A-Man Zhang mainly focuses on Mechanics, Bubble, Jet, Classical mechanics and Smoothed-particle hydrodynamics. His Mechanics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Boundary value problem. His study in Bubble is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Boundary element method, Cavitation and Two-phase flow.
His research integrates issues of Potential flow, Underwater explosion, Shock wave and Buoyancy in his study of Jet. His work carried out in the field of Smoothed-particle hydrodynamics brings together such families of science as Structural engineering, Simulation, Instability and Continuity equation. His Free surface study combines topics in areas such as Radius, Boundary and Statistical physics.
Mechanics, Bubble, Jet, Underwater explosion and Classical mechanics are his primary areas of study. His Mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Boundary element method and Finite element method. A-Man Zhang has included themes like Potential flow, Vortex ring, Radius and Rotational symmetry in his Bubble study.
He has researched Jet in several fields, including Buoyancy, Deformation, Froude number, Flow and Rigid wall. His studies deal with areas such as Cavitation and Acceleration as well as Underwater explosion. The concepts of his Classical mechanics study are interwoven with issues in Lattice Boltzmann methods, Two-phase flow and Flow visualization.
His primary areas of study are Mechanics, Bubble, Compressibility, Jet and Finite element method. His Mechanics study focuses mostly on Underwater explosion, Free surface, Volume of fluid method, Flow and Finite volume method. His Bubble research incorporates themes from Boundary element method and Cylindrical coordinate system.
His Compressibility research includes elements of Discontinuous Galerkin method, Work, Applied mathematics and Dissipation. His Jet research includes themes of Ultrasonic sensor, Displacement and Buoyancy. His Finite element method research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cavitation, Surface and Motion.
A-Man Zhang focuses on Mechanics, Bubble, Finite element method, Underwater explosion and Compressibility. His study brings together the fields of Gravity and Mechanics. His Bubble study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Boundary element method, Jet, Imaging phantom and Potential flow.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Jet, Cylindrical coordinate system is strongly linked to Shock wave. In his study, Naval architecture, Free surface and Buoyancy is inextricably linked to Flow, which falls within the broad field of Underwater explosion. A-Man Zhang interconnects Applied mathematics and Dissipation in the investigation of issues within Compressibility.
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The δplus-SPH model: Simple procedures for a further improvement of the SPH scheme
P.N. Sun;A. Colagrossi;S. Marrone;A.M. Zhang.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2017)
An SPH modeling of bubble rising and coalescing in three dimensions
Aman Zhang;Pengnan Sun;Furen Ming.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2015)
Improved three-dimensional bubble dynamics model based on boundary element method
A.M. Zhang;Y.L. Liu.
Journal of Computational Physics (2015)
Smoothed particle hydrodynamics and its applications in fluid-structure interactions
A-man Zhang;Peng-nan Sun;Fu-ren Ming;A. Colagrossi.
Journal of Hydrodynamics (2017)
Ice breaking by a collapsing bubble
Pu Cui;A-Man Zhang;Shiping Wang;Boo Cheong Khoo.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2018)
Experimental study on bubble dynamics subject to buoyancy
A. M. Zhang;P. Cui;J. Cui;Qian Wang.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2015)
Multi-resolution Delta-plus-SPH with tensile instability control: Towards high Reynolds number flows
P. N. Sun;Andrea Colagrossi;Salvatore Marrone;Matteo Antuono.
Computer Physics Communications (2017)
Study on splitting of a toroidal bubble near a rigid boundary
A. M. Zhang;S. Li;J. Cui.
Physics of Fluids (2015)
Small-charge underwater explosion bubble experiments under various boundary conditions
P. Cui;A. M. Zhang;S. P. Wang.
Physics of Fluids (2016)
Damage Characteristics of Ship Structures Subjected to Shockwaves of Underwater Contact Explosions
F.R. Ming;A.M. Zhang;Y.Z. Xue;S.P. Wang.
Ocean Engineering (2016)
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