MixingLab

Biophysical and technological fluid mixing at the University of Rochester
116 & 112 Hopeman Engineering Building

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UPCOMING: Doug and Jon will present at ICTAM 2020+1.
PUBLISHED: Our paper “Formation of spiral waves in cylindrical containers under orbital excitation” will appear in J. Fluid Mech. Our paper “Osmotic swelling via cerebrospinal fluid influx drives cerebral edema formation after cardiac arrest” will appear in Brain. Our paper Brain cerebrospinal fluid flow has been published in Phys. Rev. Fluids. Our paper Microscale mechanisms of ultrasound velocity measurement in metal melts has been published in Flow Meas. Instrum. Our extended abstracts UDV methods for characterizing flows in liquid metal batteries and Optimal Vessel Materials for Indirect-contact Ultrasound Measurements have appeared in the ISUD 13 proceedings.

Despite the ubiquity of fluid mixing—think cream in coffee, plankton in Earth's oceans, storm systems in our atmosphere—mixing is devilishly difficult to predict, control, or understand. We study the space- and time-dynamics of flows and the materials being mixed in them. Read more, watch Doug's overview or contact us.

Douglas H. Kelley Jonathan Cheng Jia Liu Adi Raghunandan Kimberly Boster Yiming Gan Ruy Ibanez Fatima Min Rivas Ibrahim Mohammad Bitong Wang Jarod Forer Nikola Raicevic Helena Schreder
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U of R shield We are grateful for support from the National Science Foundation. We are grateful for support from the National Institutes of Health. We are grateful for support from the Army. NYSERDA