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Conference Papers Refereed
 A parametric, linear stability analysis of thermoacustic oscillations
 Comparative assessment of les and URANS for flow over a cylinder at a Reynolds number of 3900
 Discrete modelling of the linear stability of thermoacustic oscillations with distributed heat input
 Effect of chamber pressure on the spray from an airassisted, direct fuel injector
 Evidence of the k(1)(1) law in a highReynoldsnumber turbulent boundary layer
 Flow separation within the engine inlet of an uninhabited combat air vehicle (UCAV)
 Investigation of velocity correlations in turbulent channel flow
 Laboratoryobservations ofcoastally trapped waves
 Linear and nonlinear acoustic behaviour of outlet nozzles
 Mode 2 instability of the shielded monopolar vortex
 Nonlinear dynamics of thermoacustic instability using a kinematic, premixed flame model
 Numerical simulation of flow past a stationary and rotating sphere
 Numerical study of the behaviour of wall shear stress in pulsatile stenotic flows
 Observations on high Reynolds number turbulent boundary layer measurements
 On the wall shear stress in fully developed turbulent channel flow
 Propulsion system requirements for quiet, long range, supersonic aircraft
 RANS turbulence model optimisation based on Surrogate Management Framework
 Regimes for flows down slopes into stratified environments
 Sink flow turbulent boundary layers
 Spatiotemporal stability analysis of the separated flow past a NACA 0015 airfoil with ZNMF jet control
 The effect of corrugation height on flow in a wavywalled pipe
 The effect of wake passing on a flow separation in a low pressure turbine cascade
 The entrance length for fully developed turbulent channel flow
 The evolution of rough wall turbulent boundary layers
 The use of curved bodies in a wind tunnel to model bodies in a steady turn
 The zero pressure gradient turbulent boundary layer and its approach to equilibrium
 Transient behaviour of the fuel spray from an airassisted, direct fuel injector
 Wake structure behind a transversely spinning sphere at low Reynolds number

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Journal Articles Refereed
 Analysis of time delay effects on a linear bubble chain system
 Anisotropy in the sound field generated by a bubble chain
 Calculation of scalar structure functions from a vortex model of turbulent passive scalar transport
 Cavitation microstreaming patterns in single and multiple bubble systems
 Compressible viscous flows generated by oscillating flexible cylinders
 Compressive elasticity in polymer Couette flow
 Conjugate heat transfer predictions in twodimensional ribbed passages
 Contact angle dependence of solid probe–liquid drop forces in AFM measurements
 Evidence of the k1 law in a highReynoldsnumber turbulent boundary layer
 Homogenization of the ionic transport equations in periodic porous media
 Internal tide generation by seamounts
 Longtime evolution of linearly stratified spinup flows in axisymmetric geometries
 Mixing in flows down gentle slopes into stratified environments
 Mixing regimes for the flow of dense fluid down slopes into stratified environments
 Nonaxisymmetric effects of stratified spinup in an axisymmetric annular channel
 On multiple states in singlelayer flows
 Passive acoustic determination of wavebreaking events and their severity across the spectrum
 Reynolds averaged simulation of flow and heat transfer in ribbed ducts
 Rubber bands as model polymers in Couette flow
 Small amplitude oscillations of a flexible thin blade in a viscous fluid: Exact analytical solution
 Symmetric mode resonance of bubbles attached to a rigid boundary
 The hydrodynamics of an oscillating porous sphere
 The response of a laminar separation bubble to 'aircraft engine representative' freestream disturbances
 Time delays in coupled multibubble systems (L)
 Velocity gradient singularity and structure of the velocity profile in the Knudsen layer according to the Boltzmann equation
 Vortical flow. Part 2. Flow past a sphere in a constantdiameter pipe

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