S. M. Hosseini, R. Vinuesa, P. Schlatter, A. Hanifi and D. S. Henningson.

Int. J. Heat Fluid Flow, 61, 117–128, 2016.

Characterization of the secondary flow in hexagonal ducts.

O. Marin, R. Vinuesa, A. V. Obabko and P. Schlatter

Phys. Fluids, 28, 125101, 2016.

Convergence of numerical simula- tions of turbulent wall-bounded flows and mean cross-flow structure of rectangular ducts.

R. Vinuesa, C. Prus, P. Schlatter and H. M. Nagib.

Meccanica, 51, 3025–3042, 2016.

Aspect ratio effect on particle transport in turbulent duct flows.

A. Noorani, R. Vinuesa, L. Brandt and P. Schlatter.

Phys. Fluids, 28, 105103, 2016.

On determining characteristic length scales in pressure-gradient turbulent boundary layers.

R.Vinuesa, A. Bobke, R. Örlü and P. Schlatter.

Phys. Fluids, 27, 105107, 2016.

Alternative interpretation of the Superpipe data and motivation for CICLoPE: the effect of a decreasing viscous length scale.

R. Vinuesa, R. D. Duncan and H. M. Nagib.

Eur. J. Mech. B/Fluids, 58, 109–116, 2016.

Simulations and experiments of heat loss from a parabolic trough absorber tube over a range of pressures and gas compositions in the vacuum chamber.

R. Vinuesa, L. F. de Arévalo, M. Luna and H. Cachafeiro.

J. Renew. Sustain. Energy, 8, 023701, 2016.

Enhancing the accuracy of measurement techniques in high Reynolds number turbulent boundary layers for more representative comparison to their canonical representations.

R. Vinuesa and H. M. Nagib.

Eur. J. Mech. B/Fluids, 55, 300–312, 2016.

2015

Enhanced secondary motion of the turbulent flow through a porous square duct.

A. Samanta, R. Vinuesa, I. Lashgari, P. Schlatter and L. Brandt.

J. Fluid Mech., 784, 681–693, 2015.

Documentation of the role of large-scale structures in the bursting process in turbulent boundary layers.

R. Vinuesa, M. H. Hites, C. E. Wark and H. M. Nagib.

Phys. Fluids, 27, 105107, 2015.

Direct numerical simulation of the flow around a wall-mounted square cylinder under various inflow conditions.

R. Vinuesa, P. Schlatter, J. Malm, C. Mavriplis and D. S. Henningson.

J. Turbul., 16, 555–587, 2015.

On minimum aspect ratio for duct-flow facilities and the role of side walls in generating secondary flows.

R. Vinuesa, P. Schlatter and H. M. Nagib.

J. Turbul., 16, 588–606, 2015.

2014

Aspect ratio effects in turbulent duct flows studied through direct numerical simulation.

R. Vinuesa, A Noorani, A. Lozano-Durán, G. K. El Khoury, P. Schlatter, P. F. Fischer and H. M. Nagib.

This paper provided one of the cover images for the International Symposium on Turbulence & Shear Flow Phenomena (TSFP-10).

J. Turbul., 15, 677–706, 2014.

New insight into flow development and two dimensionality of turbulent channel flows.

R. Vinuesa, E. Bartrons, D. Chiu, K. M. Dressler, J.-D. Ruëdi, Y. Suzuki and H. M. Nagib.

Exp. Fluids, 55, 1759, 2014.

Role of data uncertainties in identifying the logarithmic region of turbulent boundary layers.

R. Vinuesa, P. Schlatter and H. M. Nagib.

Exp. Fluids, 55, 1751, 2014.

Experiments and computations of localized pressure gradients with different history effects.

R. Vinuesa, P. H. Rozier, P. Schlatter and H. M. Nagib.

AIAA J., 52, 368–384, 2014.

2013

Obtaining accurate mean velocity measurements in high Reynolds number turbulent boundary layers using Pitot tubes.

S. C. C. Bailey, M. Hultmark, J. P. Monty, P. H. Alfredsson, M. S. Chong, R. D. Duncan, J. H. M. Fransson, N. Hutchins, I. Marusic, B. J. McKeon, H. M. Nagib, R. Örlü, A. Segalini, A. J. Smits and R. Vinuesa.