Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Integrative Simulations & Computational Fluids Lab

Research goals of our group are to advance modern physics-based computational capabilities as applied to turbulent flows and multi-physics systems, so that the most accurate, high fidelity representation of these systems could be obtained. The knowledge thus extracted is used to enhance our scientific understanding and improve the engineering processes in these systems. We use an integrative approach to research, involving development of high-order methods for challenging problems, fundamental analysis of turbulence, and applications in the fields of wind energy, aerospace, and bio-fluid mechanics.

Five recent publications

F. Zhang and Y. T. Peet (2023), "Discontinuous Galerkin Spectral Element Method for Shock Capturing with Summation by Parts Properties", Journal of Computational Physics: X, vol. 17, pp. 100123:1-26 [.pdf]

D. J. Coxe, Y. T. Peet and R. J. Adrian (2022), "On Stokes' Second Problem Solutions in Cylindrical and Cartesian Domains", Physical of Fluids, vol. 34, No. 10, pp. 103615:1-11 [.pdf]

T. Chatterjee and Y. T. Peet (2021), "Streamwise Inhomogeneity of Spectra and Vertical Coherence of Turbulent Motions in a Finite-Size Wind Farm", Physical Review Fluids, vol. 6, pp. 114601:1-25 [.pdf]

Y. Xu and Y. T. Peet (2021), "Effect of an on/off HVAC Control on Indoor Temperature Distribution and Cycle Variability in a Single-Floor Residential Building", Energy and Buildings, vol. 259, pp. 111289:1-20 [.pdf]

Y. Xu and Y. T. Peet (2021), "Verification and Convergence Study of a Spectral-Element Numerical Methodology for Fluid-Structure Interaction", Journal of Computational Physics: X, vol. 10, pp. 100084:1-34 [.pdf]

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