Anatoli Tumin

Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

Professor, Applied Mathematics Graduate Interdisciplinary Program
Anatoli Tumin is a Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and a Member of the Applied Mathematics program at the University of Arizona. He received his M. S. in physics and applied mathematics from Novosibirsk State University (1972) and his Ph.D. and Dr. Sci. in physics and mathematics from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) in 1975 and 1987, respectively. In 1975, he joined the faculty of the Physics Department at MIPT. In 1982, he was employed by the ScientificIndustrial Design Bureau “Molniya,” where he participated (as Lead Designer and Head of Sector) in the design of the Soviet Space Shuttle “Buran.” His responsibilities included prediction of laminarturbulent transition and nonequilibrium heat transfer in reentry flight, specification of tolerances for elements of thermoprotection system, and other aspects of aerothermodynamics relevant to the design of hypersonic vehicles. In 1992, he joined the faculty of TelAviv University. In 2000, he joined the faculty of the University of Arizona. His current research interests include theoretical and computational studies of stability, laminarturbulent transition, and flow control in highspeed flows including real gas effects.
Degrees
 D.S. Physics and Applied Mathematics
 Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russian Federation
 Ph.D. Physics and Applied Mathematics
 Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russian Federation
 M.S. Physics and Applied Mathematics (two degrees)
 Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
Work Experience
 Professor, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona (2000  Ongoing)
 Associate Professor, Tel Aviv University (1993  2002)
 Researcher Fellow, Tel Aviv University (1992  1993)
 Associate Professor, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1990  1992)
 Head of Sector, ScientificIndustrial Design Office (1982  1990)
 Assistant Professor, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1975  1982)
Interests
Teaching
Fluid mechanics, Heat Transfer, Mathematical methods in engineering
Research
Hydrodynamic stability and transition to turbulence in highspeed boundary layers
Courses
Dissertation
MATH 920 (Spring 2019)
MATH 920 (Fall 2018)
Adv Engineering Analysis
AME 500B (Spring 2019)
AME 500A (Fall 2018)
AME 500A (Fall 2017)
AME 500B (Spring 2017)
AME 500A (Fall 2016)
Research
AME 900 (Fall 2018)
MATH 900 (Spring 2018)
AME 900 (Spring 2018)
AME 900 (Fall 2017)
Compressible Fld Dynamic
AME 536C (Fall 2018)
AME 536C (Fall 2016)
Independent Study
MATH 599 (Spring 2018)
AME 599 (Spring 2018)
MATH 599 (Fall 2017)
AME 599 (Spring 2017)
AME 599 (Fall 2016)
Boundary Layers
AME 535 (Fall 2017)
Selected Publications
Journals/Publications
 Fedorov, A. (2017). Receptivity of HighSpeed Boundary Layers to Kinetic Fluctuations. AIAA J, 55(7), 23352348.
 Sivasubramanian, J., Tumin, A., Fasel, H. F., Fasel, H. F., Tumin, A., & Sivasubramanian, J. (2016). The Reynolds Number Effect on Receptivity to a Localized Disturbance in a Hypersonic Boundary Layer. AIAA Paper No. 20164246.
 Tumin, A., & Fedorov, A. (2016). Receptivity of HighSpeed Boundary Layers to Kinetic Fluctuations. AIAA Paper No. 20163191.
 Klentzman, J., & Tumin, A. (2013). Stability and receptivity of high speed boundary layers in oxygen. 43rd Fluid Dynamics Conference.
 Chiquete, C., & Tumin, A. (2012). Stability of detonation in a circular pipe with porous walls. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 370(1960), 668688.
 Klentzman, J., Ulker, E., & Tumin, A. (2012). Projection of the solution of the linearized navierstokes equations in reacting high speed boundary layers onto discrete modes. 42nd AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference and Exhibit 2012.
 Lifshitz, Y., Degani, D., & Tumin, A. (2012). Study of discrete modes branching in highspeed boundary layers. 50th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting Including the New Horizons Forum and Aerospace Exposition.
 Lifshitz, Y., Degani, D., & Tumin, A. (2012). Study of discrete modes branching in highspeed boundary layers. AIAA Journal, 50(10), 22022210.
 Tumin, A., Chiquete, C., & Tumin, A. . (2012). Stability of detonation in a circular pipe with porous walls. Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences, 370(1960).
 Fedorov, A., & Tumin, A. (2011). HighSpeed BoundaryLayer instability: Old terminology and a new framework. AIAA Journal, 49(8), 16471657.
 Rodríguez, D., Tumin, A., & Theofilis, V. (2011). Towards the foundation of a global modes concept. 6th AIAA Theoretical Fluid Mechanics Conference.
 Tumin, A. (2011). The biorthogonal eigenfunction system of linear stability equations: A survey of applications to receptivity problems and to analysis of experimental and computational results. 41st AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference and Exhibit.
 Tumin, A., Wang, X., & Zhong, X. (2011). Numerical simulation and theoretical analysis of perturbations in hypersonic boundary layers. AIAA Journal, 49(3), 463471.
 Fedorov, A., & Tumin, A. (2010). Branching of discrete modes in highspeed boundary layers and terminology issues. 40th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference.
 Shalaev, I., & Tumin, A. (2010). Initialvalue problem for perturbations of idealized detonations in circular pipes. Combustion Theory and Modelling, 14(1), 122.
Proceedings Publications
 Tumin, A. (2018, January). Receptivity to Kinetic Fluctuations: A Multiple Scales Approach. In AIAA SciTech 2018.
 Edwards, L. (2017, 1). Real gas effects on receptivity to kinetic fluctuations. In 55th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting.
 Edwards, L. (2017, 6). Analysis of Receptivity to Kinetic Fluctuations in the ReentryF Flight Experiment. In 47th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference.
 Klentzman, J., & Tumin, A. (2014, September 812). The Second Mode in Highenthalpy Boundary Layers in Chemical nonequilibrium. In IUTAMABCM 8th Symposium on Laminar Turbulent Transition.
Presentations
 Edwards, L. (2017, 11). Receptivity to Kinetic Fluctuations: A Multiple Scales Approach. 70th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics. Dener CO: APS.
 Tumin, A. (2017, 6). HAS OPTIMAL TRANSIENT GROWTH BEEN OBSERVED IN EXPEIMENTS?. AIAA FDTC Transition Discussion Group Open Forum. Denver CO: AIAA.
 Tumin, A. (2017, 7). Real gas effects on sound radiation by unstable modes in hypersonic boundary layers. ONR Contractors meeting. NASA, Langley VA: ONR.
 Tumin, A. (2016, July). Kinetic Fluctuations and Their Role in LaminarTurbulent Transition of BoundaryLayer Flows. AFOSR Contractors meeting. Arlington, VA.
 Tumin, A. (2016, October). Kinetic Fluctuations and Their Role in LaminarTurbulent Transition of BoundaryLayer Flows. AME Seminar. Tucson.
 Tumin, A., & Edwards, L. D. (2016, June). Real gas effects on receptivity to kinetic fluctuations. AIAA FDTC Transition Discussion Group Open Forum. Washington, DC: AIAA.
 Tumin, A., & Edwards, L. D. (2016, November). Real Gas Effects on Receptivity to kinetic fluctuations. the 69th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics..
 Tumin, A., & Klentzman, J. (2014, January 15). The Second Mode in Highenthalpy Boundary Layers in Chemical Nonequilibrium. FDTC Transition Discussion Group Open Forum. National Harbor, MD.
 Tumin, A., & Klentzman, J. (2014, June 1520). The Second Mode in Highenthalpy Boundary Layers in Chemical Nonequilibrium. 17th US National Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.