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Research

Fluids and Environment Group

We conduct fundamental and applied research in a wide variety of topics related to fluid flow and transport phenomena:

  •  Modelling of turbulent plumes and jets with chemical reaction and/or phase change
  •  CO2 sequestration in porous geological structures
  •  Buoyancy effects in combustion and explosion processes
  •  Convection, diffusion and chemical reaction in porous catalysts
  •  Modelling fluid flows with reaction and/or phase change
  •  Developing new analytical models
  •  Modelling natural convection in cool flames
  •  CFD

Particle concentration field in a multiphase reactive plume. Our approach combines experimental, mathematical and computational techniques to describe and quantify such complex flows.

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