Mungal investigates mixing and chemical reaction in turbulent flows at subsonic and supersonic speeds using PLIF and PIV. Interests include physical modeling, mixing enhancements, very high Reynolds number flows, shear layers, jets in coflow and crossflow, flame stability - liftoff and blowout, augmentor flame holding, plasma actuated flows, boundary layer drag reduction with polymer addition, drag reduction of bluff bodies due to geometrical shape changes.
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|Cross-Talk in Multiple Dielectric Barrier Discharge Actuators||H. Do, W. Kim, M. A. Cappelli and M. G. Mungal||Appld. Phys. Letters||01-2008|
|Optimal discharge placement in plasma assisted combustion of a methane jet in crossflow||Wookyung Kim, Hyungrok Do, M. G. Mungal & M. A. Cappelli||Comb. Flame||01-2008|
|Formation and role of cool flames in plasma assisted premixed combustion||W. Kim, M. G. Mungal & M. A. Cappelli||Appld. Phys. Letters||01-2008|
|Streamwise Development of Turbulent Boundary Layer Drag Reduction with Polymer Injection||Y. X. Hou, V. S. R. Somandepalli & M. G. Mungal||Journal of Fluid Mechanics||01-2008|
|Mechanics and Prediction of Turbulent Drag Reduction with Polymer Additives||C. M. White & M. G. Mungal||Annual Reviews of Fluid Mechanics||01-2008|
|On the role of oxygen in dielectric barrier discharge actuation of aerodynamic flows||W. Kim, H. Do, M. G. Mungal & M. A. Cappelli||Appld. Phys. Letters||01-2007|
|Investigation of NO Production and Flame Structure in Plasma Enhanced Premixed Combustion||Wookyung Kim, Hyungrok Do, M. G. Mungal & M. A. Cappelli||Proceedings of the Combustion Institute||01-2007|
Member - The Combustion Institute. Associate Fellow - AIAA. Fellow - APS. Fellow - ASME.