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Séminaires internes

Des séminaires internes informels (20 min de présentation, habituellement jeudi à 13h) sont régulièrement organisés dans l’équipe.

Pour des infos ou demandes, envoyer un courriel à : Eletta Negretti.

Prochains séminaires :

- 2018/02/08 - Jorge Silvestrini - Linear stability analysis of particle-laden hypopycnal plumes

La liste plus complète des séminaires à venir et passés :

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Linear stability analysis of particle-laden hypopycnal plumes

08/02/2018 - Jorge Hugo Silvestrini
Gravity-driven riverine outflows are responsible for carrying sediments to the coastal waters. The turbulent mixing in these flows is associated with shear (...)

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3D numerical simulations of flows over curved boundaries

02/02/2018 - Jérémie Dagaut Gravity currents have a key role in the oceanic and atmospheric circulation processes. They often occur on surfaces with complex topography. In the present study, (...)

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2D Numerical simulations of stratified turbulence

12/01/18 - Miguel Calpe-Linares
Most geophysical flows occur in density stratified environments such as oceans and atmosphere. Due to the vertical stratification, motions in the direction of (...)

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Undular bore dynamics in river-like channels

15/12/17 - Remi Chassagne
The formation and the dynamics of undular bores in open channel are investigated using a two dimensional depth integrated model containing dispersive terms. First the (...)

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Part II A fluctuation-dissipation relation for the ocean subject to turbulent atmospheric forcing

07/12/17 - Achim Wirth
We establish the fluctuation-dissipation relation for a turbulent fluid layer (ocean) subject to frictional forcing by a superposed lighter fluid layer (atmosphere), (...)

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A fluctuation-dissipation relation for the ocean subject to turbulent atmospheric forcing

23/11/17 - Achim Wirth
We establish the fluctuation-dissipation relation for a turbulent fluid layer (ocean) subject to frictional forcing by a superposed lighter fluid layer (atmosphere), (...)

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Dense water plume on sediment bed

09/11/17 - Antoine Martin
Gravity currents (GC) are key processes that affect atmospheric, ocean and coastal circulation. Modeling of gravity currents mainly rely on classical studies made on (...)

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Spatially developing gravity currents

05/10/17 - Eletta Negretti
Gravity currents often occur on complex topographies and are therefore subject to spatial development. We present experimental results on continuously supplied gravity (...)

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Two-phase flow simulations of scour below submarine pipelines

19/09/17 - Antoine Mathieu
Scour around structures is a major engineering issue that requires a detailed description of the flow field as well as sediment transport processes. Due to enhanced (...)

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Influence de la turbulence sur la vitesse de sédimentation et conséquences sur les modèles de suspension

09/12/2016
Thibaud Revil-Baudard
Dans la littérature, l’influence de la turbulence sur la vitesse de chute des particules solides a largement été mise en évidence. En fonction des propriétés des (...)

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