This group's research covers a wide spectrum of topics in fluid dynamics.
It covers vortex dynamics and turbulence, including basic problems of the Navier-Stokes equations, differential geometric characterisation of Lagrangian stability and possible singularity formation in Euler flows.
The group also has interests in engineering fluid dynamics, particularly in microfluidic rheology and in interfacial flows, including the Marangoni effect. Acoustic waves - for example, digitised speech patterns - are also studied.
- Microbubble Cloud Generation, EPSRC
- Efficient capture of the dominant periodic orbits underlying turbulent fluid flow
- Statistics of fluid turbulence and operational calculus, EPSRC
- Optimisation in fluid mechanics, EPSRC
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