## AddressDepartment of Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringUniversity of California, San Diego 9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla, CA 92093-0411, USA E-Mail: pflinden@ucsd.edu Office: 178 EBUII Phone: 1 858 822 2274 Cell: 1 858 342 9159 Fax: 1 858 534 7720 |

Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics,

University of Cambridge, U.K.

- Architectural fluid dynamics
- Gravity-driven flows
- Geophysical turbulence
- Aquatic propulsion

- 10. The formation and destruction of fine-structure by double-diffusive processes
- 11. The spectral signature of salt fingers

- 61. Strongly buoyant plume and 'small-fire' ventilation
- 62. Low Froude number stable flowws past mountains

- 63. Gravity currents over porous substrates
- 64. Internal wave excitation from stratified flow over a thin barrier
- 66. The bi-modal structure imposed on gravity-driven boundary currents in rotating systems by the effects of bottom topography

- 68. The fluid mechanics of natural ventilation - displacement ventilation by buoyancy-driven flows reinforced by wind
- 69. Electrical measurement of sediment layer thickness under suspension flows
- 70. Cyclone and anticyclone formation in a rotating stratified fluid over a sloping bottom
- 71. Experimental investigations of quasi-two-dimensional vortices in a stratified fluid with source-sink forcing
- 72. Saline and particle-driven interfacial intrusions
- 73. Visualization and measurement of internal waves by 'synthetic schlieren'. Part 1. Vertically oscillating cylinder
- 74. Turbulent mixing in a stratified fluid
- 75. The fluid mechanics of natural ventilation
- 76. Self-similarity and internal structure of turbulence induced by Rayleigh-Taylor instability

- 77. Internal waves revisited
- 79. SMEDIS: Scientific model evaluation of dense gas dispersion models

- 80. Steady-state flows in an enclosure ventilated by buoyancy forces and wind
- 81. The formation of optimal vortex rings and the efficeincy of propulsion devices
- 82. Sensitivity of horizonatl flows to forcing geometry
- 83. Thermal stratification produced by jets and plumes in enclosed spaces
- 84. Top down ventilation and cooling

- 85. Stability of a buoyancy-driven current at the shelf break
- 86. Internal wave excitation by a vertically oscillating elliptical cylinder
- 87. A study of three-dimensional gravity currents on a uniform slope
- 88. A laboratory study of the velocity structure in an intrusive gravity current
- 89. Gravity currents in rotating channels. Part 1. Steady-state theory
- 90. Eigenmode resonance in a two-layer stratification
- 91. Buoyancy-driven ventilation between two chambers
- 92. Simplified modeling of cross-ventilation airflow
- 93. The influence of a coast on the dynamics of upwelling fronts

- 95. Optimal vortex rings and aquatic propulsion
- 96. Coalescing axisymmetric turbulent plumes
- 97. Lock release gravity currents over a thick porous layer
- 98. Gravity currents produced by lock exchange
- 99. Use of simulation in the design of a large, naturally ventilated office building
- 100. Design and testing of a control strategy for a large, naturally ventilated office building

- 101. A model for an underfloor air distribution system
- 102. Displacement and mixing ventilation driven by opposing wind and buoyancy
- 103. The front condition for gravity currents
- 104. The non-Boussinesq lock exchnage problem. Part 1. Theory and experiments
- 105. The entrainment due to a turbulent fountain at a density interface

- 106. Colliding turbulent plumes
- 107. Interacting turbulent plumes in a naturally ventilated enclosure
- 108. The front speed of intrusive gravity curents
- 108. The fluid dynamics of an underfloor air distribution system
- 110. Axisymmetric gravity currents on a cone