Radhakrishna Sureshkumar mainly investigates Turbulence, Nanotechnology, Viscoelasticity, Drag and Mechanics. In his research, Hopf bifurcation, Linear stability and Instability is intimately related to Classical mechanics, which falls under the overarching field of Turbulence. The study incorporates disciplines such as Flow, Microporous material, Micelle and Pulmonary surfactant in addition to Nanotechnology.
His study looks at the relationship between Viscoelasticity and topics such as Chemical engineering, which overlap with Zinc. The various areas that Radhakrishna Sureshkumar examines in his Drag study include Direct numerical simulation, Reynolds number and Vortex. The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Thermal diffusivity and Statistical physics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mechanics, Drag, Turbulence, Thermodynamics and Viscoelasticity. His research in Mechanics focuses on subjects like Classical mechanics, which are connected to Mathematical analysis. His studies in Drag integrate themes in fields like Vortex, Polymer and Reynolds stress.
His study in Turbulence is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Statistical physics and Reduction. His Thermodynamics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dilatant and Micelle. The concepts of his Viscoelasticity study are interwoven with issues in Flow, Stokes flow, Taylor–Couette flow, Linear stability and Constitutive equation.
Radhakrishna Sureshkumar spends much of his time researching Micelle, Turbulence, Mechanics, Nanoparticle and Drag. Radhakrishna Sureshkumar combines subjects such as Chemical physics, Stress relaxation, Shear flow, Viscosity and Pulmonary surfactant with his study of Micelle. His studies in Open-channel flow and Reynolds number are all subfields of Turbulence research.
Radhakrishna Sureshkumar has researched Open-channel flow in several fields, including Vortex and Classical mechanics. His study looks at the intersection of Nanoparticle and topics like Optoelectronics with Plasmonic solar cell. His Drag research focuses on Direct numerical simulation and how it connects with Flow, Viscoelasticity and Constitutive equation.
His primary areas of study are Micelle, Mechanics, Drag, Turbulence and Viscosity. His Micelle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nanoparticle, Chemical engineering and Pulmonary surfactant. Mechanics is often connected to Classical mechanics in his work.
His Drag study frequently links to related topics such as Newtonian fluid. His Viscosity research incorporates elements of Chemical physics, Stress relaxation and Physical chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Drag coefficient, K-omega turbulence model, K-epsilon turbulence model, Fluid dynamics and Viscoelasticity as well as Reynolds number.
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Direct numerical simulation of the turbulent channel flow of a polymer solution
R. Sureshkumar;Antony N. Beris;Robert A. Handler.
Physics of Fluids (1997)
Direct numerical simulation of viscoelastic turbulent channel flow exhibiting drag reduction: effect of the variation of rheological parameters
Costas D. Dimitropoulos;R. Sureshkumar;Antony N. Beris.
Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics (1998)
Pulsed-laser-induced dewetting in nanoscopic metal films : Theory and experiments
Justin Trice;Dennis Thomas;Christopher Favazza;Radhakrishna Sureshkumar.
Physical Review B (2007)
Effect of artificial stress diffusivity on the stability of numerical calculations and the flow dynamics of time-dependent viscoelastic flows
R. Sureshkumar;Antony N. Beris.
Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics (1995)
Robust nanopatterning by laser-induced dewetting of metal nanofilms
Christopher Favazza;Ramki Kalyanaraman;Radhakrishna Sureshkumar.
Comparative Eco-Toxicities of Nano-ZnO Particles under Aquatic and Aerosol Exposure Modes
Bing Wu;Yin Wang;Yi Hsuan Lee;Angela Horst.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
Effects of Nanoparticle Charge and Shape Anisotropy on Translocation through Cell Membranes
Shikha Nangia;Radhakrishna Sureshkumar.
Influence of rheological parameters on polymer induced turbulent drag reduction
Chang Feng Li;Radhakrishna Sureshkumar;Bamin Khomami.
Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics (2006)
Budgets of Reynolds stress, kinetic energy and streamwise enstrophy in viscoelastic turbulent channel flow
Costas D. Dimitropoulos;R. Sureshkumar;Antony N. Beris;Robert A. Handler.
Physics of Fluids (2001)
Effects of polymer stresses on eddy structures in drag-reduced turbulent channel flow
Kyoungyoun Kim;Chang F. Li;Chang F. Li;R. Sureshkumar;S. Balachandar.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2007)
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