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Abstract

We illustrate how cogent visiometrics can provide peak insights that lead to pathways for discovery through computer simulation. This process includes visualizing, quantifying, and tracking evolving coherent structure morphologies. We use the vortex paradigm (Hawley & Zabusky 1989) to guide, interpret, and model phenomena arising in numerical simulations of accelerated inhomogeneous flows, e.g. Richtmyer-Meshkov shock-interface and shock-bubble environments and Rayleigh-Taylor environments. Much of this work is available on the Internet at the sites of my collaborators, A Kotelnikov, J Ray, and R Samtaney, at our Vizlab URL, http://vizlab.rutgers.edu/vizlab.html.

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1999-01-01
2024-06-13
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