Fluids Dynamics Research with a Focus on Turbulence

We are interested in fundamental and applied problems in fluid dynamics, especially turbulence, and its role in environmental, industrial, and astrophysical systems. To address these problems, we use a mixture of theoretical and computational methods. 

Current research includes studying the role of turbulence in cloud droplet formation, the role of rotation and stratification on transport and mixing, collisional aggregation in turbulent protoplanetary nebula, air-sea interactions and its role in the nature of turbulence and turbulent transport in the surface ocean layer.

If you are interested in joining our group, please send an email to andrew.bragg@duke.edu.

- Andrew D. Bragg, PhD.

 

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