Written by Baylor's Dr. Stanley Ling, this TedEd-style animated video explores the concept of spray formation and breaks it into small, easy-to-understand chunks.
ME 3345 - Advanced Thermodynamics
ME 3321 - Fluid Mechanics
ME 4447/5337 - Computational Fluid Dynamics
ME 4396 - Advanced Numerical Methods for Multiphase Flows
ME 4396 - Introduction to Turbulent Flows
Postdoctoral Researcher, Institut Jean Le Rond d'Alembert, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI) & Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Jul 2013 - Jan 2017
Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of Florida, Jan 2011 - Jun 2013
Undergraduate/Graduate Research Opportunities
Modeling and simulation of gasoline fuel injection
Simulation of breakup of liquid drops
D. Jiang and Y. Ling, “Impact of inlet gas turbulence on the formation, development, and breakup of interfacial waves in a two-phase mixing layer”, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, in print (2021).
J. Sakakeeny, Y. Ling, “Numerical study of natural oscillations of sup- ported drops with free and pinned contact lines”, Physics of Fluids, 33, 062109 (2021).
J. Sakakeeny, Y. Ling, “Natural oscillations of a sessile drop on flat surfaces with mobile contact lines”, Physical Review Fluids, 5, 123604 (2020).
B. Zhang, S. Popinet, Y. Ling, “Modeling and detailed numerical simulation of the primary breakup of a gasoline surrogate jet under non- evaporative operating conditions”, International Journal of Multiphase Flow 130, 103362 (2020).
Y. Ling, D. Fuster, G. Tryggvason, and S. Zaleski, “A two-phase mixing layer between parallel gas and liquid streams: multiphase turbulence statistics and influence of interfacial instability”, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 859, 268–307 (2019).
Y. Ling, S. Balachandar, "Asymptotic scaling laws and semi-similarity solutions for a finite-source spherical blast wave", Journal of Fluid Mechanics 850, 674-707 (2018).