2000 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For significant contributions in the development of experimental methods and lattice gas simulations that led to improved understanding of flows in HeleShaw cells and porous media and of suspensions
Dominique Salin mostly deals with Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Porous medium, Viscosity and Hele-Shaw flow. The study incorporates disciplines such as Capillary action, Viscous fingering, Displacement and Classical mechanics in addition to Mechanics. In the subject of general Thermodynamics, his work in Buoyancy is often linked to Molecular diffusion, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Porous medium course of study focuses on Fluid dynamics and Computer simulation, Viscous liquid and Permeability. Dominique Salin has researched Viscosity in several fields, including Flow, Pipe flow and Shock. His work focuses on many connections between Pipe flow and other disciplines, such as Tilt, that overlap with his field of interest in Condensed matter physics.
Dominique Salin mainly focuses on Mechanics, Porous medium, Thermodynamics, Instability and Condensed matter physics. His study in Mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Gravity, Capillary action and Classical mechanics. In general Porous medium study, his work on Viscous fingering often relates to the realm of Saturation, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His work on Viscosity, Volumetric flow rate and Pipe flow as part of his general Thermodynamics study is frequently connected to Molecular diffusion and Front velocity, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Instability study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wavelength and Core. Dominique Salin integrates Condensed matter physics with Ferrofluid in his study.
His primary areas of investigation include Mechanics, Porous medium, Flow, Gravity and Buoyancy. His Mechanics research integrates issues from Gravity current, Porosity and Capillary action. His Porous medium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Volumetric flow rate, Thermodynamics, Capillary number, Chemical engineering and Engineering physics.
His is doing research in Viscosity and Lattice Boltzmann methods, both of which are found in Thermodynamics. His Gravity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Settling and Reynolds number. His research in Buoyancy intersects with topics in Fluidized bed, Fluidization and Mixing.
Dominique Salin focuses on Mechanics, Porous medium, Gravity, Gravity current and Mass transfer. Dominique Salin is interested in Buoyancy, which is a field of Mechanics. His Porous medium research incorporates themes from Flow, Flow velocity, Phase diagram and Capillary number.
His work in Gravity tackles topics such as Capillary action which are related to areas like Isothermal process, Instability, Geotechnical engineering, Boundary layer and Evaporation. His Gravity current research includes themes of Two-phase flow, Aspect ratio, Hele-Shaw flow, Stokes flow and Newtonian fluid. His research investigates the connection between Mass transfer and topics such as Dimensionless quantity that intersect with issues in Liquid flow.
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Ionic ferrofluids: A crossing of chemistry and physics
Jean-Claude Bacri;Régine Perzynski;Dominique Salin;Valérie Cabuil.
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (1990)
Magnetic colloidal properties of ionic ferrofluids
J.-C. Bacri;R. Perzynski;D. Salin;V. Cabuil.
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (1986)
Instability of ferrofluid magnetic drops under magnetic field
J.C. Bacri;D. Salin.
Journal De Physique Lettres (1982)
The Heterogeneous Multi-Scale Method
Marek Cieplak;U. D'Ortona;D. Salin;Renata B. Rybka.
Computational Materials Science (1992)
Miscible displacement in a Hele-Shaw cell at high rates
E. Lajeunesse;J. Martin;N. Rakotomalala;D. Salin.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1999)
Invasion percolation with viscous forces
B. Xu;Y. C. Yortsos;D. Salin.
Physical Review E (1998)
3D Instability of Miscible Displacements in a Hele-Shaw Cell
E. Lajeunesse;J. Martin;N. Rakotomalala;D. Salin.
Physical Review Letters (1997)
Dispersion, permeability heterogeneity, and viscous fingering: Acoustic experimental observations and particle-tracking simulations
H. A. Tchelepi;F. M. Orr;N. Rakotomalala;D. Salin.
Physics of Fluids (1993)
Two-color nonlinear Boltzmann cellular automata: Surface tension and wetting.
U. D'ortona;D. Salin;Marek Cieplak;Renata B. Rybka.
Physical Review E (1995)
Miscible displacement between two parallel plates : BGK lattice gas simulations
N. Rakotomalala;D. Salin;P. Watzky.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1997)
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