His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Boundary layer, Mach number, Flow separation and Turbulence. His Mechanics study frequently links to other fields, such as Classical mechanics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Shock wave, Compressible flow, Supersonic speed and Unstructured grid in addition to Boundary layer.
The concepts of his Mach number study are interwoven with issues in Computational fluid dynamics and Shock. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mathematical analysis, Total pressure and Vortex generator. His studies in Turbulence integrate themes in fields like Fin and Optics.
His primary areas of study are Mechanics, Boundary layer, Mach number, Turbulence and Shock wave. His work in Mechanics tackles topics such as Classical mechanics which are related to areas like Pitot tube. Doyle Knight has researched Boundary layer in several fields, including Hypersonic speed, Fin, Computational fluid dynamics and Laminar flow.
His Mach number study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Freestream, Optics and Shock. His studies deal with areas such as Navier–Stokes equations, Compressibility, Geometry and Inviscid flow as well as Turbulence. His Shock wave study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Perfect gas, Heat transfer and Shock.
Doyle Knight mainly focuses on Mechanics, Mach number, Boundary layer, Laminar flow and Shock wave. His work in Choked flow, Drag, Perfect gas, Supersonic speed and Hypersonic flow are all subfields of Mechanics research. His study in Mach number is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Freestream, Optics and Shock.
His Boundary layer research incorporates themes from Reynolds stress equation model and Condensed matter physics. The various areas that Doyle Knight examines in his Laminar flow study include Turbulence, Flow separation, Inflow and Boundary value problem. His Shock wave research includes elements of Hypersonic speed, Laminar sublayer, Fin and Classical mechanics.
Doyle Knight mainly investigates Mechanics, Mach number, Shock wave, Boundary layer and Choked flow. His study ties his expertise on Impulse together with the subject of Mechanics. As a part of the same scientific study, Doyle Knight usually deals with the Shock wave, concentrating on Classical mechanics and frequently concerns with Flow separation, Mach wave and Laminar sublayer.
His Boundary layer research includes themes of Turbulence and Laminar flow. As part of one scientific family, Doyle Knight deals mainly with the area of Laminar flow, narrowing it down to issues related to the Hypersonic speed, and often Computational fluid dynamics and Direct numerical simulation. His work carried out in the field of Choked flow brings together such families of science as Optics, Stagnation pressure and Shock.
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Advances in CFD prediction of shock wave turbulent boundary layer interactions
Doyle Knight;Hong Yan;Argyris G. Panaras;Alexander Zheltovodov.
Progress in Aerospace Sciences (2003)
Survey of Aerodynamic Drag Reduction at High Speed by Energy Deposition
Doyle D. Knight.
Journal of Propulsion and Power (2008)
Large-Eddy Simulation of a Supersonic Boundary Layer Using an Unstructured Grid
Gerald Urbin;Doyle Knight.
AIAA Journal (2001)
Control of edney IV interaction by pulsed laser energy deposition
Russell G. Adelgren;Hong Yan;Gregory S. Elliott;Doyle D. Knight.
AIAA Journal (2005)
Compressible large eddy simulation using unstructured grids
Doyle Knight;Gang Zhou;Nora Okong'o;Vijay Shukla.
36th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, 1998 (1998)
Laser Energy Deposition in Quiescent Air
H. Yan;R. Adelgren;M. Boguszko;G. Elliott.
AIAA Journal (2003)
Shock wave boundary layer interactions in high Mach number flows: A critical survey of current CFD prediction capabilities
D.D. Knight;Gérard Degrez.
A new approach to the rationale discovery of polymeric biomaterials.
Joachim Kohn;William J. Welsh;Doyle Knight.
Survey of aerodynamic flow control at high speed by energy deposition
Doyle Knight;V. Kuchinskiy;A. Kuranov;E. Sheikin.
41st Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit 2003 (2003)
Assessment of CFD capability for prediction of hypersonic shock interactions
Doyle Knight;José Longo;Dimitris Drikakis;Datta Gaitonde.
Progress in Aerospace Sciences (2012)
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