Members of the Fluid Dynamics Research Institute (FDRI) conduct basic and applied research, and provide a broad training for graduate students, in all aspects of fluid dynamics and heat transfer. Members are drawn from Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Applied Mathematics. Research ranges from theoretical studies on stability and exact solutions to enhancement of flow measurement techniques to implementation of commercial CFD codes for industrial problems. Application areas include environmental engineering, automotive, defence, petroleum industries, biomechanics and aeronautics.
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