1. Molecular mixing via jets in confined volumes, R. E. Breidenthal, V. R. Buonadonna, and M. F. Weisbach 1990 JFM 219 531.
  2. The effect of acceleration on turbulent entrainment, R. E. Breidenthal 2008 Physica Scripta T132 014001.
  3. Relaminarization using stationary vortices, O. R. Dawson, M. Bauer, G. J. Balle, R. E. Breidenthal 2014 UW Aeronautics & Astronautics Report 2014-1.
  4. Chemically-reacting, transverse plume, P. Ranjan, K. Perez, T. Alvarado, B. Potter, and R. E. Breidenthal, 2014 UW Aeronautics & Astronautics Report 2014-2.
  5. Super-exponential magnetic confinement, R. E. Breidenthal, 2014, UW Aeronautics & Astronautics Report 2014-3.
  6. Characteristics of an airfoil with stationary vortices, P. Ranjan and R. E. Breidenthal, 2014 International Journal of Emerging multidisciplinary Fluid Sciences, in press.
  7. Elements of entrainment, R.E. Breidenthal 2006 Turbulencia, Escola de Primavera em Transicao e Turbulencia, ed. A.P. Silva Freire, A. Ilha, and R.E. Breidenthal, ABCM, Rio de Janeiro, 5(2) 205-221.
  8. Addressing complexity in laboratory experiments: The scaling of dilute multiphase flows in magmatic systems, A. Burgisser, G.W. Bergantz, & R.E. Breidenthal 2005 Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 141 245-265.
  9. The Vortex as a Clock, R.E. Breidenthal, 2003 Advances in Fluid Mechanics, M. Alam, R. Govindarajan, O.N. Ramesh, & K.R. Sreenivas Eds., Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore, India.
  10. Turbulent stratified entrainment and a new parameter for surface fluxes R.E. Breidenthal, Recent Res. Devel. Geophysics, 2 (1999): 61-65
  11. Sonic Eddy Model of the Turbulent Boundary Layer
  12. Stationary vortices and persistent turbulence in Karman grooves , G.J. Balle & R.E. Breidenthal 2002 Journal of Turbulence, 3 33-51.
  13. Non-stationary entrainment and tunneling eruptions: A dynamic template for eruption processes and magma mixing, G.W. Bergantz & R.E. Breidenthal 2001 Geophysical Research Letters 28 3075-3078.
  14. Structure, penetration, and mixing of pulsed jets in crossflow, A. Eroglu and R.E. Breidenthal 2001 AIAA J. 39(3) 417-423.
  15. Vortex persistence - A recent model for stratified entrainment and its application to geophysical flows, A.J. Cotel & R.E. Breidenthal 1999 Geophysical Flows, Klewer.
  16. Turbulent stratified entrainment and a new parameter for surface fluxes, R.E. Breidenthal 1999 Recent Research Developments in Geophysical Research, ed. S.G. Pandalai, Research Signpost, Trivandrum, India, August 1999.