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The twenty second overseas Congress of Theoretical and utilized Mechanics (ICTAM) of the overseas Union of Theoretical and utilized Mechanics used to be hosted by way of the Australasian mechanics group within the urban of Adelaide over the past week of August 2008. Over 1200 delegates met to debate the most recent improvement within the fields of theoretical and utilized mechanics. This quantity files the occasions of the congress and includes chosen papers from the sectional lectures and invited lectures awarded on the congresses six mini-symposia.

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Mechanics Down Under: Proceedings of the 22nd International Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, held in Adelaide, Australia, 24 - 29 August, 2008.

The twenty second foreign Congress of Theoretical and utilized Mechanics (ICTAM) of the foreign Union of Theoretical and utilized Mechanics used to be hosted by way of the Australasian mechanics group within the urban of Adelaide over the last week of August 2008. Over 1200 delegates met to debate the most recent improvement within the fields of theoretical and utilized mechanics.

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Dieudonn´e, France† Instability of steady and pulsatile flow in stenotic geometries Martin Griffith,† Thomas Leweke, Mark Thompson and Kerry Hourigan Monash University, Australia† 10578 10880 11197 11226 11717 L The Scientific Program Transition control in swept-wing boundary layers William Saric,† Andrew Carpenter and Helen Reed Texas A&M University, USA† Symmetry breaking in two-dimensional, diverging-channel flow Philip Haines,† Richard Hewitt and Andrew Hazel The University of Manchester, UK† Experiments on the elliptic instability in vortex pairs with axial core flow Thomas Leweke,† Cl´ement Roy, Thomas Leweke, Mark Thompson and Kerry Hourigan Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France† Interactions between wave motions and a spanwise array of streamwise streaks Jonathan Watmuff RMIT University, Australia Sensitivity and forcing response in separated boundary-layer flow Jean-Christophe Robinet,† Stefania Cherubini, Fr´ed´eric Alizard and Pietro De Palma SINUMEF Laboratory, France† Optimal perturbation in a channel flow: adjoint-based and Riccati-based control comparison Patricia Cathalifaud,† Laia Moret-Gabarro and Christophe Airiau Institut de M´ecanique des Fluides, France† Biglobal stability analysis of an unsteady separated flow with wall curvature Julio Soria,† Vassili Kitsios, Vassilis Theofilis, Andrew Ooi and Daniel Rodriguez Monash University, Australia† On investigation of sinusoidal and varicose instabilities of streaks in boundary layers Victor Kozlov,† Valery Chernoray and Lennart Loefdahl Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Russia† An experimental and numerical study of the Faraday instability with miscible liquids Sakir Amiroudine,† Ranga Narayanan and Farzam Zoueshtiagh Ecole Nationale Sup´erieure d’Arts et M´etiers, France† 11771 11777 10122 10722 10169 11629 10276 10303 10505 The Scientific Program Relaxation approach for stable PSE integration Seung Park† and Bing Gao Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea† Three-dimensional Richtmyer–Meshkov instability and turbulent mixing of a gas/liquid interface Hong-Hui Shi† and Qi-Wei Zhuo Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, China† Low frequency instabilities in the initial merging zone of an annular jet Maarten Vanierschot† and Eric van den Bulck Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium† Linear stability analysis of secondary instability of boundary layer flow on a two-dimensional airfoil Takashi Atobe,† Jun Hiyama, Takahiro Sumi and Takuji Kurotaki Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan† Instabilities in bluff plate boundary layers Mark Thompson† and Hemant Chaurasia Monash University, Australia† Electrohydrodynamic instability in a horizontal Poiseuille flow with an electrical conductivity gradient Min-Hsing Chang,† An-Cheng Ruo, Falin Chen and Zhi-Wen Xiao Tatung University, Taiwan† Conditionally-sampled velocity in an oscillating-triangular-jet nozzle Peter Lanspeary,† Soon-Kong Lee and Peter Kalt The University of Adelaide, Australia† Vortex structure in an oscillating-triangular-jet nozzle Soon-Kong Lee,† Peter Lanspeary and Peter Kalt The University of Adelaide, Australia† Flow destabilization and chaotic mixing in the channel with transversely corrugated walls Slawomir Blonski,† Tomasz Kowalewski and Jacek Szumbarski Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Poland† Dynamics of a fluid inside a precessing cylinder Romain Lagrange,† Fran¸cois Nadal, Christophe Eloy and Patrice Meunier IRPHE, CNRS and Aix-Marseille Universit´e, France† LI 11113 11136 11237 11538 12117 11571 11218 11782 11606 11817 Primary and secondary instability of the boundary layer in a rotating annulus 11141 Bertrand Viaud,† Jean-Marc Chomaz, Eric Serre and Bertrand Viaud French Air Force, France† LII The Scientific Program Poincar´ e section analysis of an experimental frequency intermittency in an open cavity flow Fran¸cois Lusseyran,† Christophe Letellier, Thierry Faure and Luc Pastur LIMSI, CNRS, France† Spatial optimal disturbances in swept attachment-line boundary layers Patrick Huerre,† Peter Schmid and Alan Guegan Ecole Polytechnique, France† Spatial-temporal stability of mixed forced-free convection boundary layers Eunice Mureithi† and Jim Denier University of Pretoria, South Africa† On the instability of vortices embedded in shear flows Philip Hall Imperial College London, UK 11329 12061 11569 11990 FM11 :: Flow in thin films Chairs: Serafim Kalliadasis (UK) and Leonard Schwartz (USA) Thin film flows over real surfaces Yeaw Lee,† Philip Gaskell and Harvey Thompson University of Leeds, UK† 11851 Interfacial turbulence in falling liquid films Serafim Kalliadasis,† Sergey Vlaskin, Eugene Kalaidin and Eugene Demekhin Imperial College London, UK† 10518 A general free surface rule for Stokes flow of fluid films over obstacles Markus Scholle,† Nuri Aksel, Harvey Thompson, Mark Wilson and Philip Gaskell University of Bayreuth, Germany† Experimental and theoretical modelling of ice sheet–shelf grounding lines Grae Worster,† Herbert Huppert and Rosalyn Robison University of Cambridge, UK† Structure of a pure-vapor–liquid contact line on a heated substrate: truncated adsorbed microfilms and the spreading coefficient Alexey Rednikov† and Pierre Colinet Universit´e Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium† 11482 11496 11955 The Scientific Program LIII Are outside corners more difficult to coat than inside ones?

A. Dieudonn´e, France† Instability of steady and pulsatile flow in stenotic geometries Martin Griffith,† Thomas Leweke, Mark Thompson and Kerry Hourigan Monash University, Australia† 10578 10880 11197 11226 11717 L The Scientific Program Transition control in swept-wing boundary layers William Saric,† Andrew Carpenter and Helen Reed Texas A&M University, USA† Symmetry breaking in two-dimensional, diverging-channel flow Philip Haines,† Richard Hewitt and Andrew Hazel The University of Manchester, UK† Experiments on the elliptic instability in vortex pairs with axial core flow Thomas Leweke,† Cl´ement Roy, Thomas Leweke, Mark Thompson and Kerry Hourigan Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France† Interactions between wave motions and a spanwise array of streamwise streaks Jonathan Watmuff RMIT University, Australia Sensitivity and forcing response in separated boundary-layer flow Jean-Christophe Robinet,† Stefania Cherubini, Fr´ed´eric Alizard and Pietro De Palma SINUMEF Laboratory, France† Optimal perturbation in a channel flow: adjoint-based and Riccati-based control comparison Patricia Cathalifaud,† Laia Moret-Gabarro and Christophe Airiau Institut de M´ecanique des Fluides, France† Biglobal stability analysis of an unsteady separated flow with wall curvature Julio Soria,† Vassili Kitsios, Vassilis Theofilis, Andrew Ooi and Daniel Rodriguez Monash University, Australia† On investigation of sinusoidal and varicose instabilities of streaks in boundary layers Victor Kozlov,† Valery Chernoray and Lennart Loefdahl Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Russia† An experimental and numerical study of the Faraday instability with miscible liquids Sakir Amiroudine,† Ranga Narayanan and Farzam Zoueshtiagh Ecole Nationale Sup´erieure d’Arts et M´etiers, France† 11771 11777 10122 10722 10169 11629 10276 10303 10505 The Scientific Program Relaxation approach for stable PSE integration Seung Park† and Bing Gao Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea† Three-dimensional Richtmyer–Meshkov instability and turbulent mixing of a gas/liquid interface Hong-Hui Shi† and Qi-Wei Zhuo Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, China† Low frequency instabilities in the initial merging zone of an annular jet Maarten Vanierschot† and Eric van den Bulck Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium† Linear stability analysis of secondary instability of boundary layer flow on a two-dimensional airfoil Takashi Atobe,† Jun Hiyama, Takahiro Sumi and Takuji Kurotaki Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan† Instabilities in bluff plate boundary layers Mark Thompson† and Hemant Chaurasia Monash University, Australia† Electrohydrodynamic instability in a horizontal Poiseuille flow with an electrical conductivity gradient Min-Hsing Chang,† An-Cheng Ruo, Falin Chen and Zhi-Wen Xiao Tatung University, Taiwan† Conditionally-sampled velocity in an oscillating-triangular-jet nozzle Peter Lanspeary,† Soon-Kong Lee and Peter Kalt The University of Adelaide, Australia† Vortex structure in an oscillating-triangular-jet nozzle Soon-Kong Lee,† Peter Lanspeary and Peter Kalt The University of Adelaide, Australia† Flow destabilization and chaotic mixing in the channel with transversely corrugated walls Slawomir Blonski,† Tomasz Kowalewski and Jacek Szumbarski Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Poland† Dynamics of a fluid inside a precessing cylinder Romain Lagrange,† Fran¸cois Nadal, Christophe Eloy and Patrice Meunier IRPHE, CNRS and Aix-Marseille Universit´e, France† LI 11113 11136 11237 11538 12117 11571 11218 11782 11606 11817 Primary and secondary instability of the boundary layer in a rotating annulus 11141 Bertrand Viaud,† Jean-Marc Chomaz, Eric Serre and Bertrand Viaud French Air Force, France† LII The Scientific Program Poincar´ e section analysis of an experimental frequency intermittency in an open cavity flow Fran¸cois Lusseyran,† Christophe Letellier, Thierry Faure and Luc Pastur LIMSI, CNRS, France† Spatial optimal disturbances in swept attachment-line boundary layers Patrick Huerre,† Peter Schmid and Alan Guegan Ecole Polytechnique, France† Spatial-temporal stability of mixed forced-free convection boundary layers Eunice Mureithi† and Jim Denier University of Pretoria, South Africa† On the instability of vortices embedded in shear flows Philip Hall Imperial College London, UK 11329 12061 11569 11990 FM11 :: Flow in thin films Chairs: Serafim Kalliadasis (UK) and Leonard Schwartz (USA) Thin film flows over real surfaces Yeaw Lee,† Philip Gaskell and Harvey Thompson University of Leeds, UK† 11851 Interfacial turbulence in falling liquid films Serafim Kalliadasis,† Sergey Vlaskin, Eugene Kalaidin and Eugene Demekhin Imperial College London, UK† 10518 A general free surface rule for Stokes flow of fluid films over obstacles Markus Scholle,† Nuri Aksel, Harvey Thompson, Mark Wilson and Philip Gaskell University of Bayreuth, Germany† Experimental and theoretical modelling of ice sheet–shelf grounding lines Grae Worster,† Herbert Huppert and Rosalyn Robison University of Cambridge, UK† Structure of a pure-vapor–liquid contact line on a heated substrate: truncated adsorbed microfilms and the spreading coefficient Alexey Rednikov† and Pierre Colinet Universit´e Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium† 11482 11496 11955 The Scientific Program LIII Are outside corners more difficult to coat than inside ones?

Dieudonn´e, France† Instability of steady and pulsatile flow in stenotic geometries Martin Griffith,† Thomas Leweke, Mark Thompson and Kerry Hourigan Monash University, Australia† 10578 10880 11197 11226 11717 L The Scientific Program Transition control in swept-wing boundary layers William Saric,† Andrew Carpenter and Helen Reed Texas A&M University, USA† Symmetry breaking in two-dimensional, diverging-channel flow Philip Haines,† Richard Hewitt and Andrew Hazel The University of Manchester, UK† Experiments on the elliptic instability in vortex pairs with axial core flow Thomas Leweke,† Cl´ement Roy, Thomas Leweke, Mark Thompson and Kerry Hourigan Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France† Interactions between wave motions and a spanwise array of streamwise streaks Jonathan Watmuff RMIT University, Australia Sensitivity and forcing response in separated boundary-layer flow Jean-Christophe Robinet,† Stefania Cherubini, Fr´ed´eric Alizard and Pietro De Palma SINUMEF Laboratory, France† Optimal perturbation in a channel flow: adjoint-based and Riccati-based control comparison Patricia Cathalifaud,† Laia Moret-Gabarro and Christophe Airiau Institut de M´ecanique des Fluides, France† Biglobal stability analysis of an unsteady separated flow with wall curvature Julio Soria,† Vassili Kitsios, Vassilis Theofilis, Andrew Ooi and Daniel Rodriguez Monash University, Australia† On investigation of sinusoidal and varicose instabilities of streaks in boundary layers Victor Kozlov,† Valery Chernoray and Lennart Loefdahl Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Russia† An experimental and numerical study of the Faraday instability with miscible liquids Sakir Amiroudine,† Ranga Narayanan and Farzam Zoueshtiagh Ecole Nationale Sup´erieure d’Arts et M´etiers, France† 11771 11777 10122 10722 10169 11629 10276 10303 10505 The Scientific Program Relaxation approach for stable PSE integration Seung Park† and Bing Gao Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea† Three-dimensional Richtmyer–Meshkov instability and turbulent mixing of a gas/liquid interface Hong-Hui Shi† and Qi-Wei Zhuo Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, China† Low frequency instabilities in the initial merging zone of an annular jet Maarten Vanierschot† and Eric van den Bulck Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium† Linear stability analysis of secondary instability of boundary layer flow on a two-dimensional airfoil Takashi Atobe,† Jun Hiyama, Takahiro Sumi and Takuji Kurotaki Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan† Instabilities in bluff plate boundary layers Mark Thompson† and Hemant Chaurasia Monash University, Australia† Electrohydrodynamic instability in a horizontal Poiseuille flow with an electrical conductivity gradient Min-Hsing Chang,† An-Cheng Ruo, Falin Chen and Zhi-Wen Xiao Tatung University, Taiwan† Conditionally-sampled velocity in an oscillating-triangular-jet nozzle Peter Lanspeary,† Soon-Kong Lee and Peter Kalt The University of Adelaide, Australia† Vortex structure in an oscillating-triangular-jet nozzle Soon-Kong Lee,† Peter Lanspeary and Peter Kalt The University of Adelaide, Australia† Flow destabilization and chaotic mixing in the channel with transversely corrugated walls Slawomir Blonski,† Tomasz Kowalewski and Jacek Szumbarski Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Poland† Dynamics of a fluid inside a precessing cylinder Romain Lagrange,† Fran¸cois Nadal, Christophe Eloy and Patrice Meunier IRPHE, CNRS and Aix-Marseille Universit´e, France† LI 11113 11136 11237 11538 12117 11571 11218 11782 11606 11817 Primary and secondary instability of the boundary layer in a rotating annulus 11141 Bertrand Viaud,† Jean-Marc Chomaz, Eric Serre and Bertrand Viaud French Air Force, France† LII The Scientific Program Poincar´ e section analysis of an experimental frequency intermittency in an open cavity flow Fran¸cois Lusseyran,† Christophe Letellier, Thierry Faure and Luc Pastur LIMSI, CNRS, France† Spatial optimal disturbances in swept attachment-line boundary layers Patrick Huerre,† Peter Schmid and Alan Guegan Ecole Polytechnique, France† Spatial-temporal stability of mixed forced-free convection boundary layers Eunice Mureithi† and Jim Denier University of Pretoria, South Africa† On the instability of vortices embedded in shear flows Philip Hall Imperial College London, UK 11329 12061 11569 11990 FM11 :: Flow in thin films Chairs: Serafim Kalliadasis (UK) and Leonard Schwartz (USA) Thin film flows over real surfaces Yeaw Lee,† Philip Gaskell and Harvey Thompson University of Leeds, UK† 11851 Interfacial turbulence in falling liquid films Serafim Kalliadasis,† Sergey Vlaskin, Eugene Kalaidin and Eugene Demekhin Imperial College London, UK† 10518 A general free surface rule for Stokes flow of fluid films over obstacles Markus Scholle,† Nuri Aksel, Harvey Thompson, Mark Wilson and Philip Gaskell University of Bayreuth, Germany† Experimental and theoretical modelling of ice sheet–shelf grounding lines Grae Worster,† Herbert Huppert and Rosalyn Robison University of Cambridge, UK† Structure of a pure-vapor–liquid contact line on a heated substrate: truncated adsorbed microfilms and the spreading coefficient Alexey Rednikov† and Pierre Colinet Universit´e Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium† 11482 11496 11955 The Scientific Program LIII Are outside corners more difficult to coat than inside ones?

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