Julien Deparday

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julien.deparday@epfl.ch +41 21 693 01 07 https://unfold.epfl.ch

MED 0 2526 (Bâtiment MED)
Station 9
CH-1015 Lausanne

Unit: CF-STI

MED 0 2526 (Bâtiment MED)
Station 9
CH-1015 Lausanne

Administrative data

Fields of expertise

experimental fluid dynamics,
unsteady aerodynamics,
fluid structure interaction,
fluid mechanics,
mechanical engineering,
field experimentation,
naval engineering


Other publications

Aubin, N., Augier, B., Deparday, J., Sacher, M., and Bot, P.
Ocean Engineering, 169, 370-378, 2018
Performance enhancement of downwind sails due to leading edge flapping: A wind tunnel investigation
Deparday, J., and Mulleners, K.
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 1037, 022017, 2018
Critical evolution of leading edge suction during dynamic stall
Deparday, J., Augier, B., and Bot, P.
Journal of Fluids and Structures, 81, 547-564, 2018
Experimental analysis of a strong fluid–structure interaction on a soft membrane—Application to the flapping of a yacht downwind sail
Deparday, J., Bot, P., Augier, B., Rabaud, M., Motta, D., and Le Pelley, D.
Journal Of Sailing Technology,2017-05, 2017
Modal Analysis of Pressures on a Full-Scale Spinnaker
Deparday, J
PhD Thesis, IRENav, UBO, p.230, 2016
Experimental studies of Fluid-Structure Interaction on Downwind sails
Deparday, J., Bot, P., Hauville, F., Augier, B., and Rabaud, M.
Ocean Engineering, 127, 135-143, 2016
Full-scale flying shape measurement of offwind yacht sails with photogrammetry
Motta, D., Flay, R.G.J., Richards, P.J., Le Pelley, D.J., Deparday, J., and Bot, P.
Ocean Engineering, 90, 104-118, 2014
Experimental investigation of asymmetric spinnaker aerodynamics using pressure and sail shape measurements