Stavros Tavoularis

Mechanical Engineering University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada 
Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biomechanics Biophysics
"Stavros Tavoularis"


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Stanley Corrsin grad student 1978 Johns Hopkins (Physics Tree)
 (Experiments in turbulent transport and mixing.)
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Souza Fd, Tavoularis S. (2020) Hot-Wire Response in Compressible Subsonic Flow Aiaa Journal. 58: 3332-3338
Sadeghi H, Tavoularis S. (2020) Computational studies of gas-liquid flow in a multi-branch manifold Nuclear Engineering and Design. 361: 110538
Mouslim A, Tavoularis S. (2020) Direct tests of fluid-to-fluid scaling expressions for supercritical heat transfer in tubes International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 147: 118862
Moradi HV, Tavoularis S. (2019) Flow instability in weakly eccentric annuli Physics of Fluids. 31: 044104
Busedra AA, Tavoularis S. (2018) Numerical Simulations of Natural Convective Heat Transfer in Vertical Concentric and Eccentric Annular Channels Journal of Heat Transfer. 140
Bailey SCC, Pentelow S, Ghimire HC, et al. (2018) Experimental investigation of the scaling of vortex wandering in turbulent surroundings Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 843: 722-747
Don A, Tavoularis S. (2018) Measurements of turbulent flow in a large-scale model of a 37-rod bundle Nuclear Engineering and Design. 337: 116-127
Shaban H, Tavoularis S. (2018) Detached eddy simulations of rising Taylor bubbles International Journal of Multiphase Flow. 107: 289-300
Melina G, Bruce P, Nedić J, et al. (2018) Heat transfer from a flat plate in inhomogeneous regions of grid-generated turbulence International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 123: 1068-1086
Kline N, Feuerstein F, Tavoularis S. (2018) Onset of heat transfer deterioration in vertical pipe flows of CO2 at supercritical pressures International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 118: 1056-1068
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