Mechanical Engineering Publications & Research

 
 

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Collections within Mechanical Engineering Publications & Research

  • Collection of scholarship submitted by Dr. Hamid Johari

Recent Submissions

  • Johari, Hamid (American Institute of Physics, 1990)
    The minimum molecular scale mixing rate of the turbulent plume was found by measurements of the plume "flame length" under various initial conditions. A simple derivation based on the self-similar properties of plumes ...
  • Johari, Hamid (American Institute of Physics, 1995)
    Employing an aqueous acid-base reaction, the minimum mixing rate of turbulent vortex rings was investigated in a water tank. Vortex rings were generated by a simple apparatus with a cylindrical geometry. The released fluid ...
  • Johari, Hamid (American Institute of Physics, 1995)
    Employing an aqueous acid-base reaction, the minimun mixing rate of turbulent vortex rings was investigated in a water tank. Vortex rings were generated by a simple apparatus with a cylindrical geometry. The released fluid ...
  • Johari, Hamid; Fang, H. (American Institute of Physics, 1997)
    Laminar vortex rings propagating horizontally in linearly stratified media were investigated in a water tank using the laser-induced fluorescence flow visualization technique. The vortex rings were observed to develop an ...
  • Johari, Hamid; Stein, K. (American Institute of Physics, 2002)
    The near wake of an impulsively started disk was studied computationally by a finite element code with a Smagorinsky turbulence model. The shear layer separating from the disk lip rolled up into a symmetric starting vortex ...