Miscellaneous

Videos of talks

The videos are of large size. It is better to download them to a local disk and then watch from the disk. To do this, right-click on the link and save. Alternatively, download the archived version and uncompress. This protects from transmission errors.

A talk on quasi-steady quasi-homogeneous (QSQH) theory of modulation of near wall turbulence and extrapolations to high Reynolds numbers (Imperial College, 2016)

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A record of an earlier talk on this topic is available from the website of Workshop IV: Turbulence in Engineering Applications, Long Program Mathematics of Turbulence, IPAM 2014..

Abbreviated version of an overview talk on turbulent drag reduction (Nordita, 2013)

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A talk on analysis of global stability of fluid flows using sum of squares of polynomials (ERCOFTAC SIG33 Workshop, 2013)

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A talk on linearised NSE applied to turbulence

An abbreviated videorecord (68 Mb) of an overview talk on applications of linearized Navier-Stokes equations to developed turbulence and turbulent drag reduction (Mathematics of Turbulence programme, IPAM, 2014)

         

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A presentation of projects offered to the MSc and final-year students of our department

While short (4-month), these are actual research projects, with students taking over year after year from one another and carrying on the research from the point where the previous student stopped. Download the video of the latest presentation (114Mb). Alternatively, download the archived version from here.

Leaflets on several research topics

These leaflets are now outdated. They show how my views and interests evolved.

High-Reynolds-number asymptotics of the steady solution of the Navier-Stokes equations for the flow past a bluff body

Application of the polynomial Sum-Of-Squares (SOS) approach in fluid dynamics.

Organised structures and drag reduction in turbulent flows.

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Control of separated flows in vortex cells.

Centrifuges with hydraulic drive.

Stability of aerostatic platforms.

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