Driven cavity flow – one of the flow configurations I’ll investigate

Driven cavity flow – one of the flow configurations I’ll investigate soon.

From the Van Dyke Album of Motion (see the post below or see the original website of the Institute of Mechanics at MSU:

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3 thoughts on “Driven cavity flow – one of the flow configurations I’ll investigate

  1. You didn’t attend EFMC6 organized by KTH, or did you? They used exactly that flow case as a logo for the conference: http://www2.mech.kth.se/efmc6/index.html
    The original painting can be seen at the national museeum of Stockholm: http://www.artsmia.org/mirror-of-nature/nordic-art-detail.cfm?nor_art_cat=84&lng=0
    That explains also the slogan of KTH: Sciene and Art

  2. Thanks for the comment – I missed the EFMC6. The logo is very nice, but when one looks at the original you’ve linked, it’s not the same – sometimes it looks like a moon reflection rather than vortices in the cavity ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. You’re right they don’t look exaclty the same, but maybe they just applied some filtering to keep the large vortices ๐Ÿ™‚

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