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Energy, Fluid Mechanics and Turbomachinery - Division directory

Energy, Fluid Mechanics and Turbomachinery - Division directory

Research Student

Research Group: Fluid Mechanics

Research Student

Research Group: Fluid Mechanics

TES Staff

Research Group: Turbomachinery

TES Research Assistant

Research Group: Energy

Senior Lecturer

Research Group: Turbomachinery

Research Areas: Turbomachinery, aircraft propulsion, open rotors, boundary layer ingestion, aviation and the environment

Research Student

Research Group: Energy

Research Student

Research Group: Fluid Mechanics

RA in Fast and Accurate Oxygen Sensors

Research Group: Fluid Mechanics

Research Student

Research Group: Energy

Research Student

Research Group: Turbomachinery

Research Student

Research Group: Energy

Professor

Research Group: Energy

Research Areas: Clean energy, reacting flows, gas turbines, internal combustion engines, pollutant emissions

Research Student

Research Group: Energy

Research Student

Research Group: Energy

Research Student

Research Group: Energy

The Dyson Professor of Fluid Mechanics

Research Group: Fluid Mechanics

Research Areas: Buoyancy-driven flows, fluid mechanics of low-energy building ventilation, turbulent plumes and fountains

Research Student

Research Group: Energy

Reader

Research Group: Turbomachinery

Research Areas: Aircraft Noise, Turbomachinery Aerodynamic Design, Intake Flows

Research Student

Research Group: Energy

Research Areas: Chemical Looping Combustion, Chemical Looping Hydrogen Production

Research Student

Research Group: Energy

Research Associate

Research Group: Turbomachinery

Reader in Mechanical Engineering

Research Group: Energy

Research Areas: Fluid Mechanics, Flow instability, Thermoacoustics, Combustion, Nonlinear dynamics, Adjoint methods

Research Student

Research Group: Fluid Mechanics

Research Student

Research Group: Energy

RAt in Turbulent Spray Combustion

Research Group: Energy

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