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- Haoxiang Luo, Rajat Mittal, Xudong Zheng, Steven Bielamowicz, Raymond Walsh, James K. Hahn
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2008

A new numerical approach for modeling a class of flow-structure interaction problems typically encountered in biological systems is presented. In this approach, a previously developed, sharp-interface, immersed-boundary method for incompressible flows is used to model the fluid flow and a new, sharp-interface Cartesian grid, immersed boundary method is… (More)

- Xudong Zheng, Steve Bielamowicz, Haoxiang Luo, Rajat Mittal
- Annals of biomedical engineering
- 2009

The false vocal folds are believed to be components of the acoustic filter that is responsible for shaping the voice. However, the effects of false vocal folds on the vocal fold vibration and the glottal aerodynamic during phonation remain unclear. This effect has implications for computational modeling of phonation as well as for understanding laryngeal… (More)

- Haoxiang Luo, Rajat Mittal, Steven A Bielamowicz
- The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
- 2009

A recently developed immersed-boundary method is used to model the flow-structure interaction associated with the human phonation. The glottal airflow is modeled as a two-dimensional incompressible flow driven by a constant subglottal pressure, and the vocal folds are modeled as a pair of three-layered, two-dimensional, viscoelastic structures. Both the… (More)

- Fang-Bao Tian, Haoxiang Luo, Luoding Zhu, James C. Liao, Xi-Yun Lu
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2011

We have introduced a modified penalty approach into the flow-structure interaction solver that combines an immersed boundary method (IBM) and a multi-block lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) to model an incompressible flow and elastic boundaries with finite mass. The effect of the solid structure is handled by the IBM in which the stress exerted by the… (More)

- Jialei Song, Haoxiang Luo, Tyson L Hedrick
- Journal of the Royal Society, Interface
- 2014

A three-dimensional computational fluid dynamics simulation is performed for a ruby-throated hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) in hovering flight. Realistic wing kinematics are adopted in the numerical model by reconstructing the wing motion from high-speed imaging data of the bird. Lift history and the three-dimensional flow pattern around the wing in… (More)

- Hu Dai, Haoxiang Luo, James F. Doyle, H. Dai, H. Luo, J. F. Doyle
- 2011

(Received ?? and in revised form ??) In order to study the role of the passive deformation in the aerodynamics of insect wings, we computa-tionally model the three-dimensional fluid–structure interaction of an elastic rectangular wing at a low aspect ratio during hovering flight. The code couples a viscous incompressible flow solver based on the… (More)

- Bo Yin, Haoxiang Luo
- 2010

Insect wings in flight typically deform under the combined aerodynamic force and wing inertia; whichever is dominant depends on the mass ratio defined as m ء = s h / ͑ f c͒, where s h is the surface density of the wing, f is the density of the air, and c is the characteristic length of the wing. To study the differences that the wing inertia makes… (More)

A viscous flow past three filaments in side-by-side arrangement is studied by a numerical simulation and is accompanied by a previously established linear stability analysis. Other than the coupling modes reported previously, which include the in-phase mode, symmetrical mode, and out-of-phase mode, three additional modes are identified in the nonlinear… (More)

- Fang-Bao Tian, Haoxiang Luo, Luoding Zhu, Xi-Yun Lu
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2010

A filament flapping in the bow wake of a rigid body is considered in order to study the hydrodynamic interaction between flexible and rigid bodies in tandem arrangement. Both numerical and experimental methods are adopted to analyze the motion of the filament, and the drag force on both bodies is computed. It is shown that the results largely depend on the… (More)

The contravariant form of the Navier–Stokes equations in a fixed curvilinear coordinate system is well known. However, when the curvilinear coordinate system is time-varying, such as when a body-fitted grid is used to compute the flow over a compliant surface, considerable care is needed to handle the momentum term correctly. The present paper derives the… (More)