His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Turbulence, Classical mechanics, Boundary layer and Direct numerical simulation. Neil D. Sandham regularly links together related areas like Optics in his Mechanics studies. In his study, Finite thickness and NACA airfoil is inextricably linked to Sound pressure, which falls within the broad field of Turbulence.
The Boundary layer study combines topics in areas such as Oblique shock, Shock wave and Shock. The various areas that he examines in his Direct numerical simulation study include Trailing edge, Turbulence modeling, Boundary value problem and Aeroacoustics. His Mach number research incorporates themes from Hypersonic speed, Meteorology and Instability.
Mechanics, Turbulence, Mach number, Boundary layer and Direct numerical simulation are his primary areas of study. His study on Mechanics is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Classical mechanics. Neil D. Sandham has researched Turbulence in several fields, including Flow, Compressibility and Trailing edge.
His Mach number research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Acoustics, Compressible flow, Supersonic speed and Shock. His research integrates issues of Oblique shock, Shock wave, Shock and Flow in his study of Boundary layer. His Direct numerical simulation research focuses on subjects like Turbulence modeling, which are linked to K-epsilon turbulence model.
His main research concerns Mechanics, Mach number, Boundary layer, Turbulence and Laminar flow. His study in Mechanics concentrates on Reynolds number, Direct numerical simulation, Airfoil, Flow and Shock. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Direct numerical simulation, Compressible flow is strongly linked to Navier–Stokes equations.
His studies deal with areas such as Flow, Hypersonic speed, Instability, Freestream and Supersonic speed as well as Mach number. His study in Boundary layer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Oblique shock, Shock wave, Surface finish, Work and Coolant. Neil D. Sandham combines subjects such as Vorticity, Surface, Stall and Dissipative system with his study of Turbulence.
Neil D. Sandham mainly focuses on Mechanics, Mach number, Turbulence, Reynolds number and Direct numerical simulation. Mechanics and Shock are commonly linked in his work. Neil D. Sandham interconnects Acoustics, Hypersonic speed, Laminar flow, Pitot tube and Boundary layer in the investigation of issues within Mach number.
His studies in Turbulence integrate themes in fields like Plenum chamber, Streamlines, streaklines, and pathlines, Transition point and Vortex, Vorticity. His Reynolds number research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Surface finish, Laminar-turbulent transition, Numerical stability, Airfoil and Mean flow. His Direct numerical simulation research includes elements of Drag, Porosity, Smoothness and Scaling.
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Low-Dissipative High-Order Shock-Capturing Methods Using Characteristic-Based Filters
H.C Yee;N.D Sandham;M.J Djomehri.
Journal of Computational Physics (1999)
Direct numerical simulation of'short' laminar separation bubbles with turbulent reattachment
M. Alam;N. D. Sandham.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2000)
Direct numerical simulations of forced and unforced separation bubbles on an airfoil at incidence
L. E. Jones;R. D. Sandberg;N. D. Sandham.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2008)
THREE-DIMENSIONAL SIMULATIONS OF LARGE EDDIES IN THE COMPRESSIBLE MIXING LAYER
N. D. Sandham;W. C. Reynolds.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1991)
Large-eddy simulation of low-frequency unsteadiness in a turbulent shock-induced separation bubble
Emile Touber;Neil D. Sandham.
Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics (2009)
Compressible mixing layer growth rate and turbulence characteristics
A.W. Vreman;N.D. Sandham;K.H. Luo.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1996)
Compressible mixing layer - Linear theory and direct simulation
N. D. Sandham;W. C. Reynolds.
AIAA Journal (1990)
Wall Pressure and Shear Stress Spectra from Direct Simulations of Channel Flow
Zhiwei Hu;Christopher L. Morfey;Neil D. Sandham.
AIAA Journal (2006)
Entropy Splitting for High Order Numerical Simulation of Compressible Turbulence
N.D. Sandham;Q. Li;H.C. Yee.
Journal of Computational Physics (2002)
Closure Strategies for Turbulent and Transitional Flows
B. E. Launder;Neil D. Sandham.
Cambridge University Press; 2002. (2002)
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