Students projects summaries

Author Title Supervisors Start Date Last modified
Stefano Rolfo CFD analysis of Fuel Rod Bundles using a FV Unstructured Code Prof. D. Laurence September 2006 2010-04-13 - 15:53
Flavien Billard Improved near-wall RANS modelling Prof. D. Laurence September 2006 2011-02-04 - 15:10
Amir Keshmiri CFD Investigations of Coolant Flows in the Core of Advanced Gas-cooled Reactors Dr M.A. Cotton and Prof. D. Laurence Oct. 2006 2009-09-22 - 19:11
Alastair West The Effect of Plugged Tubes on Gas Mixing in AGR Boilers Profs. H. Iacovides, D. Laurence and B.E. Launder October 2008 2012-02-19 - 21:21
Clare Turner Using the concept of laminar kinetic energy to predict transitional flow Dr. R. Prosser January 2007 2011-02-03 - 14:54
Neil Ashton A Study into the effect of underlining RANS model on a Delayed Detached-Eddy Simulation Dr A Revell, Dr R Prosser July 2008 2012-06-22 - 16:15
Imama Zadi Analysis of Errors and Uncertainties in CFD Codes Prof D. Laurence 17 Sep 2008 2010-02-02 - 23:02
Martin Ferrand Refined Boundary Conditions for the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Prof. D. Laurence, Dr. B. Rogers 01/10/09 2010-03-03 - 11:12
  [[CfdTm.ResearchSummary0009][]]   2013-07-29 - 22:17
Nils Haack C-Class Catamaran Wing Performance Optimisation Dr. R Prosser September 2009 2011-01-27 - 14:48
Mark Mawson Designing Numerical Solvers for Next Generation High Performance Computing Dr Alistair Revell October 2009 2011-01-01 - 13:28
Gustavo Perez Development of mesh generation algorithms using RANS-LES hybrid methods for turbulence flows. Dr. Alistair Revell, Dr. Tim Craft October 2009 2010-04-13 - 16:26
Ruggero Poletto RANS/LES coupling with the SEM method Dr. A. Revell, Dr. T. Craft September 2009 2011-02-03 - 14:20
Mahmoud Assad Improved modelling of fire Dr. R Prosser and Dr. A. Revell September 2009 2013-02-27 - 18:13
Dalila Ammour Large Eddy Simulation of Buoyant Flows Dr.Tim Craft, Prof. Hector Iacovides October 2009 2011-08-25 - 22:48
Ioannis Asproulias Numerical Strategies for Compressible Turbulent Flows Dr. A. Revell, Dr. T. Craft January/2010 2010-12-08 - 07:01
Arno Mayrhofer Large Eddy Simulation with SPH Prof. D. Laurence, Dr. B. Rogers, D. Violeau November 2010 2011-01-05 - 14:24
Stuart Russant Verification, Validation & Uncertainties in CFD Applied to Thermal Hydraulics Prof D. Laurence September 2010 2011-01-28 - 11:40
Umair Ahmed Mathematical modelling of flame turbulence interaction Dr. R. Prosser, Dr. A. Revell September 2010 2012-08-16 - 11:16
Karim Osman Universal near wall turbulence treatment applied to thermal hydraulics Prof. D. Laurence October 2010 2011-02-03 - 14:08
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