The SHRL have been awarded a £1.3m EPSRC research grant to study the deformation of microscopic fuel droplets.
We are seeking to recruit two EPSRC Research Fellows.
We are currently offering a fully funded PhD studentship on laser diagnostics for sprays.
Brighton BN2 4GJ, United Kingdom
- Mathematical modelling of fluid dynamics, heat transfer and combustion processes in internal combustion engines
Current Research Projects:
- Investigation of non-spherical droplets in high-pressure fuel sprays
- Energy Efficiency and Environment: a Cross-Channel Cluster (E3C3)
- Development of the full Lagrangian approach for the analysis of vortex ring-like structures in disperse media: application to gasoline engines
- Biofuel spray injection modelling
- Investigation of heating and evaporation of multi-component droplets
- Molecular dynamics simulation of complex molecules using quantum-chemical potentials: application to modelling fuel droplets
- Development of a new quantitative kinetic model for the analysis of heating and evaporation processes in complex hydrocarbon fuel droplets
- Complete list of publications (PDF)
- List of publications from the University of Brighton repository
- Papers accepted for publication
- Thermofluids (ME217)
- Advanced Fluid Dynamics (ME335)
- Computational Fluid Dynamics (XEM56)