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B. K. Lieu.
Dynamics and control of Newtonian and viscoelastic fluids.
PhD thesis,
University of Minnesota,
2014.
Keyword(s): Drag reduction,
Controlling the onset of turbulence,
Control of turbulent flows,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Traveling waves,
Vibrational control,
Distributed systems theory,
Computational tools for spatially distributed systems,
Uncertainty quantification in PDEs,
Viscoelastic fluids,
Inputoutput analysis,
Elastic turbulence,
Transition to turbulence,
Worstcase amplification.
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R. Moarref.
Modelbased control of transitional and turbulent wallbounded shear flows.
PhD thesis,
University of Minnesota,
2012.
Keyword(s): Drag reduction,
Controlling the onset of turbulence,
Control of turbulent flows,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Traveling waves,
Vibrational control.
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M. R. Jovanovic.
Modeling, analysis, and control of spatially distributed systems.
PhD thesis,
University of California, Santa Barbara,
2004.
Keyword(s): Architectural issues in distributed control design,
Control of vehicular formations,
Distributed systems theory,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations.
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V. L. Thomas,
B. K. Lieu,
M. R. Jovanovic,
B. F. Farrell,
P. J. Ioannou,
and D. F. Gayme.
Selfsustaining turbulence in a restricted nonlinear model of plane Couette flow.
Phys. Fluids,
26(10):105112 (17 pages),
October 2014.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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R. Moarref and M. R. Jovanovic.
Modelbased design of transverse wall oscillations for turbulent drag reduction.
J. Fluid Mech.,
707:205240,
September 2012.
Keyword(s): Drag reduction,
Control of turbulent flows,
Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
NavierStokes equations,
Parametric resonance,
Perturbation analysis,
Simulationfree design,
Spanwise wall oscillations,
Timeperiodic systems,
Vibrational control.
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B. K. Lieu,
R. Moarref,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Controlling the onset of turbulence by streamwise traveling waves. Part 2: Direct numerical simulations.
J. Fluid Mech.,
663:100119,
November 2010.
Keyword(s): Controlling the onset of turbulence,
Direct numerical simulations,
Energy amplification,
Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
NavierStokes equations,
Parametric resonance,
Relaminarization,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Traveling waves,
Turbulent flows,
Vibrational control.
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R. Moarref and M. R. Jovanovic.
Controlling the onset of turbulence by streamwise traveling waves. Part 1: Receptivity analysis.
J. Fluid Mech.,
663:7099,
November 2010.
Keyword(s): Controlling the onset of turbulence,
Energy amplification,
Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
NavierStokes equations,
Parametric resonance,
Perturbation analysis,
Simulationfree design,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Traveling waves,
Vibrational control.
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M. R. Jovanovic.
Turbulence suppression in channel flows by small amplitude transverse wall oscillations.
Phys. Fluids,
20(1):014101 (11 pages),
January 2008.
Keyword(s): Controlling the onset of turbulence,
Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
NavierStokes equations,
Parametric resonance,
Timeperiodic systems,
Vibrational control,
Energy amplification.
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M. R. Jovanovic and B. Bamieh.
Componentwise energy amplification in channel flows.
J. Fluid Mech.,
534:145183,
July 2005.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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B. F. Farrell,
D. F. Gayme,
P. J. Ioannou,
B. K. Lieu,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Dynamics of the roll and streak structure in transition and turbulence.
In Proceedings of the 2012 Summer Program,
Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University/NASA,
pages 4354,
2012.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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R. Moarref and M. R. Jovanovic.
Turbulent drag reduction by transverse wall oscillations.
In Proceedings of the 2012 American Control Conference,
Montréal, Canada,
pages 33593364,
2012.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Energy amplification,
Drag reduction,
Turbulence modeling.
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T. Sayadi,
J. W. Nichols,
P. J. Schmid,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Dynamic mode decomposition of Htype transition to turbulence.
In Proceedings of the 2012 Summer Program,
Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University/NASA,
pages 514,
2012.
Keyword(s): Boundary layers,
Dynamic mode decomposition,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Transition to turbulence.
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A. Zare,
B. K. Lieu,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Turbulent drag reduction by streamwise traveling waves.
In Proceedings of the 51th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control,
Maui, HI,
pages 31223126,
2012.
Keyword(s): Drag reduction,
Control of turbulent flows,
Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
NavierStokes equations,
Parametric resonance,
Perturbation analysis,
Simulationfree design,
Streamwise traveling waves,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Vibrational control.
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R. Moarref,
B. K. Lieu,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Spatiallylocalized optimal control of transition to turbulence.
In Proceedings of the 2011 American Control Conference,
San Francisco, CA,
pages 35773582,
2011.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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R. Moarref,
B. K. Lieu,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Optimal localized control of transitional channel flow.
In Proceedings of the 2010 Summer Program,
Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University/NASA,
pages 107118,
2010.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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F. Lin and M. R. Jovanovic.
Energy amplification in a parallel Blasius boundary layer flow subject to freestream turbulence.
In Proceedings of the 2008 American Control Conference,
Seattle, WA,
pages 30703075,
2008.
Keyword(s): Boundary layers,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Freestream turbulence,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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R. Moarref and M. R. Jovanovic.
Remarks on computing the $H_2$ norm of incompressible fluids using descriptor statespace formulation.
In Proceedings of the 2008 American Control Conference,
Seattle, WA,
pages 30643069,
2008.
Keyword(s): NavierStokes equations,
Incompressible fluids,
Inputoutput analysis,
Descriptor systems,
Distributed systems theory.
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R. Moarref and M. R. Jovanovic.
On using the streamwise traveling waves for variance suppression in channel flows.
In Proceedings of the 2007 American Control Conference,
New York City, NY,
pages 20602065,
2007.
Note: (Invited paper; Finalist, Best Student Paper Award).
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Parametric resonance,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Vibrational control,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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M. R. Jovanovic.
Turbulence suppression in channel flows by small amplitude transverse wall oscillations.
In Proceedings of the 2006 American Control Conference,
Minneapolis, MN,
pages 11611166,
2006.
Note: (Invited paper).
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Parametric resonance,
Timeperiodic systems,
Vibrational control,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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M. R. Jovanovic,
R. Moarref,
and D. You.
Turbulence suppression in channel flows by means of a streamwise traveling wave.
In Proceedings of the 2006 Summer Program,
Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University/NASA,
pages 481494,
2006.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Parametric resonance,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Vibrational control,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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R. Moarref and M. R. Jovanovic.
Transition control using an array of streamwise vortices.
In Proceedings of the 45th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control,
San Diego, CA,
pages 107112,
2006.
Note: (Invited paper).
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations,
Inputoutput analysis,
Parametric resonance,
Timeperiodic systems,
Vibrational control,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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M. R. Jovanovic and B. Bamieh.
Unstable modes versus nonnormal modes in supercritical channel flows.
In Proceedings of the 2004 American Control Conference,
Boston, MA,
pages 22452250,
2004.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
NavierStokes equations,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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M. R. Jovanovic and B. Bamieh.
Frequency domain analysis of the linearized NavierStokes equations.
In Proceedings of the 2003 American Control Conference,
Denver, CO,
pages 31903195,
2003.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
NavierStokes equations,
Energy amplification,
Transition to turbulence.
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M. R. Jovanovic and B. Bamieh.
Modelling flow statistics using the linearized NavierStokes equations.
In Proceedings of the 40th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control,
Orlando, FL,
pages 49444949,
2001.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations.
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M. R. Jovanovic and B. Bamieh.
The spatiotemporal impulse response of the linearized NavierStokes equations.
In Proceedings of the 2001 American Control Conference,
Arlington, VA,
pages 19481953,
2001.
Keyword(s): Flow modeling and control,
Inputoutput analysis,
NavierStokes equations,
Transition to turbulence.
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