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# Physics Today : letters to the editor

Posted by sam on Apr 11, 2016 in Blog, On the web | 3 comments

Read More# Video Lesson – 07/06/2013 – Hydrodynamic Modelling of Pilot-Wave and boucing droplet coupling in a Faraday Problem

Posted by sam on Jul 21, 2014 in Blog, On the web, Videos | 0 comments

“Recent experiments by two groups, Yves Couder (Paris) and John

Bush (MIT) have shown experimentally that droplets will bounce on the

surface of a vertically vibrated bath (instead of coalescing with it),

generating a Faraday-type wavefield at every bounce. From this state, a

pitchfork symmetry breaking bifurcation leads to a “walking” state whereby

the bouncing droplet is “guided” by the self-generated wavefield – the

droplet’s pilot wave. Once this state is achieved a large array of

interesting dynamics ensues with surprising analogies to quantum

mechanical behaviour. We will present a coupled particle-fluid model that

can can be used simulate the dynamics of this problem. This is joint work

with John Bush, Andre Nachbin (IMPA) and Carlos Galeano (IMPA)”

# Simons Foundation talks about the walker research

Posted by sam on Jun 25, 2014 in Blog, On the web | 0 comments

An interesting (almost) state of the art review with historical perspectives and some (negative) nobel prizes insights.

http://www.simonsfoundation.org/quanta/20140624-fluid-tests-hint-at-concrete-quantum-reality/

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- Pilot-Wave Hydrodynamics (Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics 2015) September 26, 2015
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- A trajectory equation for walking droplets : hydrodynamic pilot-wave theory
- Influence of memory on trajectory in a harmonic potential
- A model for Faraday pilot waves over variable topography
- Non-specular reflection of walking droplets
- Self-attraction into spinning eigenstates of a mobile wave source by its emission back-reaction
- Onset of chaos in orbital pilot-wave dynamics
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