Rob Stoll
Rob Stoll
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah
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Dynamic subgrid‐scale models for momentum and scalar fluxes in large‐eddy simulations of neutrally stratified atmospheric boundary layers over heterogeneous terrain
R Stoll, F Porté‐Agel
Water Resources Research 42 (1), 2006
Large-eddy simulation of the stable atmospheric boundary layer using dynamic models with different averaging schemes
R Stoll, F Porté-Agel
Boundary-layer meteorology 126 (1), 1-28, 2008
Effect of roughness on surface boundary conditions for large-eddy simulation
R Stoll, F Porté-Agel
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 118 (1), 169-187, 2006
Turbulence in sparse, organized vegetative canopies: a large-eddy simulation study
BN Bailey, R Stoll
Boundary-layer meteorology 147 (3), 369-400, 2013
Surface heterogeneity effects on regional-scale fluxes in stable boundary layers: surface temperature transitions
R Stoll, F Porté-Agel
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 66 (2), 412-431, 2009
Evaluation of dynamic subgrid-scale models in large-eddy simulations of neutral turbulent flow over a two-dimensional sinusoidal hill
F Wan, F Porté-Agel, R Stoll
Atmospheric Environment 41 (13), 2719-2728, 2007
A new three-dimensional energy balance model for complex plant canopy geometries: Model development and improved validation strategies
BN Bailey, R Stoll, ER Pardyjak, NE Miller
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 218, 146-160, 2016
The ebb and flow of airborne pathogens: monitoring and use in disease management decisions
WF Mahaffee, R Stoll
Phytopathology 106 (5), 420-431, 2016
Scalable tools for generating synthetic isotropic turbulence with arbitrary spectra
T Saad, D Cline, R Stoll, JC Sutherland
AIAA journal 55 (1), 327-331, 2017
The creation and evolution of coherent structures in plant canopy flows and their role in turbulent transport
BN Bailey, R Stoll
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 789, 425-460, 2016
A scalable plant-resolving radiative transfer model based on optimized GPU ray tracing
BN Bailey, M Overby, P Willemsen, ER Pardyjak, WF Mahaffee, R Stoll
Agricultural and forest meteorology 198, 192-208, 2014
Effect of vegetative canopy architecture on vertical transport of massless particles
BN Bailey, R Stoll, ER Pardyjak, WF Mahaffee
Atmospheric environment 95, 480-489, 2014
The accuracy of the compressible Reynolds equation for predicting the local pressure in gas-lubricated textured parallel slider bearings
M Qiu, BN Bailey, R Stoll, B Raeymaekers
Tribology international 72, 83-89, 2014
One-way coupling of the WRF–QUIC urban dispersion modeling system
AK Kochanski, ER Pardyjak, R Stoll, A Gowardhan, MJ Brown, ...
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 54 (10), 2119-2139, 2015
Large-eddy simulation of the atmospheric boundary layer
R Stoll, JA Gibbs, ST Salesky, W Anderson, M Calaf
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 177 (2), 541-581, 2020
Surface heterogeneity effects on regional-scale fluxes in the stable boundary layer: Aerodynamic roughness length transitions
NE Miller, R Stoll
Boundary-layer meteorology 149 (2), 277-301, 2013
Development and evaluation of an open-source, low-cost distributed sensor network for environmental monitoring applications
N Gunawardena, ER Pardyjak, R Stoll, A Khadka
Measurement Science and Technology 29 (2), 024008, 2018
Experimental validation of a long-distance transport model for plant pathogens: Application to Fusarium graminearum
AJ Prussin II, LC Marr, DG Schmale III, R Stoll, SD Ross
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 203, 118-130, 2015
Comprehensive evaluation of fast-response, Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes, and large-eddy simulation methods against high-spatial-resolution wind-tunnel data in step-down …
AN Hayati, R Stoll, JJ Kim, T Harman, MA Nelson, MJ Brown, ER Pardyjak
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 164 (2), 217-247, 2017
An experimental study of momentum and heavy particle transport in a trellised agricultural canopy
NE Miller, R Stoll, WF Mahaffee, TM Neill, ER Pardyjak
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 211, 100-114, 2015
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