• A helium bubble in air, after being hit by a shock wave
  • A supersonic flow over a forward facing step
  • A water droplet in air, after being hit by a shock wave.
  • Break-up of particle due to impact
  • Capillary jet break-up
  • Clustering of particles in turbulence
  • Coalescence of two colliding droplets
  • Drag and lift forces on non-spherical particles from DNS
  • Dynamics of particles with asperities
  • Particles in turbulent channel flow
  • Resolved flow around an ellipsoidal particle
  • Simulation of a water jet
  • TEM image of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles
  • Understanding Agglomerates and Coating of Particles

Chair of Mechanical Process Engineering @ OvGU

Welcome to the webpages of the Chair of Mechanical Process Engineering at the Otto-von-Guericke-University in Magdeburg, Germany. The Chair of Mechanical Process Engineering works on research involving particle technology, multiphase flows, computational fluid dynamics, the production of nano-particles, and developing novel numerical methods.

On these webpages, you can find more information about or research projects, our experimental and computational facilities, our teaching subjects, and about currently available opportunities.

If you have any questions, or would like to collaborate with us, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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