Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering – Research staff
Thomas' research interests are in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Rotating Flows, Instability and Transition to Turbulence, Boundary Layers and Optical Flow Measurement.
John's Research Interests are in, Crack growth rates in ferrous and non-ferrous materials, Structural integrity of air vehicles, Airworthiness and airworthiness regulation, Composite repairs to steel structures and Rail rolling stock lifting, fatigue spectra and data gathering to extract fatigue spectra.
Daniel's expertise is in turbulent multi-phase fluid flows. Specifically; cavitation, sprays, aerosols and particle formation. He specialises in the application of synchrotron x-ray diagnostics, optical diagnostics, and high performance computing tools to these problems. Application areas include pharmaceutical sprays and fuel injection sprays.