Check our new paper on vorticity dynamics in wind turbine wakes:
Check out our new paper on sub-grid characteristics of upwind-schemes for the vorticity transport equations in Physical Review Fluids. It demonstrates the behavior of a class of vorticity-velocity formulations that can be employed for large-eddy simulation of turbulent flows.
Check out the Ala’s AIAA SciTech conference paper “Reduced-order Model Predictions of Wind Turbines via Mode Decomposition and Sparse Sampling”. The presentation is on the SciTech website in the Uncertainty Analysis Advancements for Wind Energy Applications session. The live session is on January 19, 2021, January 19, 2021 from 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM EST
Two 2020 APS DFD conference abstracts are submitted demonstrating preliminary work on understanding dispersion of aerosols during human respiration.
This is on-going research part of a larger project in collaboration with the faculty in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. The goals are to understand the aerosol dispersion during talking and singing.
Check out our new paper on Machine Learning enhanced Computational Fluid Dynamics: “An adaptive mesh refinement approach based on optimal sparse sensing”
I’m excited to get started on research at my new home at the University of Memphis!