Imperial College London

DrLiMa

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Lecturer in Fluid-Structure Interaction
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 1813l.ma

 
 
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Assistant

 

Miss Rebecca Naessens +44 (0)20 7594 5990

 
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Location

 

308ASkempton BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Fluid Loading - CIVE97066

Role

Course Leader

Energy Systems - CIVE97068

Aims

The aims of this module are to:

  • Practically apply the taught material from all the modules.
  • Gain a wider understanding of engineering design.
  • Prepare students for working in industry.

 

Role

Lecturer

Urban Fluid Mechanics - CIVE97069

Aims

The purpose of this module is to:

  • bring students to the forefront of the current knowledge in modelling the built environment.
  • provide students with the tools required for both internal and external fluid flows in the built environment.

Role

Lecturer

Applied Hydrodynamics - CIVE97009

Aims

This course aims to: Provide an enhanced understanding of fluid flows with a strong emphasis on fluid loading.Investigate both steady and unsteady flows appropriate to a wide range of hydrodynamic (water based) civil engineering applications. Examples are drawn from across the offshore, coastal, open-channel and marine renewable engineering sectors.Introduce the fundamentals of the loading processes and the development of simplified models appropriate to design calculations.Cultivate a high-level design capability involving the solution of practically important hydrodynamic problems.

Role

Course Leader

Fluid Mechanics 2 - CIVE50005

Aims

This module builds on the core fluid mechanics module of the First Year, seeking to introduce the additional complexities associated with unsteady fluid flows, two-dimensional flows and the description of real (rather than an ideal) fluids; the latter introducing the concepts of laminar and turbulent flows.ÿÿ These developments will be introduced in the context of modelling surface gravity waves, the loads on offshore structures, steady flow in pipes, pipe systems and open channel flows; the latter including gradually varied flow.The course includes a two-day design class held towards the end of January.ÿ

Role

Lecturer