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Bjornar Sandnes Jul 15
1st July marked the start of a new project – Frictional flow patterns shaped by viscous and capillary forces (FriicFlow) – funded by . The project is a collaboration between at , Chris MacMinn at , and .
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Bjornar Sandnes Jun 20
Geometric universality and anomalous diffusion in frictional fingers via Featuring the biggest labyrinths on earth.
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FY! Fluid Dynamics 12 Apr 18
Pushing a fluid into a porous granular material can fracture it into branching, lightning-like patterns.
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Bjornar Sandnes 2 Mar 18
Cracking the particle packing
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Bjornar Sandnes 23 Feb 18
Phys. Rev. Fluids 3, 013801 (2018) - Pattern formation of frictional fingers in a gravitational potential
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EMSC 17 Feb 18
More than 1 000 felt reports after M5 in region 16 min ago
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Toussaint Renaud 11 Feb 18
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FY! Fluid Dynamics 7 Feb 18
ICYMI: Draining liquid from a cell partially filled with grains leaves a labyrinthine pattern.
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Bjornar Sandnes 7 Feb 18
Thank you to for featuring our work! FYFD
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FY! Fluid Dynamics 7 Feb 18
Draining liquid from a cell partially filled with grains leaves a labyrinthine pattern.
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Phys Rev Applied 24 Jan 18
Gas-Driven Fracturing of Saturated Granular Media
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FY! Fluid Dynamics 23 Jan 18
Gravel river beds tend to accumulate large particles near the surface as part of "armoring".
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Bjornar Sandnes 23 Jan 18
Study suggests high-pressure air injections could aid contaminated soil cleanups via
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Toussaint Renaud 21 Jan 18
Replying to @renaudriton
With the full-text paper available here:
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Bjornar Sandnes 22 Jan 18
cracks of air in wet sand
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Physics Central 20 Jan 18
In the Complex Flows Lab at , Prof. Bjornar Sandnes is unraveling the mysteries of how striking, nearly fractal patterns like these emerge in a system of nothing more than sand, air, and water.
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Physics Central 18 Jan 18
Complex Flows, Simple Rules: how does a system of nothing more than mud and air mirror the fractal beauty of biological life? Find out:
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Bjornar Sandnes 12 Jan 18
Frictional fingers in gravity via
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Bjornar Sandnes 10 Jan 18
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