Science and Art Symposium 2000: 3rd International Conference On Flow Interaction Of Science And Art With Exhibition/lectures On Int by A. GyrScience and Art Symposium 2000: 3rd International Conference On Flow Interaction Of Science And Art With Exhibition/lectures On Int by A. Gyr

Science and Art Symposium 2000: 3rd International Conference On Flow Interaction Of Science And Art…

byA. GyrEditorPetros D. Koumoutsakos, U. Burr

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Some words about SCART 2000. SCART stands for science and art. SCART meetings are organized in a loose time sequence by an international group of scientists, most of them fluid-dynamicists. The first meeting was held in Hong-Kong, the second one in Berlin, and the third, and latest, one in Zurich. SCART meetings include a scientific conference and a number of art events. The intention is to restart a dialogue between scientists and artists which was so productive in the past. To achieve this goal several lectures given by scientists at the conference are intended for a broader public. In the proceedings they are denoted as SCART lectures. The artists in tum address the main theme of the conference with their contributions. The lectures at SCART 2000 covered the entire field of fluiddynamics, from laminar flows in biological systems to astrophysical events, such as the explosion of a neutron star. The main exhibition by Dutch and Swiss artists showed video and related art under the title 'Walking on Air'. Experimental music was performed in two concerts.
Title:Science and Art Symposium 2000: 3rd International Conference On Flow Interaction Of Science And Art…Format:PaperbackDimensions:342 pagesPublished:October 13, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401058199

ISBN - 13:9789401058193


Table of Contents

Introduction; N. Zabusky. Scart-Lecture I: Scientific computing visualization - a new venue in the arts; N. Zabusky. Vortices. Vortex flows and the perception of movement in still images; L. Schouveiler, et al. Pairing and acoustics of azimuthally perturbed vortex rings; C.C.K. Tang, et al. Air entrainment by a wavy plate entering a pool of stagnant liquid; R. Delfos, J. Kocks. Numerical visualization of vortex interactions in confined flows using vortex methods; I. Mortazavi. Art is Dominant. Double-diffusive Christmas tree; A. Tsinober. Power of beauty: Stremwise vortices; N. Yurchenko. Scart Lecture III: Interaction between the `two cultures': art & Science; A. Tamir. Turbulence. Coherent Structures. Vortex packets and the structure of wall turbulence. Extended abstract; R.J. Adrian. The hidden structure and beauty in a round jet; S. McIlwain, et al. The interaction between longitudinal vortices in a channel flow visualized through seeding and hydrogen bubble techniques; H. Kocherscheidt, et al. Turbulence. Statistic Aspects. Choice of representation modes and color scales for visualization in computational fluid dynamics; M. Farge, K. Schneider. Extracting singularities in turbulent flow with real and complex wavelets; M. Haase. Art. Scart-Lecture IV: Vortism a Basic Art; G.E. Koppenwallner, L. Plotter. Visualization & Representation. Scart Lecture VI: Gallery of physical phenomena; S.V. Alekseenko, D. Markovich. The role of color in the optical visualization of flows with variable fluid density; W. Merzkirch, N. Ramesh. Stabilities. Direct Navier-Stokes simulations of unsteady vortex breakdown in a swirling jet; P. Chen, E. Meiburg. The transition within the subcritical regime of flow over a circular cylinder; K.W. Lo, N.W.M. Ko. Controling, Biofluidmechanics & Laminar Flows. Scart Lecture VII: Microfluidic systems for biological agent detection; Y.-F. Chen, et al. Artificial shark skin on its way to technical application; W. Hage, et al. Scart Lecture VIII: Medusoid vortex rings; P. Koumoutsakos, et al. Computational anatomy of human lung based on the fluid dynamics; R. Takaki, H. Kitaoka. Paradoxes of fish-like propulsion; L. Koryenna. Two-phase flow processes in porous media producing geometric patterns; I. Neuweiler, W. Kinzelbach. Waves. Scart Lecture IX: Flow patterns in ballet and fluid dynamics; T. Krasnopolskaya, V. Melechko. Postcomputational visualization of baroclinic wave drift; V. Goriatchev, et al. Art, history self-organization and coherent structures in fluid mechanics; S. Bardakhanov, S.A. Kozlov. Elasticity & Rheology. An experimental and numerical investigation of the free vibration of an elastic cylinder in a cross-flow; R.M.C. So, et al. Elongational behavior of highly dilute polymer solutions; B. Gampert, et al. MHD, Astro-Physics & Topology. Vision of numerical relativity 1999; W. Benger, et al. The ordering effect of magnetic fields on liquid metal vortex flows and its influence on heat transfer; U. Burr. Knots and braids on the sun; R. Ricca. Reconnection of elliptical vortex rings; A. Gyr, A. Müller. Vorticity induced by electrostatic forces; W. Egli, E.A. Gerteisen. Miscellaneous.