Bulletin of the American Physical Society
64th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics
Volume 56, Number 18
Sunday–Tuesday, November 20–22, 2011; Baltimore, Maryland
|Abraham, Theodore P.
Translational Cardiovascular Ultrasound Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD USA
|Session L26.00002 Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM): How Flow Analysis May Drive Medical Management and Surgical Approach Room: 329|
Institut de Physique de Rennes
|Session C27.00001 Foam flow and liquid films motion: role of the surfactants properties Room: Ballroom I-II|
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Notre Dame, IN
|Session G26.00003 Rectification Phenomena Across an Asymmetric Nanofluidic Channel Room: 329|
University of Illinois
|Session P29.00001 Francois Frenkiel Award Lecture: Low-Order Representations of Irregular Surface Roughness and Their Impact on a Turbulent Boundary Layer Room: Ballroom III-IV|
|Fish, Frank E.
Department of Biology, West Chester University
|Session C29.00001 Biomimetics and Tubercles on Flippers for Hydrodynamic Flow Control Room: Ballroom III-IV|
Geological Sciences and Institute for Computational Science and Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, TX
|Session L27.00002 Monitoring pressure evolution during geological CO$_2$ storage Room: Ballroom I-II|
UCL, Trinity College Cambridge, TU Delft
|Session J27.00001 Fluid Mechanics and Public Policy including natural disasters and climate change Room: Ballroom I-II|
|Huppert, Herbert E.
Institute of Theoretical Geophysics, University of Cambridge, UK
|Session L27.00001 Fluid dynamics of CO$_2$ sequestration Room: Ballroom I-II|
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA
|Session L27.00003 CO$_2$ migration and sequestration by combined capillary and solubility trapping: theory, experiments, and capacity estimates at the basin scale Room: Ballroom I-II|
Chemical Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA
|Session G26.00004 Concentration Polarization and Nonequilibrium Electro-osmotic Instability at an Ion-Selective Surface Admitting Normal Flow Room: 329|
|Kovacs, Sandor J.
Cardiovascular Biophysics Laboratory, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, MO 63110 USA
|Session L26.00001 How the heart works when it fills: what every fluid mechanician needs to know Room: 329|
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
|Session P27.00001 Andreas Acrivos Dissertation Prize Lecture: Stability of inviscid flows from bifurcation diagrams exploiting a variational argument Room: Ballroom I-II|
Chemical Engineering, MIT, Cambridge MA, U.S.A.
|Session G26.00002 Deionization shocks in cross flows Room: 329|
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California San Diego, CA, USA
|Session L26.00004 Multiscale modeling and surgical planning for single ventricle heart patients Room: 329|
University of Southern California
|Session B27.00002 Otto Laport Lecture: A Fascination with Fluids: Vortices and Vortex Breakdown. Room: Ballroom I-IV|
California Institute of Technology
|Session K27.00001 Experimental Manipulation of Wall-Bounded Turbulence Room: Ballroom I-II|
Johns Hopkins University
|Session B27.00003 Stanley Corrsin Award Talk: Big and small swirls in the maze: Modeling turbulence in Large Eddy Simulations Room: Ballroom I-IV|
Department of Pediatrics, Section of Cardiology, CA, USA University of California San Diego School of Medicine
|Session L26.00005 Cardiac Hemodynamics in the Pathogenesis of Congenital Heart Disease and Aortic Valve Calcification Room: 329|
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University
|Session J29.00001 Roughness-based Superhydrophobic Surfaces: Fundamentals and Future Directions Room: Ballroom III-IV|
Johns Hopkins University
|Session N27.00001 Capillary Phenomena at Nanoscales: Electrowetting and Capillary Adhesion Room: Ballroom I-II|
|Saar, Martin O.
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Minnesota - Minneapolis, MN
|Session L27.00004 Multiphase, multicomponent simulations and experiments of reactive flow, relevant for combining geologic CO$_2$ sequestration with geothermal energy capture Room: Ballroom I-II|
|Squires, Todd M.
Chemical Engineering Department, University of California, Santa Barbara
|Session G26.00005 Electrokinetics over liquid/liquid interfaces Room: 329|
University of Notre Dame
|Session K29.00001 DNS and Multi-Scale Modeling of Multi-Phase Flows Room: Ballroom III-IV|
|van Nierop, Ernst A.
C12 Energy, Berkeley CA, U.S.A.
|Session L27.00005 Practical applications of CO$_2$ flow modeling in commercial scale sequestration projects Room: Ballroom I-II|
Aix Marseille Universite
|Session N29.00001 Three little stories on Fragmentation and Mixing Room: Ballroom III-IV|
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Tech., Blacksburg VA, USA
|Session L26.00003 Vortices formed on the mitral valve tips aid normal left ventricular filling Room: 329|
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
|Session G26.00001 Phoretic motion of ion exchangers Room: 329|
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