1988 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1971 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1970 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation Also approved by the Division of Plasma Physics
Norman J. Zabusky links adjacent fields of study such as Euler's formula, Euler equations and Piecewise in the subject of Mathematical analysis. Norman J. Zabusky regularly ties together related areas like Shock wave in his Mechanics studies. His work on Perturbation (astronomy) expands to the thematically related Quantum mechanics. Norman J. Zabusky incorporates Classical mechanics and Mathematical physics in his studies. Mathematical physics and Classical mechanics are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. In his work, Norman J. Zabusky performs multidisciplinary research in Vortex and Vorticity. Norman J. Zabusky integrates Vorticity and Circulation (fluid dynamics) in his research. He performs multidisciplinary study on Circulation (fluid dynamics) and Vortex in his works. Borrowing concepts from Korteweg–de Vries equation, he weaves in ideas under Nonlinear system.
A significant part of his Vortex research incorporates Vorticity and Vortex ring studies. His research on Quantum mechanics frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Nonlinear system. Norman J. Zabusky undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Geometry and Mechanics through his research. Many of his studies on Internal medicine involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Shock (circulatory). Shock (circulatory) is often connected to Internal medicine in his work. Norman J. Zabusky conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Turbulence and Vortex through his works. In his works, Norman J. Zabusky performs multidisciplinary study on Thermodynamics and Quantum mechanics. His research on Acoustics frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Dynamics (music). His Dynamics (music) study often links to related topics such as Acoustics.
His work in Dynamics (music) addresses subjects such as Acoustics, which are connected to disciplines such as Lattice (music). His study in Acoustics extends to Lattice (music) with its themes. His Geometry study typically links adjacent topics like Scaling, Surface (topology) and Plane (geometry). His research brings together the fields of Geometry and Scaling. He is investigating Soliton and Korteweg–de Vries equation as part of his examination of Nonlinear system. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Korteweg–de Vries equation and Nonlinear system through his works. Mathematical analysis is intertwined with Domain (mathematical analysis) and Frequency domain in his research. He integrates Domain (mathematical analysis) with Mathematical analysis in his study. His study in Lagrangian coherent structures extends to Mechanics with its themes.
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Interaction of "Solitons" in a Collisionless Plasma and the Recurrence of Initial States
N. J. Zabusky;M. D. Kruskal.
Physical Review Letters (1965)
Contour Dynamics for the Euler Equations in Two Dimensions
Norman J. Zabusky;M.H. Hughes;K.V. Roberts.
Journal of Computational Physics (1997)
Symmetric vortex merger in two dimensions - Causes and conditions
M. V. Melander;N. J. Zabusky;J. C. Mcwilliams.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1988)
Vortex Waves: Stationary "VStates," Interactions, Recurrence, and Breaking
Gary S. Deem;Norman J. Zabusky.
Physical Review Letters (1978)
Axisymmetrization and vorticity-gradient intensification of an isolated two-dimensional vortex through filamentation
M. V. Melander;J. C. Mcwilliams;N. J. Zabusky.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1987)
Visualizing features and tracking their evolution
R. Samtaney;D. Silver;N. Zabusky;J. Cao.
IEEE Computer (1994)
Korteweg‐deVries Equation and Generalizations. V. Uniqueness and Nonexistence of Polynomial Conservation Laws
Martin D. Kruskal;Robert M. Miura;Clifford S. Gardner;Norman J. Zabusky.
Journal of Mathematical Physics (1970)
Visiometrics, Juxtaposition and Modeling
Norman J. Zabusky;Deborah Silver;Richard Pelz;Vizgroup.
Physics Today (1993)
A Synergetic Approach to Problems of Nonlinear Dispersive Wave Propagation and Interaction
Norman J. Zabusky.
Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations#R##N#A Symposium on Methods of Solution (1967)
VORTEX PARADIGM FOR ACCELERATED INHOMOGENEOUS FLOWS: Visiometrics for the Rayleigh-Taylor and Richtmyer-Meshkov Environments
Norman J. Zabusky.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (1999)
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