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A. Dwivedi.
Global inputoutput analysis of flow instabilities in highspeed compressible flows.
PhD thesis,
University of Minnesota,
2020.
Keyword(s): Adjoint equations,
Baseflow sensitivity,
Compressible flows,
Compression ramp flow,
Direct numerical simulations,
Energy amplification,
Flow modeling and control,
Global stability analysis,
Hypersonic flows,
Inputoutput analysis,
Shock Boundary layer interaction,
Reattachment vortices,
Transient growth,
Transition to turbulence.
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G. Hariharan.
Transition to elastic turbulence in channel flows.
PhD thesis,
University of Minnesota,
2020.
Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory,
Computational tools for spatially distributed systems,
Flow modeling and control,
Viscoelastic fluids,
Inputoutput analysis,
Elastic turbulence,
Transition to turbulence,
Uncertainty quantification in PDEs,
Spatiotemporal impulse responses,
Spatiotemporal frequency responses,
Spectral integration method.
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W. Ran.
Modeling and analysis of parallel and spatiallyevolving wallbounded shear flows.
PhD thesis,
University of Southern California,
2020.
Keyword(s): Boundary layers,
Boundary layer receptivity,
Controloriented modeling,
Distributed systems,
Drag reduction,
Energy amplification,
Floquet theory,
Flow modeling and control,
Freestream turbulence,
Lowcomplexity modeling,
NavierStokes equations,
Parabolized Floquet equations,
Parabolized stability equations,
Riblets,
Sensorfree flow control,
Spatiallyevolving flows,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Spatiotemporal frequency responses,
Stochasticallyforced NavierStokes equations,
Transition to turbulence,
Turbulence modeling.
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S. HassanMoghaddam.
Analysis, design, and optimization of largescale networks of dynamical systems.
PhD thesis,
University of Southern California,
2019.
Keyword(s): Consensus,
Control for optimization,
Convex Optimization,
Distributed control,
Forwardbackward envelope,
DouglasRachford splitting,
Global exponential stability,
Integral quadratic constraints,
Networks of dynamical systems,
Nonsmooth optimization,
PolyakLojasiewicz inequality,
Proximal algorithms,
Primaldual methods,
Proximal augmented Lagrangian,
Regularization for design,
Sparse graphs,
Sparsitypromoting optimal control,
Structured optimal control,
Structure identification,
Topology design.
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N. K. Dhingra.
Optimization and control of largescale networked systems.
PhD thesis,
University of Minnesota,
2017.
Keyword(s): Augmented Lagrangian,
Combination drug therapy,
Convex optimization,
Directed networks,
Leader selection,
Method of multipliers,
Nonsmooth optimization,
Optimization,
Proximal algorithms,
Proximal augmented Lagrangian,
Regularization,
Second order primaldual method,
Sparsitypromoting optimal control,
Structured optimal control,
Structure identification.
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X. Wu.
Sparsitypromoting optimal control of power networks.
PhD thesis,
University of Minnesota,
2016.
Keyword(s): Alternating direction method of multipliers,
Distributed PIcontrol,
Performance of largescale networks,
Power networks,
Sparsitypromoting optimal control,
Synchronization,
Topology design,
Widearea control.
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A. Zare.
Lowcomplexity stochastic modeling of wallbounded shear flows.
PhD thesis,
University of Minnesota,
2016.
Keyword(s): Alternating minimization algorithm,
Colored noise,
Convex optimization,
Disturbance dynamics,
Flow modeling and control,
Lowcomplexity modeling,
Lowrank approximation,
Matrix completion problem,
Nuclear norm regularization,
Structured covariances,
Turbulence modeling.
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B. K. Lieu.
Dynamics and control of Newtonian and viscoelastic fluids.
PhD thesis,
University of Minnesota,
2014.
Keyword(s): Drag reduction,
Controlling the onset of turbulence,
Control of turbulent flows,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Traveling waves,
Vibrational control,
Distributed systems theory,
Computational tools for spatially distributed systems,
Uncertainty quantification in PDEs,
Viscoelastic fluids,
Inputoutput analysis,
Elastic turbulence,
Transition to turbulence,
Worstcase amplification.
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F. Lin.
Structure identification and optimal design of largescale networks of dynamical systems.
PhD thesis,
University of Minnesota,
2012.
Keyword(s): Alternating direction method of multipliers,
Architectural issues in distributed control design,
Consensus networks,
Control of vehicular formations,
Convex Optimization,
Leader selection,
Sparsitypromoting optimal control.
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R. Moarref.
Modelbased control of transitional and turbulent wallbounded shear flows.
PhD thesis,
University of Minnesota,
2012.
Keyword(s): Drag reduction,
Controlling the onset of turbulence,
Control of turbulent flows,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Traveling waves,
Vibrational control.
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M. R. Jovanovic.
Modeling, analysis, and control of spatially distributed systems.
PhD thesis,
University of California, Santa Barbara,
2004.
Keyword(s): Architectural issues in distributed control design,
Control of vehicular formations,
Distributed systems theory,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations.
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