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Etude expérimentale de la turbulence intégrable en eau peu profonde

Abstract : In the present PhD program, we will focus on the case of 1D surface gravity waves. This situation is related to the case of the swell observed in the ocean that shows usually a quasi unidirectional propagation. Wave turbulence in 1D shows fundamental particularities that are somewhat exotic depending on whetherthe wave propagation is uni or bi directional. Energy can cascade towards small scales or in contrast to large scales;weak turbulence can become unstable and lead to formation of solitons... Wave turbulence in 1D is a potentially veryrich framework related to oceanic issues.During this PhD, the graduatestudent will have to setup experiments in the 1D wave flume of theLEGI. This flume is 36 m long and it is currently used to study the sedimentdynamics in the vicinity of the shore(see picture). The student willdevelop a new scheme to generate and control the waves and a 2Dimagingsystem to record the free surface displacementin a way that isresolved both in time and space. For control purposes, additional ultrasoniclocal measurements of the surface displacement will be performed. Itwill then be possible to study in a very fine way, the weak or strong non-linearcouplings between waves, and perform advanced comparisons betweentheory and experiments. The student will also be associated to the otherstudies of the WATU project, in particular to share the measurement and data analysis techniques and so that to compare results among various configurations.
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Ivan Redor. Etude expérimentale de la turbulence intégrable en eau peu profonde. Mécanique des fluides [physics.class-ph]. Université Grenoble Alpes, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019GREAI077⟩. ⟨tel-02475663⟩



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