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Publications T&I 2020

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Partitioning Waves and Eddies in Stably Stratified Turbulence

Article in Atmosphere (2020)

Partitioning Waves and Eddies in Stably Stratified Turbulence

Henri Lam, Alexandre Delache & Fabien Godeferd

We consider the separation of motion related to internal gravity waves and eddy dynamics in stably stratified flows obtained by direct numerical simulations. The waves’ dispersion relation links (...)

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Numerical study of extreme mechanical force exerted by a turbulent flow on a bluff body by direct and rare-event sampling techniques

Article in J. Fluid Mech. (2020)

Numerical study of extreme mechanical force exerted by a turbulent flow on a bluff body by direct and rare-event sampling techniques

Thibault Lestang, Freddy Bouchet & Emmanuel Lévêque

This study investigates, by means of numerical simulations, extreme mechanical force exerted by a turbulent flow impinging on a bluff body, and examines the relevance of two distinct rare-event (...)

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

Article in 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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Single-particle Lagrangian statistics from direct numerical simulations of rotating-stratified turbulence

Article in Phys. Rev. Fluids (2020)

Single-particle Lagrangian statistics from direct numerical simulations of rotating-stratified turbulence

Dhawal Buaria, Alain Pumir, Fabio Feraco, Raffaele Marino, Annick Pouquet, Duane Rosenberg & Leonardo Primavera

Geophysical fluid flows are predominantly turbulent and often strongly affected by the Earth’s rotation, as well as by stable density stratification. Using direct numerical simulations of forced (...)

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Transition from non-swirling to swirling axisymmetric turbulence

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

Article in 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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Corrosion of T91 and pure iron in flowing and static Pb-Bi alloy between 450 °C and 540 °C: experiments, modelling and mechanism

Article in Corrosion Science (2020)

Corrosion of T91 and pure iron in flowing and static Pb-Bi alloy between 450 °C and 540 °C: experiments, modelling and mechanism

L. Martinelli, K. Ginestar, V. Botton,C. Delisle & F. Balbaud-Célérier

T91 (Fe-9Cr steel) and pure iron were corroded in pure dissolution domain in liquid lead bismuth eutectic (LBE) from 450 to 540 °C in static and in dynamic LBE flow. The modelling showed that (...)

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Model for classical and ultimate regimes of radiatively driven turbulent convection

Article in 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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Linearly forced isotropic turbulence at low Reynolds numbers

Article in 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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The role of velocity derivative skewness in understanding non-equilibrium turbulence

Article in Chinese Physics B (2020)

The role of velocity derivative skewness in understanding non-equilibrium turbulence

Feng Liu, Le Fang & Liang Shao

The turbulence governed by the Navier–Stokes equation is paramount in many physical processes. However, it has been considered as a challenging problem due to its inherent nonlinearity, (...)

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