Engineering Modelling and Simulation Group (EMSG) research projects
Aero-thermal characteristics of blade trailing-edge coolant jet wake stream interacting with mainstream hot gas flow
The research will extend to investigate the coolant jet wake interaction with external 'hot' gas flow.
The interaction of the shock waves with the boundary layers is the basic fluid-dynamics phenomenon that has both fundamental and practical importance.
In this project, we are going to revisit and further extend our previous research in shock/boundary layer interactions (SBLI).
A studentship project focussed modelling and control for damping oscillations in power systems with large wind parks.
A comprehensive study of airflow and thermal performance of domestic rooms for the development of an efficient and effective design toolkit for design engineers.
To include virtual-reality, for intelligent modelling, optimisation, and control of building systems for the development of smart energy products.
The objective of the author's paper concentrates mainly on the vane geometry of the turbine though and not on the effects of exhaust input design.
The consortium will serve to coordinate, augment and unify the research efforts of its participants, and to communicate its expertise and findings to an international audience.
Engineering Modelling and Simulation (EMS) Group
This group brings academics and researchers together, to carry out high quality research in key engineering fields by applying modern and advanced modelling and simulation techniques.
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