James Comer

  • Program Years: 1991-1995
  • Academic Institution: North Carolina State University
  • Field of Study: Mechanical Engineering
  • Academic Advisor: Clement Kleinstreuer
  • Practicum(s):
    Sandia National Laboratories, New Mexico (1993)
  • Degree(s):
    Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, North Carolina State University, 1999
    M.S. Mechanical Engineering, North Carolina State University, 1993
    B.S. Mechanical Engineering, North Carolina State University, 1990

Current Status

  • Status: Senior Engineer, Modeling & Simulation, Family Care, Procter & Gamble
  • Research Area: Computational Fluid Mechanics, Flow in Absorbent Structures
  • Contact Information: 513 - 698-7584
  • Publications

    Dissertation: Computational Two-phase Flow Analysis and Application to Gas-Liquid and Gas-Solid Flows, 1999.

    Master's Thesis: "Computational Analysis of Thermal Flows Past Non-Spherical Solid and Drops", 1993.

    Flow structures and particle deposition patterns in double-bifurcation airway models. Part I Air flow fields, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 435, pp. 25-54 Comer, J.K., Kleinstreuer, C. & Zhang, Z. - 01/01/2001

    Flow structures and particle deposition patterns in double-bifurcation airway models. Part 2. Aerosol transport and deposition, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 435, pp. 55-80 Comer, J.K., Kleinstreuer, C. & Kim, C.S. - 01/01/2001

    Rheological effects on pulsatile hemodynamics in a stenosed tube, Computer & Fluids, Vol. 29, pgs. 695-724 J.R. Buchanan Jr., C. Kleinstreuer, J.K. Comer - 01/01/2000

    Aerosol Transport and Deposition in Sequentially Bifurcating Airways, Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, Vol. 122, Issue 2, pp., 152-158 J. K. Comer, C. Klei