Two-pHase modEling for Sediment dynamicS: THESIS-2022 Symposium

June 5, 2022 - June 10, 2022
Sediment transport controls the morphology of rivers, estuaries and coastal oceans. It is by nature a two-phase problem in which fine grain-scale processes such as collisions, segregation, or enduring contacts and turbulent-particle interactions locally control particle transport. Particulate geophysical flows is a truly multi-scale phenomenon with length-scales ranging from the submillimeter of a sand grain to the kilometer scale of a river section. This question of scale will be central in the workshop with the aim to foster the transfer of the most recent advances on the understanding of these fine-scale processes and to establish research perspectives.
This Session is organized by:

Julien CHAUCHAT, UGA, Grenoble, France
David HURTHER, legi-CNRS, Grenoble, France
Philippe FREY, INRAE, Grenoble, France

More information can be found on the Session's WEBSITE.
Published on  November 15, 2021
Updated on  November 15, 2021