Sahuck Oh

I am a PhD student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and have worked in the Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory since I came to University of California at Berkeley in 2010.

I am now working on bubble simulation in complex flows. My numerical simulations are being used to understand the three-dimensional behavior of bubbles as they grow and collapse. Spherical harmonics are used for tracking the surfaces of the bubbles. The main application is to control bubble formation and motion in a device used for artificial photosynthesis.

I like weight training, jogging, soccer, swimming and listening music.

Research at CFD Lab with Prof. Marcus:

Full-Length Articles

Sahuck Oh, Chung-Hsiang Jiang, Chiyu "Max" Jiang, Philip S. Marcus (2018) Finding the optimal shape of the leading-and-trailing car of a high-speed train using design-by-morphing, Computational Mechanics 62(1), p. 23-45, pdf, doi:10.1007/s00466-017-1482-4

Conference Papers/Abstracts

Sahuck Oh, Chung-Hsiang Jiang, Philip S. Marcus, David Gutzwiller, Alain Demeulenaere, Chiyu "Max" Jiang (2016) Shape Optimization of A Turbine-99 Draft Tube Using Design-by-Morphing, APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, p. L4–004, url