Amneet P. Bhalla, Ph.D.

2013 Mechanical Engineering Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Mechanical, Biomechanics
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Neelesh A. Patankar grad student 2013 Northwestern
 (Constraint-based Adaptive Immersed Body Technique for Multiphysics Problems.)
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Kolahdouz EM, Bhalla APS, Craven BA, et al. (2020) An Immersed Interface Method for Discrete Surfaces. Journal of Computational Physics. 400
Sprinkle B, Donev A, Bhalla APS, et al. (2019) Brownian dynamics of fully confined suspensions of rigid particles without Green's functions. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 150: 164116
Kallemov B, Bhalla APS, Griffith BE, et al. (2016) An immersed boundary method for rigid bodies Communications in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science. 11: 79-141
Kou W, Bhalla AP, Griffith BE, et al. (2015) A fully resolved active musculo-mechanical model for esophageal transport. Journal of Computational Physics. 298: 446-465
Bale R, Neveln ID, Bhalla AP, et al. (2015) Convergent evolution of mechanically optimal locomotion in aquatic invertebrates and vertebrates. Plos Biology. 13: e1002123
Bale R, Shirgaonkar AA, Neveln ID, et al. (2014) Separability of drag and thrust in undulatory animals and machines. Scientific Reports. 4: 7329
Bale R, Hao M, Bhalla AP, et al. (2014) Gray's paradox: a fluid mechanical perspective. Scientific Reports. 4: 5904
Bale R, Hao M, Bhalla AP, et al. (2014) Energy efficiency and allometry of movement of swimming and flying animals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 7517-21
Neveln ID, Bale R, Bhalla AP, et al. (2014) Undulating fins produce off-axis thrust and flow structures. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 201-13
Bhalla APS, Bale R, Griffith BE, et al. (2014) Fully resolved immersed electrohydrodynamics for particle motion, electrolocation, and self-propulsion Journal of Computational Physics. 256: 88-108
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