Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
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Thomas S. Lundgren
Professor Emeritus
(Retired 2000)

Professor Lundgren Smiling

Professor Lundgren's research is focused on fluid mechanics of vorticity as applied to turbulence structure, rotating flows and numerical analysis, and fluid mechanics of composite fluids (multiphase flows).

Degrees

Ph.D., Fluid Mechanics, University of Minnesota, 1960.
M.S., Aeronautical Engineering, University of Minnesota, 1956.
B.S., Aeronautical Engineering, University of Minnesota, 1954.

Experience

1966 - 2000: Professor Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota
1963 - 1966: Associate Professor Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota
1960 - 1963: Assistant Professor Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota

Five Recent Publications

Lundgren, T. S. (2008). Turbulent scaling. Physics of Fluids, 20(3) 

Apte, S. V., Mahesh, K., & Lundgren, T. (2008). Accounting for finite-size effects in simulations of disperse particle-laden flows. International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 34(3), 260-271

Lundgren, T. S., & Joseph, D. D. (2007). Symmetric model of capillary collapse and rupture (keynote). Paper presented at the 2007 Proceedings of the 5th Joint ASME/JSME Fluids Engineering Summer Conference, FEDSM 2007, , 1 SYMPOSIA(PART A) 569-576

Lundgren, T. S. (2007). Asymptotic analysis of the constant pressure turbulent boundary layer. Physics of Fluids, 19(5)

Apte, S. V., Mahesh, K., & Lundgren, T. (2006). Modeling finite-size effects in LES/DNS of two-phase flows, Retrieved from www.scopus.com

Scientific and Professional Societies

American Physical Society
Institute for Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems - North and South America (ILASS-Americas)
APS Division of Fluid Dynamics (DFD) - Excecutive committee (1992-1994)

Honors and Awards

1994, Fellow of American Physical Society
2006, Fluid Dynamics Prize, American Physical Society
2006, Outstanding Achievment Award, Regents University of Minnesota

Subjects and Courses Taught

 
Graduate
- AEM 8201--Fluid Mechanics I
- AEM 8203--Fluid Mechanics III
- AEM 8216--Theory of Turbulence I
- AEM 8217--Theory of Turbulence II
- AEM 8880--Plan B Project

 


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