January - June 1999
Organisers: GF Hewitt (Imperial College), PA Monkewitz (Lausanne), N Sandham (QMW), JC Vassilicos (Cambridge)
Note to speakers: 1-hour talks should include 15 mins for discussion.
Free/discussion slots may be filled with further talks and/or themed discussion sessions.
09:30-10:30: General introduction by Peter Monkewitz, Neil Sandham and Chris Atkin
11:00-12:00: Paolo Luchini: Transition prediction methods
3:00-3:45: Xuesong Wu: Generation of Tollmien-Schlichting waves by convecting gusts interacting with sound waves
09:30-10:30: Rebecca Lingwood: Swept-wing boundary layers: convectively or absolutely unstable?
11:00-12:00: Stefan Le Dizes: Scenarios for nonlinear saturation of global modes
3:00-3:45: Jonathan Healey: Using asymptotic methods to make practical nonparallel stability calculations
09:30-10:30: Howard Hodson Late stage transition in the Low Pressure turbine
11:00-12:00: Wolfgang Rodi: Boundary layer transition induced by periodically passing wakes
3:00-3:45: Julian Hunt: Wake-induced transition and shear sheltering
09:30-10:00: Tony Perry: Turbulent spots
10:00-11:00: Frank Smith: On nonlinear spots in favourable or adverse pressure gradient
11:30 - 12:30: Mark Savill: Introduction to the COST/ERCOFTAC modelling workshop
p.m. Possibility to attend the COST/ERCOFTAC transition modelling SIG workshop held at Wolfson Court from 14:00 to 17:30 (Continued Friday 9:00 - 17:30 and Saturday 9:00 - 17:30)
09:30-10:30: Dominique Martinand: Dynamic models for transitional Couette flow
11:00-12:00: Fazle Hussain: Genesis and dynamics of coherent structures in near-wall turbulence, and their control for drag reduction
3:00-3:30: Neil Sandham: Streak stability and instability
09:30-10:30: Bernard Geurts: DNS and LES of transition-enhancement in separated boundary layer flow
11:00-12:00: Peter Carpenter: The use of wall compliance to control transition and turbulence
3:00-4:00: Jonathan Morrison: Scalings in wall-bounded turbulence: implications for control