Dr. Varghese Mathai (വർഗീസ് മത്തായി)



Buoyant particles and fluid turbulence
Jun 9, 2017

POF group publications

2017 3
2016 2
2015 2
Total: 7

Journal breakdown

Phys. Rev. Lett. 3
J. Fluid Mech. 1
Appl. Phys. Lett. 1
Exp. Fluids 1
Total: 7


7 Mass and Moment of Inertia Govern the Transition in the Dynamics and Wakes of Freely Rising and Falling Cylinders[arΧiv]
V. Mathai, X. Zhu, C. Sun, and D. Lohse
Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 054501 (2017)BibTeΧ
See also: Phys.Org. August 17, 2017
6 Experimental investigation of the turbulence induced by a bubble swarm rising within incident turbulence[arΧiv]
E.O. Alméras, V. Mathai, D. Lohse, and C. Sun
J. Fluid Mech. 825, 1091–1112 (2017)BibTeΧ
5 Hemodynamic comparison of stent configurations used for aortoiliac occlusive disease
E. Groot Jebbink, V. Mathai, J.T. Boersen, C. Sun, C. Slump, P. Goverde, M. Versluis, and M. Reijnen
JVS 66, 251 – 260.e1 (2017)BibTeΧ


4 Microbubbles and Microparticles are not Faithful Tracers of Turbulent Acceleration[arΧiv]
V. Mathai, E. Calzavarini, J. Brons, C. Sun, and D. Lohse
Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 024501 (2016)BibTeΧ
3 Translational and rotational dynamics of a large buoyant sphere in turbulence[arΧiv]
V. Mathai, M.W.M. Neut, E.P. van der Poel, and C. Sun
Exp. Fluids 57, 1–10 (2016)BibTeΧ


2 Wake-Driven Dynamics of Finite-Sized Buoyant Spheres in Turbulence[arΧiv]
V. Mathai, V.N. Nagendra Prakash, J. Brons, C. Sun, and D. Lohse
Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 124501 (2015)BibTeΧ
See also: supplemental material
1 On the impact of a concave nosed axisymmetric body on a free surface[arΧiv]
V. Mathai, R.N. Govardhan, and V.H. Arakeri
Appl. Phys. Lett. 106, 064101 (2015)BibTeΧ
See also: cover of that issue

Co-authors (17)

C. Sun 6
D. Lohse 4
J. Brons 2
E.O. Alméras 1
V.H. Arakeri 1
J.T. Boersen 1
E. Calzavarini 1
R.N. Govardhan 1
P. Goverde 1
E. Groot Jebbink 1
V.N. Nagendra Prakash 1
M.W.M. Neut 1
E.P. van der Poel 1
M. Reijnen 1
C. Slump 1
M. Versluis 1
X. Zhu 1

Alumnus info

2017-06-09: Graduated with a Doctor's degree

Rayleigh Benard convection conference 2018 rbc2018
Max Planck Gesellschaft
Centre for Scientific Computing