James M. McDonough

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Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a useful tool in characterizing artificial lung designs by providing predictions of device performance through analyses of pressure distribution, perfusion dynamics, and gas transport properties. Validation of numerical results in membrane oxygenators has been predominantly based on experimental pressure measurements(More)
Results of experimental and numerical investigations into internal gas turbine cooling passage flows are presented in the context of developing fundamental data sets and numerical tools. In the former work, observations and comparisons of the flow downstream of a backward facing step and four turbulator arrangements are described using PIV and hot-wire(More)
Alternative discretization and solution procedures are developed for the 1-D dual phase-lag (DPL) equation, a partial differential equation for very short time, mi-croscale heat transfer obtained from a delay partial differential equation that is transformed to the usual non-delay form via Taylor expansions with respect to each of the two time delays. Then(More)