Computational Modelling Group

Body Forces in Particle Suspensions in Turbulence

Research Team
John Shrimpton
Gabriel Amine-Eddine

The behaviour of multiphase flows is of primary importance in many engineering applications. In the past, experimental observations have provided many researchers with the ability to understand and probe the phenomena and physical processes occurring in such flows. With advancements in modern day computational power, we now have the ability to gain an even greater wealth of knowledge, from what used to be a physical experiment, is now a virtual simulation.

Amine-Eddine, G.H. (2015) Body forces in particle suspensions in turbulence. University of Southampton, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, Doctoral Thesis , 283pp.


Algorithms and computational methods: Distributed computing, FFT, Finite differences, Inverse problems, Monte Carlo, Multi-core, Multi-physics, Multi-scale

Visualisation and data handling software: ParaView, TecPlot, VTK

Programming languages and libraries: Fortran

Computational platforms: HECToR, Iridis, Windows

Transdisciplinary tags: Complex Systems, HPC, Scientific Computing