Our latest research into magnetohydrodynamic duct flows reveals the path from three-dimensional optimal disturbances (as shown) to two-dimensional structures aligned with the magnetic field.
Visitor Professor Alban Potherat's farewell dinner The Sheard Lab, 18 Oct 2018
This evening we bade farewell to our recent visiting colleague, Professor Alban Potherat of Coventry University, UK. We are shown here at Japanese restaurant Nishikian, L to R: Oliver, Alban, Greg, Peyman, Zhi, Tony and Tzekih.
Professor Alban Potherat visits our lab The Sheard Lab, 13 Oct 2018
Professor Alban Potherat, Coventry University, visits the Sheard Lab at Monash University. Here we gathered for dinner at Airstream Cafe near the Monash University campus. L to R: Sneha, Sajjad, Alban, Tony, Oliver, Zhi, Tzekih and Peyman.
We congratulate Dr Azan Sapardi on the conferral of his PhD today. Azan's PhD delivered new insights into the hydrodynamic and magnetohydrodynamic flows around 180-degree bends and their stability.
From three-dimensional to quasi-two-dimensional: Transient growth in magnetohydrodynamic duct flows.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 861, 382-406, 2019.
High resolution propagation-based imaging system for in vivo dynamic computed tomography of lungs in small animals.
Physics in Medicine and Biology 63 (8), 08NT03, 2018.
Cardiogenic flows in the lung revealed using synchrotron-based dynamic lung imaging.
Scientific Reports 8, 4930, 2018.
Stability of the wakes of cylinders with triangular cross-sections.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 844, 721-745, 2018.
Array-source X-ray velocimetry.
Optics Express 26 (2), 935-950, 2018.
Effect of vortex promoter shape on heat transfer in MHD duct flow with axial magnetic field.
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 134, 453-464, 2018.