logo de l'IRMA logo UDS logo INRIA logo CNRS ← Back

Philippe Helluy


7 Bibliography


In France we have a strong incitation to deposit our papers on the HAL repository. The full text of most of my publications (including PhD thesis, habilitation thesis and unpublished reports) can be found here: http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/aut/helluy/

See also my Google Scholar page: https://scholar.google.fr/citations?user=x56VAMYAAAAJ&hl=fr

7.1 Thesis, preprints, unpublished works

[1]   Philippe Helluy. Résolution numérique des équations de Maxwell harmoniques par une méthode d’éléments finis discontinus. PhD thesis, École nationale supérieure de l’aéronautique et de l’espace, 1994. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-00657828

[2]   Philippe Helluy and Vincent Rey. Modélisation numérique de la houle dans le port de Banyuls. Technical report, Technical report, ISITV, 1998. Contrat de recherche avec la mairie de Banyuls-sur-mer, 1998. http://www-irma.u-strasbg.fr/~helluy/ADMIN/CV/BANYULS.pdf

[3]   Philippe Helluy. Simulation numérique des écoulements multiphasiques: de la théorie aux applications.". Habilitation thesis, Université de Toulon, 2005. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-00657839

[4]   Philippe Helluy. A portable implementation of the radix sort algorithm in OpenCL. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00596730, 2011.

[5]   Christophe Steiner, Michel Mehrenberger, Nicolas Crouseilles, and Philippe Helluy. Quasi-neutrality equation in a polar mesh. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01248179, 2015.

[6]   Philippe Helluy. Stability analysis of an implicit lattice boltzmann scheme. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01403759, 2016.

[7]   David Coulette, Emmanuel Franck, Philippe Helluy, Michel Mehrenberger, and Laurent Navoret Palindromic discontinuous Galerkin method for kinetic equations with stiff relaxation. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01422922, 2016.

7.2 Selected works

[8]   Thomas Barberon, Philippe Helluy, and Sandra Rouy. Practical computation of axisymmetrical multifluid flows. International Journal on Finite Volumes, 1:1–34, 2003. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00139598

[9]   Thomas Barberon and Philippe Helluy. Finite volume simulation of cavitating flows. Computers & fluids, 34(7):832–858, 2005. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/inria-00071762

[10]   Philippe Helluy and Jonathan Jung. Interpolated pressure laws in two-fluid simulations and hyperbolicity. In Finite Volumes for Complex Applications VII-Methods and Theoretical Aspects, pages 37–53. Springer International Publishing, 2014. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00957043

[11]   Philippe Helluy and Hélène Mathis. Pressure laws and fast legendre transform. Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences, 21(04):745–775, 2011. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00424061

[12]   Frédéric Golay and Philippe Helluy. Numerical simulation of a viscous compressible fluid based on a splitting method. Séminaire de mathématiques de l’Université de Ferrare, Ferrare, http://www-irma.u-strasbg.fr/~helluy/ADMIN/CV/nastocomp.pdf 1998.

[13]   Jean-Claude Le Gac, Yann Stephan, Mark Asch, Philippe Helluy, and Jean-Pierre Hermand. A variational approach for geoacoustic inversion using adjoint modeling of a PE approximation model with non local impedance boundary conditions. In Theoretical and computational acoustics 2003, pages 254–263. World Sci. Publ., River Edge, NJ, 2004. http://www-irma.u-strasbg.fr/\~helluy/ADMIN/CV/acoustic2.pdf

7.3 Publications

In the following list I only give papers with sufficient materials (typically more than 5 pages) that have been published after a review process in a journal or in conference proceedings

[14]   Christoph Altmann, Thomas Belat, Michael Gutnic, Philippe Helluy, Helene Mathis, Eric Sonnendruecker, Wilfredo Angulo, and Jean-Marc Herard. A local time-stepping discontinuous galerkin algorithm for the MHD system. In ESAIM: proceedings, volume 28, pages 33–54. EDP Sciences, 2009.

[15]   Mark Asch, Jean-Claude Le Gac, and Philippe Helluy. An adjoint method for geoacoustic inversions. In PICOF’02: problèmes inverses, contrôle et optimisation de formes. http://www-irma.u-strasbg.fr/\~helluy/ADMIN/CV/acoustic.pdf, pages 23–29, 2002.

[16]   Mathieu Bachmann, Philippe Helluy, Jonathan Jung, Hélene Mathis, and Siegfried Müller. Random sampling remap for compressible two-phase flows. Computers & Fluids, 86:275–283, 2013.

[17]   Thomas Barberon and Philippe Helluy. Finite volume simulations of cavitating flows. In Finite volumes for complex applications, III (Porquerolles, 2002), pages 441–448. Hermes Sci. Publ., Paris, 2002.

[18]   Françoise Bourdel, Pierre-Alain Mazet, and Philippe Helluy. Resolution of the non-stationary or harmonic Maxwell equations by a discontinuous finite element method. application to an emi (electromagnetic impulse) case. In 10th international conference on computing methods in applied sciences and engineering on Computing methods in applied sciences and engineering, pages 405–422. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Commack, NY, USA, 1992.

[19]   Frédéric Coquel, Thierry Gallouët, Philippe Helluy, Jean-Marc Hérard, Olivier Hurisse, and Nicolas Seguin. Modelling compressible multiphase flows. In ESAIM: Proceedings, volume 40, pages 34–50. EDP Sciences, 2013.

[20]   Frédéric Coquel, Philippe Helluy, and Jacques Schneider. Second-order entropy diminishing scheme for the euler equations. International journal for numerical methods in fluids, 50(9):1029–1061, 2006.

[21]   Clémentine Courtès, Emmanuel Franck, Philippe Helluy, and Herbert Oberlin. Study of physics-based preconditioning with high-order galerkin discretization for hyperbolic wave problems. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01401547, 2016.

[22]   Anaïs Crestetto and Philippe Helluy. Multi-water-bag model and method of moments for the Vlasov equation. In Finite Volumes for Complex Applications VI Problems & Perspectives, pages 293–301. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011.

[23]   Anaïs Crestetto and Philippe Helluy. Resolution of the Vlasov-Maxwell system by PIC discontinuous galerkin method on GPU with OpenCL. In ESAIM: Proceedings, volume 38, pages 257–274. EDP Sciences, 2012.

[24]   Anaïs Crestetto, Philippe Helluy, and Jonathan Jung. Numerical resolution of conservation laws with OpenCL. In ESAIM: Proceedings, volume 40, pages 51–62. EDP Sciences, 2013.

[25]   Fabien Crouzet, Frédéric Daude, Pascal Galon, Philippe Helluy, Jean-Marc Hérard, Olivier Hurisse, and Yujie Liu. Approximate solutions of the Baer-Nunziato model. In ESAIM: Proceedings, volume 40, pages 63–82. EDP Sciences, 2013.

[26]   Martina Deininger, Jonathan Jung, Romuald Skoda, Philippe Helluy, and Claus-Dieter Munz. Evaluation of interface models for 3D-1D coupling of compressible euler methods for the application on cavitating flows. In ESAIM: Proceedings, volume 38, pages 298–318. EDP Sciences, 2012.

[27]   Thierry Gallouët, Philippe Helluy, Jean-Marc Hérard, and Julien Nussbaum. A two-fluid model for dense granular flows. In Finite volumes for complex applications V, pages 439–446. ISTE, London, 2008.

[28]   Thierry Gallouët, Philippe Helluy, Jean-Marc Hérard, and Julien Nussbaum. Hyperbolic relaxation models for granular flows. ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis, 44(2):371–400, 2010.

[29]   Frédéric Golay and Philippe Helluy. Numerical schemes for low Mach wave breaking. International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 21(2):69–86, 2007.

[30]   Sebastien Guisset, Michael Gutnic, Philippe Helluy, Michel Massaro, Laurent Navoret, Nhung Pham, and Malcolm Roberts. Lagrangian/eulerian solvers and simulations for Vlasov-poisson. ESAIM: Proceedings and Surveys, 53:120–132, 2016.

[31]   Philippe Helluy and Sandrine Dayma. Convergence d’une approximation discontinue des systemes du premier ordre. http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k5469976n/f689.image.r=helluy http://www-irma.u-strasbg.fr/~helluy/ADMIN/CV/cras94.pdf CR Acad. Sci. Paris Sér. I Math, 319(12):1331–1335, 1994.

[32]   Philippe Helluy and Frédéric Golay. Applications of the finite volumes method for complex flows: From the theory to the practice. Flow, turbulence and combustion, 76(4):315–329, 2006.

[33]   Philippe Helluy, Frédéric Golay, Jean-Paul Caltagirone, Pierre Lubin, Stephane Vincent, Deborah Drevard, Richard Marcer, Philippe Fraunie, Nicolas Seguin, Stephan Grilli, et al. Numerical simulations of wave breaking. ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis, 39(3):591–607, 2005.

[34]   Philippe Helluy, Jean-Marc Hérard, and Hélène Mathis. A well-balanced approximate riemann solver for compressible flows in variable cross-section ducts. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 236(7):1976–1992, 2012.

[35]   Philippe Helluy, Jean-Marc Hérard, Hélène Mathis, and Siegfried Müller. A simple parameter-free entropy correction for approximate riemann solvers. Comptes rendus Mécanique, 338(9):493–498, 2010.

[36]   Philippe Helluy, Olivier Hurisse, and Erwan Le Coupanec. Verification of a two-phase flow code based on an homogeneous model. International Journal on Finite Volumes, 13, https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01396200, 2016.

[37]   Philippe Helluy and Jonathan Jung. A well-balanced scheme for two-fluid flows in variable cross-section ducts. In Finite Volumes for Complex Applications VI Problems & Perspectives, pages 561–569. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011.

[38]   Philippe Helluy and Jonathan Jung. A coupled well-balanced and random sampling scheme for computing bubble oscillations. In ESAIM: Proceedings, volume 35, pages 245–250. EDP Sciences, 2012.

[39]   Philippe Helluy and Jonathan Jung. OpenCL simulations of two-fluid compressible flows with a random choice method. International Journal of Finite Volumes ( https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00759135/), 10, 2013.

[40]   Philippe Helluy and Jonathan Jung. Two-fluid compressible simulations on GPU cluster. ESAIM: Proceedings and Surveys, 45:349–358, 2014.

[41]   Philippe Helluy, Sylvain Maire, and Patrice Ravel. New higher order numeric quadratures for regular or singular functions on an interval, applications for the helmholtz integral equation. In Second Symposium on Multibody Dynamics and Vibration, september, pages 12–16, 1999.

[42]   Philippe Helluy, Sylvain Maire, and Patrick Ravel. High order numerical integration of regular or singular functions on an interval. Comptes Rendus de l’Academie des Sciences Series I Mathematics, 9(327):843–848, 1998.

[43]   Philippe Helluy, Hélène Mathis, and Siegfried Müller. An ale averaging approach for the computing of bubble oscillations. Finite Volume for Complex Applications V, ISTE and Wiley, pages 487–494, 2008.

[44]   Philippe Helluy, Pierre-Alain Mazet, and Patricia Klotz. Approximation of the unstationary Maxwell equations in an unbounded domain asymptotic behaviour. Recherche Aerospatiale/Aerospace Research (ISSN 0034-1223), no. 5, p. 365-377, 5:365–377, 1994.

[45]   Philippe Helluy, Laurent Navoret, Nhung Pham, and Anaïs Crestetto. Reduced Vlasov-Maxwell simulations. Comptes Rendus Mécanique, 342(10-11):619–635, 2014.

[46]   Philippe Helluy, Nhung Pham, and Anaïs Crestetto. Space-only hyperbolic approximation of the Vlasov equation. In ESAIM: Proceedings, volume 43, pages 17–36, 2013.

[47]   Philippe Helluy and Nicolas Seguin. Relaxation models of phase transition flows. ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis, 40(2):331–352, 2006.

[48]   Philippe Helluy and Thomas Strub. Multi-GPU numerical simulation of electromagnetic waves. ESAIM: Proceedings and Surveys, 45:199–208, 2014.

[49]   Philippe Helluy, Thomas Strub, Michel Massaro, and Malcolm Roberts. Asynchronous OpenCL/MPI numerical simulations of conservation laws. In Software for Exascale Computing - SPPEXA 2013-2015, pages 547–565. Springer International Publishing, 2016.

[50]   Michel Massaro, Philippe Helluy, and Vincent Loechner. Numerical simulation for the MHD system in 2D using OpenCL. ESAIM: Procs., 45:485–492, 2014.

[51]   Siegfried Müller, Mathieu Bachmann, Dennis Kröninger, Thomas Kurz, and Philippe Helluy. Comparison and validation of compressible flow simulations of laser-induced cavitation bubbles. Computers & fluids, 38(9):1850–1862, 2009.

[52]   Siegfried Müller, Philippe Helluy, and Josef Ballmann. Numerical simulation of a single bubble by compressible two-phase fluids. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 62(6):591–631, 2010.

[53]   Julien Nussbaum, Philippe Helluy, Jean-Marc Herard, and Barbara Baschung. Multi-dimensional two-phase flow modeling applied to interior ballistics. Journal of Applied Mechanics, 78(5):051016, 2011.

[54]   Julien Nussbaum, Philippe Helluy, Jean-Marc Hérard, and Alain Carriere. Numerical simulations of gas-particle flows with combustion. Flow, turbulence and combustion, 76(4):403–417, 2006.

[55]   Nhung Pham, Philippe Helluy, and Anaïs Crestetto. Space-only hyperbolic approximation of the Vlasov equation. In ESAIM: Proceedings, volume 43, pages 17–36. EDP Sciences, 2013.

[56]   Nhung Pham, Philippe Helluy, and Laurent Navoret. Hyperbolic approximation of the fourier transformed vlasov equation. In ESAIM: Proceedings and Surveys, Congrés SMAI, Seignosse, 27-31 mai 2013, volume 45, pages 379–389. EDP Sciences, 2014.

[57]   Sandra Rouy and Philippe Helluy. Mathematical and numerical modeling of a two-phase flow by a level set method. In Finite volumes for complex applications II, pages 833–840. Hermes Sci. Publ., Paris, 1999.

[58]   Lauriane Schneider, Raphaël di Chiara Roupert, Gerhard Schäfer, and Philippe Helluy. Highly gravity-driven flow of a napl in water-saturated porous media using the discontinuous galerkin finite-element method with a generalised godunov scheme. Computational Geosciences, 19(4):855–876, 2015.

[59]   Thomas Strub, Nathanaël Muot, and Philippe Helluy. Méthode galerkin discontinue appliquée à l’électromagnétisme en domaine temporel. In 17e Colloque International et Exposition sur la Compatibilité Electromagnetique https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01108010, 2014.

7.4 Others

[60]   Mathieu Bachmann, Siegfried Müller, Philippe Helluy, and Hélene Mathis. A simple model for cavitation with non-condensable gases. Hyperbolic Problems: Theory, Numerics and Applications (In 2 Volumes), 18:289, 2013. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01420483

[61]   Philippe Helluy and Jonathan Jung. Conservative scheme for two-fluid compressible flows without pressure oscillations. Oberwolfach Reports, 10(2):1691–1694, 2013.

[62]   Philippe Helluy, Michel Massaro, Laurent Navoret, Nhung Pham, and Thomas Strub. Reduced Vlasov-Maxwell modeling. In PIERS Proceedings, Guangzhou, 2014, pages 2628–2632, 2014.

[63]   Julien Nussbaum, Philippe Helluy, Jean-Marc Hérard, and Alain Carrière. Numerical simulations of reactive diphasic gas-particle flows. In 39th AIAA Thermophysics Conference, page 4161, 2007.

[64]   Sandra Rouy, Philippe Helluy, and Samuel Kokh. Test-case no 13: Shock tubes (pa). Multiphase Science and Technology, 16(1-3):87–96, 2004.