Jason S. Howell  


Jason S. Howell
Assistant Professor  
Department of Mathematics
College of Charleston

Office: Robert Scott Small Building (RSS) 357

Postal Mail: Department of Mathematics
College of Charleston
66 George Street
Charleston, SC 29424

Courier (UPS/FedEx): Department of Mathematics
College of Charleston
175 Calhoun Street
Robert Scott Small Building, Room 339
Charleston, SC 29401

Phone: (843) 953-1016
Fax: (843) 953-1410

howelljs at cofc dot edu

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  • Some projects my students have worked on in courses I have taught.

Plot of the magnitude of the velocity (upper left) and axial component (x-direction) of the stress (upper right) of a steady viscoelastic fluid flow in a simple planar channel with an enlargement (motivated by a simple model of a small arterial aneurysm).  This component of the stress is the most pronounced at the entrance and exit of the enlargement.  The magnitude of the shear stress (below) of the viscoelastic fluid along the upper wall is significantly different than that of a Newtonian fluid, despite having an almost identical velocity field.







Contact Info: Jason S Howell; 
Department of Mathematics;
College of Charleston; 66 George Street; Charleston, SC 29424;
843-953-1016 (office); 843-953-1410 (fax); 

email: howelljs at cofc dot edu

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