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Prof David Dritschel

Prof David Dritschel
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Comparison of the Moist Parcel-In-Cell (MPIC) model with large-eddy simulation for an idealized cloud S. J. Böing, David Gerard Dritschel, D. J. Parker, A. M. Blyth
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society vol.In press
Imperfect bifurcation for the quasi-geostrophic shallow-water equations David Gerard Dritschel, Taoufik Hmidi, Coralie Renault
Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis 2019 vol.231 pp.1853-1915
On the regularity of the Green-Naghdi equations for a rotating shallow fluid layer David Gerard Dritschel, Mohammad Reza Jalali
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2019 vol.865 pp.100-136
Point mass dynamics on spherical hyper-surfaces David Gerard Dritschel
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. A, Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
The moist parcel-in-cell method for modelling moist convection David Gerard Dritschel, S. J. Böing, D. J. Parker, A. M. Blyth
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society vol.144 pp.1695-1718
Comparison of variational balance models for the rotating shallow water equations David Gerard Dritschel, Georg Gottwald, Marcel Oliver
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2017 vol.822 pp.689-716
Balanced solutions for an ellipsoidal vortex in a rotating stratified flow William Joseph McKiver, David Gerard Dritschel
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2016 vol.802 pp.333-358
Toward a PV-based algorithm for the dynamical core of hydrostatic global models Ali R. Mohebalhojeh, Mohammad Joghataei, David Gerard Dritschel
Monthly Weather Review 2016 vol.144 pp.2481-2502
Effect of Prandtl's ration on balance in geophysical turbulence David Gerard Dritschel, William Joseph McKiver
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2015 vol.777 pp.569-590
The motion of point vortices on closed surfaces David Gerard Dritschel, S Boatto
Proceedings of the Royal Society A - Mathematical, Physical & Engineering Sciences 2015 vol.471
Quasi-geostrophic shallow-water doubly-connected vortex equilibria and their stability David Gerard Dritschel
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2013 vol.723 pp.40-68
Two-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic turbulence in the small magnetic Prandtl number limit David Gerard Dritschel, Steve Tobias
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2012 vol.703 pp.85-98
Numerical simulation of shear-induced instabilities in internal solitary waves Magda Carr, Stuart Edward King, David Gerard Dritschel
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2011 vol.683 pp.263-288
Revisiting Batchelor's theory of two-dimensional turbulence David Gerard Dritschel, Chuong Van Tran, Richard Kirkness Scott
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2007 vol.591 pp.379-391
The persistence of balance in geophysical flows David Gerard Dritschel, A Viudez
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2007 vol.570 pp.365-383
Vanishing enstrophy dissipation in two-dimensional Navier--Stokes turbulence in the inviscid limit Chuong Van Tran, David Gerard Dritschel
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2006 vol.559 pp.107-116
The critical merger distance between two co-rotating quasi-geostrophic vortices Jean Noel Reinaud, David Gerard Dritschel
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2005 vol.522 pp.357-381
The quasi-geostrophic ellipsoidal vortex model David Gerard Dritschel, Jean Noel Reinaud, William J McKiver
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2004 vol.505 pp.201-223
A balanced approach to modelling rotating stably stratified geophysical flows David Gerard Dritschel, Alvaro Viúdez
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2003 vol.488 pp.123-150
The merger of vertically offset quasi-geostrophic vortices Jean Noel Reinaud, David Gerard Dritschel
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 2002 vol.469 pp.287-315

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