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New article: New Insights from Comparing Statistical Theories for Inertial Particles in Turbulence: I. Spatial Distribution of Particles

Article:  Bragg AD, Collins LR; (2014)  New Insights from Comparing Statistical Theories for Inertial Particles in Turbulence:  I. Spatial Distribution of Particles, New Journal of Physics, 16 DOI Abstract:  In this paper, we contrast ...
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New article: New Insights from Comparing Statistical Theories for Inertial Particles in Turbulence: II. Relative Velocities

Article:  Bragg AD, Collins LR; (2014)  New Insights from Comparing Statistical Theories for Inertial Particles in Turbulence:  II. Relative Velocities, New Journal of Physics, 16 DOI Abstract:  Part I of this two-part series compared two ...
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New article: Investigation of Sub-Kolmogorov Inertial Particle Pair Dynamics in Turbulence using Novel Satellite Particle Simulations

Article: Ray B, Collins LR (2013)  Investigation of Sub-Kolmogorov Inertial Particle Pair Dynamics in Turbulence using Novel Satellite Particle Simulations. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 720: 192-211. DOI Abstract:  Clustering (or preferential concentration) of weakly ...
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New article: Spatial clustering of polydisperse inertial particles in turbulence: II. Comparing simulation with experiment

Article: Saw EW, Shaw RA, Salazar JPLC and Collins LR (2012). “Spatial clustering of polydisperse inertial particles in turbulence: II. Comparing simulation with experiment.” New Journal of Physics 14. DOI Abstract: Particles that are ...
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New article: Spatial clustering of polydisperse inertial particles in turbulence: I. Comparing simulation with theory

Article: Saw EW, Salazar JPLC, Collins LR and Shaw RA (2012). “Spatial clustering of polydisperse inertial particles in turbulence: I. Comparing simulation with theory.” New Journal of Physics 14. DOI Abstract: Particles that are ...
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New article: Inertial particle acceleration statistics in turbulence: Effects of filtering, biased sampling, and flow topology

Article: Salazar JPLC and Collins LR (2012). “Inertial particle acceleration statistics in turbulence: Effects of filtering, biased sampling, and flow topology.” Physics of Fluids 24(8). DOI Abstract: In this study, we investigate the effect ...
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New article: Direct numerical simulation of inertial particle entrainment in a shearless mixing layer

Article: Ireland PJ and Collins LR (2012). “Direct numerical simulation of inertial particle entrainment in a shearless mixing layer.” Journal of Fluid Mechanics 704: 301-332. DOI Abstract: We present the first computational study of ...
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New article: Inertial particle relative velocity statistics in homogeneous isotropic turbulence

Article: Salazar JPLC and Collins LR (2012). “Inertial particle relative velocity statistics in homogeneous isotropic turbulence.” Journal of Fluid Mechanics 696: 45-66. DOI Abstract: In the present study, we investigate the scaling of relative ...
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New article: Intermittency and inertial particle entrainment at a turbulent interface: thee effect of the large-scale eddies

Article: Good GH, Gerashchenko S and Warhaft Z (2012). “Intermittency and inertial particle entrainment at a turbulent interface: thee effect of the large-scale eddies.” Journal of Fluid Mechanics 694: 371-398. DOI Abstract: We present ...
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