Michael W. Plesniak

Mechanical Engineering Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
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Robert O. Kiesow grad student 2000 Purdue
Aaron L. Brundage grad student 2004 Purdue
Fangjun Shu grad student 2005 Purdue
Sean D. Peterson grad student 2006 Purdue
Hailing An grad student 2007 Purdue
Stephane B. Poussou grad student 2008 Purdue
Byron D. Erath grad student 2009 Purdue
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Erath BD, Peterson SD, Weiland KS, et al. (2019) An acoustic source model for asymmetric intraglottal flow with application to reduced-order models of the vocal folds. Plos One. 14: e0219914
Bulusu KV, Plesniak MW. (2016) Experimental Investigation of Secondary Flow Structures Downstream of a Model Type IV Stent Failure in a 180° Curved Artery Test Section. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Cox C, Liang C, Plesniak MW. (2016) A high-order solver for unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations using the flux reconstruction method on unstructured grids with implicit dual time stepping Journal of Computational Physics. 314: 414-435
Najjari MR, Plesniak MW. (2016) Evolution of vortical structures in a curved artery model with non-Newtonian blood-analog fluid under pulsatile inflow conditions Experiments in Fluids. 57
Najjari MR, Hinke JA, Bulusu KV, et al. (2016) On the rheology of refractive-index-matched, non-Newtonian blood-analog fluids for PIV experiments Experiments in Fluids. 57
Bulusu KV, Plesniak MW. (2015) Shannon entropy-based wavelet transform method for autonomous coherent structure identification in fluid flow field data Entropy. 17: 6617-6642
van Wyk S, Wittberg LP, Bulusu KV, et al. (2015) Non-Newtonian perspectives on pulsatile blood-analog flows in a 180° Curved artery model Physics of Fluids. 27
Poussou SB, Plesniak MW. (2015) Flow field in the wake of a bluff body driven through a steady recirculating flow Experiments in Fluids. 56: 1-16
Stewart KC, Erath BD, Plesniak MW. (2014) Investigating the three-dimensional flow separation induced by a model vocal fold polyp. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove. e51080
Bulusu KV, Hussain S, Plesniak MW. (2014) Determination of secondary flow morphologies by wavelet analysis in a curved artery model with physiological inflow Experiments in Fluids. 55
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