Our research group focuses on both fundamental and applied research in fluid mechanics.
Current EU research projects:
- ANNULIGht: an Innovative Training Network (ITN) on instabilities, ignition and blow-off in annular gas turbine combustors. It is funded by the European Commission under Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions | James Dawson
- ERC Starting grant: TAIAC Breaking the paradigm: A new approach to understanding and controlling combustion instabilities | Nicholas Worth
- Marinet2 - Marine Renewables Infrastructure Network for Emerging Energy Technologies | Lars Roar Sætran
Current Norwegian research projects from the Research Council of Norway (NFR) and the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation:
- Boiling of multicomponent mixtures in confined geometries | Maria Fernandino
- Casimir effect and van der Waals forces in multilayer systems | Iver H. Brevik
- EnPe - Energize Nepal Project | Ole Gunnar Dahlhaug
- HiFrancis - High head Francis turbines | Ole Gunnar Dahlhaug
- Modeling of obstructive sleep apnea by fluid-structure interaction in the upper airways | Bernhard Müller
- Particle transport and clustering in stratified turbulent flows (FRINATEK) | Helge Andersson
- SIMCOFLOW - A Framework for complex 3D multiphase and multi physics flows | Stein Tore Johansen
- SPRAYICE - Characterization of Wave Impact Spray Generation for Better Prediction of Marine Icing on Structures | James Dawson
- Turbulence-plankton interactions. A mechanistic approach. | Helge Andersson
- Water waves interacting with arbitrary shear currents in 3D (FRINATEK - Unge forskertalenter) | Simen A. Ådnøy Ellingsen
- Wood CFD - Clean and efficient wood stoves through improved batch combustion models and CFD modelling approaches (ENERGIX) | Nils Erland Haugen
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We participate in the following centres and networks:
- HydroCen - Norwegian Research Centre for Hydropower Technology
- NCCS - FME Norwegian CCS Research Centre
- Norwegian Hydropower Centre
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Fluid Mechanics Seminar Series
We are happy to host world-leading experts as part of the Fluid Mechanics Seminar Series.
- External guests are invited monthly to discuss their research and meet the faculty.
- The seminars cover a wide array of topics in fluid mechanics.
- All students, visitors and members of staff are welcome to attend.