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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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W. Ran,
A. Zare,
M. J. P. Hack,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Modeling mode interactions in boundary layer flows via Parabolized Floquet Equations.
Phys. Rev. Fluids,
4(2):023901 (22 pages),
February 2019.
Keyword(s): Boundary layers,
Controloriented modeling,
Distributed systems,
Floquet theory,
Htype transition,
Laminar streaks,
Parabolized Floquet equations,
Parabolized stability equations,
Periodic systems,
Transition to turbulence.
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W. Ran,
A. Zare,
M. J. P. Hack,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Stochastic receptivity analysis of boundary layer flow.
Phys. Rev. Fluids,
4(9):093901 (28 pages),
September 2019.
Keyword(s): Boundary layers,
Boundary layer receptivity,
Controloriented modeling,
Distributed systems,
Energy amplification,
Flow modeling and control,
Freestream turbulence,
Lowcomplexity modeling,
NavierStokes equations,
Spatiallyevolving flows,
Transition to turbulence.
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W. Ran,
A. Zare,
M. J. P. Hack,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Boundary layer receptivity analysis via the algebraic Lyapunov equation.
In Proceedings of the 2020 AIAA SciTech Forum and Exposition,
Orlando, FL,
pages 0109 (15 pages),
2020.
Keyword(s): Boundary layers,
Boundary layer receptivity,
Controloriented modeling,
Distributed systems,
Energy amplification,
Flow modeling and control,
Freestream turbulence,
Lowcomplexity modeling,
NavierStokes equations,
Spatiallyevolving flows,
Transition to turbulence.
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W. Ran,
A. Zare,
M. J. P. Hack,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Relating global and local stochastic receptivity analysis of boundary layer flows.
In Proceedings of the 2019 American Control Conference,
Philadelphia, PA,
pages 32123217,
2019.
Note: (Invited paper).
Keyword(s): Boundary layers,
Boundary layer receptivity,
Controloriented modeling,
Distributed systems,
Energy amplification,
Flow modeling and control,
Freestream turbulence,
Lowcomplexity modeling,
NavierStokes equations,
Spatiallyevolving flows,
Transition to turbulence.
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W. Ran,
A. Zare,
M. J. P. Hack,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Lowcomplexity modeling of mode interactions in boundary layer flows.
In Proceedings of the 2018 American Control Conference,
Milwaukee, WI,
pages 134139,
2018.
Note: (Invited paper).
Keyword(s): Boundary layers,
Controloriented modeling,
Distributed systems,
Floquet theory,
Parabolized stability equations,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Transition to turbulence.
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T. Sayadi,
J. W. Nichols,
P. J. Schmid,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Dynamic mode decomposition of Htype transition to turbulence.
In Proceedings of the 2012 Summer Program,
Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University/NASA,
pages 514,
2012.
Keyword(s): Boundary layers,
Dynamic mode decomposition,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Transition to turbulence.
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F. Lin and M. R. Jovanovic.
Energy amplification in a parallel Blasius boundary layer flow subject to freestream turbulence.
In Proceedings of the 2008 American Control Conference,
Seattle, WA,
pages 30703075,
2008.
Keyword(s): Boundary layers,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Freestream turbulence,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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