[19] Youn J. Kang and Yeunwoo Cho, 2019, “Gravity–capillary jet-like surface waves generated by an underwater bubble”, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 866, 841–864.
[18] Jaeho Chung and Yeunwoo Cho, 2018, “Ventilated supercavitation around a moving body in a still fluid: Observation and drag measurement”, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 854, 367–419. (*Selected as the journal's front cover: Click!)
[17] Yeunwoo Cho, 2018, “Long-time behavior of three-dimensional gravity-capillary solitary waves on deep water generated by a moving air-blowing forcing: Numerical study”, Physical Review E, 98, 033107.
[16] J. Park, G. Destgeer, H. Kim, Y. Cho, and H. J. Sung, 2018, “In-droplet microparticle washing and enrichment using surface acoustic wave-driven acoustic radiation force”, Lab on a Chip , 18, 2936–2945.
[15] Yeunwoo Cho, 2018, “Stability of gravity–capillary solitary waves on shallow water based on the fifth-order Kadomtsev-Petviashvili (KP) equation”, Physical Review E, 98, 012213.
[14] Beomchan Park and Yeunwoo Cho, 2018, “Two-dimensional gravity–capillary solitary waves on deep water: Generation and transverse instability”, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 834, 92–124.
[13] Gibbeum Lee and Yeunwoo Cho, 2018, “Semi-analytical Karhunen-Loeve representation of irregular waves based on the prolate spheroidal wave functions”, Journal of Computational Physics, 352, 172–189.
[12] Sunghyuk Im, Sung Goon Park, Yeunwoo Cho, Hyung Jin Sung, 2018, "Schooling behavior of rigid and flexible heaving foils", International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 69, 224–233.
[11] Donghyeong Ko and Yeunwoo Cho, 2017, “A laboratory experiment on the surface and internal waves in two-layered fluids”, Ocean Engineering, 146, 257–267.
[10] Beomchan Park and Yeunwoo Cho, 2016, “Experimental observation of gravity–capillary solitary waves generated by a moving air-suction”, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 808, 168–188.
[9] Dong Min Shin and Yeunwoo Cho, 2016, "Diffraction of waves past two vertical thin plates on the free surface: a comparison of theory and experiment", Ocean Engineering, 124, 274–286.
[8] Yeunwoo Cho, 2015, "A modified Petviashvili method using simple stabilizing factors to compute solitary waves", Journal of Engineering Mathematics, 91(1), 37–57.
[7] Yeunwoo Cho, 2014, "Computation of steady gravity–capillary waves on deep water based on the pseudo-arclength continuation method", Computers & Fluids, 96, 253–263.
[6] Yeunwoo Cho, James D. Diorio, T. R. Akylas and James H. Duncan, 2011, "Resonantly forced gravity–capillary lumps on deep water. Part2. Theoretical Model", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 672, 288–306.
[5] James D. Diorio, Yeunwoo Cho, James H. Duncan and T. R. Akylas, 2011, "Resonantly forced gravity–capillary lumps on deep water. Part1. Experiments", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 672, 268–287.
[4] James Diorio, Yeunwoo Cho, James H. Duncan and T. R. Akylas, 2009, "Gravity-capillary lumps generated by a moving pressure source", Physical Review Letters, 103, 214502.
[3] Yeunwoo Cho and T. R. Akylas, 2009, "Forced waves near resonance at a phase-speed minimum", Studies in Applied Mathematics, 123, 1–15.
[2] T. R. Akylas and Yeunwoo Cho, 2008, "On the stability of lumps and wave collapse in water waves", Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A-Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 366, 2761–2744.
[1] Yeunwoo Cho and Tian Tian, 2004, "Modeling Engine Oil Vaporization and Transport of the Oil Vapor in the Piston Ring Pack of Internal Combustion Engine", SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) Technical paper, 2004-01-2912.