Page personnelle – Diogo Barros


Maître de Conférences / Assistant Professor

Aix Marseille Université, IUT (GCGP)

Laboratoire IUSTI, CNRS
5 rue Enrico Fermi, 13453 Marseille, France

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My research field is fluid mechanics. The focus is on the development and application of advanced experimental methods to understand diverse flow phenomena encountered in engineering and interdisciplinary fields. Current research topics include:

  • Heat transfer scaling and thermal response of hot-wires in supersonic flow
  • Flow diagnostics of particle-laden supersonic jets
  • Propagation of shock waves
  • Particle tracking and particle image velocimetry
  • Turbulent shear flows, flow control


[12] K. Kokmanian, D.C. Barros, M. Hultmark & P. Dupont, Heat transfer measurements of a nanoscale hot-wire in supersonic flow              Experiments in Fluids, 62, 171, 2021 (Copyright: Springer Nature)

[11] M. Brasseur, M. Vandenboomgaerde, C. Mariani, D.C. Barros, D. Souffland, G. Jourdan, Experimental generation of spherical converging..  Experiments in Fluids, 62, 156, 2021 (Copyright: Springer Nature)

[10] K. Sasaki, D.C. Barros, A.V.G. Cavalieri & L. Larchevêque, Causality in the shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interaction                    Physical Review Fluids, 6, 064609, 2021 (Copyright : American Physical Society)

[9] D.C. Barros, Y. Duan, D.R. Troolin & E.K. Longmire, Air-filled soap bubbles for volumetric velocity measurements                                            Experiments in Fluids, 62 (36), 2021 (Copyright: Springer Nature)

[8] Y.H. Tee, D.C. Barros & E.K. Longmire, Motion of finite-size spheres released in a turbulent boundary layer                                                          International Journal of Multiphase Flow 133, 103462, 2020 (Copyright: Elsevier)

[7] D. Barros, B. Hiltbrand & E.K. Longmire, Measurement of the translation and rotation of a sphere in fluid flow                                                Experiments in Fluids, 59:104, 2018 (Copyright: Springer Nature)

[6] D. Barros, J. Borée, O. Cadot, A. Spohn & B.R. Noack, Forcing symmetry exchanges and flow reversals in turbulent wakes                            Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 829, R1, 2017 (Copyright: Cambridge University Press)

[5] R. Li, D. Barros, J. Borée, O. Cadot, B.R. Noack & L. Cordier, Feedback control of bimodal wake dynamics                                                        Experiments in Fluids, 57 (10),158, 2016 (Copyright: Springer Nature)

[4] D. Barros, J. Borée, B. R. Noack, A. Spohn & T. Ruiz, Bluff body drag manipulation using pulsed jets and Coanda effect                                 Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 805, 429-455, 2016 (Copyright: Cambridge University Press)

[3] D. Barros, J. Borée, B.R. Noack & A. Spohn, Resonances in the forced turbulent wake past a 3D blunt body                                                      Physics of Fluids, 28(6), 065104, 2016 (Copyright: AIP Publishing)

[2] D. Barros, T. Ruiz, J. Borée & B.R. Noack, Control of a three-dimensional blunt body wake using low and high frequency pulsed jets International Journal Flow Control, 6(1), 61-74, 2014 (Copyright: Multi Science Publishing)

[1] J. Östh, B.R. Noack, S. Krajnovic, D. Barros & J. Borée, On the need for a nonlinear subscale turbulence term in POD models as exemplified..  Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 747, 518-544, 2014 (Copyright: Cambridge University Press)


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