
Hugh M Blackburn 
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Hugh M Blackburn
Professor of Fluid Dynamics
Department of Mechanical
and Aerospace Engineering
Monash University
Vic 3800
Australia
A classic experiment by Ludwig Prandtl (circa 1930) provided
convincing support for the circulation theory of lift generated by
airfoils. Accelerating an airfoil from rest in an intially stationary
fluid, circulation is generated in such a way that the net amount is
zero; this leaves a starting vortex in the fluid and a net circulation
of opposite sign bound to the airfoil. If the airfoil is then bought
to rest, the bound circulation is shed from the airfoil in the form of a
stopping vortex, leaving the overall circulation in the fluid zero, as
it was in the beginning. This animation (Wang &
Blackburn 2018) illustrates the process using a twodimensional
simulation of flow generated by a NACA0012 airfoil at 4^{o}
angle of attack and a peak translational Reynolds number of
10,000. Vorticity in the starting vortex is coloured red, while that
in the stopping vortex is coloured blue. Note the additional detail
of a smaller pair of vortices generated during the stopping process
near the leading edge on the airfoil's upper surface.
This animation of axial vorticity for azimuthal
Fourier modes 1, 5 and 6 helps to illustrate a triadic resonance
instability mechanism for flow in a precessing, rotating cylinder of
fluid (Albrecht, Blackburn, Lopez, Manasseh &
Meunier 2015). The animations are seen in the frame of reference
of the cylinder, in which the forcing directly driven by precessional
acceleration occurs in Fourier mode 1 and rotates with the precession
frequency. Theory dictates that the other two modes which directly
participate in the triad must differ by 1 in azimuth (65=1) and
counterrotate in the cylinder frame, exactly as seen here.
An illustration of the asymptotics underlying vortexwave
interaction that results in a finiteamplitude equilibrium
(a.k.a. selfsustaining) state in plane Couette flow
(Blackburn, Hall & Sherwin 2013). Part of the
significance here is that plane Couette flow is linearly stable
(i.e. stable to infinitesimal disturbances) at all Reynolds numbers;
in the linearly stable state, the streak flow is a linear function of
wallnormal distance (y) with no spanwise (z) variation.
However, the flow supports at nonlinear equilibrium a
combination of finiteamplitude disturbances that lead to a
firstorder change in the basic state, and these finiteamplitude
disturbances have a welldefined asymptotic dependence on Reynolds
number R. A twodimensional roll flow (a), smaller than
the basic state by a factor 1/R, is enough to drive the change
to a new twodimensional flow (b), with a spanwise variation
producing alternating high and lowspeed streaky disturbances near
each wall. The critical layer for a nontravelling wave on this
streaky flow is a contour of zero velocity, which is the green
isosurface in (b). The streaky flow supports standing
threedimensional wavy disturbances (c) which decay
with R^{7/6} at equilibrium and which, as can be seen,
cluster near the streak's critical layer. Taking the streamwise
(x) average of the wavy flow produces twodimensional Reynolds
stresses that are principally significant to the smallamplitude roll
flow; their divergence produces a stress jump (d) that drives
the roll flow, and hence preserves the whole disturbance system at a
finite amplitude. The resulting solution to the Navier–Stokes
equations is also called an 'exact coherent structure'. We showed
that as spanwise wave lengthscales reduce, these structures become
smaller, localising near the centre of the flow, and hence become
relevant to arbitrary shear flows since the direct influence of the
walls is lost. See slides about the `hybrid' computational method
employed, below.
An animation of the perioddoubling breakdown of pulsatile flow
in an axisymmetric constricted tube (Sherwin &
Blackburn 2005, Blackburn & Sherwin 2007).
This is an idealised representation of blood flow in a stenotic artery
with 75% occlusion, Reynolds number 400, Womersley number 15.85. The
vortex rings that are blown out of the constriction with each pulse
tilt slightly forward, then backward, on successive periods. Under
selfinduction and wall interaction of the vorticity in the ring, this
tilting proceeds rapidly to an energetic breakdown.
Animation of bypass transition in pulsatile stenotic pipe flow in
which the pulse waveform represents typical flow in the human common
carotid artery (Mao, Sherwin & Blackburn 2010).
Linear transient energy growth is extremely large, of order
1×10^{25} within half a pulse period for suitable intial
disturbances at Reynolds number Re=300. For even a tiny
seeding with the optimal initial disturbance, a puff of turbulence is
generated downstream of the stenosis. This washes slowly downstream
and decays during subsequent pulse cycles. Mean flow is from left to
right and the stenosis is to the left of the field of view.
Animation of transient twodimensional convective instability in flow
over a backwardfacing step at Re=500
(Blackburn, Barkley & Sherwin
2008, Barkley, Blackburn & Sherwin 2008),
visualised as contours of perturbation vorticity. The optimal
disturbance initial condition is a wave packet that is very tightly
clustered around the step edge, and grows into an array of
counterrotating rollers that fill the downstream channel, at a
location past both (upper and lower) separation zones, before
eventually decaying. The maximum twodimensional energy growth at this
Reynolds number is 63.1×10^{3}.
The flow generated by a circular cylinder
moving from side to side in quiescent fluid has a number of different
instability modes, depending on the amplitude and period of the
motion. This image of massless particles advected by a quasiperiodic
instability mode shows how small puffs form up into largescale
vortices that move away from the cylinder along the axis of
oscillation (Elston, Blackburn & Sheridan,
2006).
Mode A, Re=195 
Mode B, Re=265 
Mode TW, Re=400 



Karmanstreet wakes of twodimensional bodies generically have three
kinds of threedimensional instability modes; two distinct synchronous
modes which at onset have the same frequency as the underlying wake,
and two related quasiperiodic modes (standing and travelling waves),
one of which may be stable. Here we see in top view the two
synchronous modes of the circular cylinder wake (modes A and B), and
the travelling wave mode, which is the third to bifurcate from the
twodimensional basic state as Reynolds numbers are increased (Blackburn, Marques & Lopez, 2005).
t=t_{0} 
t=t_{0}+T/2 


Isosurfaces of vorticity indicating a synchronous threedimensional
instability mode of a flow in a periodically driven twodimensional
rectangular cavity (Blackburn & Lopez 2003).
The cavity crosssection has a height:width ratio of 2:1, and the
lower floor has an imposed sinusoidal oscillation of temporal period
T. The symmetry group of the base flow is identical to that of
many timeperiodic wakes, and the threedimensional instability modes
consequently have the same symmetry properties as e.g. those of the
circular cylinder wake. There are two control parameters, a Reynolds
number and a Stokes number. Here, at
St=20 and
Re=535, the first mode to become unstable is a shortwavelength
one, with some similarity to the cylinder wake's mode B. Translucent
isosurfaces are of wallparallel vorticity, while the solid red/yellow
surfaces are of the vertical vorticity component. At other parameter
values, this flow also has a longwavelength synchronous mode and a
quasiperiodic modulated travelling wave mode.
Periodic axisymmetric state, Re=3000 
Rotating wave with 6fold symmetry, Re=4000 


Instabilities of the flow produced by steady rotation of the lower lid
of a cylindrical cavity with height/radius ratio
H/R=2.5. At low Reynolds numbers the flow is axisymetric,
steady, and has an axial vortex breakdown. The flow first becomes
unstable to a periodic axisymmetric instability through a Hopf
bifurcation at Re=2707, but at higher Reynolds numbers rotating
waves also become unstable, and are modulated by the axisymmetric
pulsation. Blackburn & Lopez (2000), Blackburn (2002), Blackburn &
Lopez (2002).
Colour contours of spanwise and
phaseaveraged spanwise component of vorticity from a
threedimensional simulation of flow past a circular cylinder in
vortexinduced vibration, at Re=720, V_{r}=6.5
(Blackburn, Govardhan & Williamson 2001). The
four frames illustrate averages for phasepoints equispaced over the
average vortexshedding period. Note the clear indication of 2Pmode
shedding, the first time this had been documented as a phaseaveraged
result in a DNS study. The average oscillation amplitude was
approximately 0.45D.
Download an MPEG movie from the simulation (6.4MB).
The pattern produced by tracking massless
particles in twodimensional flow past a swimming cylinder (Blackburn, Elston & Sheridan 1999). The cylinder has
forced oscillations both in the vertical direction and in rotation
about its axis. The timeaverage effect is to create a low pressure
region to the left of the cylinder; if the cylinder is free to move
horizontally, it 'swims' to the left, leaving behind it a sequence of
pufflike structures, seen here.
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As one stage in the 'dynamic' procedure for largeeddy simulation,
velocity fields need explicit smoothing, or spatial lowpass
filtering, to remove finescale fluctuations. These panels show
contours of streamwise velocity component on a slice through a
spectral element simulation of a turbulent channel flow, both before
filtering, and after a filter was applied in the Legendre polynomial
space projection of the data in each element (Blackburn & Schmidt 2003).
A perspective sideview of nearwall structures in a turbulent
boundary layer, visualised with an instantaneous isosurface of a
positive value of the discriminant of the velocity gradient tensor (Blackburn, Mansour & Cantwell 1996). When the
discriminant is positive, the velocity gradient tensor has a pair of
complexconjugate eigenvalues and a single real eigenvalue, so the
local fluid motion has a spiralling character. The isosurfaces mark a
a large number of distinct structures that are nearly parallel to the
wall in the buffer layer, which, further from the wall, tilt to have
an orientation closer to 45^{o} downstream, i.e. aligned with
the direction of timeaverage maximum strain rate. The timemean flow
direction is indicated by the arrow.
Semtex DNS code
Semtex is my direct numerical simulation CFD
code that uses the 'classical'
nodal spectral element method as the underlying
discretisation. Semtex was used to generate most of the simulation
results described above, and is also the base code for most of the
work described in the publications listed below. It is released for
public use under the terms of
the Gnu
General Public License (GPL). For more information and source
code, follow this link.
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Journal articles
 Albrecht T, Blackburn HM, Lopez JM, Manasseh R & Meunier P (2021)
 On the origins of steady streaming in precessing fluids
J Fluid Mech 910: A511–27.
PDF

Blackburn HM, Lee D, Albrecht T & Singh J (2019)
 Semtex: a
spectral element–Fourier solver for the incompressible
Navier–Stokes equations in cylindrical or Cartesian
coordinates
Comput Phys Comm 245: 1068041–13.
DOI
Code Ocean/Docker
capsule
PDF
 Zwintzscher P, Gómez F & Blackburn HM (2019)

Datadriven control of the turbulent flow past a cylinder
J Fluids & Structures 89: 232–243.
PDF
 Ferrer E, Saito N, Blackburn HM & Pullin D (2019)

HighReynoldsnumber wallmodelled large eddy simulations of
turbulent pipe flows using explicit and implicit subgrid stress
treatments within a spectral element solver
Comput Fluids 191: 1042391–13.
PDF
 Rowcroft J, Burton D, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2019)

Siting wind turbines near cliffs: the effect of ruggedness
J Fluids Eng 141: 0311041–13.
PDF
 Singh J, Rudman M & Blackburn HM (2018)
 Reynolds number effects in pipe flow turbulence of
generalized Newtonian fluids Phys Rev Fluids 3:
0946071–26.
PDF
 Albrecht T, Blackburn HM, Lopez JM, Manasseh R & Meunier P (2018)
 On triadic resonance as an instability mechanism in
precessing cylinder flow
J Fluid Mech 841: R31–13.
PDF
 Singh J, Rudman M & Blackburn HM (2017)
 The effect of yield stress on pipe flow turbulence for
generalised Newtonian fluids J NonNewt Fluid
Mech 249: 53–62.
PDF
 Singh J, Rudman M & Blackburn HM (2017)
 The influence of sheardependent rheology on turbulent pipe
flow J Fluid Mech 822: 848–879.
PDF
 Mao X, Zaki T, Sherwin SJ & Blackburn HM (2017)
 Transition induced by linear and nonlinear perturbation growth
in flow past a compressor blade
J Fluid Mech 820: 604–632.
PDF
 Gómez F & Blackburn HM (2017)
 Datadriven approach to design of passive flow control strategies
Phys Rev Fluids 2(2): 021901(R)1–8.
PDF
 Albrecht T, Blackburn HM, Meunier P, Manasseh R & Lopez JM (2016)
 Experimental and numerical investigation of a stronglyforced
precessing cylinder flow
Int J Heat Fluid Flow 61: 68–74.
PDF
 Gómez F, Sharma AS & Blackburn HM (2016)
 Estimation of unsteady aerodynamic forces using
pointwise velocity data
J Fluid Mech 804: R41–12.
PDF
 Gómez F, Blackburn HM, Rudman M, Sharma AS & McKeon BJ (2016)
 A reducedorder model of threedimensional unsteady flow in a cavity
based on the resolvent operator
J Fluid Mech 798: R21–14.
PDF
 Gómez F, Blackburn HM, Rudman M, Sharma AS & McKeon BJ (2016)

Streamwisevarying steady transpiration control in turbulent pipe flow
J Fluid Mech 796: 588–616.
PDF
 Singh J, Rudman M, Blackburn HM, Chryss A, Pullum L & Graham LJW (2016)
 The importance of rheology characterization in predicting
turbulent pipe flow of generalized Newtonian fluids J
NonNewt Fluid Mech 232: 11–21.
PDF
 Rowcroft J, Burton D, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2016)

Siting wind turbines near cliffs: the effect of wind direction
Wind Energy 19: 1469–84.
PDF
 Chin C, Ng HCH, Blackburn HM, Monty J & Ooi ASH (2015)

Turbulent pipe flow at Re_{τ}=1000: a
comparison of wallresolved largeeddy simulation, direct
numerical simulation and hotwire experiment
Comput Fluids 122: 26–33.
PDF
 Mao X, Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2015)

Optimal suppression of flow perturbations using boundary control
Comput Fluids 121: 133–144.
PDF
 Saha S, Klewicki JC, Ooi ASH & Blackburn HM (2015)
 On scaling pipe flows with sinusoidal transversely
corrugated walls: analysis of data from the laminar to the
lowReynoldsnumber turbulent regime
J Fluid Mech 779: 245–274.
PDF
 Albrecht T, Blackburn HM, Lopez JM, Manasseh R &
Meunier P (2015)
 Triadic resonances in precessing rapidly rotating cylinder flows
J Fluid Mech 778: R11–11.
PDF
 Mao X, Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2015)
 Nonlinear
optimal suppression of vortex shedding from a circular cylinder
J Fluid Mech 775: 241–265.
PDF
 Nemes A, Lo Jacono D, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2015)
 Mutual inductance of two helical vortices
J Fluid Mech 774: 298–310.
PDF
 Gómez F, Perez JM, Blackburn HM & Theofilis V (2015)
 On the use of matrixfree shiftinvert strategies for global
flow instability analysis
Aerosp Sci Tech 44: 69–76.
PDF
 Rocco G, Zaki T, Mao X, Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2015)
 Floquet and transient growth stability analysis of
flow through a compressor passage
Aerosp Sci Tech 44: 116–124.
PDF
 Saha S, Klewicki JC, Ooi ASH & Blackburn HM (2015)
 Comparison of thermal scaling properties between turbulent
pipe and channel flows via DNS
Int J Therm Sci 89: 45–57.
PDF
 Gómez F, Blackburn HM, Rudman M, McKeon BJ, Luhar M, Moarref R &
Sharma AS (2014)
 On the origin of frequency sparsity in
direct numerical simulations of turbulent pipe flow
Phys Fluids 26: 1017031–7.
PDF
 Mao X & Blackburn HM (2014)
 The structure of primary instability modes in the steady wake
and separation bubble of a square cylinder
Phys Fluids 26: 0741031–10.
PDF
 Saha S, Klewicki JC, Ooi ASH, Blackburn HM & Wei T (2014)
 Scaling properties for the equation for passive scalar
transport in wallbounded turbulent flows Int J Heat Mass
Trans 70:
779–792.
PDF
 Sherry M, Nemes A, Lo Jacono D, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2013)
 The interaction of helical tip and root vortices in a wind
turbine wake Phys Fluids 25: 1171021–16.
PDF
 Blackburn HM, Hall P & Sherwin SJ (2013)
 Lower branch equilibria in Couette flow: the emergence of
canonical states for arbitrary shear flows J Fluid Mech
726: R21–12.
PDF
 Mao X, Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2013)
 Calculation of global optimal initial and boundary
perturbations for the linearised incompressible
Navier–Stokes equations J Comput Phys 235:
258–273.
PDF
 Mao X, Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2012)
 Optimal inflow boundary condition perturbations in steady
stenotic flow J Fluid Mech 705: 306–321.
PDF
 Mao X, Sherwin SJ & Blackburn HM (2012)
 Nonnormal dynamics of timeevolving corotating vortex
pairs J Fluid Mech 701: 430–459.
PDF
 Klewicki J, Chin C, Blackburn HM, Ooi A & Marusic I (2012)
 Emergence of the four layer dynamical regime in turbulent
pipe flow Phys Fluids 24: 0451071–14.
PDF
 Koal K, Stiller J & Blackburn HM (2012)
 Adapting the spectral vanishing viscosity method for
largeeddy simulations in cylindrical configurations J Comput
Phys 231: 3389–3405.
PDF
 Loh SA & Blackburn HM (2011)
 Stability of steady flow through an axially corrugated pipe
Phys Fluids 23(11):
1117031–4.
PDF
 Saha S, Chin C, Blackburn HM & Ooi ASH (2011)
 The influence of pipe length on thermal
statistics computed from DNS of turbulent heat transfer
Int J Heat Fluid
Flow 32:1083–1097.
PDF
 Mao X, Sherwin SJ & Blackburn HM (2011)
 Transient growth and bypass transition in stenotic flow with
a physiological waveform Theoret Comput Fluid
Dyn 25(1):
31–42.
PDF
 Blackburn HM & Lopez JM (2011)
 Modulated waves in a periodically driven annular cavity
J Fluid Mech 667: 336–357.
PDF
 Chin C, Ooi ASH, Marusic I & Blackburn HM
(2010)
 The influence of pipe length on turbulence statistics
computed from direct numerical simulation data Phys
Fluids 22: 1151071–10.
PDF
 Blackburn HM & Sheard GJ (2010)
 On quasiperiodic and
subharmonic Floquet wake instabilities Phys
Fluids 22: 0317011–4. PDF
 Cantwell CD, Barkley D & Blackburn HM (2010)
 Transient growth analysis of flow through a sudden expansion
in a circular pipe Phys Fluids 22:
0341011–15.
PDF
 Barkley D, Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2008)
 Direct optimal growth analysis for timesteppers Int J Num
Methods Fluids 57: 1435–1458.
PDF
 Blackburn HM, Sherwin SJ & Barkley D (2008)
 Convective instability and transient growth in steady and
pulsatile stenotic flows J Fluid Mech 607:
267–277.
PDF
 Blackburn HM, Barkley D & Sherwin SJ (2008)
 Convective instability and transient growth in flow over a
backwardfacing step J Fluid Mech 603:
271–304.
PDF
 Lester DR, Rudman M, Metcalfe GP & Blackburn HM (2008)

Global parametric solutions of scalar transport
J Comp Phys 227: 3032–3057.
PDF
 Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2007)

Instability modes and transition of pulsatile stenotic flow:
pulseperiod dependence J Fluid Mech 573:
57–88.
PDF
 Prakash M, Cleary PW, Ha J, NouiMehedi MN, Blackburn HM & Brooks
G (2007)
 Simulation of suspension of solids in a liquid
in a mixing tank using SPH and comparison with physical modelling
experiments
Prog Comp Fluid Dyn 7(2/3/4): 91–100.
PDF
 Rudman M & Blackburn HM (2006)
 Direct numerical
simulation of turbulent nonNewtonian flow using a spectral
element method Appl Math Mod 30(11):
1229–1248.
PDF
 Elston JR, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2006)
 The primary and secondary instabilities of flow generated by
an oscillating circular cylinder J Fluid Mech
550: 359–389.
PDF
 Sherwin SJ & Blackburn HM (2005)

Threedimensional instabilities and transition of steady and
pulsatile axisymmetric stenotic flows J Fluid Mech
533: 297–327.
PDF
 Leung JJF, Hirsa AH, Blackburn HM, Lopez JM & Marques F (2005)
 Threedimensional modes in a periodically driven
elongated cavity Phys Rev E 71:
0263051–7.
PDF
 Blackburn HM, Marques F & Lopez JM (2005)

Symmetry breaking of twodimensional timeperiodic
wakes J Fluid Mech 522: 395–411.
PDF
 Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2004)

Formulation of a Galerkin spectral element–Fourier
method for threedimensional incompressible flows in cylindrical
geometries J Comp Phys 197(2):
759–778.
PDF (
Set of slides from associated talk at ICOSAHOM 2004.)
 Rudman M, Blackburn HM, Graham LJW & Pullum L (2004)

Turbulent pipe flow of nonNewtonian fluids
J NonNewt Fluid Mech 118(1): 33–48.
PDF
 Marques F, Lopez JM & Blackburn HM (2004)
 Bifurcations in
systems with Z_{2} spatiotemporal and O(2)
spatial symmetry Physica D
189(3/4): 247–276.
PDF
 Elston JR, Sheridan J & Blackburn HM (2004)

Twodimensional Floquet stability analysis of the flow
produced by an oscillating circular cylinder in quiescent
fluid
Euro J Mech/BFluids 23: 99–106.
PDF
 Blackburn HM & Lopez JM (2003)
 The onset
of threedimensional standing and modulated travelling waves in a
periodically driven cavity flow J Fluid Mech
497: 289–317.
PDF
 Blackburn HM & Lopez JM (2003)
 On threedimensional
quasiperiodic Floquet instabilities of twodimensional bluff
body wakes Phys Fluids 15(8): L57–60. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Schmidt S (2003)
 Spectral
element filtering techniques for large eddy simulation with
dynamic estimation J Comp Phys 186(2):
610–629.
PDF
 Blackburn HM (2002)
 Mass and momentum transport from a
sphere in steady and oscillatory flows
Phys Fluids 14(11): 3997–4001. PDF
 Blackburn HM (2002)
 Threedimensional
instability and state selection in an oscillatory axisymmetric
swirling flow Phys Fluids 14(11): 3983–3996. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Lopez JM (2002)
 Modulated
rotating waves in an enclosed swirling flow
J Fluid Mech
465: 33–58. PDF
 Blackburn HM, Govardhan R & Williamson CHK (2001)
 A complementary numerical and physical investigation of
vortexinduced vibration J Fluids & Structures
15(3/4): 481–488. PDF
 Blackburn HM (2001)
 Sidewall boundary layer instabilities
in an enclosed swirling flow J Turbulence
2 009. PDF
 Blackburn HM (2001)
 Dispersion and diffusion in coated
tubes of arbitrary crosssection Computers & Chemical
Engineering 25(2/3): 313–322. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Lopez JM (2000)
 Symmetry
breaking of the flow in a cylinder driven by a rotating endwall
Phys Fluids 12(11): 2698–2701. PDF
 Blackburn HM (2000)
 Domain decomposition with Robin
boundary conditions across a phase interface ANZIAM J
42(E): C263–C290. PDF
 McIver DM, Blackburn HM & Nathan GJ (2000)
 Spectral
element–Fourier methods applied to turbulent pipe flow
ANZIAM J 42(E): C954–C977. PDF
 Blackburn HM, Elston JR, Niclasen DA, Rudman M & Wu J (2000)

A hybrid method for simulation of flows in stirred tanks
Appl Math Mod 24: 795–805. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Graham LJW (2000)
 Vortex breakdown —
theory and experiment Album of Visualization
17: 13–14.
 Blackburn HM & Henderson RD (1999)
 A study of
twodimensional flow past an oscillating cylinder
J Fluid Mech 385: 255–286. PDF
 Blackburn HM, Elston JR & Sheridan J (1999)
 Bluff body propulsion produced by combined rotary and
translational oscillation Phys Fluids
11(1): 4–6. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Melbourne WH (1997)
 Sectional lift forces
for an oscillating cylinder in smooth and turbulent flows
J Fluids & Structures 11(4): 413–431. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Henderson RD (1996)
 Lockin behaviour in
simulated vortexinduced vibration
Exptl Thermal & Fluid Sci 12(2): 184–189. PDF
 Blackburn HM, Mansour NN & Cantwell BJ (1996)
 Topology of finescale motions in turbulent channel
flow J Fluid Mech 310: 269–292. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Melbourne WH (1996)
 The effect of
freestream turbulence on sectional lift forces on a circular
cylinder J Fluid Mech 306: 267–292. PDF
 Blackburn HM (1994)
 Effect of blockage on spanwise
correlation in a circular cylinder wake Expts Fluids
18(1/2):134–136. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Melbourne WH (1993)
 Cross flow response
prediction of slender circularcylindrical structures: prediction
models and recent experimental results J Wind Engng & Ind
Aero 49: 167–176.PDF
 Blackburn HM & Melbourne WH (1992)
 Lift on an
oscillating cylinder in smooth and turbulent flow J Wind
Engng & Ind Aero 41: 79–90.PDF
 Attwood R & Blackburn HM (1986)
 Predicted moisture loss
from soft brown coal during transport by overland conveyor
Mech Engng Trans, IEAust 1 March: 12–15.
Conference papers
 Blackburn HM, Hall P, Sherwin SJ & Deguchi K
(2019)
 Computation of exact coherent structures in fluid
dynamics — the hybrid method for VWI Int Symp HighFi
Comput Meth & Appl 2019 Shanghai, December.
Slides
 Singh J, Blackburn HM, Lopez JM & Smits AJ (2018)
 Linear
stability analysis and direct numerical simulations of
swirling buoyant flows 21AFMC Adelaide,
December.
PDF
 Wang AR & Blackburn HM (2018)
 Examination
of the details of 2D vorticity generation around the airfoil
during starting and stopping phases fluid 21AFMC Adelaide,
December.
PDF
 Blackburn HM & Hall P (2018)
 Triply periodic vortexwave
solutions in an infinite shear flow ICOSAHOM 2018 London,
July.
 Gómez F & Blackburn HM (2018)
 Application of a resolventbased POD to design of
passive control devices for bluffbody wakes
BBVIV7 Marseille, July.
 Rudman M, Singh J & Blackburn HM (2017)
 Turbulent flow of shear thinning slurries in a flume
20th Int Conf Hydrotransport Melbourne, May.
 Singh J, Rudman M & Blackburn HM (2016)
 The rheology dependent region in turbulent pipe flow of a
generalised Newtonian fluid 20AFMC Perth, December.
PDF
 Albrecht T, Meunier P Manasseh R, Lopez JM & Blackburn HM
(2016)
 Characterisation of overturning flow in a precessing
cylinder 20AFMC Perth, December.
PDF
 Gómez F, Sharma AS & Blackburn HM (2016)
 Estimation of fluctuating pressure fields via timemean flow
and pointwise measurements 20AFMC Perth, December.
PDF
 Albrecht T, Blackburn HM, Lopez JM, Manasseh R & Meunier P
(2016)
 Components of mean streaming slow in a precessing
cylinder at small nutation angles 24th ICTAM Montreal, August.
PDF
 Rudman M, Singh J, Blackburn HM, Chryss A, Graham LJ & Pullum L
(2015)
 The importance of rheology shear rate range for DNS
of turbulent flow of yield stress fluids
17 Transport & Sedimentation Delft, September.
PDF
 Albrecht T, Blackburn HM, Meunier P, Manasseh R & Lopez JM
(2015)
 PIV of a precessing cylinder flow at large tilt
angles TSFP9 Melbourne, June.
PDF
 Gómez F, Blackburn HM, Rudman M, Sharma AS & McKeon BJ w
(2015)
 Manipulating flow structures in turbulent pipe flow
TSFP9 Melbourne, June.
PDF
 Smith DM, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2014)
 Linear stability analysis for an optimum Glauert rotor modelled
by an actuator disk J Phys: Conf Ser 524:012150
PDF
 Nemes A, Sherry M, Lo Jacono D, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2014)
 Evolution and breakdown of helical vortex wakes behind a
wind turbine J Phys: Conf Ser 555:012077
PDF
 Rowcroft J, Burton D, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2014)
 Surface flow visualisation over forward facing steps
varying yaw angle J Phys: Conf Ser 555:012086
PDF
 Saha S, Ooi ASH & Blackburn HM (2014)
 Validation criteria for DNS of turbulent heat
transfer in pipe flow Proc Eng 90:
599–604.
PDF
 Gómez F, Blackburn HM, Rudman M, McKeon BJ & Sharma AS
(2014)
 Reconstruction of turbulent pipe flow using resolvent
modes: application to loworder models and flow control
19AFMC Melbourne, December.
PDF
 Albrecht TA, Meunier P, Manasseh R, Lopez JM & Blackburn HM
(2014)
 PIV of a precessing cylinder flow at small tilt
angles 19AFMC Melbourne, December.
PDF
 Blackburn HM, Albrecht TA, Manasseh R, Lopez JM & Meunier P
(2014)
 Instability in a precessing cylinder flow
19AFMC Melbourne, December.
PDF
 Hartl K, Blackburn HM & Smits A (2014)

Experimental and numerical study of laboratory fire whirls
19AFMC Melbourne, December.
PDF
 Loh SA, Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2014)
 Response of an airfoil
separation bubble to optimal initial and inflow perturbations
19AFMC Melbourne, December.
PDF
 Saito N, Pullin DI & Blackburn HM (2014)
 Largeeddy simulations of
turbulent flow in a smoothwalled pipe at large Reynolds numbers
19AFMC Melbourne, December.
PDF
 Singh J, Rudman M & Blackburn HM (2014)

Turbulent flow of nonNewtonian fluids in a partially blocked pipe
19AFMC Melbourne, December.
PDF
 Smith DM, Blackburn HM, Gómez F & Sheridan J (2014)
 Three
dimensional stability analysis of an optimum rotor
19AFMC Melbourne, December.
PDF
 Vincent M & Blackburn HM (2014)
 Simulation of starting/stopping
vortices for a lifting aerofoil 19AFMC Melbourne, December.
PDF
 Xie DF, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2014)
 Separation of yawed
turbulent flows over a forwardfacing ramp
19AFMC Melbourne, December.
PDF
 Blackburn HM, Albrecht TA, Manasseh R, Lopez JM & Meunier P
(2014)
 DNS and PIV investigation of nonlinear instability in
a precessing cylinder flow
APS DFD San Francisco, CA, November.
 Albrecht TA, Meunier P, Blackburn HM, Lopez JM & Manasseh R (2014)

Precessional forcing of a mean geostrophic flow in a rotating cylinder
APS DFD San Francisco, CA, November.
 Gómez F, Blackburn HM, Rudman M, McKeon BJ, Luhar M, Moareff R &
Sharma AS (2014)
 Sparse energetically dominant frequencies
in direct numerical simulation of turbulent pipe flow: origin and
application to reducedorder models
APS DFD San Francisco, CA, November.
 Gómez F, Blackburn HM, Rudman M, Sharma AS & McKeon BJ
(2014)
 Static transpiration control in turbulent pipe flow:
direct numerical simulation and resolvent analysis
10th ERCOFTAC SETMM Marbella, Spain, September.
 Gómez F, Blackburn HM, Rudman M, Sharma AS & McKeon BJ
(2014)
 On the coupling of direct numerical simulation and
resolvent analysis iTi 2014 Bertinoro, Italy, September.
 Smith DM, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2014)
 Linear stability
analysis for an optimum Glauert rotor modelled by an actuator
disc Torque from the Wind, Copenhagen, June.
 Saito N, Pullin D & Blackburn HM (2013)

Largeeddy simulation of turbulent pipe flow at large Reynolds number
APS DFD Pittsburgh, PA, November.
 Loh SA, Blackburn HM & Mao X (2013)

Optimal divergencefree inflow perturbations in flow over an airfoil
APS DFD Pittsburgh, PA, November.
 Smith DM, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2013)

Stability of a wind turbine wake subject to root vortex perturbations
APS DFD Pittsburgh, PA, November.
 Xie DF, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2013)
 DNS of yaw effects on
turbulent flows over a forwardfacing ramp
ETC14 Lyon, September.
 Blackburn HM, Mao X & Sherwin SJ (2012)
 Computing optimal
flow perturbations 18AFMC, Launceston,
December. PDF
Slides
 Saha S, Klewicki JC, Ooi ASH & Blackburn HM (2012)
 A
comparison of mesoscaled heat flux and temperature in
fullydeveloped turbulent pipe and channel flows
18AFMC, Launceston, December.
 Nebauer JRA & Blackburn HM (2012)
 On the stability and
optimal growth of timeperiodic pipe flow
18AFMC, Launceston, December.
 Rudman M & Blackburn HM (2012)
 Turbulence modification in
shearthinning fluids: preliminary results for power law rheology
18AFMC, Launceston, December.
 Nemes A, Sherry M, Lo Jacono D, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2012)

Generation, evolution and breakdown of helical vortex wakes
18AFMC, Launceston, December.
 Zhu SJ, Ooi A & Blackburn HM (2012)
 Development of an OpenFOAM
tool for bubble transport studies in a propeller flow
18AFMC, Launceston, December.
 Nebauer JRA & Blackburn HM (2012)
 Floquet stability of
timeperiodic pipe flow 9th Int Conf CFD Minerals &
Proc. Ind. Melbourne, December.
 Mao X, Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2012)
 Optimal suppression of
unsteadiness in incompressible flow
XXIII ICTAM, Beijing, August.
 Saha S, Klewicki JC, Ooi ASH & Blackburn HM (2012)
 On the
development of a logarithmic mean temperature profile in fully
developed turbulent pipe flow with constant surface heat
flux Turb Heat Mass Trans 7 Palermo, Sept.
 Perez JM, Gómez F, Blackburn HM & Theofilis V (2012)
 A
shiftinvert strategy for global flow instability analysis using
matrixfree methods AIAA 42nd Fluid Dyn Conf New Orleans,
June. AIAA paper 2012–3276. PDF
 Saha S, Ooi ASH & Blackburn HM (2012)
 Heat transfer
enhancement through wavy pipe 9th A/Asian HMT Conf
Melbourne, Nov.
 Blackburn HM, Hall P & Sherwin SJ (2011)
 Semiasymptotic
methodology for vortexwave interaction applied to computing
equilibria in parallel shear flow BIFD 2011 Barcelona,
July.
 Zhu SJ, Blackburn HM, Anderson B & Ooi ASH (2010)
 Towards
large eddy simulation of bubble dispersion in high Reynolds
number wake flows 17AFMC, Auckland, December.
 Saha S, Chin CC, Blackburn HM, & Ooi ASH (2010)
 Numerical
study of heat transfer in a fully develeoped turbulent pipe
flow 17AFMC, Auckland, December.
 Dawson STM & Blackburn HM (2010)
 Numerical simulation of a
bifurcating jet within a radially confined domain 17AFMC,
Auckland, December.
 Smith DM & Blackburn HM (2010)
 Transient growth analysis for
axisymmetric pulsatile pipe flows in a rigid straight circular
pipe 17AFMC, Auckland, December.
 Sheard GJ & Blackburn HM (2010)
 Steady inflow though a model
aneurysm: global and transient stability 17AFMC, Auckland,
December.
 Batchelor R, Blackburn HM & Manasseh R (2010)
 Simulations of
axisymmetric inertial waves in a rotating container of
fluid 17AFMC, Auckland, December. PDF
 Loh SA & Blackburn HM (2010)
 Stability of steady flow
through a corrugated pipe 17AFMC, Auckland, December.
 Nebauer JRA & Blackburn HM (2010)
 On the stability of
timeperiodic pipe flow 17AFMC, Auckland, December.
 Blackburn HM, Hall P & Sherwin SJ (2010)

Critical layer structure in transitional Couette flows
APS DFD Long Beach, CA, November.
 Blackburn HM, Mao X & Sherwin SJ (2010)
 Lagrangianbased
methods for computing optimal boundary perturbations
ERCOFTAC SIG33 TMPC, Nice, July.
 Stiller J, Koal K, Blackburn HM & Serre E (2010)
 SVV kernels
for LES in cylindrical coordinates
ERCOFTAC ETMM 8, Marseille, June.
 Zhu SJ, Ooi A, Blackburn HM & Anderson B (2010)
 Validation
of numerical model for bubble dispersion over a
hydrofoil Oceans 10, Sydney, May.
 Nebauer JR & Blackburn HM (2009)
 Stability of oscillatory
and pulsatile pipe flow 7th Int Conf CFD Minerals &
Proc. Ind., Melbourne, December.
 Zhu SJ, Ooi A, Blackburn HM & Anderson B (2009)
 Numerical
simulatons of bubble dispersion over a hydrofoil 7th Int Conf
CFD Minerals & Proc. Ind., Melbourne, December.
 Chin CC, Ooi A, Marusic I & Blackburn HM (2009)
 Effects of
computation pipe length on turbulence statistics using DNS of
turbulent pipe flow APS DFD Minneapolis, MN, November.
 Zhu SJ, Ooi A, Blackburn HM & Anderson B (2009)
 Numerical
simulations of bubble dispersion over a hydrofoil APS DFD
Minneapolis, MN, November.
 Chin CC, Ooi A, Marusic I & Blackburn HM (2009)
 Effects of
computation pipe length on turbulence statistics using DNS of
turbulent pipe flow EAPW09 Portland, OR, November.
 Blackburn HM, Sherwin SJ & Barkley D (2009)
 Global stability
and transient growth in physiologicaltype flows
Global Flow Instability and Control IV, Crete, September.
 Blackburn HM (2009)
 Oscillating cylinders, oscillating
flows From fast cars to slow flows over bluff bodies,
Imperial College, June.
 Blackburn HM, Sherwin SJ & Barkley D (2009)
 Computing
optimal growth behaviour for pulsatile stenotic flows
ICOSAHOM 09, Trondheim, June.
 Koal K, Stiller J & Blackburn HM (2009)
 SVVLES
of elctromagnetically driven flows in cylindrical cavities
ICOSAHOM 09, Trondheim, June.
 Blackburn HM, Mao, X & Sherwin SJ (2009)
 Transient growth
in stenotic flow with a physiologically realistic waveform
APAB 09, Christchurch, April.
 Blackburn HM, Sherwin SJ & Barkley D (2008)
 Optimal
transient disturbances in stenotic flows
APS DFD, San Antonio, TX, November.
 Stiller S, Koal K & Blackburn HM (2008)
 Turbulence in
electrically conducting fluids driven by rotating and travelling
magnetic fields iTi Conf Turbulence III, Bertinoro, Italy,
October.
 Blackburn HM, Sherwin SJ & Barkley D (2008)
 Computation of
convective instability in complex geometry flows
XXII ICTAM, Adelaide, August.
 Sherwin SJ, Blackburn HM & Barkley D (2008)
 Direct optimal
growth analysis for timesteppers AIAA 4th Flow Control
Conf, Seattle, June. AIAA20084231
 Blackburn HM, Ooi A & Chong MS (2007)
 The effect of
corrugation height on flow in a wavywalled pipe 16AFMC,
Gold Coast, December.
PDF
 Ooi A, Blackburn HM, Zhu S, Lui E & Tae W (2007)
 Numerical
study of the behaviour of wall shear stress in pulsatile stenotic
flows AFMC16, Gold Coast, December.
 NouiMehidi NM, Blackburn HM & Ohmura N (2007)
 Laminar
spirals in the outer stationary cylinder Couette–Taylor
system 16AFMC, Gold Coast, December.
PDF
 Barkley D, Blackburn HM, Sherwin SJ (2007)
 Convective
instability and transient growth in flow over a backwardfacing
step APS DFD, Salt Lake
City, UT, November.
 Blackburn HM, Barkley D & Sherwin SJ (2007)
 Optimal growth
of flow instabilities in arbitrary geometries
ICOSAHOM 07, Beijing, June.
 Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2007)
 Computed instability and
transition of pulsatile stenotic flow
ICOSAHOM 07, Beijing, June.
 Sherwin SJ, Blackburn HM & Barkley D (2007)

Spectral/hp stability analysis of complex geometry flows
14th Intnl Conf Finite Elements in Flow Problems, Santa
Fe, NM, May.
 Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2006)
 Instability modes and
transition of pulsatile stenotic flow Australian Workshop on
Fluid Mech Melbourne, December.
 Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2006)
 Instability, transition and
receptivity of pulsatile flow in a stenotic tube
5th Int Conf CFD Minerals & Proc. Ind. Melbourne,
December.
 Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2006)
 Instability modes and
transition of pulsatile stenotic flow APS DFD Tampa, FL,
November.
 Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2006)
 Convective and absolute
instability of pulsatile stenotic flow 3rd Intnl Sympo.
Modelling of Physiological Flows Bergamo, September.
 Sherwin SJ & Blackburn HM (2006)
 Direct simulation of
turbulence and transition in steady and pulsatile flow in a model
stenotic geometry 5th World Cong Biomech, Munich,
July.
 Sherwin SJ & Blackburn HM (2006)
 Instability and transition
of pulsatile flow in stenotic/constricted pipes
Euromech 2006, Stockholm, June.
 Prakash, M, Cleary, PW, Ha, J, NouiMehidi MN, Blackburn HM, &
Brooks G (2005)
 Simulation of suspension of solids in a
liquid in a mixing tank using SPH and comparison with physical
modelling experiments 4th Int Conf CFD in Oil & Gas,
Metallurgical and Process Industies, Trondheim, June.
 Elston JR, Sheridan J & Blackburn HM (2005)

Threedimensional Floquet stability analysis of the flow produced
by an oscillating cylinder in quiescent fluid
BBVIV4 Santorini, June.
 NouiMehidi MN, Blackburn HM, Manasseh R, Brooks G & Rudman M
(2005)
 An experimental study on floating solids in a liquid
bath EPD Cong, TMS Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA,
February.
 Blackburn HM, Lopez JM & Marques F (2004)
 Threedimensional
quasiperiodic instabilities of twodimensional timeperiodic
flows 15AFMC Sydney, December. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2004)
 Threedimensional
instabilities and transition in pulsatile stenotic flows
15AFMC Sydney, December. PDF
 Schmidt S, Blackburn HM & Rudman M (2004)
 Impact of outlet
boundary conditions on the flow properties in a cyclone
15AFMC Sydney, December. PDF
 Leung JJF, Hirsa AH, Blackburn HM, Marques F & Lopez JM (2004)
 Threedimensional modes in a periodically driven elongated
cavity APS DFD Seattle, WA,
November.
 Marques F, Lopez JM & Blackburn HM, (2004)
 Symmetry breaking of twodimensional timeperiodic
wakes APS DFD Seattle, WA, November.
 Sherwin SJ & Blackburn HM (2004)
 Threedimensional
instabilities of steady and pulsatile axisymmetric stenotic flows
APS DFD Seattle, WA, November.
 Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2004)
 A new spectrally convergent
spectral element–Fourier formulation for solution of
Navier–Stokes problems in cylindrical coordinates
ICOSAHOM 2004 Brown University, RI, June.
 Marques F, Lopez JM & Blackburn HM (2004)
 Sobre las
inestabilidades tridimensionales de flujos bidimensionales con
simetría espaciotemporal
Z_{2} Nolineal 2004 Universidad de
Castilla–La Mancha, June.
 Sherwin SJ & Blackburn HM (2003)
 BiGlobal instabilities of
steady and pulsatile flow in a 75% axisymmetric stenotic tube
Intnl BioFluid Symposium and Workshop Caltech, USA,
December.
PDF
 Schmidt S, Blackburn HM, Rudman M & Sutalo I (2003)

Simulation of turbulent flow in a cyclonic separator
3rd Int Conf CFD Minerals & Proc. Ind. Melbourne,
December.
 Rudman M & Blackburn HM (2003)
 The effect of shearthinning
behaviour on turbulent pipe flow
3rd Int Conf CFD Minerals & Proc. Ind. Melbourne,
December.
 Leung JJF, Hirsa, AH, Lopez JM & Blackburn HM (2003)
 Endwall
effects in periodically driven cavity flow APS DFD
Meadowlands, NJ, November.
 Blackburn HM & Sherwin SJ (2003)
 Floquet stability analysis
of nonaxisymmetric pulsatile stenotic flows
World Cong Med Phys & Biomed Eng Sydney, August.
 Elston JR, Sheridan J & Blackburn HM (2002)
 Twodimensional
Floquet stability analysis of the flow produced by an oscillating
cylinder in quiescent fluid BBVIV3 Port Douglas, December.
 Vogel M, Hirsa AH, Lopez JM & Blackburn HM (2002)

Spatiotemporal dynamics of a periodically driven cavity flow
APS DFD Dallas, TX, November.
 Rudman M & Blackburn HM (2003)
 Turbulent pipe flow of
nonNewtonian fluids Computational Fluid Dynamics 2002 Eds
S Armfield, P Morgan & K Srinivas: Springer, 687–692.
 Rudman M & Blackburn HM (2002)
 Turbulent pipe flow of
nonNewtonian fluids Int Conf CFD 2 Sydney, July.
 Rudman M, Graham LJW, Blackburn HM & Pullum L (2002)

NonNewtonian turbulent and transitional pipe flow
15th Int Conf Hydrotransport Banff, June.
 Blackburn HM (2003)
 Computational bluff body fluid dynamics
and aeroelasticity Coupling of Fluids, Structures and Waves
Problems in Aeronautics Eds NG Barton & J Periaux: Springer,
Notes in Numerical Fluid Mechanics, 10–23. PDF
 Blackburn HM (2001)
 Computational bluff body fluid dynamics
and aeroelasticity CSIRO/CNRS/Dassault Workshop on Coupling of
Fluids, Structures and Waves in Aeronautics Melbourne,
December.
 Blackburn HM & Lopez JM (2001)
 Symmetry breaking to
modulated rotating waves in an enclosed swirling flow
14AFMC Adelaide, December. 179–182. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Schmidt S (2001)
 Large eddy simulation of
flow past a circular cylinder 14AFMC Adelaide,
December. 689–692. PDF
 Elston JR, Sheridan J & Blackburn, HM (2001)
 The transition
to threedimensionality in the flow produced by an oscillating
circular cylinder 14AFMC Adelaide,
December. 319–322. PDF
 Rudman M, Blackburn HM, Graham LJW & Pullum L (2001)
 Weakly
turbulent pipe flow of a power law fluid
14AFMC Adelaide, December. 925–928. PDF
 Schmidt S & Blackburn HM (2001)
 Spectral element based
dynamic large eddy simulation of turbulent channel flow
14AFMC Adelaide, December. 391–394. PDF
 Schmidt S, McIver DM, Blackburn HM, Rudman M & Nathan GJ (2001)
 Spectral element based simulation of turbulent pipe flow
14AFMC Adelaide, December. 917–920. PDF
 Elston JR, Blackburn HM & Sheridan J (2000)
 The onset of
threedimensionality in the flow generated by an oscillating
cylinder APS DFD Washington, DC,
November.
 Lopez JM, Marques F, Sanchez J & Blackburn HM (2000)

Multiple unsteady solutions and symmetry breaking in a confined
swirling flow APS DFD Washington,
DC, November.
 Blackburn HM, Govardhan R & Williamson CHK (2000)
 A
complementary numerical and physical investigation of
vortexinduced vibration IUTAM Sympo Bluff Body Wakes &
VIV Marseille, June.
 Blackburn HM (2000)
 Sidewall boundary layer instabilities in
confined swirling flow Advances in Turbulence VIII Ed C
Dopazo: CIMNE, 607–610.
 Blackburn, HM (2000)
 Sidewall boundary layer instabilities
in confined swirling flow 8th European Turbulence Conf
Barcelona, June.
 Rudman M & Blackburn HM (1999)
 Large eddy simulation of
turbulent pipe flow 2nd Intnl Conf CFD in Minerals & Process
Ind Melbourne, December. PDF
 Blackburn, HM (1999)
 Domain decomposition with Robin
boundary conditions across a phase interface CTAC99
Canberra, September.
 McIver DM, Blackburn HM & Nathan GJ (1999)
 Spectral
element–Fourier methods applied to turbulent pipe flow
CTAC99 Canberra, September.
 Blackburn HM (1998)
 Channel flow LES with spectral elements
13AFMC Melbourne, December, 989–992. PDF
 Blackburn, HM (1998)
 A comparison of two and
threedimensional wakes of an oscillating circular cylinder
13AFMC Melbourne, December, 749–752. PDF
 Rudman M & Blackburn HM (1998)
 Turbulent
Taylor–Couette flow 13AFMC Melbourne, December,
163–166. PDF
 Blackburn HM, Elston JR & Sheridan J (1998)
 Flows created by
a cylinder with oscillatory translation and spin
ASME Fluids Engng Div. Summer Meeting Washington DC,
June, FEDSM98–5157.
 Rudman M, Blackburn HM & Merrell J (1997)
 Bubble rise in an
inclined channel Intnl Conf CFD in Min, Met Proc & Power
Gen Melbourne, July. PDF
 Niclasen RD & Blackburn, HM (1997)
 Gauss and
Gauss–Lobatto element quadratures applied to the
incompressible Navier–Stokes equations
CTAC97 Adelaide, September, 457–464. PDF
 Niclasen RD, Rudman M, Blackburn HM & Wu J (1997)
 Flow
simulation of a mixing vessel incorporating blade element theory
Intnl Conf CFD in Min, Met Proc & Power Gen Melbourne,
July, 395–401.
 Welsh MC, Pullum L, Downie RJ, Cooper PI & Blackburn HM (1996)
 The role of smallscale physical modelling of fluid dynamic
processes in mineral processing
Adv Alumina Tech Darwin, June, ii–xvi.
 Blackburn HM & Henderson RD (1995)
 Nearwake vorticity
dynamics in bluff body flows 12AFMC Sydney, December,
17–20.
 Niclasen RD & Blackburn HM (1995)
 A comparison of
masslumping techniques for the twodimensional
Navier–Stokes equations 12AFMC Sydney, December,
17–20.
 Blackburn HM & Henderson RD (1995)
 Phase control of vortex
shedding during lockin APS DFD
40(12) Irvine, California, November.
 Blackburn HM & Henderson RD (1995)
 Wake dynamics in flow
past an oscillating cylinder Numerical Methods in
Laminar & Turbulent Flow IX Eds C Taylor & P Durbetaki:
Pineridge Press, 1479–1490.
 Blackburn HM & Henderson RD (1995)
 Wake dynamics in flow
past an oscillating cylinder 9th Intnl Conf Num Meth Laminar &
Turb Flow Altanta, July, 1479–1490.
 Blackburn HM & Henderson RD (1994)
 Progress in simulation of
vortexinduced vibration AWES 4th National Workshop
Sydney, October.
 Blackburn HM & Henderson RD (1994)
 Bodywake interaction
during vortexinduced vibration Intnl Colloq Jets, Wakes &
Shear Layers Melbourne, April.
 Blackburn HM & Karniadakis GE (1993)
 Two and
threedimensional simulations of vortexinduced vibrations of a
circular cylinder 3rd Intnl Offshore & Polar Engng Conf
Singapore, June, 715–720. PDF
 Blackburn HM & Melbourne WH (1992)
 Cross flow response
prediction of slender circularcylindrical structures: prediction
models and recent experimental results BBAA2 Hobart,
December.
 Blackburn HM, Cantwell BJ & Mansour NM (1992)
 Topological
characteristics of incompressible channel flow
APS DFD Tallahasee,
Florida, November.
 Blackburn, HM & Melbourne, WH (1991)
 Lift on an oscillating
cylinder in smooth and turbulent flow 8th Intnl Conf Wind
Engng Ontario, June.
 Blackburn HM & Melbourne WH (1991)
 Promotion of instability
during lockin AWES 4th National Workshop Polkolbin,
February.
 Blackburn HM & Melbourne WH (1989)
 Measurements of
coefficients of lift and spanwise correlation for a circular
cylinder oscillating in a turbulent flow
10AFMC Melbourne, December.
 Blackburn HM & Melbourne WH (1989)
 Frequency and time domain
cancellation of inertial signal from an accelerating force
transducer Workshop Ind Fluid Dyn., Heat Trans. & Wind
Engng Melbourne, December.
 Manohar SM, Blackburn HM & Melbourne WH (1989)
 Aerodynamic
wind effects on a tall chimney 2nd Asia–Pacific Symp
Wind Engng Beijing, June, 764–771.
 Blackburn HM & Melbourne WH (1989)
 Measurements of sectional
lift forces on an oscillating cylinder 2nd Asia–Pacific
Symp Wind Engng Beijing, June, 322–339.
 Attwood R & Blackburn HM (1984)
 Predicted moisture loss from
soft brown coal during transport by overland conveyor
Transportation Conference 84/9, IEAust Perth, 43–46.
Thesis
Lift on an oscillating cylinder in smooth and turbulent flows,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Monash University, 1992.
Frontmatter,
Chapter 1,
Chapter 2,
Chapter 3,
Chapter 4,
Chapter 5,
Chapter 6,
Chapter 7,
Appendix A,
Appendix B,
Appendix C.
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