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    贾攀博士学术讲座: Rippled patterns induced by hydrodynamic instabilities in planetary environment
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    应航天航空学院Marie-Jean Thoraval邀请,贾攀博士将来访我校并作学术报告。

    报告人:贾攀博士

    时间:2017111日早上10:00

    地点:航天航空学院教一楼第二会议室

    报告题目:Rippled patterns induced by hydrodynamic instabilities in planetary environment

    报告摘要:

    Rippled patterns were observed in planetary environment by the recent approaches on comet 67P and Pluto. An explanation is proposed for the giant granular ripples observed by spacecraft Rosetta at the surface of the comet 67P. We show that the outgassing flow across a porous surface granular layer and the strong pressure gradient associated with the day-night alternance are responsible for thermal superficial winds. We show that these unexpected patterns are analogous to ripples emerging on granular beds submitted to viscous shear flows. Also, we propose a model for rhythmic, dune-like patterns observed on Sputnik Planum of Pluto. Their emergence and evolution are related to the differential condensation/sublimation of nitrogen ice. We show that the temperature and pressure in Pluto’s atmosphere are almost homogeneous and steady, and that heat flux from the atmosphere due to convection and turbulent mixing is responsible for the emergence of these sublimation patterns, in contrast to the penitentes instability due to solar radiation.

    报告人简介:

    Pan JIA received his PhD in physics in 2016 at Laboratoire de Physique et Mécanique des Milieux Hétérogènes (PMMH) in École Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles (ESPCI), Paris, France. His research interests include 1) physics/mechanics of fluids: thermo-hydrodynamic instabilities at interfaces; 2) grains-flow interactions: sediment transport, particle-tracking algorithms, flow visualisations.

     

     

     

     

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