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Henry Burridge

Henry  Burridge

Post-doctoral Research Associate


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Office Phone: 01223 764064

Research Interests

Henry is a member of the Environmental and Industrial Fluid Dynamics research group in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. His research interests include the transport of heat and mass by convection, and the modification of natural materials for use in buildings.

Key Publications

  •  H. C. Burridge, A. Mistry and G. R. Hunt (2015). The effect of source Reynolds number on the rise height of a fountain. Physics of Fluids, In Press.
  • G. R. Hunt and H. C. Burridge (2015). Fountains in industry and nature. Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics, 47, pp 195-220.
  • H. C. Burridge and G. R. Hunt (2014). Scaling arguments for the fluxes in turbulent miscible fountains. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 744, pp 273-285.
  • H. C. Burridge and G. R. Hunt (2013). The rhythm of fountains: the length and time scales of rise height fluctuations at low and high Froude numbers. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 728, pp 91-119.
  • H. C. Burridge and G. R. Hunt (2012). The rise heights of low- and high-Froude-number turbulent axisymmetric fountains. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 691, pp 392-416.

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