Shuvayan Brahmachary
Shuvayan Brahmachary
Kyushu University, Postdoctoral research fellow
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A new Green–Gauss reconstruction on unstructured meshes. Part I: Gradient reconstruction
M Deka, S Brahmachary, R Thirumalaisamy, A Dalal, G Natarajan
Journal of Computational Physics 422, 108325, 2020
102020
High-temperature hypersonic Laval nozzle for non-LTE cavity ringdown spectroscopy
E Dudás, N Suas-David, S Brahmachary, V Kulkarni, A Benidar, S Kassi, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 152 (13), 134201, 2020
72020
A sharp‐interface immersed boundary framework for simulations of high‐speed inviscid compressible flows
S Brahmachary, G Natarajan, V Kulkarni, N Sahoo
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 86 (12), 770-791, 2018
72018
Probing Real Gas and Leading-Edge Bluntness Effects on Shock Wave Boundary-Layer Interaction at Hypersonic Speeds
S Desai, S Brahmachary, H Gadgil, V Kulkarni
Journal of Aerospace Engineering 32 (6), 2019
62019
Multi-point design optimization of a high-performance intake for scramjet-powered ascent flight
S Brahmachary, C Fujio, H Ogawa
Aerospace Science and Technology 107, 106362, 2020
42020
On Maximum Ballistic Coefficient Axisymmetric Geometries in Hypersonic Flows
S Brahmachary, G Natarajan, N Sahoo
Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets 55 (2), 518-522, 2017
42017
Numerical investigation of axisymmetric intake flowfield and performance for scramjet-powered ascent flight
C Fujio, S Brahmachary, H Ogawa
Aerospace Science and Technology 111, 106531, 2021
32021
A Sharp-Interface Immersed Boundary Method for High-Speed Compressible Flows
S Brahmachary, G Natarajan, V Kulkarni, N Sahoo
Immersed Boundary Method, 251-275, 2020
32020
Finite volume/immersed boundary solvers for compressible flows: development and applications
S Brahmachary
Ph. D. thesis dissertation, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, 2019
32019
Application of Greedy and Heuristic Algorithm-Based Optimisation Methods Towards Aerodynamic Shape Optimisation
S Brahmachary, G Natarajan, V Kulkarni, N Sahoo, SR Nanda
Soft Computing for Problem Solving, 937-948, 2019
22019
Multipoint Design Optimization of Busemann-Based Intakes for Scramjet-Powered Ascent Flight
S Brahmachary, H Ogawa
Journal of Propulsion and Power, 2021
12021
Multi-target rendezvous optimization for active debris removal via multi-fidelity approach
S BRAHMACHARY, A TOKUDA, H OGAWA, J BANG, J AHN, S UEDA
計測自動制御学会制御部門マルチシンポジウム (CD-ROM) 7, 2-6, 2020
12020
Fast estimation of internal flowfields in scramjet intakes via reduced-order modeling and machine learning
S Brahmachary, A Bhagyarajan, H Ogawa
Physics of Fluids 33 (10), 106610, 2021
2021
Role of solution reconstruction in hypersonic viscous computations using a sharp interface immersed boundary method
B Shuvayan, N Ganesh, K Vinayak, S Nirajnan, V Ashok, V Kumar
Physical Review E 103 (4), 043302, 2021
2021
Multi-Point Design Optimization of Busemann Based Intakes for Scramjet-Powered Ascent Flight via Surrogate-Assisted Evolutionary Algorithms
S Brahmachary, H Ogawa
AIAA Scitech 2021 Forum, 1960, 2021
2021
Design optimisation and off-design performance study of an axisymmetric scramjet intake for ascent flight
S Brahmachary, C Fujio, M Aksay, H Ogawa
2020
Comment on “A new approach for the design of hypersonic scramjet inlets” [Phys. Fluids 24, 086103 (2012)]
S Brahmachary, G Natarajan, V Kulkarni, N Sahoo
Physics of Fluids 32 (7), 079101, 2020
2020
A Sharp-Interface Immersed Boundary Method for High-Speed Compressible Flows
B Shuvayan, N Ganesh, K Vinayak, S Nirajnan
Computational Methods in Engineering and the Sciences: Immersed Boundary …, 2020
2020
Multi-Fidelity Optimisation of Multi-Target Rendezvous Problems by Using GPU Super-Parallelisation
S Brahmachary, T Atsuki, H Ogawa, J Bang, J Ahn, S Ueda
2019
Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Centreline Shock Reflection in Ring-Shaped Supersonic Intake Geometries
H Ogawa, C Fujio, S Brahmachary, T Watanabe, K Ohtani
2019
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