Professor Longmire's research uses advanced experimental methods to study single- and multi-phase turbulent flows, liquid/liquid mixtures, microscale flows, and biomedical flows. Current projects focus on eddy identification and particle transport in turbulent boundary layers, how discrete particles affect transition to turbulence, liquid/liquid flows with contact effects, and spray deposition of cells.
AEM 2012 -- Dynamics
AEM 4202 -- Aerodynamics
AEM 4602W -- Aeromechanics Laboratory
AEM 8201-- Fluid Mechanics I
AEM 8211 -- Theory of Turbulence I
AEM 8880 -- Plan B Project
Honors and Awards
2016: Chair, American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics
2014-Present: Editor in Chief, Experiments in Fluids
2011-2015: U.S. National Committee on Theoretical & Applied Mechanics
2008-2013: Associate Editor, Physics of Fluids
2007: Fellow, American Physical Society
2007: Distinguished Women Scholars Award
1994 -1999: NSF National Young Investigator
1994 - 1996: McKnight Land-Grant Professor
1992-1994: Research Initiation Award, National Science Foundation
1989 - 1990: AAUW Dissertation Fellowship
1987 - 1988: Link Energy Fellowship
1984 - 1985: Chevron U.S.A. Fellowship in Energy Studies
1982-1983: DAAD Postgraduate Fellowship
Barros, D.C., Duan, Y., Troolin, D., and Longmire, E.K. Air-filled soap bubbles for volumetric velocity measurements in air flows, Exp. Fluids, 62:36, 2021.
Tee, Y.H., Barros, D.C., and Longmire, E.K. Motion of large particles released into turbulent boundary layers, Int. J. Multiphase Flow, 133, 103462, 2020.