Bernd R. Noack mainly focuses on Mechanics, Wake, Galerkin method, Nonlinear system and Turbulence. Mechanics and Classical mechanics are commonly linked in his work. His Wake research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Drag, Shear flow and Cylinder.
His Galerkin method study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mathematical analysis, Laminar flow, Incompressible flow, Compressibility and Applied mathematics. The Nonlinear system study combines topics in areas such as Feature, Lift, Feature vector, Interpretability and Algorithm. His Turbulence research focuses on subjects like Control engineering, which are linked to Artificial neural network and Reduced order.
Bernd R. Noack mostly deals with Mechanics, Wake, Turbulence, Control theory and Galerkin method. His Mechanics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Classical mechanics. His Wake study combines topics in areas such as Laminar flow, Cylinder, Particle image velocimetry, Bluff and Mean flow.
His study on Turbulence also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Drag, Mechanics, Reynolds number, Turbulence and Boundary layer. His research in Drag intersects with topics in Aerodynamics, Control theory, Reduction, Flow and Wake. His study in Wake is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bluff, Actuator and Mathematical analysis.
His Mechanics research incorporates elements of Amplitude, Surface wave and Field. Bernd R. Noack works in the field of Reynolds number, namely Vortex shedding. His work deals with themes such as Isotropy, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics, Thermal and Compressibility, which intersect with Turbulence.
Bernd R. Noack spends much of his time researching Drag, Control theory, Mechanics, Reynolds number and Reduction. His Drag study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fluidics, Turbulence, Aerodynamics and Boundary layer. His studies deal with areas such as Mathematical analysis and Forcing as well as Turbulence.
His research on Mechanics frequently links to adjacent areas such as Field. His Reynolds number research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Flow separation, Wake and Angle of attack. His research integrates issues of Manifold and Vortex shedding in his study of Wake.
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A hierarchy of low-dimensional models for the transient and post-transient cylinder wake
Bernd R. Noack;Konstantin Afanasiev;Marek Morzynski;Gilead Tadmor.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2003)
On the transition of the cylinder wake
Hong‐Quan Zhang;Uwe Fey;Bernd R. Noack;Michael König.
Physics of Fluids (1995)
Machine Learning for Fluid Mechanics
Steven L. Brunton;Bernd R. Noack;Bernd R. Noack;Petros Koumoutsakos.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (2020)
Arrangement for controlling fluid jets injected into a fluid stream
Fabio R. Bertolotti;David S. Liscinsky;Vincent C. Nardone;Michael K. Sahm.
Three-dimensional coherent structures in a swirling jet undergoing vortex breakdown: stability analysis and empirical mode construction
Kilian Oberleithner;Moritz Sieber;Christian Nayeri;Christian Paschereit.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2011)
The need for a pressure-term representation in empirical Galerkin models of incompressible shear flows
Bernd R. Noack;Paul Papas;Peter A. Monkewitz.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2005)
Closed-Loop Turbulence Control: Progress and Challenges
Steven L. Brunton;Bernd R. Noack.
Applied Mechanics Reviews (2015)
Feedback shear layer control for bluff body drag reduction
Mark Pastoor;Lars Henning;Bernd R. Noack;Rudibert King.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2008)
Reduced-Order Modelling for Flow Control
Bernd R. Noack;Marek Morzynski;Gilead Tadmor.
A global stability analysis of the steady and periodic cylinder wake
Bernd R. Noack;Helmut Eckelmann.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1994)
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