List of Publications

  1. 2023

    1. King, J. T. & Green, M. A.. The influence of trailing edge shape on the wake circulation and time-averaged wake of bio-inspired pitching panels, Experiments in Fluids, 64, 6. Journal link.

    2. King, J. T. & Green, M. A.. Experimental measurements of streamwise and lateral forces acting on bio-inspired pitching panels, Physical Review Fluids. 8, 053101. Journal link.

    3. Thakor, M., Seh, K. H., Gladson, S. R., Fernandez, M. L., Ivany, L., Green, M. A., & Sun, Y. Effects of Annulation on Low-Reynolds-Number Flows over an Orthocone, Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics. Journal link.

  2. 2022

    1. Tu, H., Green, M. A., Marzanek, M., & Rival, D. E. Experimental Investigation of Non- slender Delta-Wing Steadily Translating at Large Angles of Attack, AIAA Journal. Journal link.

  3. 2021

    1. Tu, H., Marzanek, M., Green, M. A., & Rival, D. E. FTLE and Surface-Pressure Signature of Dynamic Flow Reattachment During Delta-Wing Axial Acceleration, AIAA Journal, 60, 4. Journal link.

    2. Brooks, S. A., Brooks, J. D. & Green, M. A. Force measurements near a natural frequency of a measurement system using inverse filters, Measurement Science and Technology, 33, 2. Journal link.

  4. 2020

    1. Boone, Z., Bartosh, A. & Green, M. A. Interactive and Immersive Visualization of Fluid Dynamics using Virtual Reality, Journal of Visualized Experiments, e61151, in press. Journal link.

  5. 2019

    1. Brooks, S. A. & Green, M. A. Experimental Study of Body-Fin Interaction and Vortex Dynamics Generated by a Two Degree-of-Freedom Fish Model, Biomimetics, 4, 67. Journal link.

    2. Krishna, S., Green, M. A., & Mulleners, K. Effect of pitch on the flow behavior around a hovering wing, Experiments in Fluids, 60:86. Journal link.

    3. Rockwood, M. P., Loiselle, T. & Green, M. A. Practical concerns of implementing a finite-time Lyapunov exponent analysis with under-resolved data. Experiments in Fluids, 60:74. Journal link.

    4. Rockwood, M. P. & Green, M. A. Real-time identification of vortex shedding in the wake of a circular cylinder. AIAA Journal, 57, 1, pp. 223-238. Journal link.

    5. Kumar, R., King, J. T., & Green, M. A. Three-dimensional pitching panel wake: Lagrangian analysis and momentum distribution from experiments. AIAA Journal., 57, 9. Journal link.

  6. 2018

    1. Liu, Y., Wilson, C., Green, M. A., & Hughes, C. W. Gulf Stream transport and mixing processes via coherent structure dynamics. Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans. 123, 4, 3014-3037. Journal link.

    2. Bailey, S., Pentelow, S.. Ghimire, H., Estejab, B., Green, M. A., & Tavoularis, S. Experimental Investigation of the Scaling of Vortex Wandering in Turbulent Surroundings. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 843, 722-747. Journal link.

    3. King, J. T., Kumar, R., & Green, M. A. Experimental observations of the three-dimensional wake structures and dynamics generated by a rigid, bio-inspired pitching panel. Physical Review Fluids. 3, 034701. Journal link.

    4. Rockwood, M., Huang, Y., & Green, M. A. Tracking coherent structures in massively-separated and turbulent flows. Physical Review Fluids. 3, 014702. Journal link.

    5. Krishna, S., Green, M. A., & Mulleners, K. Flow field and force evolution for a symmetric hovering flat plate. AIAA Journal. 56, 4, 1360-1371. Journal link.

  7. 2017

    1. Rockwood, M. P., Taira, K., & Green, M. A. Detecting vortex formation and shedding in cylinder wakes using Lagrangian coherent structures. AIAA Journal. 55, 1, 15-23. Journal link.

    2. Magstadt, A. S., Kan, P., Berger, Z. P., Ruscher, C. J., Berry, M. G., Green, M. A., Lewalle, J. & Glauser, M. N. Turbulent flow physics and control: The role of big data analyses tools. in Whither Turbulence in and Big Data in the 21st Century? Ed. Pollard, A., Castillo, L., Danaila, L., & Glauser, M. N. Springer, 295-322. Online. Publisher link.

  8. 2016

    1. Kumar, R., King. J. T. & Green, M. A. Momentum distribution in the wake of a trapezoidal pitching panel. Marine Technology Society Journal. 50, 5, 9-23.

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  9. 2015

    1. Huang, Y. and Green, M. A. Detection and tracking of vortex phenomena using Lagrangian coherent structures. Experiments in Fluids. 56, 7, 1-12

  10. 2011

    1. Buchholz, J. H. H., Green, M. A., and Smits, A. J. Scaling the circulation shed by a pitching panel. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 688. 591-601.

      © Cambridge University Press. Journal link.

    2. Green, M. A., Rowley, C. W., and Smits, A. J. The unsteady three-dimensional wake produced by a trapezoidal panel. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 685. 117-145.

      © Cambridge University Press. Journal link.

  11. 2010

    1. Green, M. A., Rowley, C. W., and Smits, A. J. Using hyperbolic Lagrangian coherent structures to investigate vortices in bioinspired fluid flows. Chaos. 20. (017510)

  12. 2008

    1. Green, M. A. and Smits, A. J. Effects of three-dimensionality on thrust production by a pitching panel. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 615. 211-220.

      © Cambridge University Press. Journal link.

  13. 2007

    1. Green, M. A., Rowley, C. W., and Haller, G. Detection of Lagrangian coherent structures in three-dimensional turbulence. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 572. 111-120.

      © Cambridge University Press. Journal link.