Joshua R. Brinkerhoff
Joshua R. Brinkerhoff
Associate Professor, School of Engineering, UBC-Okanagan
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Interaction of viscous and inviscid instability modes in separation–bubble transition
JR Brinkerhoff, MI Yaras
Physics of Fluids 23 (12), 2011
Optimal renewable energy supply choices for net-zero ready buildings: A life cycle thinking approach under uncertainty
H Karunathilake, K Hewage, J Brinkerhoff, R Sadiq
Energy and buildings 201, 70-89, 2019
On the lattice Boltzmann method and its application to turbulent, multiphase flows of various fluids including cryogens: A review
KJ Petersen, JR Brinkerhoff
Physics of Fluids 33 (4), 2021
Enhancement of cyclone solid particle separation performance based on geometrical modification: Numerical analysis
WI Mazyan, A Ahmadi, J Brinkerhoff, H Ahmed, M Hoorfar
Separation and Purification Technology 191, 276-285, 2018
Experimental and computational study of mixing mechanisms in an axisymmetric lobed mixer
JR Brinkerhoff, H Oria, MI Yaras
Journal of propulsion and power 29 (5), 1017-1030, 2013
Direct numerical simulation of convective heat transfer in a zero-pressure-gradient boundary layer with supercritical water
C Azih, JR Brinkerhoff, MI Yaras
Journal of Thermal Science 21, 49-59, 2012
Comparative thermoeconomic analysis of geothermal energy recovery via super/transcritical CO2 and subcritical organic Rankine cycles
A Habibollahzade, KJ Petersen, M Aliahmadi, I Fakhari, JR Brinkerhoff
Energy Conversion and Management 251, 115008, 2022
Numerical investigation of the generation and growth of coherent flow structures in a triggered turbulent spot
JR Brinkerhoff, MI Yaras
Journal of fluid mechanics 759, 257-294, 2014
Numerical analysis of laminar and transitional flow in a planar sudden expansion
N Moallemi, JR Brinkerhoff
Computers & Fluids 140, 209-221, 2016
Numerical investigation of transition in a boundary layer subjected to favourable and adverse streamwise pressure gradients and elevated free stream turbulence
JR Brinkerhoff, MI Yaras
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 781, 52-86, 2015
Development and validation of a homogeneous flow model for simulating cavitation in cryogenic fluids
S Rahbarimanesh, J Brinkerhoff, J Huang
Applied Mathematical Modelling 56, 584-611, 2018
Direct numerical simulation of a square jet ejected transversely into an accelerating, laminar main flow
JR Brinkerhoff, MI Yaras
Flow, turbulence and combustion 89, 519-546, 2012
Moving Least Squares Reconstruction for Sharp Interface Immersed Boundary Methods
MH Mohammadi, F Sotiropoulos, J Brinkerhoff
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 2018
Predicting hydrogen adsorption and desorption rates in cylindrical metal hydride beds: Empirical correlations and machine learning
CS Wang, J Brinkerhoff
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 46 (47), 24256-24270, 2021
Is there a general time scale for hydrogen storage with metal hydrides or activated carbon?
CS Wang, J Brinkerhoff
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 46 (21), 12031-12034, 2021
Advances in mathematical modeling of hydrogen adsorption and desorption in metal hydride beds with lattice Boltzmann method
CS Wang, J Brinkerhoff
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45 (56), 32179-32195, 2020
Eulerian-Eulerian large eddy simulation of two-phase dilute bubbly flows
MH Mohammadi, F Sotiropoulos, JR Brinkerhoff
Chemical Engineering Science 208, 115156, 2019
Instability and localized turbulence associated with flow through an axisymmetric sudden expansion
N Moallemi, JR Brinkerhoff
International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow 72, 161-173, 2018
Low-cost lumped parameter modelling of hydrogen storage in solid-state materials
CS Wang, J Brinkerhoff
Energy Conversion and Management 251, 115005, 2022
Numerical investigations of turbulent heat transfer enhancement in circular tubes via modified internal profiles
SZ Dizjeh, J Brinkerhoff
International Journal of Thermofluids 16, 100237, 2022
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