His main research concerns Classical mechanics, Statistical physics, Nonlinear system, Mechanics and Mathematical physics. His Classical mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dynamical systems theory, Attractor, Boundary value problem, Condensation and Nonlinear Oscillations. His Iterated function research extends to the thematically linked field of Statistical physics.
The concepts of his Nonlinear system study are interwoven with issues in Phase transition, Schrödinger equation, Wave equation, Fluid dynamics and Convective instability. His work carried out in the field of Mathematical physics brings together such families of science as Scaling theory, Radius and Thermodynamics. His Turbulence research includes elements of Enstrophy, Fluid equation, Coherence time, Vortex and Dissipative dynamical systems.
His primary areas of investigation include Classical mechanics, Mechanics, Nonlinear system, Statistical physics and Vortex. The Classical mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Superfluidity, Schrödinger equation, Amplitude, Turbulence and Fluid mechanics. Yves Pomeau interconnects Scaling theory and Enstrophy in the investigation of issues within Turbulence.
His Mechanics study incorporates themes from Inclined plane, Radius, Contact angle and Drop. Yves Pomeau works mostly in the field of Nonlinear system, limiting it down to concerns involving Mathematical analysis and, occasionally, Wave turbulence. Much of his study explores Statistical physics relationship to Boltzmann constant.
Yves Pomeau mainly investigates Mechanics, Classical mechanics, Leidenfrost effect, Radius and Surface tension. His work in the fields of Mechanics, such as Instability and Length scale, intersects with other areas such as Critical value. His Classical mechanics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Turbulence, Gravity, Contact line and Fluid mechanics.
His Turbulence research incorporates elements of Correlation function, Energy and Gravitational singularity. His biological study deals with issues like Nanotechnology, which deal with fields such as Phase diagram. His study in Surface tension is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Curvature and Capillary action.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Classical mechanics, Surface tension, Leidenfrost effect and Capillary action. His Mechanics research incorporates themes from Evaporation, Drop and Boundary value problem. His Classical mechanics research integrates issues from Instability, Reynolds stress equation model and Turbulence, K-epsilon turbulence model, Reynolds number.
His work on Fluid dynamics expands to the thematically related Turbulence. His research in Surface tension intersects with topics in Curvature, Similarity solution, Cross section, Nonlinear system and Bent molecular geometry. Yves Pomeau has included themes like Phase diagram and Thermodynamics in his Nanotechnology study.
Lattice-Gas Automata for the Navier-Stokes Equation
U. Frisch;B. Hasslacher;Y. Pomeau.
Physical Review Letters (1986)
Order within chaos
P. Berge;Y. Pomeau;C. Vidal.
Intermittent transition to turbulence in dissipative dynamical systems
Yves Pomeau;Paul Manneville.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (1980)
Lattice gas hydrodynamics in two and three dimensions
Uriel Frisch;Dominique d'Humières;Brosl Hasslacher;Pierre Lallemand.
Complex Systems (1987)
Front motion, metastability and subcritical bifurcations in hydrodynamics
Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena (1986)
Random networks of automata: a simple annealed approximation
B. Derrida;Y. Pomeau.
Convective instability: A physicist's approach
Christiane Normand;Yves Pomeau;Manuel G. Velarde.
Reviews of Modern Physics (1977)
Molecular dynamics of a classical lattice gas: Transport properties and time correlation functions
J. Hardy;O. de Pazzis;Y. Pomeau.
Physical Review A (1976)
Time dependent correlation functions and mode-mode coupling theories
Yves Pomeau;Pierre Resibois.
Physics Reports (1975)
Elasticity and Geometry: From hair curls to the non-linear response of shells
Basile Audoly;Yves Pomeau.
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