2018 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
2018 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2015 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For fundamental contributions to interfacial and nonNewtonian fluid mechanics and for exemplary leadership in the engineering science of liquidapplied coating and printing processes
Satish Kumar mostly deals with Mechanics, Classical mechanics, Viscoelasticity, Nanotechnology and Composite material. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Contact angle, Capillary action and Wavenumber. His study in the field of Shear flow also crosses realms of Brownian dynamics and Topology.
His research in Viscoelasticity intersects with topics in Elasticity and Cauchy stress tensor. His Nanotechnology study combines topics in areas such as Radius of gyration, Polymer and Molecular physics. His research integrates issues of Chemical physics, Law of the wall and Viscosity in his study of Lubrication.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mechanics, Newtonian fluid, Viscoelasticity, Wetting and Classical mechanics. His studies in Mechanics integrate themes in fields like Work, Lubrication theory and Viscosity. His work carried out in the field of Newtonian fluid brings together such families of science as Couette flow, Rheology, Pressure gradient and Galerkin method.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Elasticity, Vortex, Body force and Stress in addition to Viscoelasticity. His Wetting research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Coating and Surface tension, Capillary number. His Shear flow study in the realm of Classical mechanics connects with subjects such as Brownian dynamics.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Newtonian fluid, Wetting, Viscoelasticity and Evaporation. His Mechanics research incorporates themes from Coating, Lubrication theory and Viscosity. His Lubrication theory research incorporates elements of Work, Curvature, Cylinder and Rotation.
Satish Kumar has researched Newtonian fluid in several fields, including Discretization, Rheology, Reynolds number and Capillary number. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Viscoelasticity, Open-channel flow is strongly linked to Body force. His study in Evaporation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Disjoining pressure, Contact line and Colloid, Chemical engineering, Colloidal particle.
Satish Kumar mainly focuses on Mechanics, Newtonian fluid, Coating, Wetting and Contact line. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Work and Mechanics. His Work study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Lubrication theory, Curvature and Rotation.
Satish Kumar works mostly in the field of Newtonian fluid, limiting it down to topics relating to Rheology and, in certain cases, Galerkin method, Pressure gradient and Slip. His work deals with themes such as Colloid, Colloidal particle and Substrate, which intersect with Contact line. His Flow study incorporates themes from Body force, Viscoelasticity, Kinetic energy and Reynolds number.
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Lubrication flow between a cavity and a flexible wall
Xiuyan Yin;Satish Kumar.
Physics of Fluids (2005)
Liquid Transfer in Printing Processes: Liquid Bridges with Moving Contact Lines
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (2015)
Meltblown fibers: Influence of viscosity and elasticity on diameter distribution
Dawud H. Tan;Chunfeng Zhou;Christopher John Ellison;Satish Kumar.
Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics (2010)
Flow visualization of the liquid emptying process in scaled-up gravure grooves and cells
Xiuyan Yin;Satish Kumar.
Chemical Engineering Science (2006)
Stretching and slipping of liquid bridges near plates and cavities
Shawn Dodds;Marcio da Silveira Carvalho;Satish Kumar.
Physics of Fluids (2009)
Brownian dynamics simulations of flexible polymers with spring-spring repulsions
Satish Kumar;Ronald G. Larson.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2001)
On the Faraday instability in a surfactant-covered liquid
Satish Kumar;Omar K. Matar.
Physics of Fluids (2004)
AC electrohydrodynamic instabilities in thin liquid films
Scott A. Roberts;Satish Kumar.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2009)
Predicting the effect of membrane spacers on mass transfer
Abhishek Shrivastava;Satish Kumar;Edward L Cussler.
Journal of Membrane Science (2008)
Instability of creeping Couette flow past a neo-hookean solid
Vasileios Gkanis;Satish Kumar.
Physics of Fluids (2003)
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