Welcome to the CFD and Turbulence Mechanics Web

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The Final Splash - a water feature by Liam Curtin that used to sit on the rooftop garden of the George Begg building

Welcome to the Turbulence Mechanics and CFD Research Group Web. The group is part of the School of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering at the University of Manchester. Our research interests encompass both experimental and computational studies of turbulence, its modelling in engineering flows, and a wide range of application areas.


Staff and students in the group can be found on the People page, whilst further details of our work, in the form of journal and conference publications and theses and dissertations, can be accessed via the Research page. Details of current vacancies and studentships are also available.


Forthcoming seminars, conferences and other meetings can be found on the Events or Calendar pages, whilst other useful sites (both local and elsewhere) can be found on the Links page.


For those visiting the group, we are based in the George Begg building, located at number 17 on the campus map. Further maps and travel directions can be found on the University of Manchester site.

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The Osborne Reynolds tank, used in historic experiments in transitional and turbulent pipe flow, and now housed in the George Begg building


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