Publications

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Journal Articles

ArticleAuthorsJournalYear Published
Robust and Sensitive Frost and Ice Detection via Planar Microwave Resonator SensorB. Wiltshire, K. Mirshahidi, K. Golovin, M. H. ZarifiSensors & Actuators B. Chemical2019
Low–interfacial toughness materials for effective large-scale deicingK. Golovin, A. Dhyani, M. Thouless, A. TutejaScience2019
Influence of textural statistics on drag reduction by scalable, randomly rough superhydrophobic surfaces in turbulent flowA. Rajappan, K. Golovin, B. Tobelmann, V. Pillutla, Abhijeet, W. Choi, A. Tuteja, G. H. McKinleyPhysics of Fluids2019
Characterization of Superhydrophobic Surfaces for Drag Reduction in Turbulent FlowJ. Gose, K. Golovin, M. Boban, J. M. Mabry, A. Tuteja, M. Perlin, S. L. CeccioJournal of Fluid Mechanics2018
Smooth, All-Solid, Low-Hysteresis, Omniphobic Surfaces with Enhanced Mechanical DurabilityM. Boban, K. Golovin, B. Tobelmann, O. Gupte, J. M. Mabry, A. TutejaACS Applied Materials & Interfaces2018
A predictive framework for the design and fabrication of icephobic polymersK. Golovin and A. TutejaScience Advances2017
Designing Self-Healing Superhydrophobic Surfaces with Exceptional Mechanical DurabilityK. Golovin, M. Boban, J. M. Mabry and A. TutejaACS Applied Materials & Interfaces2017
Effects of extreme transverse deformation on the strength of UHMWPE single filaments for ballistic applicationsK. Golovin and S. L PhoenixJournal of Materials Science2016
High resolution velocity measurement in the inner part of turbulent boundary layers over super-hydrophobic surfacesH. Ling, S. Srinivasan, K. Golovin, A. Tuteja, G. McKinley and J. KatzJournal of Fluid Mechanics2016
Bio-Inspired Surfaces for Turbulent Drag ReductionK. Golovin, J. W. Gose, M. Perlin, S. L. Ceccio and A. TutejaPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A2016
Designing Durable Icephobic SurfacesK.Golovin, S. P. R. Kobaku, E. T. DiLoreto, J. M. Mabry, and A. TutejaScience Advances2016
Transparent, Flexible, Superomniphobic Surfaces with Ultra-Low Contact Angle HysteresisK. Golovin, D. H. Lee, J. M. Mabry and A. TutejaAngewandte Chemie2013
Comparison of Elastic Moduli of Porous Cordierite by Flexure and Dynamic Test MethodsR. J. Stafford, K. Golovin, A. Dickinson, T. R. Watkins, A. Shyam and E. Lara-CurzioCeramic Engineering and Science Proceedings2012

Conference Papers

TitleAuthorsConference
On the Development of Self-Sensing Textile Preforms using Fused Deposition Modelling: A Preliminary Investigation of Process ParametersC. Keegan, B. Khatir, M. A R. Khandoker, K. Golovin, A. S. Milani11th Canadian-International Conference on Composites (CANCOM2019), Kelowna, BC (2019)
In-line optical characterization enabled through a new, robust coating that prevents fouling by bitumenN. N. Nata, B. Khatir, and K. GolovinSuncor Academic Forum on Transformational Technology for Energy Systems, Calgary, AB (2018)
Laser Doppler Velocimetry Measurements of A Turbulent Boundary Layer Flow over Sprayed Superhydrophobic SurfacesJ. W. Gose, K. Golovin, J. M. Bario, M. P. Schultz, A. Tuteja, M. Perlin, and S. L. Ceccio10th International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena (TSFP10), Chicago, USA (2017)
Experimental Investigation of Turbulent Skin-Friction Drag Reduction Along Superhydrophobic MaterialsJ. W. Gose, K. Golovin, A. Tuteja, S. L. Ceccio and M. Perlin31st Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics, Monterey, USA (2016)
Flow Structure and Turbulence in the Inner Part of Turbulent Boundary Layers over Super-Hydrophobic SurfacesH. Ling, S. Srinivasan, K. Golovin, V. Pillutla, A. Singh, G. McKinley, A. Tuteja, W. Choi and J. Katz31st Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics, Monterey, USA (2016)
Use of Vision-Based Methods for Measurement of Mechanical Properties of Exhaust CatalystsA. P. Dickinson, P. J. Gloeckner, R. J. Stafford and K. GolovinExperimental and Applied Mechanics, Volume 4: Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Conference on Experimental and Applied Mechanics, 165–171, Philadelphia, USA (2012)