Maninder S. Grover
Maninder S. Grover
Air Force Research Laboratory, University of Dayton Research Institute
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Direct molecular simulation of nonequilibrium dilute gases
TE Schwartzentruber, MS Grover, P Valentini
Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer 32 (4), 892-903, 2018
Construction of a coarse-grain quasi-classical trajectory method. II. Comparison against the direct molecular simulation method
RL Macdonald, MS Grover, TE Schwartzentruber, M Panesi
The Journal of chemical physics 148 (5), 2018
Direct molecular simulation of internal energy relaxation and dissociation in oxygen
MS Grover, E Torres, TE Schwartzentruber
Physics of Fluids 31 (7), 2019
Vibrational Energy Transfer and Collision-Induced Dissociation in Collisions
MS Grover, TE Schwartzentruber, Z Varga, DG Truhlar
Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer 33 (3), 797-807, 2019
Quasiclassical trajectory analysis of oxygen dissociation via O2, O, and N2
RS Chaudhry, MS Grover, JD Bender, TE Schwartzentruber, GV Candler
2018 AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 0237, 2018
Comparison of Potential Energy Surface and Computed Rate Coefficients for Dissociation
RL Jaffe, M Grover, S Venturi, DW Schwenke, P Valentini, ...
Journal of thermophysics and heat transfer 32 (4), 869-881, 2018
Dissociation and internal excitation of molecular nitrogen due to N2-N collisions using direct molecular simulation
MS Grover, N Singh, TE Schwartzentruber, RL Jaffe
55th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 0660, 2017
Comparison of quantum mechanical and empirical potential energy surfaces and computed rate coefficients for N2 dissociation
RL Jaffe, DW Schwenke, M Grover, P Valentini, TE Schwartzentruber, ...
54th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 0503, 2016
Ab initio simulation of hypersonic flows past a cylinder based on accurate potential energy surfaces
MS Grover, P Valentini
Physics of Fluids 33 (5), 2021
Dynamics of vibrational energy excitation and dissociation in oxygen from direct molecular simulation
MS Grover, TE Schwartzentruber, Z Varga, DG Truhlar
2018 AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 0238, 2018
Internal energy relaxation and dissociation in molecular oxygen using direct molecular simulation
MS Grover, TE Schwartzentruber
47th AIAA Thermophysics Conference, 3488, 2017
Implementation of a nitrogen chemical kinetics model based on ab-initio data for hypersonic CFD
RS Chaudhry, N Singh, MS Grover, TE Schwartzentruber, GV Candler
2018 Joint Thermophysics and Heat Transfer Conference, 3439, 2018
Molecular simulation of flows in thermochemical non-equilibrium around a cylinder using ab initio potential energy surfaces for N2+ N and N2+ N2 interactions
P Valentini, MS Grover, N Bisek, A Verhoff
Physics of Fluids 33 (9), 2021
Vibrational state-to-state and multiquantum effects for N2 + N2 interactions at high temperatures for aerothermodynamic applications
MS Grover, P Valentini, E Josyula, RS Chaudhry
AIAA Scitech 2020 Forum, 1227, 2020
First-principles predictions for shear viscosity of air components at high temperature
P Valentini, AM Verhoff, MS Grover, NJ Bisek
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 25 (13), 9131-9139, 2023
Constructing feed-forward artificial neural networks to fit potential energy surfaces for molecular simulation of high-temperature gas flows
P Valentini, MS Grover, E Josyula
Physical Review E 102 (5), 053302, 2020
State-to-state and direct molecular simulation study of energy transfer and dissociation of nitrogen mixtures
RL Macdonald, E Torres, TE Schwartzentruber, M Panesi
AIAA Scitech 2020 Forum, 1712, 2020
Direct molecular simulation of nitrogen and oxygen at hypersonic conditions
MS Grover
University of Minnesota, 2018
Coupled rotational-vibrational excitation in shock waves using trajectory-based direct simulation Monte Carlo
MS Grover, P Valentini, TE Schwartzentruber
53rd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 1656, 2015
Ab initio calculation of thermal conductivity: Application to molecular nitrogen
P Valentini, MS Grover, NJ Bisek, AM Verhoff
Physical Review Fluids 7 (7), L071401, 2022
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