2020 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
2013 - Fluids Engineering Award, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
2012 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his pioneering contributions to the fundamental flow physics of noise, combustion, and propulsion, and the development of flow control methodologies to achieve quiet aircraft engines, clean, stable and efficient combustion, and innovative propulsion systems
His primary areas of study are Mechanics, Combustor, Turbulence, Combustion and Jet. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Optics and Nozzle. His research in Combustor focuses on subjects like Secondary air injection, which are connected to Plenum space.
He studied Turbulence and Vorticity that intersect with Entrainment. Open-channel flow is closely connected to Shear flow in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Combustion. He has researched Jet in several fields, including Mach number, Classical mechanics, Reynolds number, Plane and Supersonic speed.
Ephraim Gutmark spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Combustor, Nozzle, Combustion and Acoustics. Mechanics is represented through his Jet, Turbulence, Vortex, Supersonic speed and Flow research. His Combustor research incorporates elements of Mechanical engineering, Airflow, Fuel injection, Nuclear engineering and Combustion chamber.
His Nozzle research includes elements of Conical surface, Particle image velocimetry and Structural engineering. His Combustion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Waste management, Instability, Control theory and Gas turbines. His Acoustics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Vocal folds, Glottis and Phonation.
His primary areas of investigation include Mechanics, Combustor, Supersonic speed, Acoustics and Nozzle. Jet, Flow, Particle image velocimetry, Vortex and Aspect ratio are the primary areas of interest in his Mechanics study. His Combustor research is classified as research in Combustion.
His study looks at the relationship between Supersonic speed and topics such as Near and far field, which overlap with Surface. His Acoustics research incorporates themes from Flow, Glottis, Characterization and Pressure sensor. The various areas that Ephraim Gutmark examines in his Nozzle study include Turbulence and Inlet.
Ephraim Gutmark mostly deals with Mechanics, Combustor, Combustion, Supersonic speed and Jet. His research in Mechanics intersects with topics in Plenum space and Nozzle. His Combustor research integrates issues from Annulus, Thermodynamics, Amplitude modulation, Coupling and Mixing.
His Combustion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Rocket, Aerospace engineering and Stagnation pressure. The Supersonic speed study combines topics in areas such as Flow, Computational physics, Compressibility, Spectral line and Similarity. The concepts of his Jet study are interwoven with issues in Noise, Choked flow and Flat surface.
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The planar turbulent jet
E. Gutmark;Israel J Wygnanski.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1976)
VORTEX INDUCTION AND MASS ENTRAINMENT IN A SMALL-ASPECT-RATIO ELLIPTIC JET
Chih-Ming Ho;Ephraim Gutmark.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1987)
Flow control with noncircular jets
E. J. Gutmark;F. F. Grinstein.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (1999)
Preferred modes and the spreading rates of jets
Ephraim Gutmark;Chih‐Ming Ho.
Physics of Fluids (1983)
Combustion instability related to vortex shedding in dump combustors and their passive control
K.C. Schadow;E. Gutmark.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (1992)
Mixing enhancement in supersonic free shear flows
E. J. Gutmark;K. C. Schadow;K. H. Yu.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (1995)
Validation of computational fluid dynamics methodology used for human upper airway flow simulations.
Goutham Mylavarapu;Shanmugam Murugappan;Mihai Mihaescu;Maninder Kalra.
Journal of Biomechanics (2009)
Far-Field Acoustic Investigation into Chevron Nozzle Mechanisms and Trends
Bryan Callender;Ephraim J. Gutmark;Steve Martens.
AIAA Journal (2005)
Excitation of Thermoacoustic Instabilities by Interaction of Acoustics and Unstable Swirling Flow
Christian Oliver Paschereit;Ephraim Gutmark;Wolfgang Weisenstein.
AIAA Journal (2000)
Large-Scale Coherent Structures as Drivers of Combustion Instability
K. C. Schadow;E. Gutmark;T. P. Parr;D. M. Parr.
Combustion Science and Technology (1989)
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