The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mechanics, Particle image velocimetry, Turbulence, Classical mechanics and Vortex. Jet, Flow visualization, Flow, Strouhal number and Water tunnel are the subjects of his Mechanics studies. His research on Particle image velocimetry also deals with topics like
His work deals with themes such as Enstrophy, Laminar flow, Angle of attack, Boundary layer and Vertical axis wind turbine, which intersect with Turbulence. His Classical mechanics research incorporates elements of Direct numerical simulation and Reynolds number. He works mostly in the field of Vortex, limiting it down to concerns involving Leading edge and, occasionally, Flow separation, Shear flow and Large eddy simulation.
Julio Soria mainly investigates Mechanics, Turbulence, Particle image velocimetry, Reynolds number and Optics. His Mechanics study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Classical mechanics. His Turbulence research includes themes of Geometry, Boundary and Vorticity.
His Particle image velocimetry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Image resolution, Water tunnel and Vector field. He usually deals with Reynolds number and limits it to topics linked to Airfoil and Angle of attack and Leading edge. His work carried out in the field of Vortex brings together such families of science as Flow visualization and Strouhal number.
His main research concerns Mechanics, Turbulence, Boundary layer, Particle image velocimetry and Reynolds number. The study of Mechanics is intertwined with the study of Boundary value problem in a number of ways. His Turbulence course of study focuses on Near and far field and Saddle point.
His Particle image velocimetry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Image resolution, Field of view, Optics, Velocity gradient and Flow velocity. His Reynolds number study incorporates themes from Geometry and Near wall. His Jet research also works with subjects such as
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Particle image velocimetry, Reynolds number, Supersonic speed and Turbulence. His study ties his expertise on Boundary value problem together with the subject of Mechanics. Julio Soria has researched Particle image velocimetry in several fields, including Amplitude, Wavelength, Optics, Plume and Turbulence kinetic energy.
His studies deal with areas such as Shock, Shock diamond and Boundary layer as well as Reynolds number. His work deals with themes such as Large eddy simulation and Sound production, which intersect with Supersonic speed. Julio Soria focuses mostly in the field of Turbulence, narrowing it down to matters related to Flow and, in some cases, Backflow.
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The evolution of round zero-net-mass-flux jets
John E. Cater;Julio Soria.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2002)
An efficient simultaneous reconstruction technique for tomographic particle image velocimetry
Callum Atkinson;Julio Soria.
Experiments in Fluids (2009)
An investigation of the near wake of a circular cylinder using a video-based digital cross-correlation particle image velocimetry technique
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science (1996)
A study of the fine‐scale motions of incompressible time‐developing mixing layers
J. Soria;R. Sondergaard;B. J. Cantwell;M. S. Chong.
Physics of Fluids (1994)
A Study of the Evolution and Characteristics of the Invariants of the Velocity Gradient Tensor in Isotropic Turbulence
Andrew Ooi;Jesus Martin;Julio Soria;M. S. Chong.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1999)
Turbulence structures of wall-bounded shear flows found using DNS data
M. S. Chong;J. Soria;A. E. Perry;J. Chacin.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1998)
Particle image velocimetry measurements of a backward-facing step flow
J. Kostas;J. Soria;M. S. Chong.
Experiments in Fluids (2002)
A comparison between snapshot POD analysis of PIV velocity and vorticity data
J. Kostas;J. Soria;M. S. Chong.
Experiments in Fluids (2005)
Flow structures behind a heaving and pitching finite-span wing
K. D. Von Ellenrieder;K. Parker;J. Soria.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2003)
Autocorrelation Functions and the Determination of Integral Length with Reference to Experimental and Numerical Data
Philippa L O'Neill;David Nicolaides;Damon Robert Honnery;Julio Soria.
Autocorrelation Functions and the Determination of Integral Length with Reference to Experimental and Numerical Data (2004)
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