2004 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary scientific interests are in Mach number, Hypersonic speed, Boundary layer, Mechanics and Reynolds number. His research integrates issues of Leading edge, Geometry, Phase velocity and Instability in his study of Mach number. His research on Hypersonic speed concerns the broader Aerospace engineering.
His Boundary layer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Angle of attack, Supersonic speed and Laminar flow. His Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Control theory, Plasma actuator and Optics. His Reynolds number research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Compressible flow, Simulation, Supersonic wind tunnel and Shock.
His primary areas of investigation include Boundary layer, Mechanics, Hypersonic speed, Mach number and Aerospace engineering. The concepts of his Boundary layer study are interwoven with issues in Turbulence, Geometry and Laminar flow. His studies link Flare with Mechanics.
His research in Hypersonic speed focuses on subjects like Angle of attack, which are connected to Laminar-turbulent transition and Radius. His studies deal with areas such as Freestream, Reynolds number, Instability and Optics as well as Mach number. His work on Wind tunnel is typically connected to Environmental science as part of general Aerospace engineering study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Roger L. Kimmel mainly focuses on Hypersonic speed, Mechanics, Boundary layer, Angle of attack and Cone. His Hypersonic speed study is focused on Aerospace engineering in general. His study in the field of Wind tunnel is also linked to topics like Environmental science.
Roger L. Kimmel combines subjects such as Surface finish and Flare with his study of Mechanics. Roger L. Kimmel has researched Boundary layer in several fields, including Condensed matter physics and Heat transfer. His Angle of attack research incorporates elements of Direct numerical simulation, Laminar-turbulent transition and Hypersonic flight.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hypersonic speed, Angle of attack, Mechanics, Boundary layer and Geometry. Roger L. Kimmel integrates Hypersonic speed with Thesaurus in his study. Angle of attack is a subfield of Aerospace engineering that he investigates.
His Aerospace engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Turbulence and Heat flux. His biological study focuses on Laminar-turbulent transition. Roger L. Kimmel focuses mostly in the field of Geometry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Degree and, in certain cases, Reynolds number.
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On hypersonic boundary-layer stability
Kenneth Stetson;Roger Kimmel.
30th Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit (1992)
Mechanisms of plasma actuators for hypersonic flow control
J.S. Shang;S.T. Surzhikov;R. Kimmel;D. Gaitonde.
Progress in Aerospace Sciences (2005)
Drag Prediction and Transition in Hypersonic Flow
Helen L. Reed;Roger Kimmel;Steven Schneider;Daniel Arnal.
Future Aerospace Technology in the Service of the Alliance (1997)
Transition Analysis for the HIFiRE-5 Vehicle
Meelan Choudhari;Chau Lyan Chang;Thomas Jentink;Fei Li.
39th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference (2009)
Aspects of Hypersonic Boundary Layer Transition Control
41st Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit (2003)
Laminar-Turbulent Transition in a Mach 8 Elliptic Cone Flow
Roger L. Kimmel;Jonathan Poggie;Stephen N. Schwoerke.
AIAA Journal (1999)
Nonlinear disturbances in a hypersonic laminar boundary layer
Roger L. Kimmel;James M. Kendall.
29th Aerospace Sciences Meeting (1991)
HIFiRE-5 Flight Vehicle Design
Roger L. Kimmel;David Adamczak;Karen Berger;Meelan Choudhari.
40th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference and Exhibit (2010)
Effect of Surface Plasma Discharges on Boundary Layers at Mach 5
Roger Kimmel;James Hayes;James Menart;Joseph Shang.
42nd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit (2004)
HIFiRE-1 Boundary Layer Transition Experiment Design
Roger L. Kimmel;David Adamczak;Datta Gaitonde;Albert Rougeux.
45th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit (2007)
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