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Title: Simulation codes and data for "Reduced modeling and global instability of finite-Reynolds-number flow in compliant rectangular channels"
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Zip files with codes and data to make the plots in the manuscript "Reduced modeling and global instability of finite-Reynolds-number flow in compliant rectangular channels" by Wang & ChristovMore>>
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Purdue University Research Repository
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NSF-PAR ID:
10379351
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1.0
Award ID(s):
1705637
Sponsoring Org:
National Science Foundation
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