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Michelis, Theodorus (author)
The research presented in this thesis focuses on boundary layer separation and, more specifically, on the related physical mechanisms, such as laminar to turbulent transition, with a vision towards effective separation control. The work is divided in three parts, each corresponding to a different separation scenario. The supporting data is...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Balbino Dos Santos Pereira, R. (author)
The contribution of sustainable Wind Energy (WE) to the global energy scenario has been
steadily increasing over the past decades. In the process, Horizontal Axis Wind Turbines
(HAWT) became the most widespread and largest WE harvesting machines. Nevertheless,
significant challenges still lie ahead of further expansion of HAWT,...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Popov, I. (author)
Nanosecond dielectric barrier discharge (NS-DBD) plasma actuators is relatively
new means of flow control. It has several advantages compared to more conventional
means of flow control, such as small size, low weight, fast response time
and controllability. It has been demonstrated to be able to promote transition of
boundary...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Correale, G. (author)
An experimental investigation about nanosecond Dielectric Barrier Discharge (ns-DBD) plasma actuator is presented in this thesis. This work aimed to answer fundamental questions on the actuation mechanism of this device. In order to do so, parametric studies in a quiescent air as well as laminar bounded of free shear layers were performed....
doctoral thesis 2016
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De Jong, A.T. (author)
doctoral thesis 2012
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