•B.E., Applied Mechanics, National University of Defense Technology
•Ph.D., Fluid Mechanics, Peking University
Scaling phenomena, Statistical and phenomenological theory of turbulence and complex systems, Turbulence modeling, Vortex dynamics, Hydrodynamics, Nonlinear dynamics
Inspired by the intensive and extensive interest on basic theoretical research, I have been working on interdisciplinary research between turbulence, hydrodynamics and mathematics and nonlinear dynamics. Some fundamental results had been obtained concerning Lagrangian turbulence, helicity analysis and classical differential geometry, and hierarchical structure model of turbulence. Recently, some important advances have been made on the generalization of She-Leveque hierarchical structure model of turbulence, the phenomenology of probability density functions of multi-scale fluctuations of stochastic fields, the mathematical theory of scaling laws, the invariants of fluid Euler equation, and some new mathematical physics properties on the decomposition of three-dimensional vector fields.
Professional Honors and Awards
1. W.-D. Su*, Z.-J. Liao, Special three-dimensional helical turbulence produced by two-dimensional turbulence, J. Physics A: Math. Theor., 2013, 46: 465501
2. Zhang M-J, Su W-D*, Exact solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations with spiral or elliptical oscillation between two infinite planes, Phys. Fluids, 2013, 25:073102
3. Y.-T. Yang, W.-D. Su, J.-Z. Wu*, Helical-wave decomposition and applications to channel turbulence with streamwise rotation, J. Fluid Mech., 2010, 662: 91-122
4. W.-D. Su, The solutions of the frozen field equation and the conserved quantities of the Euler equations, Proceedings of the 2009’ National Workshop for Young Scholars on Fluid Mechanics: 97-102 (in Chinese)
5. W.-D. Su*, J.-Z. Zhu, A model equation for the multi-scale probability density function of turbulent fluctuations, Proceedings of the 2005’ National Workshop for Young Scholars on Fluid Mechanics: 63-70 (in Chinese)
6. W.-D. Su, Some theoretical issues on hierarchical structure model of turbulence, In: Modern mathematics and mechanics MMM-IX (in Chinese), ed. Dai SQ et al, Shanghai: Shanghai University Press, 2004: 578-582 (in Chinese)
7. W.-D. Su*, Z.-S. She, A unified phenomenology for the probability density functions of turbulent fluctuations, Proceedings of the 7th National Conference on Turbulence and Flow Instability, August 10-13, 2004, Beijing: 156-160
8. W.-D. Su*, P.C-Hao, Y Yang, Generalized hierarchical structures in turbulence, Proceedings of the Sixth China-Japan Workshop on Turbulent Flows, Oct.31-Nov.2, 2004, Hayama, Japan.
9. E.S.C. Ching*, Z.-S She, W.-D. Su, Z Zou, Extended self-similarity and hierarchical structure in turbulence, Phy. Rev. E, 2002, 64: 066303
10.W.-D. Su, H Zhao, Q.-D. Cai, A.-K. Xiong, J.-Z.Wu*, A diagnosis of linear eddy-viscosity in turbulence modeling, Phys. Fluids, 2002, 14(3):1284-1287