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Inaugural Lecture of Professor Prashant Valluri, Personal Chair in Fluid Dynamics

Inaugural Lecture of Professor Prashant Valluri, Personal Chair in Fluid Dynamics Let's flow... to a better future Earth is 75% covered with water and wrapped around 100% by air. Our bodies…

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The mathematics of burger flipping - Jean-Luc Thiffeault

The mathematics of burger flipping Jean-Luc Thiffeault - University of Wisconsin-MadisonHiggs Centre for Theoretical Physics Colloquium

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4.5 - Storage in Aquifiers & Depleted Oil Fields

Mitigating Climate Change - Carbon Capture Storage

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4.4 - Resorvoir, Seal & Trap

Mitigating Climate Change - Carbon Capture Storage

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3.5 - Pre-combustion capture

Mitigating Climate Change - Carbon Capture Storage

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3.4 - Oxy-combustion capture

Mitigating Climate Change - Carbon Capture Storage

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3.3a - Post-combustion capture with solvents Part 1

Mitigating Climate Change - Carbon Capture Storage

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2.7 - Hydrogen- A carbon free energy vector

Mitigating Climate Change - Carbon Capture Storage

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Dr Ignazio Maria Viola: Applied Fluid Mechanics

Dr Ignazio Maria Viola discusses his research interests, Applied Fluid Mechanics, and the Edinburgh Fluid Dynamic Group.

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Whittaker Colloquium, Oct 2nd 2017, Prof. Keith Moffatt, Cambridge.

_________________ Image: Prof. Keith Moffatt (left), Sir Edmund T. Whittaker (bust in bronze by Benno Schotz, RSA, made at the request of the Society and acquired by subscription of Fellows 1945)…

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High fidelity model of the Sound of Islay

The Sound of Islay is a tidal strait sandwiched between Islay and Jura, in the Western Isles of Scotland, where the tide can reach as high as 6-7 knots. This computer simulation shows in great detail…

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