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Laboratory FAST (Fluides, Automatique et Systèmes Thermiques) is a CNRS research laboratory (UMR 7608), associated with University Paris-Saclay.

Research areas

Head: H. Auradou

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Torricelli's curtain: Morphology of laminar jets under gravity

M. Rabaud, N. Ribe

While the form of a fluid jet issuing horizontally from an orifice was first studied by Torricelli (1643), this classic problem in fluid mechanics still holds surprises. When a laminar jet issues from the end of a pipe, it divides into primary and secondary jets with a thin vertical curtain of fluid connecting them. We are currently using laboratory experiments and numerical simulations to study this unexpected behavior.

O. Tramis, E. Merlin-Anglade, G. Paternoster, M. Rabaud, and N. M. Ribe, Phys. Fluids 33, 062116 (2021).
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Other experiments in this research area

We moved to our new building

Since March 2019, the laboratory FAST has moved to the new building Pascal (building 530).

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 News

Next FAST-LIMSI seminars:

Prochain séminaire en septembre


Laboratory FAST is partner of Labex LASIPS and Labex PALM.


Laboratory FAST is member of the French-Argentine IRP (International Research Project) "Ingénieries vertes par la mécanique des fluides" (IVMF).


Theoretical Mantle Dynamics

N. Ribe (Cambridge University Press, 2018).


Physical Hydrodynamics - 2nd edition

E. Guyon, J.P. Hulin, L. Petit, C.D. Mitescu (Oxford University Press, 2015).


La matière en désordre

E. Guyon, J.P. Hulin, D. Bideau (2014).


Hydrodynamique physique - 3e édition

E. Guyon, J.P. Hulin, L. Petit (2012).