Ashish Pathak, PhD


Journal Publications

  1. Ashish Pathak, Wen Jin, and Mehdi Raessi. "A three-dimensional numerical scheme for modeling discontinuous pinning at sharp edges using the Volume-of-Fluid method". Journal of Computational Physics 479 (2023): 111986. Link
  2. David Markt Jr., Mehdi Raessi, Ashish Pathak, Seong-Young Lee, and Roberto Torelli. "Impact of high-speed diesel drop trains: Pursuing cleaner diesel engines." Physical Review Fluids 6, no. 11 (2021): 110508. Link
  3. Ashish Pathak, and Mehdi Raessi. "An implicit, sharp numerical treatment of viscous terms at arbitrarily shaped liquid-gas interfaces in evaporative flows." Journal of Computational Physics 418 (2020): 109625. Link
  4. David Markt Jr., Ashish Pathak, Mehdi Raessi, Seong-Young Lee, and Roberto Torelli. "Computational characterization of the secondary droplets formed during the impingement of a train of ethanol drops." International Journal of Engine Research 21, no. 2 (2020): 248-262. Link
  5. Ashish Pathak, and Mehdi Raessi. "Steady-state and transient solutions to drop evaporation in a finite domain: Alternative benchmarks to the d2 law." International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 127 (2018): 1147-1158. Link
  6. David P. Markt, Ashish Pathak, and Mehdi Raessi. "Advanced computational simulations of surface impingement of a train of ethanol drops: A pathway to developing spray-wall interaction submodels." Computing in Science & Engineering 20, no. 4 (2018): 56-65. Link
  7. Ashish Pathak, Cole Freniere, and Mehdi Raessi. "Advanced computational simulations of water waves interacting with wave energy converters." European Journal of Computational Mechanics 26, no. 1-2 (2017): 172-204. Link
  8. Cole Freniere, Ashish Pathak, Mehdi Raessi, and Gaurav Khanna. "The feasibility of Amazon's cloud computing platform for parallel, GPU-accelerated, multiphase-flow simulations." Computing in Science & Engineering 18, no. 5 (2016): 68-77. Link
  9. Ashish Pathak, and Mehdi Raessi. "A 3D, fully Eulerian, VOF-based solver to study the interaction between two fluids and moving rigid bodies using the fictitious domain method." Journal of computational physics 311 (2016): 87-113. Link
  10. Ashish Pathak, and Mehdi Raessi. "A three-dimensional volume-of-fluid method for reconstructing and advecting three-material interfaces forming contact lines." Journal of Computational Physics 307 (2016): 550-573. Link
  11. Amirmahdi Ghasemi, Ashish Pathak, and Mehdi Raessi. "Computational simulation of the interactions between moving rigid bodies and incompressible two-fluid flows." Computers & Fluids 94 (2014): 1-13. Link

Conference Papers

  1. D. Markt, L. Zhao, X. Zhu, A. Pathak, R. Torelli, S-Y. Lee, and M. Raessi. An experimental and computational study of a single diesel droplet impinging on a dry surface. Argonne National Lab.(ANL), Argonne, IL (United States), 14th Triennial International Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems 2018. Link
  2. David P. Markt, Roberto Torelli, Ashish Pathak, Mehdi Raessi, Sibendu Som, Riccardo Scarcelli, Seong-Young Lee, and Jeffrey Naber. Using a DNS framework to test a splashed mass sub-model for Lagrangian spray simulations. SAE Technical Paper No. 2018-01-0297. 2018. Link