For examples of past IP projects, please visit the Research Group page and click on the links next to the names of MEng students in order to see their posters.
D1. Adjoint-based data-assimilation of 3D time-averaged flows
D2. State-observer assimilation of time-averaged flows
D3. Reconstruction of flows using resolvent analysis and data assimilation
(see Symon et al. JFM 2019, Symon et al. AIAA J. 2020)
D4. Adjoint-based data-assimilation of 2D time-averaged flows
(see Symon et al. Exp. Fluids 2017)
W1. On the use of eddy viscosity modelling in resolvent analysis of turbulent channel flow
W2. Energy transfer in turbulent channel flows and implications for resolvent modelling
(see Symon et al. JFM 2021)
W3. Coherent structures from the impulse response of the linearised Navier-Stokes equations
(see Vadarevu et al. JFM 2019)
R1. Triadic interactions and energy transfer in a stalled airfoil
R2. Triadic interactions and energy transfer mechanisms in the cylinder wake
(see Rosenberg et al. PRF 2019 and Jin et al. PRF 2021)
R3. Non-normality in stability and resolvent analysis
(see Symon et al. PRF 2018)
S1. Superhydrophobic macro-textures (see Gauthier et al. Nat. Commun. 2015)
S2. Bouncing Drops (see Carmigniani et al. Exp. Therm. Fluid Sci 2014)
Left: Drop impacting a superhydrophobic wire flush with a superhydrophobic plate.
Top Right: Drop recoiling off a superhydrophobic wire.
Top Left: Drop being split by a superhydrophobic wire.
The hydrophobocity, impact velocity, and size of the drop delineate various regimes of behavior.