London.*

● P. Cardiff, (2021). **The finite volume method for solid mechanics.** *The 3rd UCL OpenFOAM Workshop, University College London.*

● I. Batistić, P. Cardiff and Ž. Tuković, (2021). **Towards implicit implementation of penalty based contact boundary condition.** *16th OpenFOAM Workshop, Dublin, Ireland.*

● I. Oliveira, Ž. Tuković, J. Gasche, and P. Cardiff, (2021) **Semicoupled numerical strategy to solve large-strain motion of incompressible hyperelastic materials,** *16th OpenFOAM Workshop, Dublin, Ireland.*

● I. Oliveira, J. Gasche, and P. Cardiff, (2020) **Implementation and numerical verification of an incompressible three-parameter Mooney-Rivlin model for large deformation of soft tissues,** *15th OpenFOAM Workshop, Virginia Tech, USA.*

● I. Batistić, Ž. Tuković, P. Cardiff and P. De Jaeger, (2020) **A Segment-to-segment Algorithm for Finite Volume Mechanical Contact Simulations** *15th OpenFOAM Workshop, Virginia Tech, USA.*

● P. Cardiff (2020) **Training: Solid mechanics and fluid-solid interaction using the solids4foam toolbox** *15th OpenFOAM Workshop, Virginia Tech, USA.*

● L. Huang, L. Bennetts, P. Cardiff, H. Jasak, Ž. Tuković, ,G. Thomas (2020). **Fluid-structure interaction of a large ice sheet in waves** *15th OpenFOAM Workshop, Virginia Tech, USA.*

● Huang, L., Ren, K., Li, M., Tuković, Ž., Cardiff, P., & Thomas, G. (2019). **Fluid-structure interaction of a large ice sheet in waves** *Ocean Engineering, 182,* 102-111.

● Ž. , I. Batistić, P. Cardiff, H. Jasak, and A. Ivanković, (2019) **Block-coupled finite volume solver for incompressible linear elasticity,** *14th OpenFOAM Workshop 2019,Duisburg, Germany.*

● P. Cardiff (2019) **Analysis of finite volume solution algorithms for solid mechanics implemented in OpenFOAM** *14th OpenFOAM Workshop 2019,Duisburg, Germany.*

● Huang, L. & Cardiff, P. & Tuković, Ž. & Thomas, G. (2019) **A hydroelastic solver applied to wave-ice interactions** *14th OpenFOAM Workshop 2019,Duisburg, Germany.*

● P. Cardiff (2019) **Solid mechanics and fluid-solid interaction using the solids4foam toolbox** *14th OpenFOAM Workshop 2019,Duisburg, Germany.*

● L. Huang & D. Azam, P. Cardiff, L. Bennetts, A. Toffoli, Z. Tukovic, G. Thomas, (2019) **Numerical simulation of hydroelastic waves along a semi-infinite ice floe** *International Workshop on Water Waves and Floating Bodies, Australia.*

● J. Živić, I. Batistić, Ž. Tuković, and I. Karšaj, (2019) **Modeling of Incompressible Materials Using Finite Volume Method and its Application in Biomechanics,** *Proceedings of 10nd Congress of Croatian Society of mechanics, pp. 343–349.*

● Tuković, Ž., Jasak, H., Karač, A., Cardiff, P., Ivanković, A. (2018). **OpenFOAM finite volume solver for fluid-solid interaction. Transactions of Famena**. 2018, 42(3), pp. 1–31.

● P. Cardiff, A. Karač, P. De Jaeger, H. Jasak, J. Nagy, A. Ivanković, and Ž. Tuković, (2018) **An open-source finite volume toolbox for solid mechanics and fluid-solid interaction simulations,**

● Tuković, Ž., Bukać, M., Cardiff, P., Jasak, H., and Ivanković, A. (2018). **Added mass partitioned fluid-structure interaction solver based on a Robin boundary condition for pressure**.

● V. Škurić, P. D. Jaeger, and H. Jasak, (2018), **Lubricated elastoplastic contact model for metal forming processes in OpenFOAM,**

● P. Cardiff, O., Karač, A., Jaeger, P., Demirdzic I., Jasak, H., Nagy, J., Ivankovic, A., Tuković, Ž. (2018) **The finite volume method for solid mechanics in OpenFOAM** *2nd Iberian OpenFOAM Meeting, Spain.*

● L. Muralidharan, P. Cardiff, R. Flavin, A. Ivankovic, (2018) **A study on the altered contact characteristics of the ankle joint as an effect of Arthritis, Arthrodesis and Arthroplasty** *World Congress of Biomechanics, Dublin.*

● Cardiff, P., Tuković, Ž., Jasak, H., & Ivanković, A. (2017) **A Lagrangian cell-centred finite volume method for metal forming simulation**. *International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 109(13), 1777-1803.*

● P. Cardiff, O. & Karač, A. & Jaeger, P. & Jasak, H. & Nagy, J. & Ivankovic, A. & Tuković, Ž. (2017) **Towards the Development of an Extendable Solid Mechanics and Fluid-Solid Interactions Toolbox for OpenFOAM** *12th OpenFOAM Workshop 2019, University of Exeter, UK.*

● P. Cardiff, O., T. Tian, Z. Tukovic, H. Jasak, A. Ivankovic, P. De Jaeger (2017) **An Eulerian-inspired Lagrangian finite volume method for wire drawing simulations** *IUTAM Symposium on Multi-scale Fatigue, Fracture and Damage of Materials in Harsh Environments, National University of Ireland, Ireland*

● Cardiff, P., Tuković, Ž., Jasak, H., & Ivanković, A. (2016). **A block-coupled Finite Volume methodology for linear elasticity and unstructured meshes**. *Computers & Structures, 175, 100-122.*

● Šekutkovski, B., Kostić, I., Simonović, A., Cardiff, P., & Jazarević, V. (2016) **Three-dimensional fluid–structure interaction simulation with a hybrid RANS–LES turbulence model for applications in transonic flow domain**. *Aerospace Science and Technology, 49, 1-16.*

● P. Cardiff, Tuković, Ž. M. Clancy, H. Jasak, P. De Jaeger, A. Ivanković (2016) **The finite volume method for solid mechanics in OpenFOAM** *11th OpenFOAM Workshop, Guimarães, Portugal.*

● P. Cardiff (2016) **Updates on a block coupled solver for linear elasticity** *4th UK and Eire FOAM/OpenFOAM user day, University of Exeter, UK.*

● Tang, T., Hededal, O., & Cardiff, P. (2015). **On finite volume method implementation of poro-elasto-plasticity soil model**. *International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, 39(13), 1410-1430.*

● Cardiff, P., Karač, A., & Ivanković, A. (2014). **A large strain finite volume method for orthotropic bodies with general material orientations**. *Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 268, 318-335.*

● P. Cardiff, A. Karač, D. FitzPatrick, R. Flavin, and A. Ivanković, (2014) **Development of a hip joint model for finite volume simulations**. *Journal of biomechanical engineering, vol. 136, no. 1, p. 011006.*

● Ž. Tuković, P. Cardiff, A. Karač, H. Jasak, and A. Ivanković, (2014) **OpenFOAM library for fluid structure interaction** *9th OpenFOAM Workshop, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia.*

● P. Cardiff, Ž. Tuković, A. Ivanković, A. Karač,(2014) **Nonlinear solid mechanics in OpenFOAM** *9th OpenFOAM Workshop, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia.*

● Ž. Tuković, A. Ivanković, and A. Karač, (2013), **Finite-volume stress analysis in multi-material linear elastic body**, *International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol. 93, no. 4, pp. 400–419.*

● P. Cardiff, A. Karač, Ž. Tuković, A. Ivanković, (2013) **An open-source finite volume method for computational solid mechanics** *Joint Symposium of Irish Mechanics Society and Irish Society for Scientific and Engineering Computation, UCD, Ireland*

● P. Cardiff, (2012), **Development of the finite volume method for hip joint stress analysis**. *PhD thesis, University College Dublin. School of Mechanical & Materials Engineering.*

● Cardiff, P., Karač, A., Ivanković, A. (2012). **Development of a finite volume contact solver based on the penalty method**. *Computational Materials Science, 64, 283-284.*

● P. Cardiff, A. Ivanković, A. Karač, (2012), **Development of a finite volume based structural solver for large rotation of non-orthogonal meshes**, *7th OpenFOAM Workshop, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany.*

● P. Cardiff, A. Ivanković, D. FitzPatrick, F. Robert, A. Karač, (2011), **Contact Stress Analysis in OpenFOAM: Application to Hip Joint Bones** *6th OpenFOAM Workshop, Penn State University, USA*

● Ž. Tuković and H. Jasak, (2007), **Updated lagrangian finite volume solver for large deformation dynamic response of elastic body**, *Transactions of FAMENA, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 55–70*.

**Other publications on the subject of the application of the finite volume method to solid mechanics can be found in:**

● P. Cardiff and I. Demirdžić, (2021) **Thirty Years of the Finite Volume Method for Solid Mechanics.** *Arch Computat Methods Eng 28, 3721–3780.*

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