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Martin Oberlack
Martin Oberlack
Professor Dr., Department of Mechanical Engineering, TU Darmstadt
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei fdy.tu-darmstadt.de
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A unified approach for symmetries in plane parallel turbulent shear flows
M Oberlack
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 427, 299-328, 2001
2832001
Highly accurate surface and volume integration on implicit domains by means of moment‐fitting
B Müller, F Kummer, M Oberlack
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 96 (8), 512-528, 2013
2262013
Turbulent plane Couette flow at moderately high Reynolds number
V Avsarkisov, S Hoyas, M Oberlack, JP Garcia-Galache
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 751, R1, 2014
1532014
Hydromagnetic flow in a viscoelastic fluid due to the oscillatory stretching surface
Z Abbas, Y Wang, T Hayat, M Oberlack
International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics 43 (8), 783-793, 2008
1402008
Mixed convection in the stagnation-point flow of a Maxwell fluid towards a vertical stretching surface
Z Abbas, Y Wang, T Hayat, M Oberlack
Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications 11 (4), 3218-3228, 2010
1222010
Magnetohydrodynamic peristaltic motion of a Sisko fluid in a symmetric or asymmetric channel
Y Wang, T Hayat, N Ali, M Oberlack
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 387 (2-3), 347-362, 2008
1222008
Similarity in non-rotating and rotating turbulent pipe flows
M Oberlack
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 379, 1-22, 1999
1101999
Slip effects and heat transfer analysis in a viscous fluid over an oscillatory stretching surface
Z Abbas, Y Wang, T Hayat, M Oberlack
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 59 (4), 443-458, 2009
1082009
DNS and scaling laws from new symmetry groups of ZPG turbulent boundary layer flow
G Khujadze, M Oberlack
Theoretical and computational fluid dynamics 18, 391-411, 2004
962004
On symmetries and averaging of the G-equation forpremixed combustion
M Oberlack, H Wenzel, N Peters
Combustion Theory and Modelling 5 (3), 363, 2001
882001
A high‐order discontinuous Galerkin method for compressible flows with immersed boundaries
B Müller, S Krämer‐Eis, F Kummer, M Oberlack
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 110 (1), 3-30, 2017
852017
Wall turbulence at high friction Reynolds numbers
S Hoyas, M Oberlack, F Alcántara-Ávila, SV Kraheberger, J Laux
Physical Review Fluids 7 (1), 014602, 2022
832022
New statistical symmetries of the multi-point equations and its importance for turbulent scaling laws
M Oberlack, A Rosteck
Discrete Continuous Dyn. Syst 3, 451-471, 2010
822010
On stochasticDamköhler number variations in a homogeneous flow reactor
M Oberlack, R Arlitt, N Peters
Combustion Theory and Modelling 4 (4), 495, 2000
822000
Invariant modeling in large-eddy simulation of turbulence
M Oberlack
Annual Research Briefs 3, 1997
761997
Non-isotropic dissipation in non-homogeneous turbulence
M Oberlack
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 350, 351-374, 1997
691997
New scaling laws for turbulent Poiseuille flow with wall transpiration
V Avsarkisov, M Oberlack, S Hoyas
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 746, 99-122, 2014
662014
On the decay exponent of isotropic turbulence
M Oberlack
PAMM: Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 1 (1), 294-297, 2002
612002
Symmetrie, invarianz und selbstähnlichkeit in der turbulenz
M Oberlack
Shaker, 2000
612000
Peristaltic motion of a magnetohydrodynamic micropolar fluid in a tube
Y Wang, N Ali, T Hayat, M Oberlack
Applied Mathematical Modelling 35 (8), 3737-3750, 2011
582011
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