Anoop Rajappan
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Capillary flow enhancement in rectangular polymer microchannels with a deformable wall
A Rajappan, AK Sen
Physical Review E 92 (1), 013024, 2015
Influence of textural statistics on drag reduction by scalable, randomly rough superhydrophobic surfaces in turbulent flow
A Rajappan, K Golovin, B Tobelmann, V Pillutla, Abhijeet, W Choi, ...
Physics of Fluids 31 (4), 042107, 2019
Elastocapillary powered manipulation of liquid plug in microchannels
D George, A Rajappan, AK Sen
Applied Physics Letters 107 (26), 261601, 2015
Plastron regeneration on submerged superhydrophobic surfaces using in situ gas generation by chemical reaction
D Panchanathan, A Rajappan, KK Varanasi, GH McKinley
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (39), 33684-33692, 2018
Epidermal biopolysaccharides from plant seeds enable biodegradable turbulent drag reduction
A Rajappan, GH McKinley
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-14, 2019
Polymers and Plastrons in Parallel Yield Enhanced Turbulent Drag Reduction
A Rajappan, GH McKinley
Fluids 5 (4), 197, 2020
Cooperative drag reduction in turbulent flows using polymer additives and superhydrophobic walls
A Rajappan, GH McKinley
Physical Review Fluids 5 (11), 114601, 2020
Turbulent drag reduction using biopolymers and bio-inspired superhydrophobic surfaces
A Rajappan, GH McKinley
APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, Q23. 001, 2019
Superhydrophobic and polymer drag reduction in turbulent Taylor-Couette flow
A Rajappan, GH McKinley
APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, F22. 005, 2017
Pneumatic soft robots take a step toward autonomy
A Rajappan, B Jumet, DJ Preston
Science Robotics 6 (51), 2021
Plant-Sourced Polysaccharides for Turbulent Drag Reduction
A Rajappan, G McKinley
APS March Meeting Abstracts 2019, X52. 007, 2019
Skin friction drag reduction in turbulent flows using superhydrophobic surfaces
A Rajappan
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017
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