Robert Edward Breidenthal
|Aeronautics and Astronautics||University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA|
Area:Fluid and Plasma Physics, Aerospace Engineering
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Breidenthal, Robert Edward A chemically reacting, turbulent shear layer. Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology (1979).
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|Schleicher JM, Bergantz GW, Breidenthal RE, et al. (2016) Time scales of crystal mixing in magma mushes Geophysical Research Letters|
|Boening JA, Heath JD, Byrd TJ, et al. (2016) Design and experiments of a continuous rotating detonation engine: A spinning wave generator and modulated fuel-oxidizer mixing 52nd Aiaa/Sae/Asee Joint Propulsion Conference, 2016|
|Breidenthal RE. (2011) Environmental concerns in general aviation: Avgas and noise pollution Ethical Issues in Aviation. 233-239|
|Breidenthal RE. (2008) The effect of acceleration on turbulent entrainment Physica Scripta T|
|Burgisser A, Bergantz GW, Breidenthal RE. (2005) Addressing complexity in laboratory experiments: The scaling of dilute multiphase flows in magmatic systems Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. 141: 245-265|
|Breidenthal RE. (2002) Wall heat flux under persistent vortices American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Fluids Engineering Division (Publication) Fed. 257: 1005-1007|
|Bergantz GW, Breidenthal RE. (2001) Non-stationary entrainment and tunneling eruptions: A dynamic link between eruption processes and magma mixing Geophysical Research Letters. 28: 3075-3078|
|Eroglu A, Breidenthal RE. (2001) Structure, penetration, and mixing of pulsed jets in crossflow Aiaa Journal. 39: 417-423|
|Cotel AJ, Breidenthal RE. (1999) Turbulence inside a vortex Physics of Fluids. 11: 3026-3029|
|Eroglu A, Breidenthal RE. (1998) Exponentially accelerating jet in crossflow Aiaa Journal. 36: 1002-1009|