Selected Publications

Wind Tunnel Complex

“Unsteadiness in hypersonic leading-edge separation”, S. K. Karthick, Soumya R Nanda, and Jacob Cohen, Experiments in Fluids, Vol. 64, No. 13 (2023), pp. 25

“Shock-related unsteadiness of axisymmetric spiked bodies in supersonic flow”, Devabrata Sahoo, S. K. Karthick, Sudip Das, and Jacob Cohen, Experiments in Fluids, Vol. 62, No. 89 (2021), pp. 21

“Parametric Experimental Studies on Supersonic Flow Unsteadiness over a Hemispherical Spiked Body”, Devabrata Sahoo, S. K. Karthick, Sudip Das, and Jacob Cohen, AIAA Journal, Vol. 58, No. 8 (2020), pp. 3446-3463

“Reducing Pressure Oscillations by change in Rear-Face Geometries at Subsonic and Transonic Speeds”, Sudip Das and Jacob Cohen, AIAA Journal, Vol. 55, No. 12 (2017). pp. 4401-4411

Aerodynamic trapping effect and its implications for capture of flying insects by carnivorous pitcher plants“, Iosilevskii, G. & Joel, D., 2013, European Journal of Mechanics – B/Fluids 38, pp. 65-72

The three-dimensional transition stages over the NACA-0009 airfoil at Reynolds numbers of several ten thousand“, Elimelech, Y.; Arieli, R.; Iosilevskii, G., 2012 Phys. Fluids 24, 024104

Wind Tunnel and Flight Evaluation of Passive Stabilization of a Cargo Container Slung Load“,Raz, R., Rosen, A., Carmeli, A., Lusardi, J., Cicolani, L.S. & Robinson, D., 2010 Journal of The American Helicopter Society  55, 3, 032001

Flow over NACA-0009 and eppler-61 airfoils at Reynolds numbers 5000 to 60,000” Elimelech, Y., Arieli, R. & Iosilevskii, G., 2007, AIAA JOURNAL, 45, 10, pp. 2414-2421

Aerodynamic interactions between adjacent slender bodies“, Weihs, D., Ringel, M., Victor, M.,2006, AIAA JOURNAL, 44, 3, pp.481-484.

Effects of Periodic Spanwise Blowing On Delta-Wing Configuration Characteristics“, Meyer, J. & Seginer, A., 1994, AIAA JOURNAL, 32, 4, pp.708-715

Experimental Investigation Of Vortex Flaps On Thick Delta-Wings“, Levin, D. & Seginer, A.,1994, Journal of Aircraft, 31, 4, pp. 988-991

Experimental and Nonlinear Vortex Lattice Method Results for Various Wing-Canard Configurations“, Rom, J., Melamed, B., & Almonsnino, D.,1993, Journal of Aircraft, 30 , 20 , pp. 207-212

A Non-Integral, Axial-Force Measuring Element“, Ringel, M., Levin, D., & Seginer, A, 1989, Experiments in Fluids, 7, 1, pp. 56-60

Nonlinear Aerodynamics Of A Delta-Wing In Combined Pitch And Roll“, Er-El, J., Seter, D. & Weihs, D., 1989, Journal of Aircraft, 26, 3, pp. 254-259

Turbulence Laboratory

A minimal flow-elements model for the generation of packets of hairpin vortices in shear flows“, Cohen, J., Karp, M. & Mehta, V., 2014, J. Fluid Mech., 747, pp. 30 – 43

A Mechanism for Generating Packets of Hairpins in Shear Flows“, Cohen, J., Karp, M. & Shukhman, I., 2012, Proceedings of the 50th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting including the New Horizons Forum and Aerospace Exposition.

Aspects of linear and nonlinear instabilities leading to transition in pipe and channel flows“. Cohen, J., Philip, J., & Ben-Dov, G., 2009, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences367(1888), pp. 509-527.

Scaling law for a subcritical transition in plane Poiseuille flow“. Philip, J., Svizher, A., & Cohen, J., 2007, Physical review letters98(15), 154502.

The effect of buoyancy on vortex breakdown in a swirling jet“, Mourtazin D., Cohen J., 2007, J. Fluid Mech., 571, 177-189.

Holographic particle image velocimetry measurements of hairpin vortices in a subcritical air channel flow“, Svizher, A., & Cohen, J., 2006, Phys. Fluids18, pp. 014105.

The evolution of a localized vortex disturbance in external shear flows. Part 2. Comparison with experiments in rotating shear flows“, Malkiel, E.,  Levinski, V. & Cohen, J., 1999, J. Fluid Mech. 379, pp. 351 – 380.

Instability of a two-dimensional plane wall jet subjected to blowing or suction”, Amitay, M. & Cohen. J.,1997, J. Fluid Mech., 344, pp. 67-94.

Laminar-turbulent transition of wall jet flows subjected to blowing or suction”, Cohen J., Amitay, M. & Bayly, B.J.,1992 , Phys. Fluids A, 4, 2, pp. 283-289.