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Christophe Brun    

Christophe Brun

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Barral, H., Genthon, C., Trouvilliez, A., Brun, C., & Amory, C. (2014). Blowing snow in coastal Adelie Land, Antarctica: three atmospheric-moisture issues. The Cryosphere, 8(5), 1905–1919.
Barral, H., Vignon, E., Bazile, E., Traullé, O., Gallée, H., Genthon, C., et al. (2014). SUMMER DIURNAL CYCLE AT DOME C ON THE ANTARTIC PLATEAU. In 21st Symposium on Boundary Layer and Turbulence. Leeds, United Kingdom.


Brun, C., & Goossens, T. (2008). 3D coherent vortices in the turbulent near wake of a square cylinder. Comptes Rendus Mécanique, 336(4), 363–369.
Brun, C., Aubrun, S., Goossens, T., & Ravier, P. (2008). Coherent structures and their frequency signature in the separated shear layer on the sides of a square cylinder. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, 81, 97–114.
Brun, C., Balarac, G., Da Silva, C. B., & Métais, O. (2008). Effects of molecular diffusion on the subgrid-scale modeling of passive sclars. Physics of Fluids, 20, 025102.
Brun, C., Boiarciuc, M., Haberkorn, M., & Comte, P. (2008). Large Eddy Simulation of compressible channel flow. Arguments in favour of universality of compressible turbulent wall bounded flows. Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics, 22(2), 1–25.
Manhart, M., Peller, N., & Brun, C. (2008). A priori tests on DNS of channel flow with periodic hill constrictions and DNS of separating boundary layer. Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics, 22(4), 243–260.


Brun, C., Friedrich, R., & Da Silva, C. B. (2006). A non-linear SGS model based on the spatial velocity increment. Application to LES of fully developed pipe flow and round turbulent jet. Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics, 20(1), 1–21.


Brun, C., Tenchine, D., & Hopfinger, E. (2004). Role of the shear layer instability in the near wake behaviour of two side by side circular cylinders. Experiments in Fluids, 36, 334–343.


Brun, C., & Friedrich, R. (2001). Modeling the test SGS tensor Tij: An issue in the dynamic approach. Physics of Fluids, 13(8), 2373–2385.