Basilisk

    Basiliscus basiliscus is the latin name of the extraordinary Jesus Christ lizard, famous for its ability to run on the surface of water, a characteristic it shares with another well-known water-walker Gerris lacustris.

    Basilisk is also the name of a Free Software program for the solution of partial differential equations on adaptive Cartesian meshes. It is the successor of Gerris and is developed by the same authors.

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    Picture of the month

    Multilayer model of the wave field generated by a volcanic eruption under lake Taupo, New Zealand. Left: dispersive, right: non-dispersive. From Hayward et al, 2022.

    Multilayer model of the wave field generated by a volcanic eruption under lake Taupo, New Zealand. Left: dispersive, right: non-dispersive. From Hayward et al, 2022.

    News

    [chirco2022]

    Leonardo Chirco, Jacob Maarek, Stéphane Popinet, and Stéphane Zaleski. Manifold death: a Volume of Fluid implementation of controlled topological changes in thin sheets by the signature method. Journal of Computational Physics, July 2022. [ http ]

    [mostert2022]

    Wouter Mostert, Stéphane Popinet, and Luc Deike. High-resolution direct simulation of deep water breaking waves: transition to turbulence, bubbles and droplets production. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 942(A27), April 2022. [ DOI | http | .pdf ]

    [uchida2022]

    Takaya Uchida, Bruno Deremble, and Stéphane Popinet. Deterministic model of the eddy dynamics for a midlatitude ocean model. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 2022. [ DOI | http | .pdf ]

    [zhang2022]

    Bo Zhang, Bradley Boyd, and Yue Ling. Direct numerical simulation of compressible interfacial multiphase flows using a mass–momentum–energy consistent volume-of-fluid method. Computers & Fluids, 236:105267, 2022. [ DOI | http ]