Our group’s area of research:
Our research focuses on the development of mathematical and computational models for fluids flow and heat and mass transfer problems. It is a theoretical investigation where we seek to develop appropriate mathematical models to interpret and enhance understanding of fluid flow characteristics to help elucidate and explain experimental findings and observed phenomena. The numerical solutions obtained provide a means for which other exact or approximate solutions can be vindicated and validated. Further, the exact solutions obtained provide an interesting and complete benchmark to verify numerical schemes for different complex flow situations.
Industrial Fluid Flows
- Non-Newtonian boundary layer flows
- Low gravity transport phenomena
- Detecting gas leaks in pipelines
- Gas flow in storaged grain
Physiogical Fluid Flows
- Dynamics of blood flow in microcirculation
- Flow in the human eye
- Fluid structure interaction
- Flow at bifurcations
- Modelling cancer cell invasion
Linear and Nonlinear Waves
- Waves in the ocean: analytical and numerical modelling; internal waves
If you are interested in collaborating with us or joining our research team, please get in touch with a relevent member of staff.