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Turbulent Shear Flow Laboratory

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Sahoo, A., and Narayanaswamy, V., “Two-dimensional Temperature Field Imaging in  Laminar Sooting Flames using a two-line Kr PLIF Approach”, Applied Physics B, To appear, 2019
  2. Funderburk, M. L., and Narayanaswamy, V., “Experimental Investigation of Microramp Vortex Generator Application Upstream of an Axisymmetric Shock Boundary Layer Interaction”, AIAA Journal, To appear, 2019
  3. Ramachandran, A., Narayanaswamy, V., and Lyons, K.M., “Observations on the Role of Autoignition in Flame Stabilization in Turbulent Non-premixed Jet Flames in Vitiated Coflow“, ASME Journal of Gas Turbines, Accepted, 2018
  4. Pickles, J.D., Mettu, B.R., Subbareddy, P.K., and Narayanaswamy, V., “Sharp-Fin Induced Shock Wave/Turbulent Boundary Layer Interactions in an Axisymmetric Configuration“, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 865, pp. 212 – 246, 2019
  5. Zelenak, D., and Narayanaswamy, V., “Demonstration of a 2-line Kr PLIF thermometry technique for gaseous combustion applications“, Optics Letters, Vol. 44, no. 2, 2019
  6. Funderburk, M. L., and Narayanaswamy, V., “Investigation of Negative Surface Curvature Effects in an Axisymmetric Shock Boundary Layer Interaction“, AIAA Journal, In Print  2019
  7. Pickles, J.D., Mettu, B.R., Subbareddy, P.K., and Narayanaswamy, V., “Gas density field measurements of shock dominated flows using planar laser scattering technique“, Experiments in Fluids, vol. 59, no. 112, pp. 15 pages 2018
  8. Pham, H.T., Gianikos, Z., and Narayanaswamy, V., “Compression Ramp Induced Shock Wave/Turbulent Boundary Layer Interactions on a Compliant Material,”AIAA Journal, vol. 56, no. 7 pp. 2925 – 2929 . 2018
  9. Zelenak, D., and Narayanaswamy, V., “Composition-independent mean temperature measurements in laminar diffusion flames using spectral lineshape information,” Experiments in Fluids, Vol. 58:147, 16 pages, 2017.
  10. Funderburk, M., and Narayanaswamy, V., “Experimental Investigation of Primary and Corner Shock Boundary Layer Interactions at Mild Back Pressure Ratios,” Physics of Fluids, Vol. 28, 086102, 2016. PDF
  11. Zelenak, D., Sealy, W. and Narayanaswamy, V., “Collisional broadening of Kr transition with combustion species as collision partners,” Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, Vol. 174, pp. 28-38, 2016. PDF
  12. Gampert, M., Narayanaswamy, V. and Peters, N., “Scalar Gradient Trajectory Measurements using High-Frequency Cinematographic Planar Rayleigh Scattering,” Experiments in Fluids, 54:1621, 2013. PDF
  13. Clemens, N. T., and Narayanaswamy, V., “Low-Frequency Unsteadiness of Shock Wave/Turbulent Boundary Layer Interactions,” Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics Vol. 46, pp. 14 – 46, 2014. PDF
  14. Gampert, M., Narayanaswamy, V., Schaefer, P., and Peters, N., “Conditional statistics of the turbulent/non-turbulent interface in a jet fow,” Journal of Fluid Mechanics Vol. 731, pp. 615-638, 2013. PDF
  15. Gampert, M., Schaefer, P., Narayanaswamy, V. and Peters, N., “Gradient trajectory analysis in a jet flow for turbulent combustion modelling,” Journal of Turbulence Vol. 14, pp. 147-164, 2013. PDF
  16. Narayanaswamy, V. and Clemens, N.T., “Simultaneous LII and PIV measurements in the soot formation region of turbulent non-premixed flames,” Proceedings of Combustion Symposium Vol. 34, pp. 1455-1463, 2013. PDF
  17. Narayanaswamy, V., Raja, L. L., and Clemens, N.T., “Control of Unsteadiness of a Shock Wave / Turbulent Boundary layer Interaction by using a Pulsed-Plasma Jet Actuator,” Physics of Fluids Vol. 24, 076101-22, 2012. PDF
  18. Narayanaswamy, V., Raja, L. L., and Clemens, N.T., “Control of a shock/ boundary layer interaction by using a pulsed-plasma jet actuator,” AIAA Journal Vol. 50, No. 1, pp. 246-249, 2012. PDF
  19. Narayanaswamy, V., Raja, L. L., and Clemens, N.T., “Method for acquiring pressure measurements in presence of plasma-induced interference for supersonic flow control applications,” Measurement Science and Technology Vol. 22, p. 125107 (11 pages), 2011. PDF
  20. Narayanaswamy, V. and Clemens, N.T., “Kr-PLIF for scalar imaging in supersonic flows,” Optics Letters, Vol. 36, Issue 21, pp. 4185-4188, 2011. PDF
  21. Hsu, A.,Narayanaswamy, V., Clemens, N. T. and Frank, J.H., “Mixture fraction imaging in turbulent non-premixed flames with two-photon LIF of krypton,” Proceedings of Combustion Symposium Vol. 33, pp. 759-766, 2011. PDF
  22. Narayanaswamy, V., Raja, L. L., and Clemens, N.T., “Characterization of a high-frequency pulsed plasma jet actuator,” AIAA Journal Vol. 48, No. 2, pp. 297-305, 2010. PDF
  23. Shin. J., Narayanaswamy, V., Raja, L. L., and Clemens, N.T., “Characterization of a Direct-Current Glow Discharge Plasma Actuator in Low-Pressure Supersonic Flow,” AIAA Journal Vol. 45, No. 7, pp. 1596-1605, 2007. PDF

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