UKFN Videos 31/7/18

Created: 2018-08-06 10:37
Institution: Department of Engineering
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Interfacial waves in the two-layer rotating annulus

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The rotating annulus is a useful analogue of Earth's mid-latitude atmosphere. Here, two immiscible layers are used to represent stratification. Internal interfacial waves develop...

Collection: UKFN Videos 31/7/18

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Mon 6 Aug 2018


Super-hydrophobic sphere impacting a water surface: experiment and simulation

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Experimental high-speed video (left) of the impact of a superhydrophobic sphere (diameter 1.59 mm) onto the free surface of a quiescent water bath, compared with the results of...

Collection: UKFN Videos 31/7/18

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Mon 6 Aug 2018


Flow Separation Control by Active Wall Actuation Control

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This video shows the evolution of turbulent coherent structures in flow past a rounded ramp with active wall actuation. The spanwise alternately suppressed and enhanced local...

Collection: UKFN Videos 31/7/18

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Mon 6 Aug 2018


Droplet splashing on super-hydrophobic substrate (Experiment or Simulation?)

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A numerical simulation of droplet splashing on a super-hydrophobic substrate. The numerical method is based on CLSVOF, VSIAM3, CIP-CSL scheme, density-scaled balanced CSF model.

Collection: UKFN Videos 31/7/18

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Mon 6 Aug 2018


Fluttering and Autorotation: Motion patterns

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This video shows motion patterns of two phenomena, i.e. fluttering and autorotation, which are induced by vortices on a structure with non-circular section. Oscillatory rotation...

Collection: UKFN Videos 31/7/18

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Mon 6 Aug 2018


Psychedelic Buoyancy

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This video aims at presenting artistically the beauty of turbulent buoyant flows evolution in time and space. We will be using visualisation methods to present plumes, gravity...

Collection: UKFN Videos 31/7/18

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Mon 6 Aug 2018