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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Xianyang Jiang is currently a member in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. He works at the G. K. Batchelor Laboratory and is a member of the Environmental and Industrial Fluid Dynamics group. He is mainly interested in understanding the physical process of phenomena in wall-bounded flows, particle-laden flows and stratified shear flows. His current role primarily involves running experiments on stratified exchange flows in an inclined duct and analysing the mixing process of the shear layer.

Publications

A metamorphosis of three-dimensional wave structure in transitional and turbulent boundary layers
XY Jiang, DW Gu, CB Lee, CR Smith, PF Linden
– Journal of Fluid Mechanics
(2021)
914,
a4
Experimental study on low-speed streaks in a turbulent boundary layer at low Reynolds number
XY Jiang, CB Lee, CR Smith, JW Chen, PF Linden
– Journal of Fluid Mechanics
(2020)
903,
a6
An experimental study on the spatiotemporal evolution of sand waves/ripples in turbulent boundary layer airflow
Y Liu, X Jiang, C Lee, H Hu
– Physics of Fluids
(2020)
32,
063304
Structure evolution at early stage of boundary-layer transition: simulation and experiment
XY Jiang, CB Lee, X Chen, CR Smith, PF Linden
– Journal of Fluid Mechanics
(2020)
890,
a11
Flow structures in transitional and turbulent boundary layers
C Lee, X Jiang
– Physics of Fluids
(2019)
31,
111301
Iterative PIV interrogation for complex wall-bounded flows
Y Zhu, X Jiang, Y Zhang, C Lee
– Measurement Science and Technology
(2019)
30,
095302
The evolution of coherent vortical structures in increasingly turbulent stratified shear layers
X Jiang, A Lefauve, SB Dalziel, PF Linden
– Journal of Fluid Mechanics
The evolution of coherent vortical structures in increasingly turbulent stratified shear layers
X Jiang, A Lefauve, SB Dalziel, PF Linden

Research Groups

Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information
Environmental and Industrial Fluid Dynamics

Room

H0.15