Research Output per year

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Turbulent Mixing
Mathematics

turbulent mixing
Physics & Astronomy

Rayleigh
Mathematics

fluids
Physics & Astronomy

Non-equilibrium
Mathematics

hydrodynamics
Physics & Astronomy

astrophysics
Physics & Astronomy

discontinuity
Physics & Astronomy

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## Research Output 2002 2019

## Deterministic and stochastic properties of self-similar Rayleigh-Taylor mixing induced by space-varying acceleration

Pandian, A. & Abarzhi, S., 2019, arXiv preprint.Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article

exponents

momentum

group theory

stochastic processes

## On Rayleigh-Taylor interfacial mixing

Meshkov, E. E. & Abarzhi, S., 2019, arXiv preprint.Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article

fluids

Taylor instability

high Reynolds number

astrophysics

counters

## On the fundamentals of Richtmyer-Meshkov dynamics with variable acceleration

Bhowmick, A. K., Hill, D., Matthews, M. & Abarzhi, S., 2019, arXiv preprint.Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article

shear

supersonic combustion ramjet engines

nanofabrication

group theory

time dependence

## Stability and fields’ structure in a flow with a hydrodynamic discontinuity

Ilyin, D. V., Fukumoto, Y., Anisimovc, S. I., Goddard, W. A. & Abarzhi, S., 2019, arXiv preprint.Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article

discontinuity

hydrodynamics

destabilization

flow distribution

stabilization

## Stability of an accelerated hydrodynamic discontinuity

Ilyin, D. V., Goddard, W. A., Anisimov, S. I. & Abarzhi, S., 21 Jan 2019, In : Europhysics Letters: a letters journal exploring the frontiers of physics. 125, 1, 8 p.Research output: Contribution to journal › Article

discontinuity

hydrodynamics

fluids

interface stability

incompressible fluids