2021 - Fluids Engineering Award, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
2009 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For experimental advancements in multiphase and highReynolds number flows, including cavitating flows, gassolid flows, and skin friction drag reduction using gas and polymer injection
2005 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Turbulence, Drag, Optics and Bubble. His Mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Shear and Classical mechanics. The Flow separation research Steven L. Ceccio does as part of his general Turbulence study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Bond cleavage, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
The various areas that Steven L. Ceccio examines in his Drag study include Lubrication, Meteorology and Boundary layer. The concepts of his Optics study are interwoven with issues in Multiphase flow, Porosity and Vorticity. His study in Bubble is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Viscous flow, Acoustics, Acoustic emission and Rotational symmetry.
Steven L. Ceccio mostly deals with Mechanics, Cavitation, Drag, Reynolds number and Boundary layer. His Mechanics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Classical mechanics. In his research, Particle image velocimetry and Porosity is intimately related to Optics, which falls under the overarching field of Cavitation.
His Drag research incorporates themes from Composite material and Reduction. The study incorporates disciplines such as Reynolds equation and Scaling in addition to Boundary layer. His Turbulence study incorporates themes from Jet, Shear flow and Laminar flow.
His main research concerns Mechanics, Cavitation, Drag, Dynamics and Flow. Mechanics is often connected to Reduction in his work. His study explores the link between Cavitation and topics such as Jet that cross with problems in Froude number.
His study focuses on the intersection of Drag and fields such as Turbulence with connections in the field of Laminar flow. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Parasitic drag, Aerodynamic drag and Flow separation is strongly linked to Drag coefficient. His Boundary layer research includes elements of Flow and Shadowgraphy.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Cavitation, Multiphase flow, Flow and Porosity. His study in Boundary layer, Reynolds number, Jet, Drag and Compressibility is carried out as part of his studies in Mechanics. His work deals with themes such as Turbulence, Laminar flow and Classical mechanics, which intersect with Drag.
His Cavitation research incorporates elements of Vibration, Shock wave, Strouhal number, Liquid flow and Wedge. His Multiphase flow research focuses on subjects like Froude number, which are linked to Thermodynamics, Ventilation and Body orifice. His Flow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Focus, Dynamic mode decomposition and Harmonic.
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Friction Drag Reduction of External Flows with Bubble and Gas Injection
Steven L. Ceccio.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (2010)
Partial cavity flows. Part 1. Cavities forming on models without spanwise variation
K. R. Laberteaux;S. L. Ceccio.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2001)
Bubble friction drag reduction in a high-Reynolds-number flat-plate turbulent boundary layer
Wendy C. Sanders;Eric S. Winkel;David R. Dowling;Marc Perlin.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2006)
Observations of the Dynamics and Acoustics of Travelling Bubble Cavitation
S. L. Ceccio;C. E. Brennen.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1991)
Bubbly shock propagation as a mechanism for sheet-to-cloud transition of partial cavities
Harish Ganesh;Simo A. Mäkiharju;Steven L. Ceccio.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2016)
Bubble-induced skin-friction drag reduction and the abrupt transition to air-layer drag reduction
Brian R. Elbing;Eric S. Winkel;Keary A. Lay;Steven L. Ceccio.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2008)
Liftoff of turbulent jet flames - Assessment of edge flame and other concepts using cinema-PIV
Ansis Upatnieks;James F. Driscoll;Chadwick C. Rasmussen;Steven L. Ceccio.
Combustion and Flame (2004)
A review of electrical impedance techniques for the measurement of multiphase flows
S. L. Ceccio;D. L. George.
Journal of Fluids Engineering-transactions of The Asme (1996)
Validation of Electrical-Impedance Tomography for Measurements of Material Distribution in Two-Phase Flows
D.L. George;J.R. Torczynski;K.A. Shollenberger;T.J. O’Hern.
International Journal of Multiphase Flow (2000)
The effect of electrical transients on the shear stresses in electrorheological fluids
J. M. Ginder;S. L. Ceccio.
Journal of Rheology (1995)
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