Journal of Fluid Mechanics

Articles and videos produced by Tom for the Journal of Fluid Mechanics.

JFM China Symposia: Beijing Blog

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JFM/FYFD Collobaration: Underwater Snakes, Gusty Flying and Microswimmers

JFM China Symposia: Hangzhou Blog

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JFM China Symposia: Shenzhen Blog

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JFM/FYFD Collaboration: Dinosaurs, Propellers, and Hiding Objects

JFM China Symposia: Beijing Highlights

 

JFM China Symposia: Hangzhou Highlights

 

JFM Symposia China: Shenzhen Highlights

 

JFM Symposia: Chennai Documentary 

JFM Symposia: Lab Tours

JFM Symposia: Bangalore Documentary

JFM/FYFD Collaboration: Bioinspiration, Underwater Sniffing and Mixing Toothpaste

JFM/FYFD Collaboration: Flying Beetles, Stinging Nettles and Jellyfish

JFM/FYFD Collaboration: Getting Water Out of Your Ears, Cycling in Echelons and Sailing Physics

JFM/FYFD Collaboration: Tornadoes, Fire and Ice

CO2 beneath our feet

CO2 beneath our feet

JFM/FYFD Collaboration: Martian Bees, Canopies and Dandelion Seeds

JFM/FYFD Collaboration: Bees, Squid and Oil Plumes

JFM/FYFD Collaboration: Bouncing, Floating and Jetting

JFM Symposium: Chennai

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JFM Symposium: Mumbai

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JFM/FYFD Collaboration: Skiing, Avalanches and Freezing Bubbles

JFM/FYFD Collaboration: Gallery of Fluid Motion

JFM Symposium: Bangalore

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Nanofibres in a Spin

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Sediment-water Interface: a Barrier to Coastal Management

SWI twitter - jfm blog entry

Detlef Lohse awarded APS 2017 Fluid Dynamics Prize

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Building Cleaner Diesel Engines

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Managing Avalanche Risk

Managing avalanche risk

Understanding Vortex Reconnection

JFM -Vortex Reconnection

Nature’s guide to building submarines

JFM - Nature's submarines

How do birds fly?

JFM - how do birds fly

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