Kerry Hourigan spends much of his time researching Reynolds number, Mechanics, Classical mechanics, Vortex and Wake. His Reynolds number research incorporates themes from Cylinder, Flow, Vorticity and Amplitude. His studies deal with areas such as Marginal stability and Rotation as well as Cylinder.
His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transverse plane and Vibration. Kerry Hourigan interconnects Drag, Drag coefficient, Kármán vortex street and Cylinder in the investigation of issues within Classical mechanics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Particle image velocimetry, Flow visualization, Laminar flow and Vortex shedding in addition to Vortex.
Kerry Hourigan focuses on Mechanics, Reynolds number, Vortex, Wake and Classical mechanics. As part of one scientific family, Kerry Hourigan deals mainly with the area of Mechanics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Cylinder, and often Rotation. Kerry Hourigan focuses mostly in the field of Reynolds number, narrowing it down to topics relating to Amplitude and, in certain cases, Vibration.
His studies in Vortex integrate themes in fields like Laminar flow, Optics, Flow visualization and Bubble. His Wake course of study focuses on Drag and Lift. His research investigates the connection between Vortex shedding and topics such as Trailing edge that intersect with problems in Leading edge.
His primary areas of study are Mechanics, Reynolds number, Vortex, Wake and Vortex-induced vibration. His study in Mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cylinder, Rotation and Classical mechanics. His Reynolds number research includes themes of Flow, Plane, Drag and Cylinder.
Kerry Hourigan specializes in Vortex, namely Vorticity. His research in Wake intersects with topics in Body force and Rotational symmetry. His Vortex-induced vibration research incorporates elements of Transverse plane and Flow velocity.
Kerry Hourigan mainly investigates Mechanics, Reynolds number, Wake, Cylinder and Rotation. The concepts of his Mechanics study are interwoven with issues in Amplitude and Classical mechanics. A large part of his Reynolds number studies is devoted to Strouhal number.
His study explores the link between Strouhal number and topics such as Freestream that cross with problems in Lift. His Wake research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cylinder and Rotational symmetry. Kerry Hourigan combines subjects such as Marginal stability and Instability with his study of Cylinder.
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Wake transition of a rolling sphere
H. Bolnot;P. Y. Passaggia;T. Leweke;K. Hourigan.
Journal of Visualization (2011)
Three-dimensional instabilities in the wake of a circular cylinder
Mark Thompson;Kerry Hourigan;John Sheridan.
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science (1996)
Flow past a cylinder close to a free surface
Paul J Reichl;Kerry Hourigan;Mark Christopher Thompson.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2005)
From spheres to circular cylinders: the stability and flow structures of bluff ring wakes
Gregory J Sheard;Mark C Thompson;Kerry Hourigan.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2003)
A review of the developments of characteristics of PEI derivatives for gene delivery applications
Shahrouz Taranejoo;Jun Liu;Paul John Verma;Kerry Hourigan.
Journal of Applied Polymer Science (2015)
Aerodynamic sources of acoustic resonance in a duct with baffles
K. Hourigan;M.C. Welsh;M.C. Thompson;A.N. Stokes.
Journal of Fluids and Structures (1990)
Three-dimensional vortex structures in a cylinder wake
J. Wu;J. Sheridan;M. C. Welsh;K. Hourigan.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1996)
SELF-SUSTAINED OSCILLATIONS IN FLOWS AROUND LONG BLUNT PLATES
Kerry Hourigan;Mark C Thompson;Boon T Tan.
Journal of Fluids and Structures (2001)
The beginning of branching behaviour of vortex-induced vibration during two-dimensional flow
Justin Scott Leontini;Mark Christopher Thompson;Kerry Hourigan.
Journal of Fluids and Structures (2006)
Wake state and energy transitions of an oscillating cylinder at low Reynolds number
Justin Scott Leontini;Bronwyn Elaine Stewart;Mark Christopher Thompson;Kerry Hourigan.
Physics of Fluids (2006)
Journal of Fluids and Structures
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