Sean D. Peterson
Sean D. Peterson
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Waterloo
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TitleCited byYear
Energy harvesting from base excitation of ionic polymer metal composites in fluid environments
M Aureli, C Prince, M Porfiri, SD Peterson
Smart materials and Structures 19 (1), 015003, 2009
2102009
Evolution of jets emanating from short holes into crossflow
SD Peterson, MW Plesniak
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 503, 57-91, 2004
1172004
A particle image velocimetry study of vibrating ionic polymer metal composites in aqueous environments
SD Peterson, M Porfiri, A Rovardi
IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics 14 (4), 474-483, 2009
752009
Short-hole jet-in-crossflow velocity field and its relationship to film-cooling performance
S Peterson, M Plesniak
Experiments in fluids 33 (6), 889-898, 2002
692002
Hydrodynamics of underwater propulsors based on ionic polymer–metal composites: a numerical study
K Abdelnour, E Mancia, SD Peterson, M Porfiri
Smart Materials and Structures 18 (8), 085006, 2009
652009
Energy exchange between a vortex ring and an ionic polymer metal composite
SD Peterson, M Porfiri
Applied Physics Letters 100 (11), 114102, 2012
612012
Energy harvesting from the tail beating of a carangiform swimmer using ionic polymer–metal composites
Y Cha, M Verotti, H Walcott, SD Peterson, M Porfiri
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 8 (3), 036003, 2013
552013
Non-uniform flow behavior in a parallel plate flow chamber alters endothelial cell responses
JA McCann, SD Peterson, MW Plesniak, TJ Webster, KM Haberstroh
Annals of Biomedical Engineering 33 (3), 328, 2005
522005
A review of lumped-element models of voiced speech
BD Erath, M Zanartu, KC Stewart, MW Plesniak, DE Sommer, ...
Speech Communication 55 (5), 667-690, 2013
512013
Energy harvesting from a piezoelectric biomimetic fish tail
Y Cha, W Chae, H Kim, H Walcott, SD Peterson, M Porfiri
Renewable Energy 86, 449-458, 2016
452016
Three-dimensional particle tracking using micro-particle image velocimetry hardware
SD Peterson, HS Chuang, ST Wereley
Measurement Science and Technology 19 (11), 115406, 2008
442008
Modeling the effects of a posterior glottal opening on vocal fold dynamics with implications for vocal hyperfunction
M Zañartu, GE Galindo, BD Erath, SD Peterson, GR Wodicka, RE Hillman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (6), 3262-3271, 2014
412014
A theoretical model of the pressure field arising from asymmetric intraglottal flows applied to a two-mass model of the vocal folds
BD Erath, SD Peterson, M Zañartu, GR Wodicka, MW Plesniak
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 130 (1), 389-403, 2011
372011
The influence of inlet velocity profile and secondary flow on pulsatile flow in a model artery with stenosis
SD Peterson, MW Plesniak
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 616, 263-301, 2008
362008
Temporally-resolved hydrodynamics in the vicinity of a vibrating ionic polymer metal composite
C Prince, W Lin, J Lin, SD Peterson, M Porfiri
Journal of Applied Physics 107 (9), 094908, 2010
322010
Mechanochromic polyurethane strain sensor
F Cellini, S Khapli, SD Peterson, M Porfiri
Applied Physics Letters 105 (6), 061907, 2014
232014
Wall shear stress measurements for conventional applications and biomedical flows
M Plesniak, S Peterson
24th AIAA Aerodynamic Measurement Technology and Ground Testing Conference, 2301, 2004
222004
Flow measurement and thrust estimation of a vibrating ionic polymer metal composite
W Chae, Y Cha, SD Peterson, M Porfiri
Smart Materials and Structures 24 (9), 095018, 2015
192015
Estimation of inferior-superior vocal fold kinematics from high-speed stereo endoscopic data in vivo
DE Sommer, IT Tokuda, SD Peterson, KI Sakakibara, H Imagawa, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (6), 3290-3300, 2014
192014
Non-stationary Bayesian estimation of parameters from a body cover model of the vocal folds
PJ Hadwin, GE Galindo, KJ Daun, M Zañartu, BD Erath, E Cataldo, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (5), 2683-2696, 2016
162016
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