The following .stl files may be downloaded for 3-D printing. Thank you to Colin Huber for converting our solutions to .stl format. Meaghan Hoitt took the above picture.
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Convectively unstable wave due to an oscillating point source (at a single time, see animation here).
stl file: https://www.rit.edu/science/files/2dsignalingstlzip
Exponentially growing absolute instability (dimension into the page is time): https://www.rit.edu/science/files/absolutestlzip
Algebraically decaying wave (dimension into the page is time): https://www.rit.edu/science/files/decaywavestlzip
For more info on the PDE for the two models above, see:
Barlow, Nathaniel S, B. T Helenbrook, S. P Lin, and S. J Weinstein. 2010. “An Interpretation Of Absolutely And Convectively Unstable Waves Using Series Solutions”. Wave Motion 47: 564-582.
Algebraically growing absolute instability (dimension into the page is time): https://www.rit.edu/science/files/absolutealgebraicstlzip
For more info on the PDE for the above model, see:
King, Kristina R, Steven J Weinstein, Paula M Zaretzky, Michael Cromer, and Nathaniel S Barlow. 2016. “Stability Of Algebraically Unstable Dispersive Flows”. Phys. Rev. Fluids 1 (7).
The pressure-temperature-density diagram of a square-well fluid at its critical region and above, showing the correct non-classical scaling from all directions.
stl file: https://www.rit.edu/science/files/thermo2stlzip
The equation of state used to produce the above model is given in:
Barlow, Nathaniel S, Andrew J Schultz, Steven J Weinstein, and David A Kofke. 2015. “Communication: Analytic Continuation Of The Virial Series Through The Critical Point Using Parametric Approximants”. The Journal Of Chemical Physics 143 (071103).