Computational and Experimental Fluid Dynamics

Computational and Experimental Fluid Dynamics

Computational and Experimental Fluid Mechanics

Mechanical Engineering

Prof Wenxian Lin

Studies on buoyancy-driven flows, turbulent flows, jets and plumes, stratified flows, boundary layers, mixing and entrainment in river and environmental flows, natural convection flow and heat transfer, building heating and ventilation, and solar collector technologies including solar water heaters, solar air collectors, solar drying, solar thermal storage materials, using experiments, scaling and stability analysis, and advanced computational fluid dynamics techniques such as finite volume method, direct numerical simulation, and large-eddy simulation. These studies have a wide range applications in energy and environmental industries.

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