Seminar Series: Fall 2004

September 17, 2004
Dr. Werner Dahm (University of Michigan)
“True Turbulence: Towards a Physically-Based Model of Turbulent Flows”

September 24, 2004
(No Seminar)

October 1, 2004
Dr. Patricia Tester (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
“Fine Scale Physical Measurements and Biological Productivity: A Handsome Marriage”

October 8, 2004
Dr. Paul Dimotakis (California Institute of Technology)
“Progress On Growth and Mixing of Rayleigh-Taylor Instability Flows”

October 15, 2004
Dr. Daniel Anderson (George Mason University)
“On Gravity Currents in Heterogeneous Porous Media”

October 22, 2004
Dr. Mark Grosenbaugh (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
“Vortex Ring Formation in the Presence of Background Flow with Implications for Squid Propulsion”

October 29, 2004
Dr. R.T. Guza (Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
“Field Observations of Alongshore Currents in the Surf Zone: A Review

November 5, 2004
Prof. Jaal Ghandi (University of Wisconsin–Madison)
“Spray Mixing in Internal Combustion Engines”

November 11th (Special Seminar)
Dr. Robert Ecke (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
“Experiments on 2D Turbulence”

November 12, 2004
Dr. Chenning Tong (Clemson University)
“Experimental Study of Subgrid-Scale Turbulent Mixing”

November 19, 2004
Dr. Assad Oberai (Boston University)
“Dynamic Closure of Subgrid Models in Fluid Mechanics”

December 3, 2004
Dr. Fabrice Veron (University of Delaware)
“Wind Generated Mixing and Turbulence at the Surface of Natural Water Bodies”

December 10, 2004
Dr. Mosen Badiey (University of Delaware)
“Acoustic Intensity Fluctuations in Shallow Water with Internal Waves”

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