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Scientific Computing
& Flow Physics

University of Michigan, Mechanical Engineering

Scientific Computing & Flow Physics Laboratory

At SCFPL, our research draws from applied mathematics, numerical/physical modeling and high-performance computing to develop novel techniques for numerical simulations and modeling of flow phenomena. We seek to uncover the basic physics underlying complex multiscale and multiphysics flows. Our work finds applications in biomedical engineering (diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound, cardiovascular flow, traumatic brain injury), transportation engineering (aeronautical, automotive, naval), and the energy sciences (high-energy-density physics, inertial fusion, astrophysics)

Current and past sponsors include: Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU), Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA), Office of Naval Research (ONR), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), National Science Foundation (NSF), Ford Motor Company, Kadant, and the University of Michigan, as well as ALCF, OLCF, Blue Waters, and XSEDE computational resources.

Research Areas
Multiphase Flows and Plasmas
5 students
Turbulence and Hydrodynamic Instabilities
2 students
Shocks and High-Temperature Hydrodynamics
4 students
Scientific Computing
2 students
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