Matevz Dular    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Matevž Dular

    Laboratory for Water and Turbine Machines
    Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
    University of Ljubljana
    Aškerčeva 6
    1000 Ljubljana
    SLOVENIA

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    E-mail: matevz.dular<at>fs.uni-lj.si


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My research interests span over a broad range of fluid mechanics; from applied problems such as water turbine design, simulation and testing to exotic studies like jellyfish swimming simulation. My current research focusses on three particular areas: cavitation, advanced water treatment and viscoelastic fluid flow.

During the last few years I've worked extensively with colleagues from Uni-Ljubljana (Slovenia), Arts et Métiers ParisTech Lille (France), TU Darmstadt (Germany), Uni-Goettingen (Germany), University of Applied Sciences Heidelberg (Germany), ZARM Bremen (Germany) and Legi Grenoble (France).

By combining numerical simulations, analytical methods and experiments, I want to paint a complete picture of the physics behind the fluid flow phenomena. In the coming years, I wish to continue to describe fundamental aspects multiphase flows and flows of complex fluids. At the same time, I plan to keep interacting with researchers in neighbouring fields to ensure that my work remains ultimately driven by actual applications.


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