Laboratoire de Mécanique des Fluides et d'Acoustique, UMR 5509 Centre Acoustique Laboratoire de Mécanique des Fluides et d'Acoustique
UMR 5509
Center for Acoustic Research - LMFA
   Centrale Lyon   LMFA 

Christophe Bailly

 

christophe.bailly AT ec-lyon.fr

 

 Curriculum Vitae     Publications     Teaching   

Curriculum Vitae

 

Full Curriculum Vitae

 

 

Research interests : key-words

  • aeroacoustics, direct noise computation (DNC)
  • turbulence, numerical simulation, compressible flow
  • subsonic and supersonic jet noise
  • boundary layer noise
  • propagation of sound in moving inhomogeneous media

To know more about these research topic research topics

 

Professional services

 

Awards

 

Current Committees / Professional affilations

  • Elected member of the Teaching Council (CE) of Ecole Centrale de Lyon (2017 - present)
  • Elected member of the Scientific Council (CS) of Ecole Centrale de Lyon (2009 - 2017)
  • Member of the Council of the teaching Department MFAE (2011 - present)
  • Member of the CT2A committee (fluid dynamics) of the
    GENCI, French national high-performance computing (HPC) agency (2009 - 2016)
  • Member of the Scientific Council of INSIS (CNRS Institute for Engineering Sciences and Systems, 2010 - 2014)
  • Head of the Scientific Council of IROQUA (Initiative de Recherche pour l'Optimisation acoustiQUe Aéronautique or 'Research Initiative for Aeronautics Acoustic Optimization')
  • Head of Aero- and Hydro-Acoustics Group (GAHA) of the French Acoustical Society (SFA)
  • Member of the French Acoustical Society (SFA), of the French Society of Mechanics (AFM), of the European Mechanics Society (Euromech), and of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

Publications

 

List of publications within Centrale Lyon/LMFA - web page
 
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Turbulence book Turbulence book Bailly, C. & Comte-Bellot, G., 2015, Turbulence (in english),
Springer, ISBN 978-3-319-16159-4,
360 pages, 147 illustrations, Foreword by Charles Meneveau.

 

Additional publications within Ecole Centrale Paris (1993-1996)

EM2C Laboratory
Béchara, W., Lafon, P., Bailly, C. & Candel, S., 1995, Application of a k-epsilon model to the prediction of noise for simple and coaxial free jets, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 97(6), 3518-3531. pdf download pdf
Béchara, W., Bailly, C., Lafon, P. & Candel, S., 1994, Stochastic approach to noise modeling for free turbulent flows, AIAA Journal, 32(3), 455-463. pdf download pdf
Bailly, C., Lafon, P. & Candel, S., 1994, Computation of subsonic and supersonic jet mixing noise using a modified k-epsilon model for compressible free shear flows, Acta Acustica, 2(2), 101-112. pdf download pdf
 
Bailly, C., Lafon, P. & Candel, S., 1993, Jet noise predictions using a k-epsilon turbulence model, 15th AIAA Aeroacoustics Conference, 25-27 october, Long Beach (CA), USA, AIAA Paper 93-4412, 1-8. pdf download pdf
Bailly, C., Lafon, P. & Candel, S., 1995, A stochastic approach to compute noise generation and radiation of free turbulent flows, 1st AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, 12-15 june, München, Germany, AIAA Paper 95-092, 1-6. download pdf
Bailly, C., Candel, S. & Lafon, P., 1996, Computation of noise generation and propagation for free and confined turbulent flows, 2nd AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, 6-8 may, State College (PA), USA, AIAA Paper 96-1732, 1-8. pdf download pdf

Teaching

 

Teaching at Centrale Lyon (3 years cursus/ L3, M1-M2; Masters’ Degree in Engineering)

 

Former course materials

 

Physics of turbulent flow

Outline

The course covers various aspects of the physics of turbulent flows, with the aim to illustrate some recent results in a practical ways from experimental and numerical studies. The main objectives are the mastering of basic concepts (turbulence production, turbulence boundary layer, role of vorticity, Kolmogorov's theory), the development of skill in turbulence modelling and in the analysis of results, and the acquisition of a comprehensive view of experimental and numerical approaches. Homeworks are regularly proposed (4 exercices in a list of most than 10, freely selection, may involve signal processing and the development of simple models using Matlab), 2 practical works are also proposed (numerical simulation of the mean flow in a channel, and hot wire anemometer measurements in a turbulent round jet) as well as a final small class. The final mark is obtained through continuous assessment (exercices 70% and practical works 30%). There is an additional final exam (closed book and open notes) for Master students. The final mark will be the max between – the final exam mark – and (0.4 final exam + 0.4 exercices + 0.2 lab work).

References

Bailly, C. & Comte-Bellot, G., 2003, Turbulence, CNRS éditions, Paris. (out of print, can be borrowed from the ECL library)
Bailly, C. & Comte-Bellot, G., 2015, Turbulence (in english), Springer, ISBN 978-3-319-16159-4
(360 pages, 147 illustrations).
Davidson, P. A., 2004, Turbulence. An introduction for scientists and engineers,
Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Pope, S.B., 2000, Turbulent flows, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Turbulence book Turbulence book

 

Slides (progressively available)

 

Assignments 2020-2021
Homeworks must be uploaded on moodle: https://pedagogie3.ec-lyon.fr/course/view.php?id=1237

 

Master exam
Wednesday xx December 2020, at 2pm, 3 hours, room 104 (closed book but open notes)

 

Order, chaos and fractals

 

Transparents (au fur et à mesure ...)

 

Exercices 2020
Merci de déposer vos exercices sur la plateforme moodle
(un seul fichier pdf, fusionner vos différentes contributions le cas échéant, fichier nommé avec vos noms svp)

 

Bibliographie

 

Turbulence & stability

 

 

 

 

Introduction à Matlab

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