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Plume dispersion in non-neutrally-stratified boundary layers

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  • UserMatteo Carpentieri (University of Surrey)
  • ClockFriday 10 February 2023, 12:45-13:45
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Non-neutral stratification can have an important role in mixing and dispersing pollutant plumes, but systematic experiments are rare, despite the fact that stable or convective atmospheric conditions often represent the majority of cases in actual urban flows. The EnFlo wind tunnel at the University of Surrey is one of the very few facilities capable of simulating these atmospheric flows. In this presentation I’m going to show some of the recent results from the experimental work at EnFlo, with particular focus on flow and dispersion in urban areas. Experiments ranged from fundamental studies in plume dispersion in non-neutral boundary layers to applied research in urban fluid mechanics with and without local heat sources.

This talk is part of the Fluids Group Seminar (CUED) series.

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