Publications

“I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.”

Richard P. Feynman

  1. Dana, A., Zheng, Z., Peng, G. G., Stone, H. A., Huppert, H. E., & Ramon, G. Z. (2018). Dynamics of viscous backflow from a model fracture network. Journal of Fluid Mechanics836, 828-849.‏

  2. Dana, A., Peng, G. G., Stone, H. A., Huppert, H. E., & Ramon, G. Z. (2019). Backflow from a model fracture network: an asymptotic investigation. Journal of Fluid Mechanics864, 899-924.‏

  3. Dana, A., Hadas, S., & Ramon, G. Z. (2019). Potential application of osmotic backwashing to brackish water desalination membranes. Desalination468, 114029.‏

  4. Dana, A., Peng, G. G., Stone, H. A., Huppert, H. E., & Ramon, G. Z. (2021). Viscous backflow from a model fracture network: Influence of a permeable boundary. Journal of Fluid Mechanics,911, A42.‏

  5. Dana, A., Sekiguchi, H., Aoyama, K., Faran, E., Liss, K.D., Shilo, D. (2020). The evolution of the martensitic transformation at the high driving-force regime: A microsecond-scale time-resolved X-ray diffraction study. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 157968.

  6. Dana, A., Sekiguchi, H., Aoyama, K., Faran, E., Liss, K. D., & Shilo, D. (2021). Dynamics of Phase Fronts During High-Driving-Force Transformation of Shape Memory Alloy Wires. Shape Memory and Superelasticity, 1-11.

  7. Dana, A.; Vollach, S.; Shilo, D. (2021) Use the Force: Review of High-Rate Actuation of Shape Memory Alloys. Actuators, 10, 140.