Lagrangian transport and chaotic advection in three-dimensional laminar flows

@inproceedings{Speetjens2019LagrangianTA,
  title={Lagrangian transport and chaotic advection in three-dimensional laminar flows},
  author={Michel F. M. Speetjens and Guy Metcalfe and Murray Rudman},
  year={2019}
}
Transport and mixing of scalar quantities in fluid flows is ubiquitous in industry and Nature. Turbulent flows promote efficient transport and mixing by their inherent randomness. Laminar flows lack such a natural mixing mechanism and efficient transport is far more challenging. However, laminar flow is essential to many problems and insight into its transport characteristics of great importance. Laminar transport, arguably, is best described by the Lagrangian fluid motion (`advection') and the… CONTINUE READING

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