Mechanical & Aerospace Engeering
United States of America
Dr. Luc Deike is affiliated K318to Mechanical & Aerospace Engeering , Princeton University, where Dr. Luc Deike is currently working as Assistant professor. Dr. Luc Deike has authored and co-authored several national and international publications and also working as a reviewer for reputed professional journals. Dr. Luc Deike is having N330an active association with different societies and academies around the world. Dr. Luc Deike made his mark in the scientific community with the contributions and widely recognition from honourable subject experts around the world. Dr. Luc Deike has received several awards for the contributions to the scientific community. Dr. Luc Deike major research interest involves Waves and wave breaking, wave turbulence, multi-phase flows, fluid mechanics, drops and bubbles."
Waves and wave breaking, wave turbulence, multi-phase flows, fluid mechanics, drops and bubbles
Luc Deike, Michael Berhanu, Eric Falcon, 2014, Energy flux measurement from the dissipated energy in capillary wave turbulence, J.Physical Review E, 89, 023003
Luc Deike, Daniel Fuster, Michael Berhanu, Eric Falcon, 2014, Direct Numerical Simulations of Capillary Wave Turbulence, J.Phys. Rev. Lett., 112, 5
Luc Deike, Michael Berhanu, Eric Falcon, 2012,Decay of capillary wave turbulence, Physical Review E, 85, 066311