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Elbing, Brian R.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Oklahoma State University
218 Engineering North
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078-5016 USA
Phone: (405) 744-5897
Fax: (405) 744-7873
Areas of Interest
- Experimental Fluid Mechanics
- Multiphase Flow
- Flow Control
- Flow Visualization and Imaging
- Drag Reduction
- High-speed gear Lubrication
- Flow Noise Reduction
Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan
M.S.E., Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Western Michigan University
- Assistant Professor, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Oklahoma State University, 2013-present
- Research Associate, Applied Research Laboratory, Pennsylvania State University, 2010-2013
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, 2009-2010
- Graduate Research Assistant, Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, 2004-2008
- Research Assistant, NASA Langley Research Center, 2004
BR Elbing, M Perlin, DR Dowing & SL Ceccio (2013) “Modification of the mean near-wall velocity profile of a high-Reynolds number turbulent boundary layer with the injection of drag-reducing polymer solutions,” Physics of Fluids, 25(8), 085103.
BR Elbing, S Mäkiharju, A Wiggins, M Perlin, DR Dowling & SL Ceccio (2013) “On the scaling of air layer drag reduction,” Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 717, 484-513.
BR Elbing, MJ Solomon, M Perlin, DR Dowling & SL Ceccio (2011) “Flow-induced degradation of drag-reducing polymer solutions within a high-Reynolds number turbulent boundary layer,” Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 670, 337-364.
BR Elbing, ES Winkel, SL Ceccio, M Perlin & DR Dowling (2010) “High-Reynolds-number turbulent-boundary-layer wall-pressure fluctuations with dilute polymer solutions,” Physics of Fluids, 22(8), 085104.
BR Elbing, ES Winkel, KA Lay, SL Ceccio, DR Dowling & M Perlin (2008) “Bubble-induced skin-friction drag reduction and the abrupt transition to air-layer drag reduction,” Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 612, 201-236.