Prof. Vladimir F. Tishkin
Institute for Mathematical Modeling Russian Academy of Sciences
4A Miusskaya square, office 212
Moscow, 125047, Russia
(+7 499) 972-1791
Dr. Marina E. Ladonkina
4A Miusskaya square, office 207
Moscow, 125047, Russia
(+7 499) 791-2822
Dr. Nadezhda G. Proncheva
4A Miusskaya square, office 201
Moscow, 125047, Russia
(+7 495) 250-7887
Submission of materials:


  Monday, 12 July 2010
8.30-9.40  Registration
  Plenary session
9.40-10.00  Professor Boris N. Chetverushkin
Welcome from IWPCTM12
10.00-10.45  Academician Vladimir E. Fortov
Intense Shock Waves and Extreme States of Matter
10.45-11.30  Professor Guy Dimonte
Self-similar hydrodynamics at low and high energy density
11.30-12.00  Coffeebreak
  Theme: Experimental Study of Rayleigh-Taylor and Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability
12.00-12.25  Hugh Lund, and Stuart B. Dalziel
Tension-Driven Richtmayer-Meshkov Instability
12.25-12.50  Nikolay V. Nevmerzhitsky, E.A. Sotskov, E.D. Senkovsky, A.N. Razin, V.A. Ustinenko, O.L. Krivonos, and L.V. Tochilina
The influence of Mach number of shock wave on turbulent mixing growth at interface of gases
12.50-13.15  Jeffrey Jacobs, C. Valancius, M. Mokler, J. Schluntz, V. Krivets, and O. Likhatchev
Experiments on the Ricthmyer-Meshkov Instability with an Imposed, Random Initial Perturbation
13.15-13.40  Chris Weber, Nick Haehn, Jason Oakley, Mark Anderson, and Riccardo Bonazza
Experiments of the Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability at High Mach Numbers using PIV
13.40-15.00  Lunch
15.00-15.25  Christian Mariani, L. Biamino, G. Jourdan, L. Houas, M. Vandenboomgaerde, and D. Souffland
Investigation of the Richtmyer-Meshkov instability: New experiments
15.25-15.50  Saratchandra Kuchibhatla, Peter Koppenberger, Bhanesh babu Akula, Jacob McFarland, Malcolm Andrews, and Devesh Ranjan
Rayleigh-Taylor experiments for low Atwood numbers with Multimodal Initial conditions
15.50-16.15  A.V. Pavlenko. Yu.A. Kucherenko. S.I.Balabin, O.E Shestachenko, and A.A. Tyaktev
Short review of RFNC-VNIITF experimental studies of gravitational turbulent mixing
16.15-16.40  Jeffrey Jacobs, N. Yamashita, G. Johnson, V. Chivukula, and M. Mokler
Experiments on the Rayleigh-Taylor Instability using a Linear Induction Motor Accelerator
16.40-17.05  Sridhar Balasubramanian, K.P. Prestridge, B.J. Balakumar, G.C. Orlicz, and C.D. Tomkins
Experimental study of initial condition dependence for turbulence design in shock-driven flows
18.00-21.00  Welcome fourchette
  Tuesday, 13 July 2010
  Plenary session
9.30-10.15  Professor Malcolm J. Andrews
Recent Advances and Future Opportunities for Experiments to Investigate Rayleigh-Taylor Driven Mixing
10.15-11.00  Professor Evgeny E. Meshkov
Shock tube investigations of the instability of a two-gas interface accelerated by a shock wave
11.00-11.30  Coffeebreak
  Theme: Turbulent mixing; experiment and theory
11.30-11.55  A.S. Baryshnikov, I.V. Basargin, and M.V. Chistyakova
Shock wave propagation across the column of dusted glow discharge in different gases
11.55-12.20  Nicholas Haehn, Chris Weber, Jason Oakley, Mark Anderson, and Riccardo Bonazza
Shock-initiated combustion of a spherical density inhomogeneity
12.20-12.45  N.V. Nevmerzhitsky, V.I. Dudin, A.A. Nikulin, E.D. Senkovsky, V.V. Marmyshev, E.A. Sotskov, O.L. Krivonos , A.A. Polovnikov, E.A. Polovnikov, and S.A. Abakumov
Turbulent mixing at gas-liquid interface with the width of mixing zone up to 200 mm
12.45-13.10  Bhanesh Akula, Jacob McFarland, Sarat Kuchibhatla, Malcom Andrews, and Devesh Ranjan
Velocity, density and mixing growth rate measurements in Rayleigh-Taylor mixing layers with and without shear
13.10-14.30  Lunch
14.30-14.55  J.A. Redford, R. Watteaux, and A. Llor
Simulation of SSVARTs
14.55-15.20  A.Yu. Demianov, A.N. Doludenko, N.A. Inogamov, E.E. Son
Hydrodynamic Instabilities in Viscoplastic Fluids
15.20-15.45  Ben Thornber, Dimitris Drikakis, D. Youngs, and R. Williams
Physics of a Re-shocked Three-Dimensional Multimode Richtmyer-Meshkov Turbulent Layer
15.45-16.10  O.N. Chernyshova, I.I. Karpenko, V.G. Morozov, and Yu.V. Yanilkin
Numerical Simulation of the Hot Spot Growth Rate in Detonation with Account for the Energy Transfure Turbulent Mechanism
16.10-16.40  Coffeebreak
16.40-17.05  Robin J.R. Williams
Growth from localized perturbations in Rayleigh-Taylor and Richtmyer-Meshkov instability
17.05-17.30  Zhou Haibing, He Changjiang, Zhang Shudao and Hang Yihong
The Numerical Studies on Rayleigh-Taylor Instability of Aluminum Plates Driven by Detonation
17.30-17.55  A.R. Guzhova, O.G. Sinkova, V.P. Statsenko, and Yu.V. Yanilkin
Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Mixing with Uniform Compression
17.55-18.20  Baolin Tian, Weidong Shen, Yan Liu, Shuanghu Wang, and Song Jiang
Numerical Simulation of Stratified Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability with Global ALE Method
  Wednesday, 14 July 2010
  Plenary session
9.30-10.15  Professor David L. Youngs
Large Eddy Simulation and ID/2D Engineering Models for Rayleigh-Taylor Mixing
10.15-11.00  Professor Vladislav B. Rozanov
Evolution model of turbulent mixing
11.00-11.30  Coffeebreak
  Theme: Numerical and analytic study turbulent processes
11.30-11.55  N.A. Inogamov, M. Tricottet, A.M. Oparin, and S. Bouquet
Three-Dimensional Morphology of Vortex Interfaces Driven by Rayleigh-Taylor or Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability
11.55-12.20  Snezhana I. Abarzhi
Coherence and randomness of Rayleigh-Taylor turbulent mixing
12.20-12.45  Andrew W. Cook
Enthalpy Diffusion in Multicomponent Flows
12.45-13.10  Yuli D. Chashechkin
Stratification and Rotation Effects on Transport of Substances
13.10-14.30  Lunch
14.30-14.55  Karnig O. Mikaelian
Analytic approach to nonlinear hydrodynamic instabilities driven by time-dependent accelerations
14.55-15.20  Wen Hua Ye
Effects of the density and velocity gradients on the combination of Kelvin-Helmholtz and Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities
15.20-15.45  S.I. Balabin, A.V. Pavlenko, O.E Shestachenko, A.V. Dulov, O.E. Kozelkov, A.A. Tyaktev, N.G. Karlykhanov, M.S. Timakova, and A.V. Belomestnyckh
Multifunctional Shock Tube for Gravitational Turbulent Mixing Investigations. 1. Formation the Richtmyer-Meshkov and Rayleigh-Taylor Instability
15.45-16.10  M. Lombardini, D.J. Hill, D.I. Pullin, and D.I. Meiron
Investigation of Atwood-ratio dependence of Richtmyer-Meshkov
16.10-16.40  Coffeebreak
16.40-17.30  Demonstrations of scientific programs
17.30-18.30  Poster session
  Thursday, 15 July 2010
  Plenary session
9.30-10.15  Professor Yuri Yanilkin
Direct numerical simulation of turbulent mixing
10.15-11.00  Professor Oleg Schilling
Rayleigh-Taylor Turbulent Mixing: Synergy between Simulations, Experiments and Modeling
11.00-11.30  Coffeebreak
  Theme: Hydrodynamic instability in dense plasma
11.30-11.55  I.G. Lebo, and A.I. Lebo
The model of energy transport in turbulent laser plasma of porous targets
11.55-12.20  Lilia Bagautdinova, Fivzat Gaisin, Shamil Mastjukov, and Eduard Son
The hydrodynamic instability of the liquid phase in the process of multichannel discharge burning
12.20-12.45  Aaron R. Miles, Hye-Sook Park, Bruce A, Remington, Harryb F. Robey, Carolyn C. Kuranz, and R. Paul Drake
Radiation-Stabilization of Rayleigh-Taylor Instabilities in Planar Blast-Wave-Driven NIF Experiments
12.45-13.10  Manoranjan Khan, M.R. Gupta, Labakanta Mandal, and Sourav Roy
Evolution of interfacial nonlinear structure due to of magnetic field on temporal development of R-T instability
13.10-14.30  Lunch
14.30-14.55  Dimitris Drikakis, Adrian Mihaiescu, D. Yungs, and R. Williams
Assessment of Two-Equation Turbulence Models for Rayleigh-Taylor and Richtmyer-Meshkov Mixing
14.55-15.20  S.A. Baban, D.A. Gryaznykh, N.G. Karlykhanov, V.A. Simonenko, and M.S. Timakova
Simulations of convective layer of the Sun using the k-epsilon model
15.20-15.45  V.I. Kozlov, A.N. Razin, E.V. Shaporenko, and I.Yu. Shebarshina
Numerical Results Modeling Gas-Dynamic Experiments on Turbulent Mixing in 2D Flows
15.45-16.10  Alexandr N. Razin
Initialization of Turbulent Mixing with Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability
16.10-16.40  Coffeebreak
16.40-17.05  Yu.B. Bazarov, A.S. Katorov, E.E. Meshkov, O.V. Olkhov, and S.Yu. Sedov
The Rayleigh-Taylor Instability Growth on the Top Surface of a Bubble Rising in Coaxial Tubes
17.05-17.30  O.N. Aprelkov, V.V. Igonin, A.I. Lebedev, I.Yu. Myshkina, and O.V. Olkhov
Computational and Experimental Analysis of Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability in Condensed Matter
Round Table
19.00-22.00  Banquet
  Friday, 16 July 2010
  Plenary session
9.30-10.15  Professor Jose M. Redondo
Mixing efficiency and multiscale interactions in Rayleigh/Taylor and Richtmyer/Meshkov driven turbulent flows
10.15-11.00  Professor Eduard E. Son
Rayleigh-Taylor instability and turbulence in Nonnewtonian and Plasma Flows
11.00-11.30  Coffeebreak
  Section presentations
11.30-11.55  Olivier Soulard, J. Griffond, A. Burbeau, and D. Souffland
A subgrid scale model accounting for rapid distortion and spectral equilibrium limits in variable density flows: application to shock tube experiments
11.55-12.20  Karthik Muthuraman, Praveen Ramaprabhu, Guy Dimonte, Paul Woodward, Chris Fryer, Gabe Rockefeller, Y-N. Young, and Sung-Ik Sohn
Revised Froude Number for Rayleigh-Taylor Flow with Secondary Instabilities
12.20-12.45  Benoit-Joseph Grea
One-point structure tensors in Rayleigh-Taylor turbulence
12.45-13.10  M. Vandenboomgaerde and C. Aymard
Analytical theory for planar shock cylindrical and spherical focusing through perfect gas lens
13.10-14.30  Lunch
14.30-14.55  Bertrand Rollin and Malcolm J. Andrews
On Specification of Initial Conditions in Turbulence Models
14.55-15.20  Vitaly Morozov and Sergey Saveliev
A Vortex Model of Turbulence
15.20-15.45  Marco Hahn, Dimitris Drikakis, D. Youngs, and R. Williams
LES of Richtmyer-Meshkov Mixing for inclined material interfaces with realistic surface finish
15.45-16.10  V.V. Igonin, G.B. Krasovsky, S.E. Kuratov, A.I. Lebedev, M.O. Lebedeva, E.E. Meshkov, I.Yu. Myshkina, O.V. Olkhov, A.A. Polovnikov, and E.A. Polovnikov
Specific Features of Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability Growth with 2D and 3D Initial Perturbation Geometry
16.10-16.40  Coffeebreak
16.40-17.05  Aleksandr Chernyshov, Kirill Karelsky, and Arakel Petrosyan
Large Eddy Simulation of Compressible Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence. Model Development and Validation
17.05-17.30  Igor Menshov, and Andrey Nenashev
Jet flow instability and its role in the mechanism of sound generation
17.30-17.55  J. Bakosi, and J. R. Ristorcelli
Probability density function method for variable-density turbulence and mixing
17.55-18.20  Fernando Grinstein, Akshay Gowardhan, and Adam Wachtor
Simulation of Shock-Driven Turbulent Mixing in High-Re Flows
  Saturday, 17 July 2010
  Section presentations
9.50-10.15  Alejandro Lopez Ortega, D.J. Hill, D.I. Pullin, and D.I. Meiron
Linearized Richtmyer-Meshkov flow analysis for impulsively-accelerated incompressible solids
10.15-10.40  E.S. Ivanchenko, N.N. Kalitkin, I.A. Kozlitin, L.V. Kyzmina, and I.A. Panin
The database TEFIS for thermophysical properties of substances
10.40-11.05  Yi Liu
Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability Studies of a Convergent Shock-Tube Flow
11.05-11.35  Coffeebreak
11.35-12.00  A.Yu. Demianov, E.N. Ivanov, and N.A. Inogamov
Influence of Surface Tension on Hydrodynamic Instabilities
12.00-12.25  R. Watteaux, J.A. Redford, A. Llor, and O. Poujade
Structure Detection in a RT Turbulent Mixing Layer
12.25-12.50  Vladimir Denisenko
Numerical study of instability between two cylinders in case of 2D flow
12.50-13.30  Conference closing