Some multiphase buoyancy driven flows in the environment : aerosols, ash and bubbles

6 November 2020

In this talk, I will present a series of new experimental data, supported by theoretical models, of the transport of ash, aerosols and bubbles in multiphase plumes rising through stratified environments, focussing on the structure of flow and the dispersal of the different phases. The models have relevance for the dispersal of volcanic ash in the atmosphere and ocean, the mixing of aerosols in buildings, and the fate of suspended sediment produced during deep sea mining. 

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  • Mathematical Geoscience Seminar