Department of
Civil Engineering

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Mark McCorquodale

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering



Mark McCorquodale is member of the Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Geoprocesses Research Group.

Teaching Summary

CIVE1005/ CIVE2043 - Portfolio of Civil Engineering Studies 1 and 2.

I convene the CIVE1005 module and teach in the "I3: Civil 3D" workshop", "E2: Practice in Engineering Surveying" and "E3: Surveying Field Course" workshops.

CIVE2044 - Structural Analysis 2

I convene the module and teach the Autumn semester of the module, which focuses on the analysis of indeterminate structures.

CIVE3018 - Construction Practice

In this module, students plan and construct a scaled-down construction project in a time-limited (residential) field course; I support the students during the planning and construction phases of the project.

CIVE3023 - BIM Group Design Project

In this module, students complete a reinforced concrete design project; I lead the construction management aspects of the module.

Research Summary

My research is in the field of Fluid Mechanics. Previous and current areas of focus include:

  • particle/fluid interactions
  • turbulence/boundary interactions

Department of Civil Engineering

The University of Nottingham
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Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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