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J. Jeun,
J. W. Nichols,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Inputoutput analysis of highspeed axisymmetric isothermal jet noise.
Phys. Fluids,
28(4):047101 (20 pages),
April 2016.
Note: (Editor's Pick).
Keyword(s): Acoustics,
Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
Jet noise.
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M. R. Jovanovic,
P. J. Schmid,
and J. W. Nichols.
Sparsitypromoting dynamic mode decomposition.
Phys. Fluids,
26(2):024103 (22 pages),
February 2014.
Keyword(s): Dynamic Mode Decomposition,
Flow modeling and control,
Convex optimization,
Sparsity.
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A. Dwivedi,
J. W. Nichols,
M. R. Jovanovic,
and G. V. Candler.
Optimal spatial growth of streaks in oblique shock/boundary layer interaction.
In Proceedings of the 47th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference,
Denver, CO,
2017.
Note: To appear.
Keyword(s): Direct numerical simulations,
Transient growth,
Hypersonic flows,
Transition to turbulence.
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N. Hildebrand,
A. Dwivedi,
P. Shrestha,
J. W. Nichols,
M. R. Jovanovic,
and G. V. Candler.
Sensitivity analysis for the control of oblique shock/boundary layer interactions at Mach 5.92.
In Proceedings of the 47th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference,
Denver, CO,
2017.
Note: To appear.
Keyword(s): Adjoint equations,
Baseflow sensitivity,
Direct numerical simulations,
Global stability analysis,
Flow modeling and control,
Hypersonic flows,
Transition to turbulence.
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W. Ran,
J. W. Nichols,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
The effect of sponge layers on global stability analysis of boundary layer flows.
In Proceedings of the 47th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference,
Denver, CO,
2017.
Note: To appear.
Keyword(s): Global stability analysis,
Sponge layer,
Boundary layer flow.
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P. Shrestha,
J. W. Nichols,
M. R. Jovanovic,
and G. V. Candler.
Dynamic mode decomposition of tripinduced hypersonic boundary layer transition.
In Proceedings of the 47th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference,
Denver, CO,
2017.
Note: To appear.
Keyword(s): Direct numerical simulations,
Dynamic mode decomposition,
Roughness elements,
Hypersonic flows,
Transition to turbulence.
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J. Jeun,
J. W. Nichols,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Inputoutput analysis of heated axisymmetric turbulent jets.
In Proceedings of the 22nd AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference,
Lyon, France,
2016.
Keyword(s): Acoustics,
Direct numerical simulations,
Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
Jet noise.
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P. Shrestha,
A. Dwivedi,
N. Hildebrand,
J. W. Nichols,
M. R. Jovanovic,
and G. V. Candler.
Interaction of an oblique shock with a transitional Mach 5.65 boundary layer.
In Proceedings of the 46th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference,
Washington, DC,
2016.
Keyword(s): Direct numerical simulations,
Dynamic mode decomposition,
Flow modeling and control,
Hypersonic flows,
Transition to turbulence.
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J. W. Nichols and M. R. Jovanovic.
Inputoutput analysis of highspeed jet noise.
In Proceedings of the 2014 Summer Program,
Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University/NASA,
pages 251260,
2014.
Keyword(s): Acoustics,
Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
Jet noise.
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M. R. Jovanovic,
P. J. Schmid,
and J. W. Nichols.
Lowrank and sparse dynamic mode decomposition.
In Center for Turbulence Research Annual Research Briefs,
pages 139152,
2012.
Keyword(s): Dynamic Mode Decomposition,
Flow modeling and control,
Convex optimization,
Sparsity.
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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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