Michael MacDonald
Michael MacDonald
Lecturer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Auckland
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A systematic investigation of roughness height and wavelength in turbulent pipe flow in the transitionally rough regime
L Chan, M MacDonald, D Chung, N Hutchins, A Ooi
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 771, 743-777, 2015
972015
A fast direct numerical simulation method for characterising hydraulic roughness
D Chung, L Chan, M MacDonald, N Hutchins, A Ooi
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 773, 418-431, 2015
572015
Turbulent flow over transitionally rough surfaces with varying roughness densities
M MacDonald, L Chan, D Chung, N Hutchins, A Ooi
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 804, 130-161, 2016
402016
The minimal-span channel for rough-wall turbulent flows
M MacDonald, D Chung, N Hutchins, L Chan, A Ooi, R Garcia-Mayoral
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 816, 5-42, 2017
332017
Secondary motion in turbulent pipe flow with three-dimensional roughness
L Chan, M MacDonald, D Chung, N Hutchins, A Ooi
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 854, 5-33, 2018
272018
Manipulation of near-wall turbulence by surface slip and permeability
G Gómez-de-Segura, CT Fairhall, M MacDonald, D Chung, ...
Journal of Physics: Conference Series (3rd Madrid Summer School on …, 2018
142018
Direct numerical simulation of high aspect ratio spanwise-aligned bars
M MacDonald, A Ooi, R García-Mayoral, N Hutchins, D Chung
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 843, 126-155, 2018
112018
Roughness effects in turbulent forced convection
M MacDonald, N Hutchins, D Chung
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 861, 138-162, 2019
92019
Hydrodynamic persistence within very dilute two-dimensional suspensions of squirmers
RJ Clarke, MD Finn, M MacDonald
Proc. R. Soc. A - Math. Phy. 470 (2167), 20130508, 2014
72014
Heat transfer in rough-wall turbulent thermal convection in the ultimate regime
M MacDonald, N Hutchins, D Lohse, D Chung
Physical Review Fluids 4, 071501(R), 2019
52019
The minimal channel: a fast and direct method for characterising roughness
M MacDonald, D Chung, N Hutchins, L Chan, A Ooi, R García-Mayoral
Journal of Physics: Conference Series (2nd Multiflow Summer School on …, 2016
52016
Direct Numerical Simulation of the Moist Stably Stratified Surface Layer: Turbulence and Fog Formation
M MacDonald, MJ Kurowski, J Teixeira
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 175, 343-368, 2020
22020
Numerical Simulation of a Rough-Wall Pipe from the Transitionally Rough Regime to the Fully Rough Regime
L Chan, M MacDonald, D Chung, N Hutchins, A Ooi
19th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference. Melbourne, Australia, 2014
22014
A comprehensive DNS database to investigate measures of roughness and LES wall models
M MacDonald, D Chung, N Hutchins, L Chan, A Ooi, GI Park, B Pierce
Proceedings of the Summer Program 2014, 445--455, 2014
22014
Analysis of the coherent and turbulent stresses of a numerically simulated rough wall pipe
L Chan, M MacDonald, D Chung, N Hutchins, A Ooi
Journal of Physics: Conference Series (15th Asian Congress of Fluid …, 2017
12017
A fast and direct method for characterizing hydraulic roughness
D Chung, M MacDonald, L Chan, N Hutchins, A Ooi
9th International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow, Melbourne …, 2015
12015
Direct numerical simulation of fog formation within the surface layer
M MacDonald, MJ Kurowski, J Teixeira
22nd Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference. Brisbane, Australia, 2020
2020
Numerical Simulations of Laboratory–Scale Buoyancy Vortices
T Bischof, M MacDonald, JE Cater, RGJ Flay
22nd Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference. Brisbane, Australia, 2020
2020
Scaling of Experimental Buoyancy Vortex Structures with Respect to Power Generation
NA Hawkes, RGJ Flay, JE Cater, M Macdonald
Journal of Physics: Conference Series (The Science of Making Torque from …, 2020
2020
Scaling Behavior of a Turbulent Kinetic Energy Closure Scheme for the Stably Stratified Atmosphere: A Steady-State Analysis
M MacDonald, J Teixeira
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 77, 3161–3170, 2020
2020
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