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  • 20 Jan 2023
    Ulrich Schreiber

    Rotation Sensing with Large Ring Lasers – Applications in Geophysics and Geodesy

    The Earth system is marked by a complex interaction of a lot of different processes, many of which are very involved and we can only explore them indirectly. Take the water cycle as an example. Water vapor in the atmosphere provides rain, but not everywhere.

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  • 8 Apr 2021
    Arthur Rizzi, Jesper Oppelstrup

    100 Years of Aircraft Aerodynamic Design: from guesswork to optimal mathematical precision

    The figure above presents a thumbnail history of the airplane’s aerodynamic development over the twentieth century, including some of the significant contributors who helped to bring it about. This historical overview parallels the organization of our recently published book Aerodynamical Design of Aircraft by Computational Software. We outlined just a hint of this rich history […]

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  • 9 Oct 2019

    Energy Transfers in Fluid Flows

    Understanding turbulence is an important and challenging problem with a million dollar prize money on it.  We illustrate the complexity of a turbulent flow using an example.  Consider coffee being mixed vigorously, say by stirring (Figure 1(a)).  The kinetic energy fed at the large-scales cascades to intermediate scales and then to small scales, as shown […]

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