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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,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Modelbased design of riblets for turbulent drag reduction.
J. Fluid Mech.,
906:A7 (38 pages),
January 2021.
Keyword(s): Drag reduction,
Riblets,
Sensorfree flow control,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Spatiotemporal frequency responses,
Stochasticallyforced NavierStokes equations,
Turbulence modeling.
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W. Ran,
A. Zare,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Frequencyresponse analysis of riblets for turbulent drag reduction.
In Proceedings of the 24th International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Network and Systems,
Cambridge, UK,
2020.
Note: Submitted.
Keyword(s): Drag reduction,
Riblets,
Sensorfree flow control,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Spatiotemporal frequency responses,
Stochasticallyforced NavierStokes equations,
Turbulence modeling.
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W. Ran,
A. Zare,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Drag reduction in turbulent channel flow over spatially periodic surfaces.
In Proceedings of the 58th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control,
Nice, France,
pages 59185923,
2019.
Keyword(s): Drag reduction,
Riblets,
Sensorfree flow control,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Spatiotemporal frequency responses,
Stochasticallyforced NavierStokes equations,
Turbulence modeling.
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