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Publications T&I et posters doctorants

La liste des publications de l’équipe peut être obtenue à partir de la base de publications du LMFA. Ci-dessous nos publications récentes en images. Retrouvez toutes nos publications du quinquennal en 2019 et 2020, ainsi que celles du précédent quinquennal

Découvrez également les posters didactiques réalisés par nos étudiants de 2ème année pendant le confinement.

Turbulence modelling analysis in a corner separation flow

Article dans Computers & Fluids (2020)

Turbulence modelling analysis in a corner separation flow

Jean-François Monier, Feng Gao, Jérôme Boudet & Liang Shao

This paper studies RANS turbulence modelling for a linear compressor cascade corner separation flow, using large-eddy simulation results as reference. The Boussinesq and the quadratic (...)

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Production and dissipation of kinetic energy in grid turbulence

Article dans Phys. Rev. Fluids (2020)

Production and dissipation of kinetic energy in grid turbulence

Wouter Bos

In grid turbulence, not so far behind the grid, an average flow can be observed with a close to sinusoidal velocity profile, corresponding to the wakes behind the grid bars. The kinetic energy of (...)

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Restricted optimal paths to transition in a plane Couette flow

Article dans Eur. J. Mech. B-Fluids (2021)

Restricted optimal paths to transition in a plane Couette flow

Frédéric Alizard, Lionel Le Penven, Anne Cadiou, Bastien Di Pierro & Marc Buffat

Edge states using RNL simulation for a plane Couette flow (streamwise velocity component) :
To identify laminar/turbulent transition paths in plane Couette flow, a variational formulation (...)

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Generation of Atmospheric Turbulence with Unprecedentedly Large Reynolds Number in a Wind Tunnel

Article dans Phys. Rev. Letters (2020)

Generation of Atmospheric Turbulence with Unprecedentedly Large Reynolds Number in a Wind Tunnel

Lars Neuhaus, Michael Hölling, Wouter Bos & Joachim Peinke

Generating laboratory flows resembling atmospheric turbulence is of prime importance to study the effect of wind fluctuations on objects such as buildings, vehicles, or wind turbines. A novel (...)

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Linearly forced isotropic turbulence at low Reynolds numbers

Article dans Phys. Rev. E (2020)

Linearly forced isotropic turbulence at low Reynolds numbers

Wouter Bos, Faouzi Laadhari & Wesley Agoua

The forcing strength needed to sustain a flow using linear forcing is investigated. A critical Reynolds number $R_c$ is determined, based on the longest wavelength allowed by the system, the (...)

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Model for classical and ultimate regimes of radiatively driven turbulent convection

Article dans J. Fluid Mech. (2020)

Model for classical and ultimate regimes of radiatively driven turbulent convection

Mathieu Creyssels

In a standard Rayleigh–Bénard experiment, a layer of fluid is confined between two horizontal plates and the convection regime is controlled by the temperature difference between the hot lower (...)

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Numerical study of natural convection and acoustic waves using the lattice Boltzmann method

Article dans Heat Transfer (2020)

Numerical study of natural convection and acoustic waves using the lattice Boltzmann method

Jaouad Benhamou, Mohammed Jami, Ahmed Mezrhab, Valéry Botton & Daniel Henry

In this paper, the lattice Boltzmann method is used to study the acoustic waves propagation inside a differentially heated square enclosure filled with air. The waves are generated by a point (...)

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Reducing the background anisotropy by using hexagonal Fourier transform in two-dimensional turbulent flows

Article dans Computers & Fluids (2020)

Reducing the background anisotropy by using hexagonal Fourier transform in two-dimensional turbulent flows

J. Chai, Le Fang & Jean-Pierre Bertoglio

The two-dimensional hexagonal Fourier transform is introduced to reduce the background anisotropy in the numerical calculations with periodic conditions. Comparing to traditional Fourier (...)

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In situ analysis and visualization of massively parallel simulations of transitional and turbulent flows

Article dans J. of Physics : Conf. Series (2020)

In situ analysis and visualization of massively parallel simulations of transitional and turbulent flows

Anne Cadiou, Marc Buffat, Christophe Pera, Bastien Di Pierro, Frédéric Alizard & Lionel Le Penven

The increase of computational resources with the generalization of massively parallel supercomputers benefits to various fields of physics among which turbulence and fluid mechanics, making it (...)

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Mixing of non-Newtonian inelastic fluid in a turbulent patch of T-junction

Article dans J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. (2020)

Mixing of non-Newtonian inelastic fluid in a turbulent patch of T-junction

Haining Luo, Alexandre Delache & Serge Simoëns

In this paper, we present result from a direct numerical simulation (DNS) of turbulent flow in a converging T-junction for both Newtonian (water) and non-Newtonian inelastic fluid (dilute Xanthan (...)

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 Kolmogorovian active turbulence of a sparse assembly of interacting Marangoni surfers

Article dans Phys. Rev. X (2020)

Kolmogorovian active turbulence of a sparse assembly of interacting Marangoni surfers

Mickaël Bourgoin, Ronan Kervil, Cécile Cottin-Bizonne, Florence Raynal, Romain Volk & Christophe Ybert

Active matter, composed of self-propelled entities, forms a wide class of out-of-equilibrium systems that display striking collective behaviors, among which, the so-called active turbulence where (...)

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Transition from non-swirling to swirling axisymmetric turbulence

Article dans Phys. Rev. Fluids (2020)

Transition from non-swirling to swirling axisymmetric turbulence

Zecong Qin, Hugues Faller, Bérengère Dubrulle, Aurore Naso & Wouter Bos

Strictly axisymmetric turbulence, i.e., turbulence governed by the Navier-Stokes equations modified such that the flow is invariant in the azimuthal direction, is a system intermediate between (...)

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