PUBLICATIONS

Published Journal Papers/Book Chapters (Peer reviewed)

  1) Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, “Effects of Atwood and Reynolds numbers on the evolution of buoyancy-driven homogeneous variable-density turbulence”, J. Fluid Mech. 895, A12 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1017/jfm.2020.268 

  2) Denis Aslangil, Zachary Farley, Andrew Lawrie and Arindam Banerjee, "Rayleigh-Taylor Instability with varying periods of zero acceleration" (accepted, in press) J. Fluids Eng. (2020).

  3) Elif Ecem Bas, Denis Aslangil and M. Ali Moustafa “Predicting non-linear seismic response of structural braces by using machine learning” (accepted-in press) ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, (2020).

https://arxiv.org/abs/2007.13662

  4)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, “Buoyancy-driven homogeneous variable-density turbulence with asymmetric initial density distributions”, Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena 406, 132444 (2020).

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physd.2020.132444

  5)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, “Flow regimes in buoyancy-driven variable-density turbulent”, in: Örlü R., Talamelli A., Peinke J., Oberlack M. (eds) Progress in Turbulence VIII. iTi 2018. Springer Proceedings in Physics, vol 226. Springer, Cham. doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-22196-6_37

  6)  Nairita Pal, Susan Kurien, Timothy Clark, Denis Aslangil and Daniel Livescu, “Two-point spectral model for variable-density homogeneous turbulence” Phys. Rev. Fluids 3, 124608 (2018). doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevFluids.3.124608

  7)  Denis Aslangil, Arindam Banerjee, and Andrew Lawrie "Numerical investigation of initial condition effects on Rayleigh Taylor instability with acceleration reversals" Phys. Rev. E 94, 053114 (2016).​ doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.94.053114

Manuscripts under review

  8)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, “Non-Boussinesq effects on buoyancy-driven variable-density turbulence”, (under review) Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2020).

  9)  Denis Aslangil*, Zachary Farley*, Arindam Banerjee and Andrew Lawrie "On the effects of variable deceleration periods on Rayleigh-Taylor Instability with acceleration reversals" (under review) Phys. Rev. Fluids (2020). *Both authors contributed equally to this manuscript.

  10)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, “Acceleration reversal effects on buoyancy-driven variable-density turbulence”, (under review) proceedings of the 22nd Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, (2020).

Conference Abstracts and Invited Talks (only the first author talks are listed below)

  1)  Denis Aslangil, Juan A. Saenz and Daniel Livescu, L04.00005, “Filter-width and Atwood number effects in filtered homogeneous variable density turbulence”, American Physical Society - Division of Fluid Dynamics, Seattle, WA (November, 2019).

  2)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, M01.00040, “Homogeneous variable-density turbulence with asymmetric initial density distributions”, American Physical Society - Division of Fluid Dynamics, Seattle, WA (November, 2019).

  3)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, “Non-Boussinesq effects on buoyancy-driven variable-density turbulence.”, Arizona and Los Alamos Days, Tucson, AZ (April 2019).

  4)  Denis Aslangil, Zachary K. Farley, Arindam Banerjee, Andrew G. W. Lawrie, G28.00003, “On the effects of variable deceleration periods on Rayleigh-Taylor instability with multiple acceleration reversals”, American Physical Society - Division of Fluid Dynamics, Atlanta, GA (November, 2018).

  5)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, “Atwood and Reynolds numbers effects on the evolution of buoyancy-driven homogeneous variable-density turbulence”, Los Alamos National Laboratory Invited talk, COMUEX Talks, Los Alamos, NM (September 2018).

  6)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, “Variable-density effects on turbulent mixing.”, International Workshop on the Physics at Compressible Turbulent Mixing 2018, Marseille, France.

  7)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, M29.00008, “Density-ratio effects on buoyancy-driven variable-density turbulent mixing.”, American Physical Society - Division of Fluid Dynamics, Denver, CO (November, 2017).

  8)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, “High-Atwood number effects on buoyancy-driven variable density homogeneous turbulence.”, European Turbulence Conference, Stockholm, Sweden (August, 2017).

  9)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, M34.00006, "Non-Boussinesq effects on buoyancy-driven variable-density turbulence", American Physical Society - Division of Fluid Dynamics  Portland, OR (November, 2016).

10)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee, D40.00003, "Reynolds and Atwood Numbers Effects on Homogeneous Rayleigh Taylor Instability", American Physical Society - Division of Fluid Dynamics, Boston, MA (November, 2015).

11)  Denis Aslangil, Daniel Livescu and Arindam Banerjee "Variable density mixing under variable mean pressure gradient acceleration histories", European Turbulence Conference, Delft, Netherlands (August, 2015).

12)  Denis Aslangil, Andrew Lawrie and Arindam Banerjee, A22.00006, "Rayleigh Taylor Instability with Acceleration Reversals" American Physical Society - Division of Fluid Dynamics, San Francisco, CA (November, 2014).

13)  Denis Aslangil, Andrew Lawrie and Arindam Banerjee "Effect of initial conditions on late-time evolution to turbulence of Rayleigh Taylor instability under variable acceleration histories", International Workshop on the Physics at Compressible Turbulent Mixing, San Francisco, CA (August, 2014).

14)  Denis Aslangil, Andrew Lawrie and Arindam Banerjee "Effect of initial conditions on late-time evolution to turbulence of Rayleigh Taylor instability under variable acceleration histories", Int. Centre for Theoretical Physics-Turbulent Mixing and Beyond Workshop, Trieste, Italy (August, 2014).

15)  Denis Aslangil, Andrew Lawrie and Arindam Banerjee, L30.00006, "Initial condition effects on turbulent Rayleigh Taylor instability under variable acceleration history.", American Physical Society - Division of Fluid Dynamics, Pittsburgh, PA (November, 2013).

Contact

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