Currently submitted papers

Peer-reviewed papers

  1. 1.V. Dallas, A. Alexakis, The signature of initial conditions on magnetohydrodynamic turbulence, Astrophys. J. 788, L36 (2014) [link]

  2. 2.V.Dallas, A. Alexakis, Symmetry breaking of decaying magnetohydrodynamic Taylor-Green flows and consequences for universality, Phys. Rev. E 88, 063017 (2013) [link]

  3. 3.V.Dallas, A. Alexakis, Origins of the k−2 spectrum in decaying Taylor-Green magnetohydrodynamic turbulent flows, Phys. Rev. E 88, 053014 (2013) [link]

  4. 4.V.Dallas, A. Alexakis, Structures and dynamics of small scales in decaying magnetohydrodynamic turbulence, Phys. Fluids 25, 105106 (2013) [link]

  5. 5.V. Dallas, J. C. Vassilicos, Rapid growth of cloud droplets by turbulence, Phys. Rev.
    E, 84, 046315 (2011) [link]

  6. 6.V. Dallas, J. C. Vassilicos, G. F. Hewitt, Strong polymer-turbulence interactions in viscoelastic turbulent channel flow, Phys. Rev. E 82, 066303 (2010) [link]

  7. 7.V. Dallas, J. C. Vassilicos, G. F. Hewitt, Stagnation point von Karman coefficient, Phys. Rev. E 80, 046306 (2009) [link]

  8. 8.D. Baraldi, A. G. Venetsanos, E. Papanikolaou, M. Heitsch, V. Dallas, Numerical analysis of release, dispersion and combustion of liquid hydrogen in a mock-up hydrogen re-fuelling station, J. Loss Prevent. Proc. 22, 303-315 (2009) [link]

Conference Proceedings

  1. 1.V. Dallas, A. Alexakis, Self-organisation and non-linear dynamics in driven magnetohydrodynamic turbulent flows, submitted in Phys. Rev. E (e-print arXiv:1406.3068)

A list of my preprints can be found in the arXiv.

My work in the press

  1. 1.V. Dallas, J. C. Vassilicos, The multiscale structure of stagnation points in wall-turbulence and the law of the wall in turbulent channel flow, In Proc. Progress in wall turbulence: understanding and modelling, ERCOFTAC Series, Springer (2011); WALLTURB International Workshop, Lille, France, 2009 [link]

  2. 2.V. Dallas, J. C. Vassilicos, G. F. Hewitt, The mean flow profile of wall-bounded turbulence and its relation to turbulent flow topology, In Proc. Direct and Large Eddy Simulation VII, ERCOFTAC Series, Springer (2010); DLES7, Internation Center for Theoretical Physics “Abdus Salam”, Trieste, Italy, 2008 [link]

  3. 3.S. W. Coleman, C. J. Cotter, V. Dallas, T. Faber and J. C. Vassilicos, Towards a statistical mechanics of critical points in turbulence: a new approach to understanding, modelling and controlling turbulent flows, In Proc. Aeronautics Department Research Colloquium, Imperial College London, London, UK (2008) [link]

  4. 4.V. Dallas, J. C. Vassilicos, Direct numerical simulation of viscoelastic turbulent channel flow with inhomogeneous polymer distribution, In Proc. UK Turbulence Consortium Workshop; UKTC 2007, Southampton, UK (2007) [link]

  5. 5.V. Dallas, S. Shahrokh, Evaluation of Different Tip-Gap Mesh Styles and Topologies for Multi-Stage Blading, In Proc. Aerodynamic Design Optimisation Symposium; ADOS 2004 – Rolls-Royce, Derby, UK (2004)

  1. Physicists solve cloud formation puzzle, MIT Technology Review, January (2011)

  2. Powering up the turbulence of magnetic fields, PRACE Digest 2014: Special issue on the Tier-0 multi-year projects and distributed European Computing Initiative (2014)