just to cheer myself up (bad mood last couple of days)

Just discovered that our work (not only mine, of course) is cited by the three Annual Reviews of Fluid Mechanics. Isn’t it nice?

Finally, XPIV got it’s place in the row of 3D measurement techniques, including its ability to measure velocity gradients. This is in-line with the 3D-PTV work we keep doing. Unfortunately, XPIV  is not being further developed anywhere in the world, as far as we know.

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The Lagrangian description of turbulence is characterized by a unique conceptual simplicity and by an immediate connection with the physics of dispersion and mixing. In this article, we report some motivations behind the Lagrangian description of …

Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics. Volume 41, Page 375-404, Jan 2009


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This article reviews the principal experimental methods currently available to simultaneously measure all the terms of the velocity gradient tensor of turbulent flows. These methods have been available only for a little more than 20 years. They have …

Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics. Volume 42, Page 157-181, Jan 2010

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Two-particle dispersion is of central importance to a wide range of natural and industrial applications. It has been an active area of research since Richardson’s (1926) seminal paper. This review emphasizes recent results from experiments, high-end …

Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics. Volume 41, Page 405-432, Jan 2009

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