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Publications

 

BOOKS

A. T. Conlisk, ``Introduction to Micro- and Nanofluidics'', Cambridge University Press, to be published 2008 or 2009.

 

ARCHIVAL PUBLICATIONS

Lei Chen and A. T. Conlisk, ``Electroosmotic Flow and Particle Transport in Micro/nano Nozzles and Diffusers'', Biomedical Microdevices, 10, No. 2, 2008.

A. T. Conlisk, Ankan Kumar and Arfaan Rampersaud, ``Ionic and Biomolecular Transport in Nanochannels'', Nanoscale and Microscale Thermophysical Engineering11, No. 1, pp. 177-199, 2007.

Reza Sadr, Minami Yoda, P. Gnanaprakasam  and A. T. Conlisk, ``Experimental Measurements Inside the Diffuse Electric Double Layer in Electroosmotic Flow'', Applied Physics Letters89, 044103-044106, 2006.  Also selected for the August 7, 2006 issue of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology. The Virtual Journal, which is published by the American Institute of Physics and the American Physical Society in cooperation with numerous other societies and publishers, is an edited compilation of links to articles from participating publishers, covering a focused area of frontier research.

V. Godavarty, D. P. Pulla, O. R. Burggraf and A. T. Conlisk, ``An Inviscid Model of the Formation of a Rotor Tip Vortex'', AIAA Journal44, No. 7, pp. 1653-1661, 2006.

J. C. Ramirez and A. T. Conlisk, ``Formation of Vortices Near Abrupt Nano-channel Height Changes in Electroosmotic Flow of Aqueous Solutions'', Biomedical Microdevices8, No. 4, pp. 325-330, 2006.

Wei Zhu, Sherwin Singer, Zhi Zheng and A. T. Conlisk, `` Electroosmotic Flow of a Model Electrolyte'', Physical Review E71, pp. 041501-1 to 041501-12, 2005. 

A. T. Conlisk, ``The Debye-Huckel Approximation: Its Use in Describing Electroosmotic Flow in Micro and Nano-channels'', Electrophoresis26, pp. 1896-1912, 2005.

S. Bhattacharyya, Z. Zheng and A. T. Conlisk, ``Electroosmotic Flow in Two-dimensional Charged Micro- and Nanochannels'', Journal of Fluid Mechanics540, pp. 247-267, 2005.

Pulak Nath, Shuvo Roy, A. T. Conlisk and Aaron Fleischman, ``A System for Micro/Nano Fluidic Flow Diagnostics'', Biomedical Microdevices7, No. 3, pp. 169-177, 2005.

Reza Sadr, Minami Yoda, Z. Zheng and A. T. Conlisk, ``An Experimental Study of Electroosmotic Flow in Rectangular Microchannels'', Journal of Fluid Mechanics506, pp. 357-367, 2004.

Zhi Zheng, Derek J, Hansford, and A. T. Conlisk, ``Effect of Multivalent Ions on Electroosmotic Flow in Micro and Nanochannels'', Electrophoresis24, pp. 3006-3017.2003

Santosh Kini and A. T. Conlisk, ``On the Nature of Locally Steady Rotor Wakes'', Journal of Aircraft39, No. 5, pp. 750-758, 2002.

Hui Li, O. R. Burggraf, and A. T. Conlisk, ``On the Formation of a Rotor Tip Vortex'', Journal of Aircraft39, No. 5, pp. 739-749, 2002.

A. T. Conlisk, Jennifer McFerran, Zhi Zheng and Derek Hansford, ``Mass Transfer and Flow in Electrically Charged Micro- and Nano-channels'', Analytical Chemistry74, Issue 9, pp. 2139-2150, 2002.

Rohit Jain and A. T. Conlisk, ``Interaction of Tip-Vortices in the Wake of a Two-Bladed Rotor in Axial Flight'', Journal of the American Helicopter Society45, No. 3, pp. 157-164. 2000

T. D. Radcliff, O. R. Burggraf and A. T. Conlisk, ``On the Three- Dimensional Interaction of a Rotor Tip-Vortex with a Cylindrical Surface'', Journal of Fluid Mechanics,425, pp. 301-334, 2000.

Jeff Lee and A. T. Conlisk, ``Collision of a Vortex Jet with Stator Vanes'', AIAA Journal, 38, No. 3, March 2000.

Z. Xiao, H. Affes, A. T. Conlisk, J.M. Kim, and N. M. Komerath, ``A Model for  Rotor Tip Vortex-Airframe Interaction Part 3: The Viscous Flow on the Airframe'', AIAA Journal36, No. 2, pp. 409-415, February 1998.

J. A. Lee, O. R. Burggraf, and A. T. Conlisk, ``On the Impulsive Blocking of a Vortex-Jet'',   Journal of Fluid Mechanics369, pp. 301-331, 1998.

Z. Xiao and O. R. Burggraf, and A. T. Conlisk, ``The Interacting Boundary Layer Due to a Vortex Outside a Cylinder'', Journal of Fluid Mechanics346, pp. 319-346, 1997.

A. T. Conlisk, ``A Model for the Prediction of the Performance of a Spined-Tube Absorber: Part 1 Governing Equations and Dimensional Analysis'', ASHRAE Transactions,102, Part 1, pp. 110-121, 1996.

A. T. Conlisk, ``A Model for the Prediction of the Performance of a Spined-Tube Absorber: Part 2 Model and Results'', ASHRAE Transactions102, Part 1, pp. 122-131, 1996.

A. T. Conlisk, ``Analytical Solutions for Falling Film Absorption of Ternary Mixtures, Part 1: Theory'', Chemical Engineering Science51, No. 7, pp. 1157-1168, 1996.

A. T. Conlisk and Jie Mao, ``Non-Isothermal Absorption on a Horizontal Tube Part 1: Film Flow'', Chemical Engineering Science51, No. 8, pp. 1275-1285, 1996.

Z. Xiao, E. C. Adams, and A. T. Conlisk, ``Terminal Structure of Unsteady Classical and Interacting Boundary Layers'', Physics of Fluids8, No. 6, pp. 1397-1407, 1996.

A. T. Conlisk,  ``Analytical Solutions for the Heat and Mass Transfer in a Falling Film Absorber'',  Chemical Engineering Science50, No. 4, pp. 651-660, 1995.

A. T. Conlisk, ``The Effect of Coolant Flow Conditions on the Performance of an Absorber'', ASHRAE Transactions101, Part 2, pp. 73-80, 1995.

Eric Adams, A. T. Conlisk, and F. T. Smith, ``Adaptive Grid Methods for Vortex-Induced Boundary Layers'', AIAA Journal33, No. 5, May, pp. 864-870, 1995.

T. Conlisk, ``The Structure of Falling Film Heat and Mass Transfer on a Fluted Tube'', AIChE Journal, 4, No. 5, pp. 756-766, 1994.

A. T. Conlisk,  ``Semi-Analytical Design of a Falling Film Absorber'', ASME Journal of Heat Transfer116, No. 4, pp. 1055-1058, November 1994.

Z. Xiao,  H. Affes, and  A. T. Conlisk,  ``The Boundary Layer Flow due to a Vortex Approaching a Cylinder'', Journal of Fluid Mechanics275, pp. 33-58, 1994. 

H. Affes and A. T. Conlisk, ``A Model for Rotor Tip Vortex-Airframe Interaction, Part 1: Theory, AIAA Journal31, No. 12, pp. 2263-2273, 1993.

H. Affes, A. T. Conlisk, J.M. Kim, and N.M. Komerath,  ``A Model for Rotor Tip Vortex-Airframe Interaction, Part 2: Comparison with Experiment'', AIAA Journal31, No. 12, pp. 2274-2282, 1993.

C.M. Kim and A. T. Conlisk, ``The Flow and Acoustic Field due to an Inclined Plate Fitted with a Downstream Splitter'', Journal of Sound and Vibration166, No. 2, pp. 209-236, 1993. 

Bryan Tucker and A. T. Conlisk, ``Massive Vortex Motion in the Presence of Solid Boundaries'', Physics of Fluids A4, No. 2, pp. 290-305, 1992.

A. T. Conlisk, ``Falling Film Absorption on a Cylindrical Tube'', AIChE J.38, No. 11, pp. 1716-1728, 1992.

C. M. Kim and A. T. Conlisk, ``Flow Induced Vibration and Noise by a Pair of Tandem Cylinders due to Buffeting'', Journal of Fluids and Structures4, pp. 471-493, 1990. 

Zhang Cunzhen and A. T. Conlisk, ``Mass Transfer in a Gas Centrifuge at High Flowrate'', Journal of Fluid Mechanics208, pp. 355-373, 1989.

A. T. Conlisk, Y. G. Guezennec, and G. S. Elliott, ``Chaotic Motion of an Array of Vortices Above a Flat Wall'', Physics of Fluids A1, pp. 704-717, 1989. 

Fu-Sheng Chuang and A. T. Conlisk,  ``The Effect of Interaction on the Boundary Layer Induced by a Convected Rectilinear Vortex'', Journal of Fluid Mechanics200, pp. 337-365, l989. 

R. E. Johnson and A. T. Conlisk,  ``Laminar Film Condensation and Evaporation on a Vertically Fluted Surface'', Journal of Fluid Mechanics184, pp. 245-266, 1987.

A. T. Conlisk, ``The Effect of Aspect Ratio and Feed Flowrate on the Separative Power of a Gas Centrifuge'', Chemical Engineering Science41, No. 10, pp. 2639-2650, 1986.

A. T. Conlisk and Duane Veley,  ``The Generation of Noise in Impinging Vortex Motion past a Step'', Physics of Fluids28, pp. 3004-3012, 1985.

A. T. Conlisk, ``Computation of Far-Field Sound Generation in a Fluid-Structure Interaction Problem'', Journal of Vibration, Acoustics, Stress and Reliability in Design,107, No. 2, pp. 210-215, 1985.

A. T. Conlisk, ``Effect of Source-Sink Geometry on Enrichment in a Gas Centrifuge'', Physics of Fluids26, pp. 2946-2957, 1983.

A. T. Conlisk, M. R. Foster, and J. D. A. Walker, ``Fluid Dynamics and Mass Transfer in a Gas Centrifuge'', Journal of Fluid Mechanics125, pp. 283-318, 1982.

A. T. Conlisk and J. D. A. Walker, ``Forced Convection in a Rapidly Rotating Annulus'', Journal of Fluid Mechanics122, pp. 91-108, 1982.

A. T. Conlisk and D. O. Rockwell, ``Modelling of Vortex-Corner Interactions Using Point Vortices'', Physics of Fluids24, pp. 2133-2142, 1981.

A. T. Conlisk and J. D. A. Walker, ``Incompressible Source-Sink Flow in a Rapidly Rotating Annulus'', Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics34, pp. 89-109, 1981.

 

REVIEW ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

A. T. Conlisk, ``Modelling Biomolecular Transport in Nanochannels'', in  Handbook of BIOMEMS and BIOMEDICAL NANOTECHNOLOGY, (eds. Abraham P. Lee and L. James Lee), Volume I, Biomedical and Biological Nanotechnology, Springer, May 2006, pp. 399-433.

A. T. Conlisk and Sherwin Singer, ``Modeling Electroosmotic flow in Nanochannels'', Biomolecular Sensing, Processing and Analysis (eds. R. Bashir and S. Wereley), Volume IV, Handbook of BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology, Springer, May 2006   pp. 301-330.

A. T. Conlisk, C. Roy, A. Seifert, and S. Gogineni, ``Summary of Recent Developments in Fluid Dynamics'', Aerospace America, December 2004. This is a review article citing the major developments in fluid dynamics in the previous year.

A. T. Conlisk, ``Modern Helicopter Rotor Aerodynamics'', Progress in Aerospace Sciences, Vol. 37, pp. 419-476, 2001.

A. T. Conlisk, ``Helicopter Aerodynamics'', in McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, 1999.

A. T. Conlisk, ``Modern Helicopter Aerodynamics'', in Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics,  27, pp. 515-567, 1997.

A. T. Conlisk, A. J. Smits and M. R. Visbal, ``Summary of Recent Developments in Fluid Dynamics'',    Aerospace America, December 1994, pp. 12-13. This is a review article citing the major developments in fluid dynamics in the previous year.

A. T. Conlisk, ``Fluid Dynamics and Design of Gas Centrifuges'' in  Encyclopedia of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 2 Chapter 46, ed. Nicholas Chereminisoff, Gulf Publishing, West Orange, New Jersey, pp. 1393-1432, 1985.

 

SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS

William L. Oberkampf, Munir Sindir, and A. T. Conlisk, ``Guide for the Verification and Validation of Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations'', AIAA G-077-98. This is a document which lays out procedures for assessing the reliability of fluid dynamics computations and was commissioned by the American  Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics(AIAA). This is a guide which has official AIAA endorsement.