Bart van der Holst
Bart van der Holst
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Adaptive numerical algorithms in space weather modeling
G Tóth, B Van der Holst, IV Sokolov, DL De Zeeuw, TI Gombosi, F Fang, ...
Journal of Computational Physics 231 (3), 870-903, 2012
3842012
Parallel, grid-adaptive approaches for relativistic hydro and magnetohydrodynamics
R Keppens, Z Meliani, AJ van Marle, P Delmont, A Vlasis, B van der Holst
Journal of Computational Physics 231 (3), 718-744, 2012
2032012
Alfvén wave solar model (AWSoM): coronal heating
B van der Holst, IV Sokolov, X Meng, M Jin, WB Manchester IV, G Tóth, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 782 (2), 81, 2014
1962014
Hybrid block-AMR in cartesian and curvilinear coordinates: MHD applications
B van der Holst, R Keppens
Journal of computational physics 226 (1), 925-946, 2007
1032007
CRASH: A block-adaptive-mesh code for radiative shock hydrodynamics—implementation and verification
B Van der Holst, G Toth, IV Sokolov, KG Powell, JP Holloway, ES Myra, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 194 (2), 23, 2011
1022011
Magnetohydrodynamic waves and coronal heating: Unifying empirical and MHD turbulence models
IV Sokolov, B Van der Holst, R Oran, C Downs, II Roussev, M Jin, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 764 (1), 23, 2013
992013
A data-driven, two-temperature solar wind model with Alfvén waves
B van der Holst, WB Manchester IV, RA Frazin, AM Vásquez, G Tóth, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 725 (1), 1373, 2010
972010
FINESSE: Axisymmetric MHD equilibria with flow
AJC Beliën, MA Botchev, JP Goedbloed, B van der Holst, R Keppens
Journal of computational physics 182 (1), 91-117, 2002
882002
Studying extreme ultraviolet wave transients with a digital laboratory: direct comparison of extreme ultraviolet wave observations to global magnetohydrodynamic simulations
C Downs, II Roussev, B van der Holst, N Lugaz, IV Sokolov, TI Gombosi
The Astrophysical Journal 728 (1), 2, 2011
802011
Understanding SDO/AIA observations of the 2010 June 13 EUV wave event: direct insight from a global thermodynamic MHD simulation
C Downs, II Roussev, B van der Holst, N Lugaz, IV Sokolov
The Astrophysical Journal 750 (2), 134, 2012
732012
Obtaining potential field solutions with spherical harmonics and finite differences
G Tóth, B Van der Holst, Z Huang
The Astrophysical Journal 732 (2), 102, 2011
722011
Low frequency Alfvén waves induced by toroidal flows
B Van der Holst, AJC Beliën, JP Goedbloed
Physics of Plasmas 7 (10), 4208-4222, 2000
702000
Atmospheric escape from the TRAPPIST-1 planets and implications for habitability
C Dong, M Jin, M Lingam, VS Airapetian, Y Ma, B van der Holst
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (2), 260-265, 2018
682018
A global wave-driven magnetohydrodynamic solar model with a unified treatment of open and closed magnetic field topologies
R Oran, B Van der Holst, E Landi, M Jin, IV Sokolov, TI Gombosi
The Astrophysical Journal 778 (2), 176, 2013
682013
Toward a realistic thermodynamic magnetohydrodynamic model of the global solar corona
C Downs, II Roussev, B van der Holst, N Lugaz, IV Sokolov, TI Gombosi
The Astrophysical Journal 712 (2), 1219, 2010
662010
Extragalactic jets with helical magnetic fields: relativistic MHD simulations
R Keppens, Z Meliani, B Van Der Holst, F Casse
Astronomy & Astrophysics 486 (3), 663-678, 2008
582008
A multidimensional grid-adaptive relativistic magnetofluid code
B van der Holst, R Keppens, Z Meliani
Computer Physics Communications 179 (9), 617-627, 2008
552008
Unstable continuous spectra of transonic axisymmetric plasmas
JP Goedbloed, AJC Beliën, B van der Holst, R Keppens
Physics of Plasmas 11 (1), 28-54, 2004
542004
Simulation of a breakout coronal mass ejection in the solar wind
B Van der Holst, C Jacobs, S Poedts
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 671 (1), L77, 2007
522007
On the effect of the initial magnetic polarity and of the background wind on the evolution of CME shocks
E Chané, C Jacobs, S Poedts, D Kimpe
Astronomy & Astrophysics 432 (1), 331-339, 2005
512005
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