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Research Interests

Scientific fields of interests : magnetohydrodynamics, rurbulence, rotating flows, convection, heat transfer, particulate flows.

Fields of application: geophysical flows, nuclear fusion, electromagnetic processing of materials, metallurgy

Methods of investigation combine Numerical simultation, theory and experiments.

Research supported by the Royal Society with a Wolfson Research Merit Award.

 

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Research Output 2010 2017

2 Citations

Controlling the dimensionality of low-Rm MHD turbulence experimentally

Baker, N., Potherat, A., Davoust, L., Debray, F. & Klein, R. A. Jul 2017 In : Experiments in Fluids. 58, 7, 15 p., 79

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Turbulence
Magnetohydrodynamics
Magnetic fields
Experiments
Lorentz force

Do magnetic fields enhance turbulence at low magnetic Reynolds number?

Potherat, A. & Klein, R. A. 30 Jun 2017 In : Physical Review Fluids. 2, 063702

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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turbulence
magnetic fields
dissipation
conducting fluids
phenomenology

Linear stability of confined flow around a 180-degree sharp bend

Sapardi, A., Hussam, W. K., Potherat, A. & Sheard, G. J. 10 Jul 2017 In : Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 822, p. 813-847 35 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
Reynolds number
Linear stability analysis
Wavelength
Confined flow
Transition flow
Open Access
File
magnetic fields
stratification
ducts
friction
magnetic damping
2 Citations

Little Earth Experiment: An instrument to model planetary cores

Aujogue, K., Pothérat, A., Bates, I., Debray, F. & Sreenivasan, B. 12 Aug 2016 In : Review of Scientific Instruments. 87, 084502

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
Magnetic fields
Earth (planet)
Velocity measurement
Experiments
Magnetoelectric effects