Charles E. Tinney, Ph.D.

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2005 Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
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Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Acoustics Physics
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Mark N. Glauser grad student 2005 Syracuse
 (Low-dimensional techniques for sound source identification in high speed jets.)
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Tinney CE, Ukeiley LS. (2009) A study of a 3-D double backward-facing step Experiments in Fluids. 47: 427-438
Tinney CE, Ukeiley LS, Glauser MN. (2008) Low-dimensional characteristics of a transonic jet. Part 2. Estimate and far-field prediction Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 615: 53-92
Tinney CE, Glauser MN, Ukeiley LS. (2008) Low-dimensional characteristics of a transonic jet. Part 1. Proper orthogonal decomposition Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 612: 107-141
Hall JW, Tinney CE, Ausseur JM, et al. (2008) Low-dimensional tools for closed-loop flow-control in high reynolds number Tu rbulent flows Solid Mechanics and Its Applications. 7: 293-310
Tinney CE, Jordan P, Hall AM, et al. (2007) A time-resolved estimate of the turbulence and sound source mechanisms in a subsonic jet flow Journal of Turbulence. 8: 1-20
Tinney CE, Glauser MN, Eaton EL, et al. (2006) Low-dimensional azimuthal characteristics of suddenly expanding axisymmetric flows Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 567: 141-155
Tinney CE, Jordan P, Delville J, et al. (2006) A time-resolved estimate of the turbulence and source mechanisms in a subsonic jet flow Collection of Technical Papers - 44th Aiaa Aerospace Sciences Meeting. 10: 7414-7426
Hall AM, Glauser MN, Tinney CE. (2005) An experimental investigation of the pressure-velocity cross-correlation in an axisymmetric jet Proceedings of 2005 Asme Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, Fedsm2005. 2005: 877-888
Tinney CE, Glauser MN, Ukeiley LS. (2005) The evolution of the most energetic modes in a high subsonic Mach number turbulent jet 43rd Aiaa Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit - Meeting Papers. 12587-12600
Hall AM, Tinney CE, Glauser MN. (2005) Investigating the 'modified' complementary technique using pressure-velocity correlations of an axisymmetric jet 43rd Aiaa Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit - Meeting Papers. 6899-6912
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