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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor AM Savill
Organisation: Cranfield University
Department: Sch of Aerospace, Transport & Manufact
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Aerodynamics Fluid Dynamics
Multiphase Flow

Current EPSRC Support
EP/R029598/1 UK Consortium on Mesoscale Engineering Sciences (UKCOMES)(C)
EP/M028836/1 Deterministic Turbulence(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/L000261/1 UK Turbulence Consortium(C)
EP/L00030X/1 UK Consortium on Mesoscale Engineering Sciences (UKCOMES)(C)
EP/I01022X/1 AEROENGINE AEROACOUSTIC INTERACTIONS(P)
EP/G059969/1 Complex Adaptive Systems, Cognitive Agents and Distributed Energy (CASCADE): a Complexity Science-Based Investigation into the Smart Grid Concept(C)
EP/G069581/1 UK Turbulence Consortium(C)
EP/F005954/1 Supercomputing Resources and Support for the UK Applied Aerodynamics Consortium 2 (2007-2010)(C)
EP/E036945/1 Modelling and Simulation of Intermittent Flows(C)
EP/D035031/1 Mathematical Modelling and Computational Engineering Prediction of Turbomachinery Broadband Noise(C)
EP/D044073/1 UK Turbulence Consortium(C)
GR/S91123/02 Supercomputer Resources for the UK Applied Aerodynamics Consortium(C)
GR/S91123/01 Supercomputer Resources for the UK Applied Aerodynamics Consortium(C)
GR/S21014/01 DARP: Unsteady Aerodynamics Prediction and Simulation for Airframe and Turbomachinery Applications (PUMA) DARP(P)
GR/R28935/01 Mathematical Modelling Myocardial Conduction and Its Relationship To Sudden Arrhythmic Death(C)
GR/R64957/01 UK Turbulence Consortium.(C)
GR/M85791/01 DARP: DEVELOPMENT OF PREDICTION METHODS FOR TURBINE BLADE HEAT TRANSFER & FILM COOLING FLOWS(C)
GR/M84343/01 DARP: SHOCK BOUNDARY LAYER INTERACTION: DIRECT SIMULATION & EXPERIMENT(C)
GR/M08424/02 UK TURBULENCE CONSORTIUM(C)
GR/M05843/01 PREDICTING WAKE-PASSING TRANSITION IN TURBOMACHINERY USING AN INTERMITTENCY-CONDITIONED MODELLING APPROACH(C)
GR/M08424/01 UK TURBULENCE CONSORTIUM(C)
GR/L68346/01 IMPROVING PREDICTIVE CAPABILITY OF POROSITY/ DISTRIBUTED RESISTANCE MODELS FOR CONFINED EXPLOSIONS(C)
GR/E77039/01 MAXIMIZING DRAG REDUCTION BY MANIPULATORS AND RIBLETS:AN INTEGRATED COMPUTATIONAL/DESIGN STUDY(C)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator