Fluids and Thermal Engineering Research Group

Seminar series

Seminar in the Trent Basin

FLUTE Seminar - April 2020

Date
22/04/2020 (14:00-14:30)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
A seminar about the power loss that a rotating body experiences dragging air or air-oil mist.

FLUTE Seminar - 29th April

Date
29/04/2020 (14:00-14:30)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
A seminar about high authority synthetic jet actuators for aerospace applications.

FLUTE-Seminar-September 2020

Date
03/09/2020 (14:00-14:30)
Description
Slug and Taylor bubble lengths are important input parameters in equipment sizing and estimating flow parameters in pipes. This study investigates the influence of pipe inclination on large gas structures, 'Taylor bubbles' in slug flow.

FLUTE Seminar - 24th February 2021

Date
24/02/2021 (16:00-17:00)
Location:
Teams
Description
Research activities for the seminar, include, riblets for turbulent drag reduction, compliant coatings for turbulent drag reduction, drag reduction by spanwise wall oscillation and travelling waves, opposition control of turbulent boundary layers for drag reduction, large-scale control of turbulent boundary layers, plasma actuators for flow control and drag reduction, turbulent spots and their control.

FLUTE Seminar- 26th March 2021

Date
26/03/2021 (15:30-16:30)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
In this lecture, novel or smart methods of heat transfer enhancements, such as phase change, microchannels, nanofluids, and nature inspired technologies, etc., will be reviewed and introduced; the recent advances in research of heat transfer enhancement & relevant technological development for industrial thermal managements will be presented and discussed.

FLUTE Seminar - 28th April 2021

Date
28/04/2021 (14:00-15:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Engineering seminar with guest speaker, Dr Jason Stafford from the University of Birmingham. In this talk, Jason will discuss recent work combining experiments, numerics, and materials characterisation, to explore three different areas where fluid dynamic interactions between liquids, gases and micro- and nano-scale particles play a central role. This is a part of the FLUTE Research Group Seminar Series at the University of Nottingham.

FLUTE Seminar - 19th May 2021

Date
19/05/2021 (14:00-15:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
The FLUTE Research Group at the University of Nottingham are hosting a seminar from guest speaker Dr Beatrice Pulvirenti from University of Bologna, Italy. In this talk, different engineering applications of porous structures will be explored, with a focus on some numerical approaches for the simulation of the energy and mass exchange through the pores. These applications are studied by the thermal and fluid-dynamics (TFD) research group at Bologna University, Department of Industrial Engineering.
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Fluids and Thermal Engineering Research Group

Faculty of Engineering
The University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

email:flute@nottingham.ac.uk