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Fluid Dynamics Seminars, Summer 2009

Fluid Dynamics Seminar

Fluid Dynamics Research Centre

University of Warwick

Summer Term 2009

Unless indicated otherwise all seminars are on

Wednesdays 4:15 pm
in
Room A206a, School of Engineering

 



April 29th: CAN WE PRODUCE VERY INTENSE TURBULENCE WITH LITTLE DISSIPATION?
Prof. Christos Vassilicos (Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College, London)

May 20th: LONG-LIVED STRUCTURES IN TURBULENT WALL-BOUNDED AND SEPARATED FLOWS
Dr Sylvain Lardeau (Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College, London)

May 27th: THE PHYSICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL MODELLING OF DILUTE GAS-PARTICLE FLOWS (Abstract)
Prof. John Young (Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge)

June 3rd: VORTEX RINGS AND BACKGROUND ROTATION
Mark Brend (School of Engineering, University of Warwick)

June 17th: TSUNAMIS IN THE WORLD AND THEIR MODELLING
Prof. Efim Pelinovsky (Department of Nonlinear Geophysical Processes, Institute of Applied Physics, Russia)

July 29th: INLET BOUNDARY CONDITIONS FOR SPATIALLY DEVELOPING LES (Abstract)
Dr James Jewkes (School of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Curtin University of Technology, Australia)