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Alain Cartellier
Alain Cartellier
CNRS Research Director, LEGI - CNRS, Université Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble INP
Verified email at univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
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Effect of preferential concentration on the settling velocity of heavy particles in homogeneous isotropic turbulence
A Aliseda, A Cartellier, F Hainaux, JC Lasheras
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 468, 77-105, 2002
4122002
Preferential concentration of heavy particles: a Voronoï analysis
R Monchaux, M Bourgoin, A Cartellier
Physics of Fluids 22 (10), 103304, 2010
2602010
Analyzing preferential concentration and clustering of inertial particles in turbulence
R Monchaux, M Bourgoin, A Cartellier
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 40, 1-18, 2012
2562012
Local phase detection probes in fluid/fluid two‐phase flows
A Cartellier, JL Achard
Review of Scientific Instruments 62 (2), 279-303, 1991
2451991
Simultaneous void fraction measurement, bubble velocity, and size estimate using a single optical probe in gas–liquid two‐phase flows
A Cartellier
Review of Scientific Instruments 63 (11), 5442-5453, 1992
1911992
Turbulent transport of material particles: an experimental study of finite size effects
NM Qureshi, M Bourgoin, C Baudet, A Cartellier, Y Gagne
Physical review letters 99 (18), 184502, 2007
1752007
Optical probes for local void fraction measurements: characterization of performance
A Cartellier
Review of Scientific Instruments 61 (2), 874-886, 1990
1711990
Single and double optical probes in air-water two-phase flows: real time signal processing and sensor performance
E Barrau, N Rivière, C Poupot, A Cartellier
International journal of multiphase flow 25 (2), 229-256, 1999
1491999
Liquid sloshing and wave breaking in circular and square-base cylindrical containers
A Royon-Lebeaud, EJ Hopfinger, A Cartellier
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 577, 467-494, 2007
1102007
Instability regimes in the primary breakup region of planar coflowing sheets
D Fuster, JP Matas, S Marty, S Popinet, J Hoepffner, A Cartellier, S Zaleski
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 736, 150-176, 2013
1072013
Acceleration statistics of inertial particles in turbulent flow
NM Qureshi, U Arrieta, C Baudet, A Cartellier, Y Gagne, M Bourgoin
The European Physical Journal B 66 (4), 531-536, 2008
1072008
Monofiber optical probes for gas detection and gas velocity measurements: conical probes
A Cartellier, E Barrau
International journal of multiphase flow 24 (8), 1265-1294, 1998
1011998
Preferential concentration of heavy particles in turbulence
M Obligado, T Teitelbaum, A Cartellier, P Mininni, M Bourgoin
Journal of Turbulence 15 (5), 293-310, 2014
812014
Measurement accuracy of a mono-fiber optical probe in a bubbly flow
J Vejražka, M Večeř, S Orvalho, P Sechet, MC Ruzicka, A Cartellier
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 36 (7), 533-548, 2010
782010
Experimental and analytical study of the shear instability of a gas-liquid mixing layer
JP Matas, S Marty, A Cartellier
Physics of fluids 23 (9), 094112, 2011
772011
Preferential concentration of inertial sub-Kolmogorov particles: the roles of mass loading of particles, Stokes numbers, and Reynolds numbers
S Sumbekova, A Cartellier, A Aliseda, M Bourgoin
Physical Review Fluids 2 (2), 024302, 2017
732017
Measurement of gas phase characteristics using new monofiber optical probes and real-time signal processing
A Cartellier
Nuclear Engineering and Design 184 (2-3), 393-408, 1998
651998
Monofiber optical probes for gas detection and gas velocity measurements: optimised sensing tips
A Cartellier, E Barrau
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 24 (8), 1295-1315, 1998
641998
Measurement of gas phase characteristics using a monofibre optical probe in a three-phase flow
PC Mena, FA Rocha, JA Teixeira, P Séchet, A Cartellier
Chemical Engineering Science 63 (16), 4100-4115, 2008
632008
Characterization of phase detection optical probes for the measurement of the dispersed phase parameters in sprays
M Hong, A Cartellier, EJ Hopfinger
International Journal of multiphase flow 30 (6), 615-648, 2004
612004
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