Unsteady flows over plunging and pitching airfoils with large excursions in effective angle of attack exhibit the phenomenon of dynamic stall.
Cavitation and bubble dynamics are of critical importance in various industrial systems.
Turbulence is an important example of chaotic dynamical systems, and sensitivity analysis is a powerful tool for design via computation. However, traditional sensitivity methods explode for chaotic systems, posing the challenge we will address in this talk. We first review how to compute meanin
From oceanic breaking waves to atomization of liquid fuels for combustion, two-phase flows are omni-present in natural and industrial settings.
What is the future of computing? Some believe it's big data. For others, it's big computation. Supporters of big data believe that most problems can be solved by gathering huge amounts of data and applying machine learning.
Shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions are typical flow phenomena in hypersonic flows.
Combustion devices are prone to combustion instabilities (CIs). They classically occur when heat release rate oscillations and acoustic fluctuations become coherent, creating constructive interferences.
The impingement of electric fields on flames is known to have potential for mitigating combustion instabilities, enhancing flame propagation, and decreasing pollutant emissions.
Turbulent flows in the presence of bounding surfaces, as those occurring in oceanic and atmospheric currents, around vehicles, or inside pipes, may be apprehended as a collection of whirls or eddies.