Imperial College London

Dr Maarten van Reeuwijk

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Reader in Environmental Fluid Mechanics
 
 
 
//

Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 6059m.vanreeuwijk Website

 
 
//

Assistant

 

Miss Rebecca Naessens +44 (0)20 7594 5990

 
//

Location

 

331Skempton BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

//

Summary

 

Publications

Publication Type
Year
to

53 results found

Lari KS, Van Reeuwijk M, Maksimovic C, 2012, Geometry effects in rough wall turbulent mass transfer, 7th International Symposium on Turbulence Heat and Mass Transfer (THMT), Publisher: BEGELL HOUSE, INC, Pages: 1709-1714

CONFERENCE PAPER

van Reeuwijk M, Sookhak Lari K, 2012, Asymptotic Solutions for turbulent mass transfer at high Schmidt number, PROC ROY SOC A

JOURNAL ARTICLE

van Reeuwijk M, 2011, A mimetic mass, momentum and energy conserving discretization for the shallow water equations, COMPUTERS & FLUIDS, Vol: 46, Pages: 411-416, ISSN: 0045-7930

JOURNAL ARTICLE

van Reeuwijk M, Hunt GR, Jonker HJJ, 2011, Direct simulation of turbulent entrainment due to a plume impinging on a density interface

CONFERENCE PAPER

Sookhak Lari K, van Reeuwijk M, Maksimovic C, 2011, Combined bulk and wall reactions in turbulent pipe flow: decay coefficients and concentration profiles, J HYDROINF, Vol: 13, Pages: 324-333

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Sookhak Lari K, van Reeuwijk M, Maksimovic C, 2010, Simplified Numerical and Analytical Approach for Solutes in Turbulent Flow Reacting with Smooth Pipe Walls, J HYDR ENG (ASCE)

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Mathias SA, Tsang C-F, Van Reeuwijk M, 2010, Investigation of hydromechanical processes during cyclic extraction recovery testing of a deformable rock fracture, INT J ROCK MECH MINING SCI

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Sookhak Lari K, Van Reeuwijk M, Maksimovic C, 2009, A study of wall demand in turbulent pipe flows, Sheffield, Proc. Computing and Control in the Water Industry (CCWI)

CONFERENCE PAPER

Sookhak Lari K, van Reeuwijk M, Maksimovic C, 2009, Is using a plane-channel geometry to model wall-demand in turbulent pipe flow justified?, Proc. Computing and Control in the Water Industry (CCWI)

CONFERENCE PAPER

van Reeuwijk M, Jonker HJJ, Hanjalic K, 2009, Leray-alpha simulations of wall-bounded turbulent flows, INT J HEAT FLUID FLOW

JOURNAL ARTICLE

van Reeuwijk M, Mathias SA, Simmons CT, Ward JDet al., 2009, Insights from a pseudospectral approach to the Elder problem, WATER RESOUR RES, Vol: 45, W0441, ISSN: 0043-1397

The aim of this paper is to clarify and circumvent the issue of multiple steady state solutions in the Elder problem. A pseudospectral method is used to avoid numerical error associated with spatial discretization. The pseudospectral method is verified by comparison to an analytical solution at Rayleigh number, Ra = 0, and by reproducing the three stable steady state solutions that are known to exist at Ra = 400. A bifurcation diagram for 0 < Ra < 400 which is free of discretization error, confirms that multiple steady states are indeed an intrinsic characteristic of the Elder problem. The existence of multiple steady states makes the Ra = 400 Elder problem less suitable for benchmarking numerical models. To avoid the multiple steady states, we propose a benchmark at Ra = 60. The results for this Low Rayleigh Number Elder Problem are presented and compared to simulations with the commercial groundwater modeling package FEFLOW. Correspondence between the pseudospectral model and FEFLOW is excellent.

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Mathias SA, van Reeuwijk M, 2009, Hydraulic fracture propagation with 3-D leak-off, TRANSPORT POROUS MED, Vol: In Press, ISSN: 0169-3913

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Sookhak Lari K, van Reeuwijk M, Maksimovic C, 2009, A study of wall demand in turbulent pipe flows, 10th International Conference on Computing and Control for the Water Industry Location: Sheffield, ENGLAND

CONFERENCE PAPER

van Reeuwijk M, Jonker HJJ, Hanjalic K, 2008, Boundary layer scaling in Rayleigh-Benard convection, Proc. 5th European Thermal Sciences Conference

CONFERENCE PAPER

van Reeuwijk M, Mathias SA, Simmons CT, Ward JDet al., 2008, Improving the worthiness of the Elder problem as a benchmark for buoyancy driven convection models, Virtual Conference on Climate Change and CO2 Storage, Publisher: Nature Precedings

CONFERENCE PAPER

van Reeuwijk M, Jonker HJJ, Hanjalic K, 2008, Wind and boundary layers in Rayleigh-Benard convection. II. Boundary layer character and scaling, PHYS REV E, Vol: 77

JOURNAL ARTICLE

van Reeuwijk M, Jonker HJJ, Hanjalic K, 2008, Wind and boundary layers in Rayleigh-Benard convection. I. Analysis and modeling, PHYS REV E, Vol: 77

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Verdoold J, van Reeuwijk M, Tummers MJ, Jonker HJJ, Hanjalic Ket al., 2008, Spectral analysis of boundary layers in Rayleigh-Benard convection, PHYS REV E, Vol: 77

JOURNAL ARTICLE

van Reeuwijk M, 2007, Direct simulation and regularization modeling of turbulent thermal convection, Phd. thesis

REPORT

van Reeuwijk M, Jonker HJJ, Hanjalic K, 2007, Applying the Leray-alpha model to unbounded Rayleigh-Benard convection, iTi Conference on Turbulence, Publisher: Springer, Pages: 197-200

CONFERENCE PAPER

van Reeuwijk M, Jonker HJJ, Hanjalic K, 2006, Incompressibility of the Leray-alpha model for wall-bounded flows, PHYS FLUIDS, Vol: 18

JOURNAL ARTICLE

van Reeuwijk M, Jonker HJJ, Hanjalic K, The role of the wind in unbounded Rayleigh-Benard convection, UK National Heat Transfer Conference

CONFERENCE PAPER

van Reeuwijk M, Jonker HJJ, Hanjalic K, 2005, Identification of the wind of Rayleigh-Benard convection, PHYS FLUIDS, Vol: 17

Using a symmetry-accounting ensemble-averaging method, we have identified the wind in unbounded Rayleigh–Bénard convection. This makes it possible to distinguish the wind from fluctuations and to identify dynamic features of each. We present some results from processing five independent three-dimensional direct numerical simulations of a =4 aspect-ratio domain with periodic side boundaries at Ra=107 and Pr=1. It is found that the wind boundary layer scales linearly very close to the wall and has a logarithmic region further away. Despite the still noticeable molecular effects, the identification of log scaling and significant velocity and temperature fluctuations well within the thermal boundary layer clearly indicate that the boundary layer cannot be classified as laminar.

JOURNAL ARTICLE

This data is extracted from the Web of Science and reproduced under a licence from Thomson Reuters. You may not copy or re-distribute this data in whole or in part without the written consent of the Science business of Thomson Reuters.

Request URL: http://wlsprd.imperial.ac.uk:80/respub/WEB-INF/jsp/search-html.jsp Request URI: /respub/WEB-INF/jsp/search-html.jsp Query String: limit=30&id=00475063&person=true&page=2&respub-action=search.html