Projects per year
Personal profile
Biography
Prof Phil Hall is the Head of the School of Mathematical Sciences. His main research area is Applied Mathematics, in particular nonlinear hydrodynamic stability theory, computational fluid dynamics, boundary layer control, convection, lubrication theory, chaotic fluid motion, geomorphology of rivers, coherent structures in high Reynolds number flows.
Research area keywords
 Geomorphology
 Turbulence
 nonlinear hydrodynamic stability theory
 computational fluid dynamics
 boundary layer control
 convection
 lubrication theory
 chaotic fluid motion
 high Reynolds number flows
Network

How do vortices live in spatiotemporally complex flows?
Deguchi, K., Hall, P. & Kawahara, G.
Australian Research Council (ARC)
12/04/23 → 11/04/26
Project: Research

A NOVEL APPROACH TO FLOW CONTROL BY TOPOGRAPHY
Hall, P., Blackburn, H., Sherwin, S. J. & McKeon, B.
Australian Research Council (ARC)
31/12/22 → 31/12/25
Project: Research

Application of exact coherent structures to transition and turbulence
Hall, P., Blackburn, H. & Sherwin, S.
Australian Research Council (ARC), Monash University, Imperial College London
1/06/17 → 30/09/22
Project: Research

A vortexwave interaction theory describing the effect of boundary forcing on shear flows
Hall, P., 10 Feb 2022, In: Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 932, 20 p., A54.Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peerreview
Open Access2 Citations (Scopus) 
Exact coherent structures in pipe flow in the presence of wall transpiration
Ozcakir, O., Hall, P. & Blackburn, H. M., 10 Jun 2022, In: Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 940, 16 p., A41.Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peerreview

Distributed vortexwave interactions: The relation of selfsimilarity to the attached eddy hypothesis
Blackburn, H. M., Deguchi, K. & Hall, P., 4 Aug 2021, In: Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 924, 38 p., A8.Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peerreview
2 Citations (Scopus) 
Freestream coherent structures in parallel compressible boundarylayer flows at subsonic and moderate supersonic Mach numbers
Johnstone, E. C. & Hall, P., 10 Oct 2021, In: Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 924, 24 p., A27.Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peerreview

Long wavelength streamwise vortices caused by wall curvature or roughness
Hall, P., Jun 2021, In: Journal of Engineering Mathematics. 128, 1, 21 p., 2.Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peerreview
Open Access4 Citations (Scopus)