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    • Numerical LES For MVG Controlled Supersonic Ramp Flow 

      Wang, Xiao
      An implicitly implemented large eddy simulation by using the fifth order bandwidth-optimized WENO scheme is applied to make comprehensive studies on ramp flows with micro-ramp vortex generators (MVG) at Mach 2.5 and Re=5760. ...
    • Numerical Methods For Spontaneous And Evoked Glutamate Release 

      Blackwell, Justin Shane
      As synapses are responsible for the majority of neuron communications in the brain, the events of evoked and spontaneous synaptic vesicle release/fusion are key features of all synaptic current. These release events typically ...
    • Numerical Modeling And Analysis Of Pile Supported Embankments 

      Rao, Krishna Nag (Civil & Environmental Engineering, 2007-08-23)
      Very soft clays are often avoided in construction due to their low shear strength and high compressibility. Special construction methods are adopted when embankments are constructed on very soft clay or peat. Design of ...
    • Numerical Modeling Of A Parallel Plate Electrowetting-on-Dielectric (EWOD) Device 

      Tully, Kevin (Mechanical Engineering, 2011-07-14)
      Numerical modeling and simulations have been performed in this study that focuses on modeling the fluid dynamics of an Electrowetting-on-Dielectric (EWOD) device. The case to be modeled in the present study is a droplet ...
    • Numerical Modeling of an Alloy Droplet Deposition with Non-Equilibrium Solidification 

      Ramanuj, Vimal (2016-05-16)
      Droplet deposition is a process of extensive relevance to the microfabrication industry. Various bonding and film deposition methods utilize single or multiple droplet impingements on a substrate with subsequent splat ...
    • Numerical Modeling of Capillary Driven Microfluidic Flow 

      Islam, Md Ashraful (2017-01-05)
      Capillary driven two dimensional axisymmetric and three dimensional asymmetric flow in various microfluidic applications have been modeled and analyzed numerically. The transient Navier-Stokes equations are solved using a ...
    • Numerical Modeling Of Ground Movements Associated With Trenchless Box Jacking Technique 

      Haji Mohammad Hasan Mamaqani, Babak (Civil & Environmental Engineering, 2014-09-17)
      The Trenchless Technology (TT) is defined as a family of methods used to install, renew, replace or renovate new pipe/box or existing pipe/box underground with little or no surface disruption. TT is divided into two main ...
    • Numerical Modeling Of Microwave Emission From Irregular Layer 

      Camacho-Velazquez, Luis Manuel (Electrical Engineering, 2012-04-11)
      A numerical approach to model the microwave emission from an irregular layer is developed. The phase matrix of the layer components as well as the emission characteristics are estimated using a numerical approach, namely ...
    • Numerical simulation of flow in fluidic valves in rotating detonation engines 

      Gopalakrishnan, Nandini; 0000-0003-4427-5201 (2017-08-21)
      Rotating detonation engines (RDE) have received considerable research attention in recent times for use in propulsion systems. The cycle frequency of operation of an RDE can be as high as 10,000 Hz. Conventional mechanical ...
    • Numerical Simulation Of Magnetohydrodynamics 

      Sonoda, Takahiro (Aerospace Engineering, 2008-04-22)
      Use of electromagnetic fields has been shown to be an effective way to control the behavior of electrically conducting fluids. Specifically, the modification of the boundary layer profile with electromagnetic fields can ...
    • Numerical Simulation Of Particle Adhesion Dynamics For Applications In Nanomedicine And Biosensing 

      Shah, Samar (Mechanical Engineering, 2009-09-16)
      Multifunctional nanoparticles hold considerable promise as the next generation of medicine that allow for detection of early on-set of diseases and targeted therapy with minimal toxicity. To achieve targeted drug delivery, ...
    • Numerical Simulation Of Pulse Detonation Phenomena In A Parallel Environment 

      Ravindran, Prashaanth (Aerospace Engineering, 2007-08-23)
      The objective of this work was to develop a parallel algorithm that would be used in the simulation of the detonation process in the chamber of a pulse detonation engine. The emphasis is laid on reducing computation ...
    • Numerical Simulation Of The Base-level Buffers And Buttresses Conceptual Model Of Fluvial Systems 

      Tingook, Ronnie Tooyak (Geology, 2012-07-25)
      A Buffer in fluvial stratigraphy is a potentiometric surface which defines either: a) the lowest possible depth to which streams will incise; or b) the maximum elevation to which aggradation will occur; together, these ...
    • Numerical Simulations Of Transonic Wingtip 

      Chanrith, Suparat (Aerospace Engineering, 2014-03-12)
      This report presents numerical simulations using ANSYS FLUENT for a NACA 0012 wing both in two- and three-dimensional cases to compare with an experimental data. This comparison also allowed for any wall interference in ...
    • Numerical Studies For M-matrix Algebraic Riccati Equations 

      Wang, Weichao (Mathematics, 2013-10-22)
      A new doubling algorithm - Alternating-Directional Doubling Algorithm (ADDA) - is developed for computing the unique minimal nonnegative solution of an M-Matrix Algebraic Riccati Equation (MARE). It is argued by both ...
    • NUMERICAL STUDIES ON SPIN COATING OF METALS 

      Viswamithra, Varun Nanjunda Rao (2016-05-13)
      Spin coating is a surface coating process which involves spreading a liquid dispensed on the center of a rotating substrate. The liquid is discharged using a suitable method on to the substrate rotating at a constant angular ...
    • Numerical Study Of Chemically Reacting Viscous Flow Relevant To Pulsed Detonation Engines 

      Yi, Tae-Hyeong (Aerospace Engineering, 2007-08-23)
      A computational fluid dynamics code for two-dimensional, multi-species, laminar Navier-Stokes equations is developed to simulate a recently proposed engine concept for a pulsed detonation based propulsion system and to ...
    • Numerical Study Of Drop Formation From Dripping To Jetting 

      Kadjo, Allouah (Mechanical Engineering, 2012-04-11)
      The formation of liquid droplet from a capillary tube has been examined using numerical simulations. The dimensions of the capillary tube and the flow velocity have been varied to observe the regimes of drop formation. ...
    • Numerical Study of Droplet Evaporation 

      Gandhi, Ritul (2018-01-10)
      Droplet evaporation plays a vital role in various engineering fields such as air/fuel premixing, inkjet printing and many more. The high rate of power dissipation from the integrated circuits and chips of electronic devices ...
    • Numerical Study of Droplet Evaporation 

      Gandhi, Ritul (2018-01-10)
      Droplet evaporation plays a vital role in various engineering fields such as air/fuel premixing, inkjet printing and many more. The high rate of power dissipation from the integrated circuits and chips of electronic devices ...