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(2007)While the objective is to explore alternative damage mechanisms due to ultrasound, the work is not restricted as such. Indeed, the work is concerned with surface tension driven singularities at fluid interface in general. ...
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(2006)Numerical studies are performed to examine several phenomena relevant to the dynamic behavior of laminar flames in devices whose critical dimensions are at or below classical quenching limits. The behavior of premixed and ...
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(1983)A twodimensional mean circulation was set up along with turbulent thermal convection in a slightly inclined layer of water, heated from below and insulated at top and sides. Mean flow and turbulent moments were measured ...
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(1998)In each of the vortex systems investigated, the motion of a passive particle in the field of the vortices is, in general, chaotic. One means of characterizing the advected field is through ThurstonNielsen theory from ...
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(2007)Thirdly, we investigate the interaction of a finitesized particle embedded in a turbulent channel flow. Particles of various sizes have been located at two specific wallnormal locations, the buffer region and the channel ...
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(2002)In order to obtain an accurate parameterization of the hydrodynamic force acting on a spherical particle in complex inhomogeneous flows at moderate particle Reynolds numbers (Re = 10600), we develop a DNS technique that ...
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(1982)Large structures in two types of free turbulent flows, namely, grid turbulence and twostream, plane mixing flow, have been investigated through studies of conditional averages. The conditional averages of interest were ...
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(2001)The circulation cells visualized in the present study are a manifestation, in the fully turbulent regime, of the cellular structures commonly observed at low Rayleigh numbers. The circulation cells are proposed as a physical ...
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(2004)Linear stability properties and nonlinear dynamics of selfsustained detonations is investigated by means of asymptotic analysis and numerical simulations. The normalmode linear stability analysis is carried out for gaseous ...
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