1993 - Fluids Engineering Award, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
1982 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary areas of investigation include Cavitation, Mechanics, Turbulence, Vortex and Classical mechanics. His Cavitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Large eddy simulation, Angle of attack and Lift. His Mechanics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Meteorology.
His studies deal with areas such as Jet, Wake, Turbomachinery and Turbine as well as Turbulence. His research integrates issues of Trailing edge and Flow in his study of Vortex. He has included themes like Vorticity equation and Computer simulation in his Classical mechanics study.
Roger E. A. Arndt spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Cavitation, Supercavitation, Water tunnel and Flow. His Mechanics research incorporates themes from Meteorology and Lift. The Cavitation study combines topics in areas such as Marine engineering, Vortex and Large eddy simulation.
As a member of one scientific family, Roger E. A. Arndt mostly works in the field of Supercavitation, focusing on Control theory and, on occasion, Control engineering. His research in Water tunnel intersects with topics in Drag and Simulation. His Wake research also works with subjects such as
His main research concerns Mechanics, Supercavitation, Cavitation, Flow and Water tunnel. Mechanics is closely attributed to Classical mechanics in his work. His Supercavitation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Control theory, Marine engineering, Ventilation, Drag and Froude number.
Roger E. A. Arndt combines subjects such as Flow, Rotational symmetry, Volume and Deformation with his study of Cavitation. The concepts of his Flow study are interwoven with issues in Pressure measurement, Computational fluid dynamics and Thermodynamics. His Turbulence research includes elements of Turbine and Jet.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Flow, Turbulence, Vortex and Supercavitation. As part of his studies on Mechanics, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Rotor. He interconnects Jet, Wake and Turbine in the investigation of issues within Turbulence.
The concepts of his Vortex study are interwoven with issues in Cavitation and Classical mechanics. His work deals with themes such as Large eddy simulation and Vorticity equation, which intersect with Cavitation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Water tunnel, Froude number and Angle of attack in addition to Supercavitation.
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Advances in turbulence
William K. George;Roger E. A. Arndt;Stanley Corrsin.
Cavitation in Fluid Machinery and Hydraulic Structures
R E A Arndt.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (1981)
CAVITATION IN VORTICAL FLOWS
Roger E.A. Arndt.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (2002)
Large Eddy Simulation and theoretical investigations of the transient cavitating vortical flow structure around a NACA66 hydrofoil
B. Ji;X.W. Luo;Roger E.A. Arndt;Xiaoxing Peng.
International Journal of Multiphase Flow (2015)
The proper orthogonal decomposition of pressure fluctuations surrounding a turbulent jet
Roger E.A. Arndt;D.F. Long;M.N Glauser.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1997)
Numerical simulation of three dimensional cavitation shedding dynamics with special emphasis on cavitation–vortex interaction
Bin Ji;Xianwu Luo;Roger E.A. Arndt;Yulin Wu.
Ocean Engineering (2014)
On the interaction between a turbulent open channel flow and an axial-flow turbine
L. P. Chamorro;C. Hill;S. Morton;Christopher Ellis.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2013)
Some observations of tip-vortex cavitation
R. E. A. Arndt;V. H. Arakeri;H. Higuchi.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1991)
Spectral Characteristics of Sheet/Cloud Cavitation
Morten Kjeldsen;Roger E. A. Arndt;Mark Effertz.
Journal of Fluids Engineering-transactions of The Asme (2000)
Instability of Partial Cavitation: A Numerical/Experimental Approach
R E A Arndt;C C S Song;M Kjeldsen;Jianxun He.
Twenty-Third Symposium on Naval HydrodynamicsOffice of Naval ResearchBassin d'Essais des CarenesNational Research Council (2000)
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