Zhang, Q, and Bodony, D. J., (2011) "Numerical simulation of two-dimensional acoustic liners with high-speed grazing flow," Vol 49(2), AIAA Journal, pp. 365-382.
Bodony, D. J., Zagaris, G., Reichert, A., Zhang., Q., (2011) "Provably stable overset grid methods for computational aeroacoustics," Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. 330, pp. 4161-4179.
Austin, J. M., and Bodony, D. J., (2011) "Wave propagation in gaseous small-scale channel flows," Shock Waves, Vol. 21(6), pp. 547-557.
Kim, J., Bodony D.J., Freund, J.B.(2012) "Mechanisms of Jet Noise Reduction and Their Impact on Large-Eddy Simulations (invited)", Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 28(2), pp. 259-268.
Zhang, Q., Bodony D. J. (2012) Numerical investigation and modeling of acoustically-excited flow through a circular orifice backed by a hexagonal cavity, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 693, pp. 367-401.
Ostoich, C., Bodony D. J., Geubelle, P. H. (2012) Coupled fluid-thermal response of a spherical dome due to a Mach 6.59 laminar boundary layer, AIAA Journal, Vol. 50(12), pp. 2791--2808.
Reichert, A., Heath M. T., Bodony, D. J. (2012) ``Energy Stable Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations Using Overlapping Domain Decomposition,'' Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 231, pp. 52435265.
Mishra, A., Bodony, D. J. (2013) ``Evaluation of actuator disk theory for predicting indirect combustion noise," Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. 332(4), pp. 821--838.
Ostoich, C, Bodony, D. J., and Geubelle, P. H. (2013) "Interaction of a Mach 2.25 turbulent boundary layer with a fluttering panel using direct numerical simulation," Physics of Fluids, Vol. 25(11), 110806, 27 pages.
Sucheendran, M. M., Bodony, D. J., and Geubelle, P. H. (2014) Coupled structural-acoustic response of a duct-mounted elastic plate with grazing flow, AIAA Journal, Vol. 52(1), pp. 178-194.
Kim, J., Bodony, D. J., and Freund, J. B. (2014) "Adjoint-based control of loud events in a turbulent jet," Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. (741), pp. 28-59.
Vishnampet, R., Bodony, D. J., and Freund, J. B., (2015) "A practical and efficient discrete-adjoint method for high-fidelity compressible turbulence simulations", Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 285, pp 173-192.
Zhang, Q. and Bodony, D. J., (2016) "Numerical Investigation of a Honeycomb Liner Grazed By Laminar and Turbulent Boundary Layers", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 792, pp. 936-980.
Bodony, D. J., Day, L., Friscia, A. R., Fusani, L., Karon, A., Swenson Jr., G. W., Wikelski, M., Schlinger., B. (2016) Determination of the Wingsnap Sonation Mechanism of the Golden-Collared Manakin (Manacus vitellinus), Journal of Experimental Biology, Vol. 219, No. 10, pp. 1524-1534.
Shahriari, N., Bodony, D. J., Hanifi, A., and Henningson, D. S. (2016) "Acoustic receptivity simulations of flow past a flat plate with elliptic leading edge", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 800, pp. R2-1R2-11.
Natarajan, M., Freund, J. B., and Bodony, D. J. (2016) "Actuator Selection and Placement for Localized Feedback Flow Control", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 809, pp. 775-792.
Sharan, N., Pantano, C., and Bodony, D. J. (2018) "Time-Stable Overset Grid Method for Hyperbolic Problems using Summation-by-Parts Operators", Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 361, pp. 199-230.
Natarajan, M., Freund, J. B., and Bodony, D. J. (2018) "Global Mode-Based Control of Laminar and Turbulent High-Speed Jets", Comptes Rendus Manique, Vol. 346(10), pp. 978-996 (special issue on jet noise).
Capecelatro, J., Bodony, D. J., and Freund, J. B. (2018) "Adjoint-based sensitivity and ignition threshold mapping in a turbulent mixing layer", accepted for publication in Combustion Theory and Modeling.
Diener, M., Bodony, D. J., and Kale, L. (2018) "Accelerating scientific applications on heterogeneous systems with HybridOMP", accepted for publication in Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
Palash, S. and Bodony, D. J., "Low-Rank Dynamic Mode Decomposition using Riemannian Manifold Optimization", (2018) 57th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control.
American Physical Society, Division of Fluid Dynamics, Nominating Committee (2016-2018)
AIAA Fluid Dynamics Technical Committee, Future of Fluids subcommittee (2014--2019)
Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (Member)
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