Bouncing, colliding, mixing, dancing, floating droplets

Posted by sam on May 6, 2013 | 5 comments

Bouncing, colliding, mixing, dancing, floating droplets

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- Austrian Institute for Nonlinear Studies (AINS) – Gerhard Groessing
- Berkeley University – TAF LAB
- Caltech Mc Keon Research Group
- Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada – Andre Nachbin and Carlos Galeano
- MIT – John BUSH
- St. Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute – Dr. Valeriy Sbitnev
- Università degli Studi di Palermo – Pr. Diego Molteni –
- Université de Liège – Quandrops
- Université Paris Diderot – Yves Couder
- University of Bath – PAUL MILEWSKI
- University of Cambridge – Computer Laboratory – Dr Robert Brady

- Spin Lattice of walking droplets June 20, 2018
- Statistical projection effects in a hydrodynamic pilot-wave system June 19, 2018
- Quantum physics Dropwise June 18, 2018
- EmQm17 October 22, 2017
- Walking droplet above cavities October 17, 2017
- Faraday wave droplet dynamics : discret time analysis October 17, 2017
- Tunneling with a hydrodynamic pilot-wave model October 17, 2017
- Walking droplets in linear channels October 17, 2017
- Self-propulsion and crossing statistics under random initial conditions October 17, 2017
- A trajectory equation for walking droplets : hydrodynamic pilot-wave theory October 17, 2017
- Influence of memory on trajectory in a harmonic potential January 22, 2017
- A model for Faraday pilot waves over variable topography January 22, 2017
- Non-specular reflection of walking droplets January 22, 2017
- Self-attraction into spinning eigenstates of a mobile wave source by its emission back-reaction January 22, 2017
- Onset of chaos in orbital pilot-wave dynamics January 15, 2017
- Surface topography measurements of the bouncing droplet experiment December 4, 2016
- Momentum exchange in the electron double-slit experiment November 29, 2016
- Double-slit experiment with single wave-driven particles and its relation to quantum mechanics October 12, 2016
- New reference website from Paris Couder & Fort Team October 7, 2016
- Shedding light on pilot-wave phenomena September 17, 2016
- Neimark–Sacker bifurcation and evidence of chaos in a discrete dynamical model of walkers September 17, 2016
- Wave-Based Turing Machine: Time Reversal and Information Erasing September 17, 2016
- Transition Orbits of Walking Droplets August 15, 2016
- emergence of statistical pattern in a 1D cavity August 5, 2016
- Quantumlike statistics of deterministic waveparticle interactions in a circular cavity July 13, 2016
- Retro-influence of a square cavity on a circular standing wave May 22, 2016
- Square cavity May 22, 2016
- Rainbow colored dotwave May 22, 2016
- Dotwave picture on Phys.org May 22, 2016
- Faraday wave lattice as an elastic metamaterial May 22, 2016
- Scattering theory of walking droplets in the presence of obstacles May 22, 2016
- Nonlinear Generation of Vorticity by Surface Waves May 21, 2016
- Pilot-wave dynamics in a harmonic potential : Quantization and stability of circular orbits May 2, 2016
- Physics Today : letters to the editor April 11, 2016
- Faraday pilot wave dynamics : modelling and computation April 10, 2016
- Dynamics and statistics of wave-particle interactions in a confined geometry April 10, 2016
- Displacement of an Electrically Charged Drop on a Vibrating Bath April 10, 2016
- Emergent quantization in a square box April 5, 2016
- Mini Colloque RNL 2016 : Dualité onde-corpuscule à l’échelle macroscopique March 15, 2016
- Smoothed Particles Hydrodynamics numerical simulations of droplets walking on viscous vibrating fluid January 25, 2016
- Revisiting time reversal and holography with spacetime transformations. October 12, 2015
- Waveguides for walking droplets October 12, 2015
- Pilot-Wave Hydrodynamics (Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics 2015) September 26, 2015
- On the analogy of quantum wave-particle duality with bouncing droplets September 26, 2015
- Strings of droplets propelled by coherent waves September 26, 2015
- Interaction of two walkers: Wave-mediated energy and force September 26, 2015
- Build-up of macroscopic eigenstates in a memory-based constrained system September 25, 2015
- Parametrically excited water surface ripples as ensembles of oscillons September 24, 2015
- DotWave Keynote at XLIM Lab in Limoges June 19, 2015
- Une mémoire ondulatoire : États propres, Chaos et Probabilités June 12, 2015
- The wave-induced added mass of walking droplets May 12, 2015
- Generating uniaxial vibration with an electrodynamic shaker and external air bearing May 12, 2015
- A low‑cost, precise piezoelectric droplet‑on‑demand generator May 12, 2015
- Chaos Driven by Interfering Memory May 12, 2015
- Étude d’une dynamique à mémoire de chemin: une expérimentation théorique May 12, 2015
- “Fingers and Holes in a Shaken Cornstrach Solution” sur YouTube August 17, 2014
- Birth of a dotwave (Un rebond peut en cacher un autre) August 3, 2014
- Video Lesson – 07/06/2013 – Hydrodynamic Modelling of Pilot-Wave and boucing droplet coupling in a Faraday Problem July 21, 2014
- Bouncing droplet project — single-slit diffraction July 21, 2014
- SPH Simulation of a walking droplet July 20, 2014

- sam on A low‑cost, precise piezoelectric droplet‑on‑demand generator
- jitendra on A low‑cost, precise piezoelectric droplet‑on‑demand generator
- jitendra on A low‑cost, precise piezoelectric droplet‑on‑demand generator
- yeptube on Statistical projection effects in a hydrodynamic pilot-wave system
- sam on “Tunnel effect “
- Carlos on “Tunnel effect “
- yonglip on Particle in a box – DotWave Self-Interference tracking and statistics
- guest on bouncing droplets
- sam on EmQm17
- Paul Bancroft on EmQm17

- Spin Lattice of walking droplets
- Statistical projection effects in a hydrodynamic pilot-wave system
- Quantum physics Dropwise
- EmQm17
- Walking droplet above cavities
- Faraday wave droplet dynamics : discret time analysis
- Tunneling with a hydrodynamic pilot-wave model
- Walking droplets in linear channels
- Self-propulsion and crossing statistics under random initial conditions
- 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

- Austrian Institute for Nonlinear Studies (AINS) – Gerhard Groessing
- Berkeley University – TAF LAB
- Caltech Mc Keon Research Group
- Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada – Andre Nachbin and Carlos Galeano
- MIT – John BUSH
- St. Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute – Dr. Valeriy Sbitnev
- Università degli Studi di Palermo – Pr. Diego Molteni –
- Université de Liège – Quandrops
- Université Paris Diderot – Yves Couder
- University of Bath – PAUL MILEWSKI
- University of Cambridge – Computer Laboratory – Dr Robert Brady

Andersen A.
Anderson R.
Bach R.
Bastin T.
Batelaan H.
Boudaoud A.
Brady R.
Brun P. T.
Bush J. W.
Couder Y.
Cristea-Platon T.
Decelle A.
Dorbolo S.
Eddi A.
Ellegaard C.
Faria L. M.
Filoux B.
Fort E.
Galeano Rios C.
Gautier C. H
Gilet T.
Harris D. M.
Hubert M.
Labousse M.
Lautrup B.
Lieber S. I.
Madsen J.
Martin J.
Milewsky P.
Moisy F.
Molteni D.
Moláček J.
Moukhtar J.
Nachbin A.
Oza A. U.
Perrard S.
Protière S.
Pucci G.
Reichelt C.
Rosales R. R.
Saenz P. J.
Schlagheck P.
Terwagne D.
Vandewalle N.
Wind-Willassen Ø.

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Dear Heligone,

Well, after what I think is my most arduous work on some text in several years, I finally got my first post out.

I talk a little about you too.

http://classicalfluidparticlephysics.tumblr.com/

“Classical Fluid Model of Particle Physics” on Tumblr.com

I hope you got my last reply to your comments.

http://walkingdroplet.com/bouncing-droplets/#comment-158

I talked about the LEDs and computer visual object recognition.

I also replied that I need a little more time to present the new developments I there were in the subjects. Making this first post took a really long time. I wasn’t expecting for that.

I actually broke down my introduction into two parts so I could post earlier. It was already taking two full days of work.

The second part should be easier since its mostly done. But I am prioritizing the new subject, so if the second part takes too long I will skip it until I post on the news.

And thanks again for spreading the word about walkingdroplet.com on your tumblr. I’m really eager to to read about your developments soon !

Dear Heligone,

My new article is here!

Classical Fluid Dynamics Theory of Mechanics

http://classicalfluidparticlephysics.tumblr.com/post/50079617935/fluid-dynamics-mechanics

I also notice your makeover of the blog! It looks great! The website description sentence is beautifully placed. That sliding bar with the recent articles, their pictures and descriptions is phenomenal. You were very tasteful and skillful to make this, congratulations.

I only miss a little box section with your scholarly materials. That I think is a very important to be visible and accessible on the front page, it gives the your whole work great value. I also suggest you to write more about the experiments and some reviews about the academic papers, no matter how raw or tentative, it shows visitors some of your own ideas.

Do you have an email I can reach you from time to time? If you can sent a quick message to the one I used to post so I can have your email I would appreciate.

I hope your week is being productive and joyful,

Peace

Daniel

Dear Daniel,

Your recent post has made me discover the work of Robert Brady, and I thank you for that, because it is very interesting …and furthermore related to my own workshop experiments 🙂

I have not yet fully understood how he can relate its “sonon” to Couder’s Walking droplet, but I will try and study more.

It has given me the idea to try and build a sonon generator machine, inspired by the way doplhins do … Maybe in a few years because I have still many things to do with droplets.

I also appreciate your encouragment and advice about my blog, which I surely will follow … Slowly by slowly.

About the links to scholarly materials, they are still available at the “bibliography” link in the menu bar. I also plan to write more, like reviews of article, but as you may know, this is very time consuming … 😉

Check your inbox for my email

Amicalement

Heligone

Dear Heligone,

You are welcome for the points on the work of Robert Brady.

Your idea about an experimental sonon device is amazing! Of course your work with the droplets should continue, they are of great importance.

Brady talks about the sonon and the walking droplet correspondent properties in his presentation at Warwick. He displays the report on Yves Couder from his TV appearance and then talks about that: http://youtu.be/fmzRqAi2cDs?t=9m2s

About the Bibliography link, I was thinking you should put a little box with the specific articles titles. It doesn’t have to be big. The same size as the Categories box would be good. Thats what I meant and I think it will be worth it because it gives skeptical people direct access to scientific literature and shows Yves original work as a established scientist from which you drew inspiration.

To ease up the work on writing things, I think you could write some blurbs, short sentences and ideas, in similar fashion of lecture notes, nothing fancy. And then publish those on a special feed on your blog, or going as the text for your video posts, so that readers have little peek on whats on your mind.

I am really looking forward for how you plan to replicate the walking droplet double slit experiment. And your videos are also becoming much more visually attractive, keep it up.

sincerely yours,

Daniel

Classical Fluid Dynamics Theory of Mechanics

http://classicalfluidparticlephysics.tumblr.com/post/50079617935/fluid-dynamics-mechanics