2012 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For pioneering contributions to linear and nonlinear hydrodynamic stability and numerical simulations of transitional and turbulent flows, including indepth understanding of the concept of receptivity, bypass transition and flows over complex surfaces, as well as feedback control of these flows
Dan S. Henningson focuses on Mechanics, Classical mechanics, Boundary layer, Turbulence and Reynolds number. Mechanics is closely attributed to Streak in his research. Dan S. Henningson has included themes like Laminar flow, Flow separation, Vorticity, Couette flow and Direct numerical simulation in his Classical mechanics study.
In general Boundary layer, his work in Boundary layer thickness and Tollmien–Schlichting wave is often linked to Wave packet and Plate tectonics linking many areas of study. His research in Turbulence intersects with topics in Leading edge and Computer simulation. His studies deal with areas such as Hagen–Poiseuille equation and Nonlinear system as well as Reynolds number.
Dan S. Henningson mostly deals with Mechanics, Boundary layer, Turbulence, Classical mechanics and Reynolds number. His work in the fields of Direct numerical simulation, Vortex, Laminar flow and Instability overlaps with other areas such as Materials science. The concepts of his Boundary layer study are interwoven with issues in Flow, Boundary and Control theory.
His Turbulence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Couette flow, Hagen–Poiseuille equation and Nonlinear system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Streak, Flow separation, Vorticity, Amplitude and Pressure gradient in addition to Classical mechanics. Dan S. Henningson has researched Reynolds number in several fields, including Pipe flow, Mathematical analysis and Wavenumber.
His main research concerns Mechanics, Boundary layer, Turbulence, Reynolds number and Vortex. His Mechanics study which covers Suction that intersects with Adverse pressure gradient. His Boundary layer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Linear-quadratic-Gaussian control, Laminar flow and Control theory.
As part of one scientific family, Dan S. Henningson deals mainly with the area of Turbulence, narrowing it down to issues related to the Classical mechanics, and often Rotor. His Reynolds number research includes themes of Bounded function, Mathematical analysis, Resolvent, Pipe flow and Turbulence kinetic energy. His work deals with themes such as Displacement, Instability and Wavenumber, which intersect with Vortex.
Dan S. Henningson mainly investigates Boundary layer, Turbulence, Mechanics, Reynolds number and Mathematical analysis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Transfer function, Control theory, Laminar flow, Linear-quadratic-Gaussian control and Direct numerical simulation. His Turbulence study incorporates themes from Flow, Thrust and Nonlinear system.
His Mechanics research includes elements of Classical mechanics and Wing. The Reynolds number study combines topics in areas such as Vortex and Bounded function. His research in Mathematical analysis intersects with topics in Prandtl number and Eigenfunction.
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Stability and Transition in Shear Flows. Applied Mathematical Sciences, Vol. 142
PJ Schmid;DS Henningson;DF Jankowski.
Applied Mechanics Reviews (2002)
Stability and Transition in Shear Flows
Peter J. Schmid;Dan S. Henningson.
Spectral analysis of nonlinear flows
Clarence Rowley;Igor Mezic;Shervin Bagheri;Philipp Schlatter.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2009)
Energy growth in viscous channel flows
Satish C. Reddy;Dan S. Henningson.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1993)
Optimal disturbances and bypass transition in boundary layers
Paul Andersson;Martin Berggren;Dan S. Henningson.
Physics of Fluids (1999)
Pseudospectra of the Orr-Sommerfeld operator
Satish C. Reddy;Peter J. Schmid;Dan S. Henningson.
Siam Journal on Applied Mathematics (1993)
On the breakdown of boundary layer streaks
Paul Andersson;Luca Brandt;Alessandro Bottaro;Dan S. Henningson.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2001)
Transition in boundary layers subject to free-stream turbulence
Luca Brandt;Philipp Schlatter;Dan S. Henningson.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2004)
On stability of streamwise streaks and transition thresholds in plane channel flows
Satish C. Reddy;Peter J. Schmid;Jeffrey S. Baggett;Dan S. Henningson.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1998)
SIMSON : A Pseudo-Spectral Solver for Incompressible Boundary Layer Flows
Mattias Chevalier;Philipp Schlatter;Anders Lundbladh;Dan S. Henningson.
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