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Fluides, Automatique et Systèmes Thermiques

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The laboratory of Fluids, Automation and Thermal Systems (FAST) studies the problematics dealing with physical mechanics.
Its research activities are divided into four areas: Instabilities, Waves and Turbulence/ Convection and Transfers/ Granular materials and Suspensions/ Porous and Fractured Media.
The themes about thin films, porous and fractured media represent an important area of industrial techniques and processes making the FAST unit a potential actor in application sectors such as Matter, Material, Nanosciences, Aeronautics...

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Reply to “Is ‘plume interaction induced migration of the Hawaiian-Emperor Seamounts’ a step too far?” Neil M. Ribe 06/30/22 Science Bulletin
Condensation-induced self-patterning of a thin clayey layer J. Martin, F. Doumenc 04/01/22 Europhysics Letters
Symmetry and Asymmetry in the Fluid Mechanical Sewing Machine Neil M. Ribe 04/01/22 Symmetry
Egg-speriments: Stretch, crack, and spin Y. Bertho, Baptiste Darbois Texier, Ludovic Pauchard 03/01/22 Physics of Fluids
Design of experiment analysis on tensile properties of PLA samples produced by fused filament fabrication Lionel Auffray, Lamine Hattali 02/01/22 International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Fluid mechanics of free subduction on a sphere. Part 1. The axisymmetric case Neil M. Ribe 12/25/21 Journal of Fluid Mechanics
Heat transfer in shallow caves: influence of turbulent convection F. Doumenc, S. Mergui 12/08/21 Journal of Physics: Conference Series
Flexural quasi-static and fatigue behaviours of fused filament deposited PA6 and PA12 polymers Lamine Hattali 12/01/21 International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology
From laboratory experiments to geophysical tsunamis generated by subaerial landslides Manon Robbe-Saule, Cyprien Morize, Y. Bertho, P. Gondret 12/01/21 Scientific Reports
Toughening induced by the formation of facets in mode I+III brittle fracture: Experiments versus a two-scale Cohesive Zone model Lamine Hattali 11/01/21 Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids
Impact of a pressurised membrane: Contact time Baptiste Darbois Texier 10/01/21 International Journal of Impact Engineering
Plume-ridge interaction induced migration of the Hawaiian-Emperor seamounts Neil M. Ribe 08/30/21 Science Bulletin
Rheology of bacterial superfluids in viscous environments Carine Douarche, Harold Auradou 08/07/21 Soft Matter
Skin layer stratification in drying droplets of dairy colloids Ludovic Pauchard 07/05/21 Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects
Motility response to hydrodynamic stress during the growth cycle in active fluid suspensions Mojtaba Jarrahi 07/01/21 Journal of Fluids Engineering, Transactions of the ASME
Torricelli's curtain: Morphology of horizontal laminar jets under gravity O. Tramis, E. Merlin-Anglade, G. Paternoster, M. Rabaud, Neil M. Ribe 06/01/21 Physics of Fluids
Rheological control on the segmentation of the mid-ocean ridges: Laboratory experiments with extension initially perpendicular to the axis A. L.R. Sibrant, A. Davaille, E. Mittelstaedt 03/01/21 Earth and Planetary Science Letters
Lithosphere Destabilization and Small-Scale Convection Constrained From Geophysical Data and Analogical Models A. Davaille 03/01/21 Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
Role of particle aggregation in the structure of dried colloidal silica layers Arnaud Lesaine, Georges Gauthier 02/14/21 Soft Matter
The influence of motility on bacterial accumulation in a microporous channel Harold Auradou 01/28/21 Soft Matter

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)