Adopting the definition and existence of various
type of flow velocities beyond that of the standard mass velocity,
we suggest derivation of model boundary conditions that may systematically
justify various diffusion process occurring in micro- and nano-flows....
We present a
full investigation into shock-wave profile description using
We identified constitutive equations that provide better agreement
for all parameters involved in testing hydrodynamic equations for
the prediction of shock structure in a monatomic gas in the Mach number
range 1 - 11 ....
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Our new article: "Reinterpreting shock wave structure predictions using the Navier-Stokes equations" in Journal Shock Waves.
Understanding the giant ripples on comet 67P
Our manuscript titled "Porosity gradients as a means of driving lateral flows at cometary surfaces," in Planetary and Space Science
Understanding high liquid flow rates in CNTs
Over the past two decades, several researchers have presented experimental data from pressure-driven liquid flows through nanotubes. They quote flow velocities which are four
to five orders of magnitude higher than those predicted by the classical theory. ...
Recasting Navier-Stokes Equations
Here in Journal of Physics Communications we propose a technique that transforms
classical Navier-Stokes equations into mathematically and physically different structures.
Dr. M.H.L. Reddy presented a poster, "On the different forms of Navier-Stokes equations", at Chemical Engineering Day-UK held at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh from 8th - 10th April, 2019.
Ciaran Woods, student of B.Eng. Mechanical at HWU developed code for density wave simulation for modelling traffic flows.
Famous Fluid Equations are Incomplete
A 115-year effort to bridge the particle and fluid descriptions of nature has led mathematicians to an unexpected answer.
Interpore, Valencia, Spain 2019
Dr. A.V.A Stamatiou poster, "Investigating the enhanced mass flow rates in pressure-driven liquid flow through nanopores", at Interpore 2019 in Valencia, Spain
Mathematicians Find Wrinkle in Famed Fluid Equations
Two mathematicians prove that under certain extreme conditions, the Navier-Stokes equations output nonsense.
Shock Structure Description
A poster by Dr. M.H.L. Reddy describing a better prediction of shock wave structures using re-casted Navier-Stokes equations presented at the 32nd Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meeting 2019, Dundee, UK