Marco De Paoli
ERWIN SCHROEDINGER FELLOW 2022 – 2024
I am a senior scientist and I focus on multiphase flows, from porous media to particle-laden flows. I use a combination of numerical simulations and laboratory experiments to understand the dynamics of complex physical system. I am currently Erwin Schrödinger fellow at the University of Twente (Physics of Fluids Group) and TU Wien (Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer).
26TH CISM-IUTAM INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON “CONVECTION AND DEFORMATION IN POROUS MEDIA: GEOPHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL FLOWS”
This course is organised at CISM (Udine, Italy) and coordinated by Prof. Chris. MacMinn (University of Oxford) and me. All the details about the course are available here.
What is the minimum domain size we need to simulate to capture the large-scale flow structures? We have addressed these questions in our recent work published on Journal of Fluid Mechanics. With the aid of massively parallelized numerical simulations, we show that the near-wall, large-scale temperature patterns (supercells) represent the footprint of the flow structure in the core of … Continue reading
There is an age-old question: How can the so-called “teapot effect” be explained? Our demonstrative experiments illustrating this phenomenon have been discussed in quiz shows by BBC and Servus TV (available from Germany and Austria). The “teapot effect” has been threatening spotless white tablecloths for ages: if a liquid is poured out of a teapot too slowly, then the … Continue reading
J. Fluid Mech.
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