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Theses written in English


Academic Year 2016

Master's Theses

  • Yuta Ikeya, "Revisiting Hot-Wire Anemometry Close to Solid Walls," MEng Thesis, Keio University & KTH Royal Institute of Technology (2017), 83 pp.
  • Shota Mukumoto, "An Attempt for Flexible Control of Drag and Lift Forces by Plasma Actuators," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2017), 79 pp.

Academic Year 2015

Master's Theses

  • Satoru Hataoka, "Measurement of Vortex Suppression Effects by Plasma Actuators Using Stereo Particle Image Velocimetry," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2016), 95 pp.
  • Yuta Morimoto, "Numerical Study on Body-Force Improvement of a Plasma Actuator Using Spanwise Non-Uniformity," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2016), 85 pp.

Academic Year 2014

PhD Thesis

Master's Theses

  • Yosuke Anzai, "Numerical Simulation of a Low-Reynolds Number Flow Around a Square Cylinder Controlled Using Plasma Actuators," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2015), 117 pp.
  • Haruhiko Gejima, "Experimental Study on Vortex Generator-Type Plasma Actuator: Basic Performance and Application to Suppression of Vortex Shedding," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2015), 152 pp.
  • Ryosuke Kidogawa, "Friction Drag Reduction in High Reynolds Number Spatially Developing Turbulent Boundary Layer Using Uniform Blowing Control," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2015), 87 pp.
  • Ayane Kotake, "Mach Number Dependency of Drag Reduction/Enhancement Effect by Uniform Blowing/Suction in a Supersonic Turbulent Channel Flow," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2015), 75 pp.
  • Kohei Matsumoto, "Numerical Experiments of Ion Transport Around a Plasma Actuator," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2015), 79 pp.
  • Daigo Noguchi, "Friction Drag Reduction of a Spatially Developing Boundary Layer Using a Combined Uniform Suction and Blowing," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2015), 73 pp.
  • Keisuke Uchino, "Direct Numerical Simulation of Dissimilar Control of Momentum and Heat Transfers Using Traveling Wave-Like Wall Deformation," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2015), 80 pp.

Academic Year 2013

Master's Theses

  • Kazutaka Hashimoto, "Phase Field Simulation of Two-Phase Surface Behavior Under a Uniform Shear," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2014), 64 pp.
  • Takuji Mizokami, "Lift and Drag Manipulation Using Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma Actuators Installed on the Wingtips," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2014), 84 pp.
  • Tetsuya Nakamura, "Effects of a Forest Clearing: Experimental and Numerical Assessment," MEng Thesis, Keio University & KTH Royal Institute of Technology (2014), 53 pp.
  • Kazutaka Nakayama, "Extension of Extremum Seeking Toward Dynamical Optimization in Unsteady Flow Problems, " MEng Thesis, Keio University (2014), 81 pp.
  • Yumi Utsugi, "Numerical Simulation of Flow Around Two Airfoils in Formation Flight," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2014), 60 pp.
  • Yakashi Yanai, "Analysis of Start-Up Properties of Vertical Axis Wind Turbine by Means of Flow Simulation," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2014), 78 pp.

Academic Year 2012

PhD Thesis

Master's Theses

  • Taichi Igarashi, "Direct Numerical Simulation of Flow Around a Circular Cylinder Controlled Using Plasma Actuators," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2013), 84 pp.
  • Nobuhito Tomiyama, "Direct Numerical Simulation of Drag Reduction in a Turbulent Channel Flow using Spanwise Traveling Wave-Like Wall Deformation," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2013), 72 pp.
  • Seiya Yamamoto, "Numerical Simulation of a Plasma Actuator Based on Ion Transport," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2013), 79 pp.
  • Sho Watanabe, "Direct Numerical Simulation of Friction Drag Reduction in a Turbulent Channel Flow Using Superhydrophobic Surfaces," MEng Thesis, Keio University (2013), 88 pp.

Academic Year 2011

PhD Thesis

 


Fukagata's Theses etc.

Doctoral Theses

  1. K. Fukagata,
    "Numerical Analyses on Dispersed Gas-particle Two-phase Turbulent Flows,"
    D. Eng. Thesis (The Univ. of Tokyo, 2000), iv + 214pp.

  2. K. Fukagata,
    "Large Eddy Simulation of Particulate Turbulent Channel Flows,"
    TRITA-MEK Technical Report 1999:17 (Doctoral Thesis), vi + 54 pp. + 7 papers, (KTH, Stockholm, 1999), ISRN KTH/MEK/TR-99/17-SE.

Licentiate Thesis

  1. K. Fukagata, "Large Eddy Simulation of Particulate Turbulent Channel Flows," TRITA-MEK Technical Report 1997:11 (Licentiate Thesis), vi + 16pp. + 3 papers (KTH, Stockholm, 1997), ISRN KTH/MEK/TR-97/11-SE.

Internal Reports

  1. K. Fukagata, "DNS code for turbulent channel flow," Fukagata Lab. Internal Textbook, No. FLIT-1201 (Fukagata Lab., Keio University, 2012), 76 pp. FLIT-1201.jpg

  2. K. Fukagata, "Development of DNS code for turbulent pipe flow," THTLAB Internal Report, No. ILR-0104 (Turbulence and Heat Transfer Laboratory, The Univ. of Tokyo, 2001), 62pp.

  3. K. Fukagata and S. Zahrai, "Simulation of particle motion in a turbulent velocity field, part II," ABB Corporate Research Technical Report 1996:107 (ABB Corporate Research, Västerås, 1996), 35pp., ISRN SECRC/B/TR-96/107E.

  4. K. Fukagata, "Simulation of particle motion in a turbulent velocity field, part I," ABB Corporate Research Technical Report 1995:162 (ABB Corporate Research, Västerås, 1995), 20pp. ISRN SECRC/KB/TR-95/162E.


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