- Engineering Building III (EB3) 3411
Dr. Subbareddy is interested in fluid mechanics, with emphasis on computation of turbulent and transitional flows at high speeds and on development of high-fidelity numerical methods.
Prior to joining NC State, Dr. Subbareddy was a research associate at the University of Minnesota.
University of Minnesota
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Dr. Subbareddy's research interests are in the simulation and analysis of transitional and turbulent high speed flows. Currently, he is involved in projects that involve the construction of high-fidelity tools for the efficient solution of these problems and in work that uses these tools to study a wide range of flowfields.
- Detached-eddy simulations of hypersonic capsule wake flow
- Brock, J., Subbareddy, P., & Candler, G. (2015), AIAA Journal, .
- Direct numerical simulation of high-speed transition due to an isolated roughness element
- Subbareddy, P., Bartkowicz, M., & Candler, G. (2014), Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 748.
- Decoupled implicit method for aerothermodynamics and reacting flows
- Candler, G., Subbareddy, P., & Nompelis, I. (2013), AIAA Journal, 51(5).
- A fully discrete, kinetic energy consistent finite-volume scheme for compressible flows
- Subbareddy, P. K., & Candler, G. V. (2009), Journal of Computational Physics, 228(5).
- Structure and Modeling of Hypersonic Boundary Layers in Transitional and Turbulent Regimes
- NCSU NC Space Grant Consortium(7/01/16 - 6/30/17)