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Research Thesis Topic

Industrial Application of Naturally Induced Swirling Flows

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Industrial Application of Naturally Induced Swirling Flows


Previous study show that a stationary split channel can generate swirling flow. The swirling flow have many applications in food, painting, and automotive industries. This project aims to optimize the naturally induced swirling flow for different applications using a combined computational (CFD) and empirical approach.

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Research Affiliations
  • School of Engineering

Field of Research
  • Mechanical Engineering

Available Academic Programs
  • Doctor of Philosophy (DPHD)
  • Master of Research (MRES)

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