Stephane B. Poussou, Ph.D.

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2008 Mechanical Engineering Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
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Mechanical Engineering, Fluid and Plasma Physics
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Michael W. Plesniak grad student 2008 Purdue
 (Experimental investigation of airborne contaminant transport by a human wake moving in a ventilated aircraft cabin.)
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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
Poussou SB, Plesniak MW. (2012) Vortex dynamics and scalar transport in the wake of a bluff body driven through a steady recirculating flow. Experiments in Fluids. 53: 747-763
Liu W, Mazumdar S, Zhang Z, et al. (2012) State-of-the-art methods for studying air distributions in commercial airliner cabins Building and Environment. 47: 5-12
Poussou SB, Plesniak MW. (2012) Vortex dynamics and scalar transport in the wake of a bluff body driven through a steady recirculating flow Experiments in Fluids. 53: 747-763
Mazumdar S, Poussou SB, Lin CH, et al. (2011) Impact of scaling and body movement on contaminant transport in airliner cabins Atmospheric Environment. 45: 6019-6028
Poussou SB, Mazumdar S, Plesniak MW, et al. (2010) Flow and contaminant transport in an airliner cabin induced by a moving body: Model experiments and CFD predictions Atmospheric Environment. 44: 2830-2839
Poussou SB, Mazumdar S, Plesniak MW, et al. (2009) Experimental investigation of flow and contaminant transport in a wake from a moving body inside a small-scale aircraft cabin 9th International Conference and Exhibition - Healthy Buildings 2009, Hb 2009
Poussou S, Plesniak MW. (2007) Near-field flow measurements of a cavitating jet emanating from a crown-shaped nozzle Journal of Fluids Engineering, Transactions of the Asme. 129: 605-612
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