Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab

The Geophysical Fluid Dynamics laboratory is a purpose-built 400 sq. m laboratory for experimental fluid dynamics.

This laboratory is designed for studies of fluid flow processes relevant to both solid earth geological processes and ocean-atmosphere dynamics.

It includes a well-controlled temperature isolation room (stable at temperatures between 5 and 30°C), which is used in studies of solidification, melting, convection or flows having temperature-dependent viscosity.

Belongs to

Research School of Earth Sciences

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