MS Graduates 2017-09-02T20:59:47+00:00

MS Graduates

Aug . 1993 – Thomas P. Abraham
Proposed Smoothing Technique to Avoid Numerical Instabilities in a Hydrodynamic Numerical Model

1972 – A. T. Bhashyam
Interaction of Oblique Shock Wave on a Laminar Boundary Layer by Computational Modeling

Dec . 1992 – Randy Bowie
Interactive Visualization for Computational Hydroscience and Engineering Modeling

1988 – Eduardo Esteban Cadavid
Hydraulic Geometry of Channel Networks: Tests of Scaling Invariance

May. 1999 – Ricardo Cadavid

1984 – G. B. Chatterji
Computer Simulation of Hydrological Effect of Surface Mining

May 1996 – Shihab A. Choudhury
Modeling and Simulation of Aggradation, Degradation and Meander Bed Evolution of Alluvial Rivers

1970 – S. K. Dixit
Hydrodynamic stability of Blunt Body Flowfields Near Stagnation Point of an Idea Dissociating Gas

Dec. 1991 – Xibing Dou
A Numerical Simulation of Local Scour Around a Rectangular Pier

1971 – B. V. Gala
Refractivity of High Temperature Gases

May 1995 – Diego A. Galeano
A Graphic Two and Three Dimensional Particle Path Tracer Package for Computational Hydroscience

1974 – Y. Hsia
Numerical Solution of Turbulent Boundary Layer Flows

Dec. 1993 – Mohammed Abdul Malik
A Contour Mapping Package for Computational Hydroscience in X Windows

May 1992 – Nirajan Lal Mangla
On Improving the Accuracy of Stereoscopic Particle Imaging Technique Towards Destimating the Three Dimensional Vorticity Field

1971 – N. P. Reddy
On the Stability of Hypersonic Viscous Shock Layer of Finite Rate Chemistry

May 1993 – John Bowman Salomon
Linking 2D and 3D Numerical Models of Free Surface Flow with the Conservation of Mass and Momentum

1979 – Bernard T.Y. Su
Computer Simulation of 2-D Cascade Flow of Ideal Fluids in Turbomachinery

1985 – T. Tang
Computer Simulation of Pollutant Transport in Subsurface Flows

Aug. 1985 – Fernando Mauricio Toro
A Two-Dimensional Finite Element Model for Coastal Hydrodynamic Simulation

Dec. 1986 – J. J. Trujillo
Multilevel Finite Element Models for Sediment Transport Simulation

Dec. 1990 – Jianye Xie
Figure Sequence Structures — An Approach of Computer Graphics Animation for 4-D Fluid Flow Display

1972 – M. K. Yang
Application of FORMAC Language on Hydrodynamic Stability Analysis of a Conical Shock Layer