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Publications

Refereed

  1. Khurom Kiyani, PhD Thesis (2004), University of Edinburgh link
    • An assessment of renormalization methods in the statistical theory of isotropic turbulence
  2. K. Kiyani and W. D. McComb, Phys. Rev. E 70, 066303 (2004) link
    • Time-ordered fluctuation-dissipation relation for incompressible isotropic turbulence
  3. W. D. McComb and K. Kiyani, Phys. Rev. E 72, 016309 (2005) link, arXiv preprint
    • Eulerian spectral closures for isotropic turbulence using a time-ordered fluctuation dissipation relation
  4. K. Kiyani, S. C. Chapman and B. Hnat, Phys. Rev. E 74, 051122 (2006) link, arXiv preprint
    • Extracting the scaling exponents of a self-affine, non-Gaussian process from a finite-length time series
  5. K. Kiyani, S. C. Chapman, B. Hnat and R. M. Nicol, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 211101 (2007) link, arXiv preprint
    • Self-Similar Signature of the Active Solar Corona within the Inertial Range of Solar-Wind Turbulence
  6. B. Hnat, S. C. Chapman, K. Kiyani, G. Rowlands, N. W. Watkins, Geophys. Res. Lett. 34, L15108 (2007) link
    • On the fractal nature of the magnetic field energy density in the solar wind
  7. K. H. Kiyani, S. C. Chapman and N. W. Watkins, Phys. Rev. E 79, 036109 (2009) link, arXiv preprint
    • Pseudononstationarity in the scaling exponents of finite-interval time series
  8. K. H. Kiyani, S. C. Chapman, Yu. V. Khotyaintsev, M. W. Dunlop and F. Sahraoui, Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 075006 (2009) link, arXiv preprint
    • Global scale-invariant dissipation in collisionless plasma turbulence
  9. K. H. Kiyani, S. C. Chapman, F. Sahraoui, B. Hnat, O. Fauvarque, and Yu. V. Khotyaintsev, ApJ 763(1), 10 (2013) link, arXiv preprint

    • Enhanced magnetic compressibility and isotropic scale invariance at sub-ion Larmor scales in solar wind turbulence

Conferences & meetings

  1. W. D. McComb and K. Kiyani, Proc. 10th European Turbulence Conference (2004), Trondheim, Norway
    • Presentation:Conditional mode elimination and the development of spectral subgrid models
  2. W. D. McComb and K. Kiyani, 1st General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (2004), Nice, France
    • Poster: Conditional mode elimination and the development of spectral subgrid models
  3. W. D. McComb and K. Kiyani, 17th Annual Scottish Fluid Mechanics meeting (2004), Glasgow, UK
    • Presentation:The application of renormalized iterative averaging to spectral subgrid models of passive scalar transport
  4. K. Kiyani, Invited talk at the British Antarctic Survey (2006), Cambridge, UK
    • Presentation: Extracting scaling information and identifying self-affine and multifractal processes in finite length time-series
  5. K. Kiyani, MIST Autumn meeting (2006), London, UK
    • Presentation: Identifying fractality in solar wind turbulence as seen by WIND
  6. K. Kiyani, S. C. Chapman and B. Hnat, American Geophysical Union Fall meeting (2006), San Francisco, USA
    • Poster: A method for extracting the scaling exponents of a self-affine, non-Gaussian process from a finite length timeseries
  7. K. Kiyani and W. D. McComb, First IMS Turbulence Conference (2007), Imperial College London, UK
    • Presentation: Markovianized Single-time Local Energy Transfer: A K41 compatible Eulerian spectral closure for isotropic turbulence with no tuning parameters
  8. K. Kiyani, S. C. Chapman, B. Hnat and R. M. Nicol, RAS National Astronomy Meeting (2007), Preston, UK
    • Poster: Self-similar signature of the active solar corona within the inertial range of solar wind turbulence
  9. K. Kiyani, S. C. Chapman and B. Hnat, StatPhys 23 (2007), Genoa, Italy
    • Poster: Conditioning of data outiers to identify and obtain the scaling behaviour of statistically self-similar and multifractal non-Gaussian processes from finite length time-series
  10. K. Kiyani, S.C. Chapman and B. Hnat, British Antarctic Survey, Natural Complexity (2007), Clare College Cambridge, UK
    • Presentation & Poster: Outliers and their effects on the scaling of self-affine and multifractal stochatic processes