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Publications T&I 2020

Effect of high frequency vibrations on PV silicon purification

Article dans Journal of crystal growth (2020)

Effect of high frequency vibrations on PV silicon purification

Samia Bouarab, Faiza Mokhtari, Slim Kaddeche, Daniel Henry, Valéry Botton, Abdessamed Medelfef

Silicon purification for photovoltaic applications is a crucial challenge to improve the energy production performance of solar panels. In the present work, we focus on the metallurgical grade (...)

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Smoke control in tunnel with a transverse ventilation system : An experimental study

Article dans Building and Environment (2020)

Smoke control in tunnel with a transverse ventilation system : An experimental study

Fateh Chaabat, Pietro Salizzoni, Mathieu Creyssels, Antoine Mos, Joy Wingrave, Horacio Correia, Massimo Marro

We carried out a series of experiments in a small-scale tunnel to study the confinement of smoke flow between two exhaust vents located on either side of a buoyant source placed at ground level (...)

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The turbulent Faraday instability in miscible fluids

Article dans J. Fluid. Mech. (2020)

The turbulent Faraday instability in miscible fluids

Antoine Briard, Louis Gostiaux & Benoît-Joseph Gréa

Experiments of a turbulent mixing zone created by the Faraday instability at the statically stable interface between salt and fresh water are presented. The two-layer system, contained in a (...)

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Nonlinear Effects on the Precessional Instability in Magnetized Turbulence

Article dans Atmosphere (2020)

Nonlinear Effects on the Precessional Instability in Magnetized Turbulence

Abdelaziz Salhi, Amor Khlifi & Claude Cambon

By means of direct numerical simulations (DNS), we study the impact of an imposed uniform magnetic field on precessing magnetohydrodynamic homogeneous turbulence with a unit magnetic Prandtl (...)

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Importance of fluid inertia for the orientation of spheroids settling in turbulent flow

Article dans J. Fluid. Mech. (2020)

Importance of fluid inertia for the orientation of spheroids settling in turbulent flow

Muhammad Zubair Sheikh, Kristian Gustavsson, Diego Lopez, Emmanuel Lévêque, Bernhard Mehlig, Alain Pumir & Aurore Naso

How non-spherical particles orient as they settle in a flow has important practical implications in a number of scientific and engineering problems. In a quiescent fluid, a slowly settling (...)

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