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Department of Applied Hydrodynamics Laboratory of Applied and Computational Hydrodynamics Laboratory of Experimental Applied Hydrodynamics Laboratory of Filtration Hydroelasticity Laboratory

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Aero-elasticity in turbo-machinery Hydroelasticity of Very Large Floating Structures Hydroelasticity of Underwater Pipelines, Cables and Risers Hydroelasticity of Ships and Slamming

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Blade Unit of Fan Wheel Aerodynamic Characteristics Tunnel Ventilation Unit

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HYDROELASTICITY OF VERY LARGE FLOATING STRUCTURES

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HYDROELASTICITY OF SHIPS AND SLAMMING

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Wave Profile in Dam-Breaking Problem for Dry Bed Dashed line is for classical theory Circles show wave profile observed in experiments Solid line presents the wave profile by new theory (LIH) Laboratory of Applied and Computational Hydrodynamics

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Local heating of free-falling liquid film 10% spirit in water. EXPERIMENT CALCULATIONS

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Laboratory of Experimental Applied Hydrodynamics Staff: 1 professor, 4 senior researchers (Ph.D) 2 engineers Principal research topics: Linear and non-linear waves in homogeneous and stratified fluids, Fluid-body interaction, Hydrodynamic loads, Turbulence, Wakes and Hydraulic Flows

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Dam-break wave generated by removal of a gate at a bottom step Solid lines - theoretical solution, dot lines - approximate solution (lines 1,2 - free surface, lines 3,4 - lower boundary of the turbulent surface layer, water to the left from the gate was coloured with ink) Experimental set-up Dam-Breaking Problem

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Internal waves generated by a circular cylinder oscillating in a linearly stratified fluid of limited depth. The images are obtained with syntetic schlieren technique For vertical (a) and horizontal (b) oscillations waves degenerate into 1-st and 2nd modes, respectively. The oscillation frequency is the same in both cases. (a) (b)

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Simulations of an invaded zone in borehole drilling The evolution of an invaded zone drilling in water- and oil-saturated sand formations is studied by mathematical modelling of hydrodynamic processes in porous media filled with a two-component fluid. The use of hydrodynamic modelling to interpret high- frequency electromagnetic logs makes it possible to construct consistent geoelectric and hydrodynamic models for formations with different fluid saturations. C-salt concentration, S - water saturation, v(t) - rate of drilling, k(z) - permeability, H – hydrodynamic head Laboratory of Filtration

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