The department conducts a highly active research group in fluid flow that benefits from worldclass codes, developed inhouse, and computational facilities. For more information see our computational modelling group's research pages. If you are interested in one of the projects listed below please feel free to contact the associated staff.

Projects


Impact Processing of Planetary Crust [‌Info Sheet - Impact Porosity‌]

Gareth Collins and Mark Wieczorek (IPGP)


Multiscale modeling of compaction of primitive solar system materials [Info Sheet - Multiscale]
Gareth Collins, Tom Davison and Phil Bland (Curtin)


Numerical Modelling of Meteoroid Airbursts and Blastwaves [‌]
Gareth Collins and Phil Bland (Curtin)


Why do impact craters collapse? [Info Sheet - Collapse]
Gareth Collins


Testing models of peak-ring crater formation [Info Sheet - Peak Ring]
Gareth Collins and Jo Morgan


 Simulating submarine slide tsunami inundation of the Shetland Islands [Info Sheet - Shetland]

Gareth CollinsMatt Piggott, Sue Dawson (Dundee)


High-resolution imaging and modelling of the magma plumbing system at the Santorini volcano [Info Sheet - Santorini]

Michele Paulatto, Joanna Morgan, Matthew Jackson


Optimisation of sensor locations for observation of air flows/pollutions [Info Sheet - Sensor]

Fangxin Fang, Christopher Pain


Rapid Response Modelling for Assessment of Pollution and Toxic Releases in Complex Urban Environments [Info Sheet - ROMInfo sheet]

Fangxin Fang, Christopher Pain


New generation data assimilation and rapid response models for urban flooding [Info Sheet - Flooding]

Fangxin Fang, Christopher Pain


Modelling carbonate heterogeneities using numerical approaches [details‌]

Cédric M. John


Modeling landscape evolution through space and time [Landscape_PhD_2016]

Gareth Roberts, Matthew Piggott, Gareth Collins, Alex Whittaker


Structure and dynamics of the ancient core of the North American continent [details]

Saskia Goes, Ian BastowFiona Darbyshire (Université du Québec) and Suzan van der Lee (Northwestern University)


Understanding Circum-Pacific tectonics: numerical subduction modelling of variable density plates [details]

Saskia Goes


Simulation of charge-slurry interactions in tumbling and stirred mills [Info Sheet - Simulation of Mills]

Prof Stephen Neethling


Tunnel fracture sealing by injection grouting – a fluid-solid interaction numerical rock mechanics study [Grout Model Project Outline]

J-P Latham and Jiansheng Xiang 


Modelling the physics to understand blasting in fractured rock masses [Rock Blasting Outline]

J-P Latham and Jiansheng Xiang 


Kink-bands across the scales – a structural geology enigma [Kink-band Project Outline]

J-P Latham and Jiansheng Xiang 


Continental Uplift and Erosion From Drainage Patterns: Predicting Sedimentary Flux to Passive Margins [O_and_G_PhD2017b‌]

Gareth Roberts and Matt Piggott