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R. Daniel Maynes
R. Daniel Maynes
Professor of Mechanical Engineering Brigham Young University
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Characterization of frictional pressure drop for liquid flows through microchannels
J Judy, D Maynes, BW Webb
International Journal of heat and mass transfer 45 (17), 3477-3489, 2002
6322002
Laminar flow in a microchannel with superhydrophobic walls exhibiting transverse ribs
J Davies, D Maynes, BW Webb, B Woolford
Physics of fluids 18 (8), 2006
2732006
Laminar flow in a microchannel with hydrophobic surface patterned microribs oriented parallel to the flow direction
D Maynes, K Jeffs, B Woolford, BW Webb
Physics of fluids 19 (9), 2007
2492007
Particle image velocimetry characterization of turbulent channel flow with rib patterned superhydrophobic walls
B Woolford, J Prince, D Maynes, BW Webb
Physics of Fluids 21 (8), 2009
2072009
Fully developed electro-osmotic heat transfer in microchannels
D Maynes, BW Webb
International journal of heat and mass transfer 46 (8), 1359-1369, 2003
1892003
The effect of viscous dissipation in thermally fully-developed electro-osmotic heat transfer in microchannels
D Maynes, BW Webb
International journal of heat and mass transfer 47 (5), 987-999, 2004
1292004
Liquid flow through microchannels with grooved walls under wetting and superhydrophobic conditions
B Woolford, D Maynes, BW Webb
Microfluidics and nanofluidics 7, 121-135, 2009
1172009
Characterization of transition to turbulence in microchannels
C Rands, BW Webb, D Maynes
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 49 (17-18), 2924-2930, 2006
1042006
Fully-developed thermal transport in combined pressure and electro-osmotically driven flow in microchannels
D Maynes, BW Webb
J. Heat Transfer 125 (5), 889-895, 2003
982003
Experimental and numerical investigation of turbulent flow induced pipe vibration in fully developed flow
MT Pittard, RP Evans, RD Maynes, JD Blotter
Review of scientific instruments 75 (7), 2393-2401, 2004
962004
Thermal transport in a microchannel exhibiting ultrahydrophobic microribs maintained at constant temperature
D Maynes, BW Webb, J Davies
952008
Velocity profile characterization in sub-millimeter diameter tubes using molecular tagging velocimetry
D Maynes, AR Webb
Experiments in Fluids 32 (1), 3-15, 2002
852002
Hydrodynamics of droplet impingement on hot surfaces of varying wettability
CE Clavijo, J Crockett, D Maynes
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 108, 1714-1726, 2017
822017
Analysis of laminar slip-flow thermal transport in microchannels with transverse rib and cavity structured superhydrophobic walls at constant heat flux
D Maynes, BW Webb, J Crockett, V Solovjov
Journal of heat transfer 135 (2), 021701, 2013
742013
Convective heat transfer characteristics of electro-osmotically generated flow in microtubes at high wall potential
BC Liechty, BW Webb, RD Maynes
International journal of heat and mass transfer 48 (12), 2360-2371, 2005
702005
Apparent temperature jump and thermal transport in channels with streamwise rib and cavity featured superhydrophobic walls at constant heat flux
D Maynes, J Crockett
Journal of heat transfer 136 (1), 011701, 2014
662014
Selective trapping and concentration of nanoparticles and viruses in dual-height nanofluidic channels
MN Hamblin, J Xuan, D Maynes, HD Tolley, DM Belnap, AT Woolley, ...
Lab on a Chip 10 (2), 173-178, 2010
612010
Numerical simulation of the hydrodynamics and mass transfer in the large scale, rapid growth of KDP crystals. Part 1:: Computation of the transient, three-dimensional flow field
HF Robey, D Maynes
Journal of crystal growth 222 (1-2), 263-278, 2001
602001
Droplet impact dynamics for two liquids impinging on anisotropic superhydrophobic surfaces
JT Pearson, D Maynes, BW Webb
Experiments in fluids 53, 603-618, 2012
592012
Prediction of turbulent channel flow with superhydrophobic walls consisting of micro-ribs and cavities oriented parallel to the flow direction
K Jeffs, D Maynes, BW Webb
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 53 (4), 786-796, 2010
572010
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