New Directions in Turbulence 2012

SCIENTIFIC CONTENT This six-week program (12 March 2012 to 20 April 2012) will focus on recent development in the understanding of fluid dynamics turbulence with the goal to identify promising breakthrough directions. From the point of view of theoretical physics, turbulence is a classical field theory, out of equilibrium and in a strong coupling  regime. Turbulence is one […]

Particles in Turbulence 2012

Aim & Description The goal of the workshop is to bring together scientists working in the fundamental physics of particle transport in turbulence and related phenomena. The idea is to focus on a short but intense period (the workshop is organized over 3 full days) and to bring together scientists working on: experimental, numerical, theoretical […]

Particles in complex flows 2012

The transport, distribution and collisions of particles in turbulent flows is of fundamental interest, as well as being present in a variety of engineering and naturally occurring flows. Examples of related scientific challenges include rain formation in clouds, pollution dispersion in the atmosphere, emission reduction in combustion and plankton population dynamics. In such flows, particle […]

3T380 - Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics

Quick links: [Link to course schedule] [Link to lecture notes] [Link to additional books and material] [Link to exercises] [Link to possible individual assignments] The 3T380 course provides an introduction to advanced computational methods useful to investigate fluid flows from the micro to the macro-scales under laminar and turbulent flow regime. The course will present an overview of several complementary computational methods. […]