Kamran Mohseni spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Vortex, Vortex ring, Classical mechanics and Starting vortex. His Mechanics study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Impulse. His Vortex research includes elements of Lift-to-drag ratio, Lift-induced drag, Drag coefficient, Wing and Stall.
His Vortex ring research incorporates themes from Propulsion, Jet propulsion, Wake, Cylinder and Synthetic jet. Kamran Mohseni combines subjects such as Flow, External flow, Mathematical analysis, Nozzle and Fluid dynamics with his study of Classical mechanics. His studies in Starting vortex integrate themes in fields like Airfoil and Geometry.
His primary areas of study are Mechanics, Vortex, Classical mechanics, Mathematical analysis and Control theory. His study involves Vortex ring, Reynolds number, Jet, Vorticity and Starting vortex, a branch of Mechanics. Kamran Mohseni has included themes like Aerodynamics and Stall in his Reynolds number study.
In his research on the topic of Jet, Turbulence is strongly related with Synthetic jet. His research investigates the connection between Vortex and topics such as Airfoil that intersect with issues in Vortex shedding. His work in Control theory covers topics such as Underwater which are related to areas like Propulsion and Aerospace engineering.
Kamran Mohseni mainly investigates Mechanics, Vortex, Vorticity, Control theory and Underwater. Mechanics and Surface tension are commonly linked in his work. His research in Vortex intersects with topics in Leading edge, Geometry, Stall and Alula.
The Vorticity study combines topics in areas such as Dipole, Classical mechanics, Singularity, Contact line and Reynolds number. His Control theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Aerodynamics and Accelerometer. His Jet research incorporates elements of Synthetic jet and Vortex ring.
His primary areas of investigation include Mechanics, Vortex, Underwater, Vorticity and Inertial navigation system. His Mechanics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Synthetic jet. His Synthetic jet research focuses on Vortex ring and how it relates to Classical mechanics and Particle image velocimetry.
His research on Vortex also deals with topics like
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Numerical Treatment of Polar Coordinate Singularities
Kamran Mohseni;Tim Colonius.
Journal of Computational Physics (2000)
SensorFlock: an airborne wireless sensor network of micro-air vehicles
Jude Allred;Ahmad Bilal Hasan;Saroch Panichsakul;William Pisano.
international conference on embedded networked sensor systems (2007)
A model for universal time scale of vortex ring formation
Kamran Mohseni;Morteza Gharib.
Physics of Fluids (1998)
Numerical experiments on vortex ring formation
Kamran Mohseni;Hongyu Ran;Tim Colonius.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2001)
Numerical simulations of the Lagrangian averaged Navier-Stokes equations for homogeneous isotropic turbulence
Kamran Mohseni;Branko Kosović;Steve Shkoller;Jerrold E. Marsden.
Physics of Fluids (2003)
Simulation of flow patterns generated by the hydromedusa Aequorea victoria using an arbitrary Lagrangian–Eulerian formulation
Journal of Computational Physics (2009)
Pulsatile vortex generators for low-speed maneuvering of small underwater vehicles
Ocean Engineering (2006)
Thrust Characterization of a Bioinspired Vortex Ring Thruster for Locomotion of Underwater Robots
M. Krieg;K. Mohseni.
IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering (2008)
Lift Evaluation of a 2D Flapping Flat Plate
Xi Xia;Kamran Mohseni.
arXiv: Fluid Dynamics (2012)
Lift evaluation of a two-dimensional pitching flat plate
X. Xia;K. Mohseni.
Physics of Fluids (2013)
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