Acoustical Society of America – December 2022

This year my research group had a good showing at the Acoustical Society of America, Dec. 2022. I was happy to give a 20 minute talk myself on jet and rocket coherence and loading. My student, Dr. Alex Carr, who is now a Research Aerospace Engineering at NASA reported on his sonic boom predictions. My …

Chairing Turbulence Theory at APS Division of Fluid Dynamics – Highlight of the year

All our presenters were present and traveled internationally. DNS is the tool of choice for numerical simulations. Theory emerged from results, and I hope that new relations will guide those making turbulence models today. High-order inertial range scaling exponents in incompressible turbulence using generalized extended self-similarityPresenter: Sualeh Khurshid, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Author: Sualeh Khurshid, …

APS Presentation – Alternative Analytical Solution for Planar Oblique Shock Waves

Abstract: One now famous analytical solution for shock waves was developed by Dr. Theodore Meyer within his Ph.D. dissertation under advisement of Professor Ludwig Prandtl. The original solution relies on analysis via control volume of the equations of motion. This approach has limited future development of analytical solutions for more complex flow-fields. In this presentation, …

APS Presentation – A New Course: Modeling Inhomogeneous Turbulence with a Historic Perspective

Abstract: A new graduate class is developed at the University of Florida called Modeling Inhomogeneous Turbulence with a Historical Perspective. The course covers in-depth concepts of the science and mathematics of turbulence modeling. Major topics of the class include statistics for modeling, the Russian school, law of the wall, chaos, compressible Navier-Stokes equations, mean kinetic …