Core team:

Yves Dubief

University of Vermont

School of Engineering, Associate Professor

Dubief has been developing and collaborating research programs in turbulence control by complex fluids, flow-surface interactions with application to erosion and ablation by turbulent flows, biophysics of blood coagulation under flow and lubrication in articular joints.

Most recent papers:

Samir Sid, Vincent E. Terrapon, Yves Dubief. Two-dimensional dynamics of elasto-inertial turbulence and its role in polymer drag reduction. Physical Review Fluids, 12, 3, 2018.
[pdf] [arXiv]
Christopher M. White, Yves Dubief, Joseph Klewicki. Properties of the mean momentum balance in polymer drag-reduced channel flow. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 409-433, 834, 2017.
Ian Pond, Yves Dubief, Alireza Ebadi, Christopher M. White. An integral validation technique of RANS turbulence models. Computers & Fluids, 150-159, 149, 2017.
Andy Reagan, Yves Dubief, Peter Sheridan Dodds, Chris Danforth. Predicting Flow Reversals in a Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulated Thermosyphon using Data Assimilation. PLoS ONE, , , 2015.
[pdf] [arXiv]