Jaime G. Wong
Jaime G. Wong
Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering, University of Alberta
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Determining the relative stability of leading-edge vortices on nominally two-dimensional flapping profiles
JG Wong, DE Rival
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 766, 611, 2015
An investigation into vortex growth and stabilization for two-dimensional plunging and flapping plates with varying sweep
JG Wong, J Kriegseis, DE Rival
Journal of Fluids and Structures 43, 231-243, 2013
Rapid flow separation for transient inflow conditions versus accelerating bodies: An investigation into their equivalency
JG Wong, A Mohebbian, J Kriegseis, DE Rival
Journal of Fluids and Structures 40, 257-268, 2013
Modeling transverse gusts using pitching, plunging, and surging airfoil motions
JM Leung, JG Wong, GD Weymouth, DE Rival
AIAA Journal 56 (8), 3271-3278, 2018
Investigation of vortex development on accelerating spanwise-flexible wings
MV Jain, JG Wong, DE Rival
Journal of Fluids and Structures 54, 466-478, 2015
Investigation of approach conditions for very low head (VLH) water turbine performance
B Tackaberry, A Yuen, J Vertz, C Hartloper, M Sessarego, J Wong, ...
Proceedings of the 23rd Canadian Congress of Applied Mechanics, 698-701, 2011
Rapid manoeuvring with spanwise-flexible wings
JG Wong, DE Rival
Journal of Fluids and Structures 75, 1-8, 2017
Coupling temporal and spatial gradient information in high-density unstructured Lagrangian measurements
JG Wong, GA Rosi, A Rouhi, DE Rival
Experiments in Fluids 58 (10), 140, 2017
Flow separation on flapping and rotating profiles with spanwise gradients
JG Wong, DE Rival
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 12 (2), 026008, 2017
Circulation redistribution in leading-edge vortices with spanwise flow
JG Wong, G Gillespie, DE Rival
AIAA Journal 56 (10), 3857-3862, 2018
Wing kinematics and flexibility for optimal manoeuvring and escape
J Wong
Experimental and analytical investigation of meso-scale slug bubble dynamics in a square capillary channel
R Azadi, J Wong, DS Nobes
Physics of Fluids 32 (8), 083304, 2020
Towards a model for the instantaneous aerodynamic forces on accelerating profiles with spanwise flow
J Wong
Graduate Studies, 2013
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