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CATHALIFAUD Patricia

PNG - 1 Mo

Maître de Conférences

Institut de Mécanique des Fluides de Toulouse

groupe EMT2

catalifo@imft.fr

Tel : +33 5-34-32-29-31 (IMFT)

+33 5-61-55-67-95 (UPS)


Responsable du projet IDEX ROMBA


  • Thématiques de recherche
    • Contrôle des écoulements / Flow control
    • Analyse asymptotique / Asymptotic analysis
    • Autorégulation cérébrale / Cerebral aotoregulation
  • Enseignements
    • M2R DET : Contrôle des écoulements
    • M2P Habitat : Tp Fluent
    • M1 : Calcul scientifique
    • L3 : Calcul scientifique
    • L1 : Physique, Mécanique
  • Publications
    • Cathalifaud P. ; Maher M. ; Zagzoule M. A one-dimensional model of wave propagation within the co-axial viscous fluid filled spinal cavity. 3rd International CSF Dynamics Symposium, July 2015 (Amiens, France).
    • Zagzoule M. ; Cathalifaud P ; Cousteix J. ; Mauss J. Uniformly valid asymptotic flow analysis in curved channels. PHYSICS OF FLUIDS, 24(1), 2012. doi link
    • Cathalifaud P ; Zagzoule M. ; Cousteix J. ; Mauss J. High Reynolds Channel Flows : Upstream Interaction of Various Wall Deformations. In : Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, 81, page 65 , 2011. doi link
    • Zagzoule M. ; Cathalifaud P ; Cousteix J. ; Mauss J. High Reynolds channel flows : variable curvature. In : Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, 81, page 245, 2011. doi link
    • Cathalifaud P ; Mauss J ; Cousteix, J. Non linear aspects of high Reynolds number channel flows. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MECHANICS B-FLUIDS, 2010. doi link
    • Mauss J ; Cathalifaud P ; Cousteix J. Antisymmetric aspects of a perturbed channel flow. In : Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, 69, 217-225, 2009. doi link
    • Cathalifaud, P ; Godard, G ; Braud, C ; Stanislas, M. The flow structure behind vortex generators embedded in a decelerating turbulent boundary layer. JOURNAL OF TURBULENCE, 10(42), 1-37, 2009. doi link
    • Debbagh, K ; Cathalifaud, P ; Airiau, C. Optimal and robust control of small disturbances in a channel flow with a normal magnetic field. PHYSICS OF FLUIDS, 19(1), 2007. doi link
    • Debbagh, K ; Cathalifaud, P ; Airiau, C. Optimal and robust control of magnetohydrodynamic channel flow instabilities. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASME FLUIDS ENGINEERING DIVISON SUMMER CONFERENCE, VOL 2, 763-769, 2006.
    • Cathalifaud, P ; Bewley, TR. A noncausal framework for model-based feedback control of spatially developing perturbations in boundary-layer flow systems. Part I : formulation. SYSTEMS & CONTROL LETTERS, 51(1), 1-13, 2004. doi link
    • Cathalifaud, P ; Bewley, TR. A noncausal framework for model-based feedback control of spatially developing perturbations in boundary-layer flow systems. Part II : numerical simulations using state feedback. SYSTEMS & CONTROL LETTERS, 51(1), 15-22, 2004. doi link
    • Cathalifaud, P ; Bewley, TR. A noncausal strategy for feedback control of spatially-parabolic flow systems. 42ND IEEE CONFERENCE ON DECISION AND CONTROL, VOLS 1-6, PROCEEDINGS, 318-323, 2003. doi link
    • Cathalifaud, P ; Luchini, P. Algebraic growth in boundary layers : optimal control by blowing and suction at the wall. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MECHANICS B-FLUIDS, 19(4), 469-490, 2000. doi link
    • Cathalifaud, P ; Luchini, P. Optimal control by blowing and suction at the wall of algebraically growing boundary layer disturbances. LAMINAR-TURBULENT TRANSITION, 307-312, 2000.

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