His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Reynolds number, Airfoil, Brake and Vibration. His work carried out in the field of Mechanics brings together such families of science as Wind power and Optics. His studies in Airfoil integrate themes in fields like Strouhal number and Vortex shedding.
His studies deal with areas such as Control theory and Nonlinear system as well as Brake. His work deals with themes such as Zoology, Rhinotermitidae, Foraging, Ecology and Cryptotermes domesticus, which intersect with Vibration. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Trailing edge and Flapping.
Joseph C. S. Lai focuses on Mechanics, Reynolds number, Acoustics, Vibration and Flapping. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Classical mechanics and Optics. His Reynolds number study incorporates themes from Immersed boundary method, Lattice Boltzmann methods and Wavenumber.
His Vibration research includes themes of Acoustic radiation, Structural engineering, Brake, Disc brake and Nonlinear system. His research investigates the link between Flapping and topics such as Aerodynamics that cross with problems in Wing and Thrust. His studies deal with areas such as Trailing edge and Wake as well as Vortex.
Joseph C. S. Lai spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Reynolds number, Lattice Boltzmann methods, Flapping and Lift. Joseph C. S. Lai works in the field of Mechanics, focusing on Vortex in particular. Joseph C. S. Lai interconnects Stall and Vortex shedding in the investigation of issues within Vortex.
His studies in Reynolds number integrate themes in fields like Trailing edge, Immersed boundary method, Plane and Amplitude. He has researched Lattice Boltzmann methods in several fields, including Fluid dynamics, Weissenberg number, Open-channel flow and Control theory. His study on Lift also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Mechanics, Lift, Wing, Reynolds number and Flapping. Mechanics and Kinematics are commonly linked in his work. Within one scientific family, Joseph C. S. Lai focuses on topics pertaining to Aerodynamics under Lift, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Geometry.
His Wing research includes elements of Wing loading and Propulsion. His study in Reynolds number is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both FOIL method, Flexural rigidity, Shear rate, Torsion spring and Plane. The concepts of his Flapping study are interwoven with issues in Flow separation, Classical mechanics, Turbine, Vortex and Stall.
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Noise of polyphase electric motors
Jacek F. Gieras;Chong Wang;Joseph Cho Lai.
Flapping Wing Aerodynamics: Progress and Challenges
Max F. Platzer;Kevin D. Jones;John Young;Joseph C. S. Lai.
AIAA Journal (2008)
Jet characteristics of a plunging airfoil
J. C. S. Lai;M. F. Platzer.
AIAA Journal (1999)
Brake squeal: a literature review
Antti Papinniemi;Joseph C.S. Lai;Jiye Zhao;Lyndon Loader.
Applied Acoustics (2002)
Oscillation Frequency and Amplitude Effects on the Wake of a Plunging Airfoil
John Young;Joseph C. S. Lai.
AIAA Journal (2004)
A review of progress and challenges in flapping foil power generation
John Young;Joseph C.S. Lai;Max F. Platzer.
Progress in Aerospace Sciences (2014)
Reynolds number, thickness and camber effects on flapping airfoil propulsion
M.A. Ashraf;J. Young;J.C.S. Lai.
Journal of Fluids and Structures (2011)
Comparison of flow characteristics in the near field of two parallel plane jets and an offset plane jet
A. Nasr;J. C. S. Lai.
Physics of Fluids (1997)
Statistical analysis of brake squeal noise
S. Oberst;J.C.S. Lai.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (2011)
Mechanisms Influencing the Efficiency of Oscillating Airfoil Propulsion
John Young;Joseph C. S. Lai.
AIAA Journal (2007)
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