His main research concerns Mechanics, Classical mechanics, Viscoelasticity, Shear flow and Constitutive equation. His research ties Advection and Mechanics together. His studies in Classical mechanics integrate themes in fields like Mixing, Chaotic mixing and Hagen–Poiseuille equation.
His Viscoelasticity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Pressure drop, Shear thinning and Newtonian fluid. MA Martien Hulsen usually deals with Shear flow and limits it to topics linked to Couette flow and Mesh generation and Magnetosphere particle motion. His Constitutive equation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Discretization and Applied mathematics.
MA Martien Hulsen mainly investigates Mechanics, Viscoelasticity, Finite element method, Classical mechanics and Newtonian fluid. His Mechanics research focuses on subjects like Shear rate, which are linked to Flow. His research integrates issues of Rheology, Viscosity, Constitutive equation and Magnetosphere particle motion in his study of Viscoelasticity.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Finite element method, Mathematical analysis are connected with Geometry and other disciplines. His Classical mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Boundary value problem, Fictitious domain method and Extended finite element method. His research in Newtonian fluid tackles topics such as Drop which are related to areas like Surface tension.
MA Martien Hulsen spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Finite element method, Viscoelasticity, Newtonian fluid and Viscosity. His is involved in several facets of Mechanics study, as is seen by his studies on Simple shear and Shear flow. MA Martien Hulsen combines subjects such as Couette flow and Weissenberg number with his study of Shear flow.
His work carried out in the field of Finite element method brings together such families of science as Flow, Selective laser sintering, Drop and Mathematical analysis. His Viscoelasticity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Elasticity, Rheology, Orientation, Dynamics and Constitutive equation. His Newtonian fluid research is under the purview of Classical mechanics.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Viscoelasticity, Finite element method, Newtonian fluid and Viscosity. MA Martien Hulsen studies Shear flow which is a part of Mechanics. His Viscoelasticity study incorporates themes from Elasticity, Rheology, Constitutive equation and Isothermal process.
His Constitutive equation research includes elements of Radius and Classical mechanics, Inertia. MA Martien Hulsen works mostly in the field of Finite element method, limiting it down to topics relating to Cylinder and, in certain cases, Deformation, Numerical stability, Flow and Viscous liquid. His work deals with themes such as Inflow, Square and Bifurcation, which intersect with Newtonian fluid.
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Flow of viscoelastic fluids past a cylinder at high Weissenberg number : stabilized simulations using matrix logarithms
Martien A. Hulsen;Raanan Fattal;Raz Kupferman.
Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics (2005)
Drag reduction by polymer additives in a turbulent pipe flow : numerical and laboratory experiments
den Jmj Jaap Toonder;MA Martien Hulsen;Gdc Kuiken;Ftm Nieuwstadt.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1997)
Simulation of viscoelastic flows using Brownian configuration fields
MA Martien Hulsen;van Apg Ton Heel;van den Bhaa Ben Brule.
Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics (1997)
Turbulent channel flow near maximum drag reduction: simulations, experiments and mechanisms
PK Ptasinski;BJ Boersma;Ftm Nieuwstadt;MA Martien Hulsen.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2003)
Experiments in Turbulent Pipe Flow with Polymer Additives at Maximum Drag Reduction
PK Ptasinski;Ftm Nieuwstadt;van den Bhaa Ben Brule;MA Martien Hulsen.
Flow Turbulence and Combustion (2001)
Brownian configuration fields and variance reduced CONNFFESSIT
HC Öttinger;van den Bhaa Ben Brule;MA Martien Hulsen.
Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics (1997)
Direct simulations of particle suspensions in a viscoelastic fluid in sliding bi-periodic frames
WR Wook Ryol Hwang;MA Martien Hulsen;Heh Han Meijer.
Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics (2004)
A sufficient condition for a positive definite configuration tensor in differential models
MA Martien Hulsen.
Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics (1990)
Chaotic mixing induced by a magnetic chain in a rotating magnetic field.
TG Tae Gon Kang;MA Martien Hulsen;PD Patrick Anderson;Jmj Jaap den Toonder.
Physical Review E (2007)
Direct simulation of particle suspensions in sliding bi-periodic frames
Wook Ryol Hwang;Martien A. Hulsen;Han E. H. Meijer.
Journal of Computational Physics (2004)
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