List of Publications

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2017
Rockwood, M.P., Taira, K., & Green, M. A. Detecting vortex formation and shedding in cylinder wakes using Lagrangian coherent structures. AIAA Journal. 55, 1, 15-23.

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Magstadt, A. S., Kan, P., Berger, Z. P., Ruscher, C. J., Berry, M. G., Green, M. A., Lewalle, J. & Glauser, M. N. Turbulent flow physics and control: The role of big data analyses tools. in Whither Turbulence in and Big Data in the 21st Century? Ed. Pollard, A., Castillo, L., Danaila, L., & Glauser, M. N. Springer, 295-322. Online.

2016
Kumar, R., King. J. T. & Green, M. A. Momentum distribution in the wake of a trapezoidal pitching panel. Marine Technology Society Journal. 50, 5, 9-23.

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2015
Huang, Y. & Green, M.A. Detection and tracking of vortex phenomena using Lagrangian coherent structures. Experiments in Fluids. 56, 7, 1-12

2011
Buchholz, J.H.H, Green, M.A., & Smits, A.J. Scaling the circulation shed by a pitching panel. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 688. 591-601.

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Green, M.A., Rowley, C.W., & Smits, A.J. The unsteady three-dimensional wake produced by a trapezoidal panel. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 685. 117-145.

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2010
Green, M.A., Rowley, C.W., & Smits, A.J. Using hyperbolic Lagrangian coherent structures to investigate vortices in bioinspired fluid flows. Chaos. 20. (017510)

2008
Green, M.A. & Smits, A.J. Effects of three-dimensionality on thrust production by a pitching panel. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 615. 211-220.

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2007
Green, M.A., Rowley, C.W., & Haller, G. Detection of Lagrangian coherent structures in three-dimensional turbulence. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 572. 111-120.

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