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CFD Modelling of the Fire Safety of the Future Hydrogen Vehicles

Hydrogen and its derivatives are the key component in decarbonisation of transportation sector. In the future, vehicle technology will see great shifts from the convention-based power system hydrogen-based systems, e.g., hydrogen engines and/or full cells. Read more

High fidelity CFD modelling of dense reactive particle flows

Dense particle flows are frequently appeared in many industrial applications including fluidized bed in pharmaceutical reactors and modern recycling of plastic wastes into precious materials such as jet fuels, and reusable polymers. Read more

AI-Based Acceleration of Computational Fluid Dynamics for Automotive Applications

CFD is at the core of the design process for aerospace and automotive as it is used to reduce drag and hence CO2 emissions. However, CFD prediction of industrial applications require large amounts of computational resource and is both time-consuming and expensive. Read more

Safety of hydrogen and natural gas blends

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
Safe handling of hydrogen and hydrogen natural gas blends requires an understanding of hazards and associated risks arising from leaks. Read more

Modelling heat and mass transfer during liquid hydrogen refuelling

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
Liquified hydrogen (LH2) is considered as the most practical storage method onboard heavy duty vehicles (HDV), trains, ships and planes in case of long distances. Read more

Safety of compressed hydrogen storage systems for maritime applications

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
Early rollout of maritime hydrogen-fuelled transport is taking place in the form of relatively small-scale applications and demonstration projects – service vessels, pilot boats, short-range costal ferries, etc., where hydrogen is expected to be stored in composite high-pressure tanks with nominal working pressure NWP350-700 bar. Read more

Development of simulation technologies for hydrogen production with carbon capture

Overall aim of the proposed work would be to develop simulation technologies for methane pyrolysis for hydrogen production under catalytic conditions with the objective of developing process to scale equipment designs to achieve CO2 free hydrogen generation. Read more

Multi-physics fully coupled model developments and assessments of floating offshore wind turbines

In response to the energy crisis and climate change, the UK government has raised the target capacity of offshore wind energy from the existing 12.7GW in 2022 to an ambitious 50GW by 2030, including an extra 5GW of floating wind turbines [1]. Read more

Toward Easy Parallel Programming for Computational Fluid Dynamics

  Research Group: School of Computing
Computational scientists are typically not expert programmers and thus have to work with easy to use programming languages. However, they have very high-performance requirements due to their experimental setup and large datasets and have to rely on parallel computing machines for tasks like simulation runs. Read more

PhD Scholarship on Thermal Modelling of Distribution Transformers used in Photovoltaic and Wind farms

The Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials of the School of Engineering of the University of Navarra (Tecnun) is offering a PhD position to carry out a doctoral thesis working in an industrial research project entitled Thermal Modelling of Distribution Transformers used in Photovoltaic and Wind farms. Read more

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