Bakgrunn og aktiviteter
My research focuses on experimental fluid mechanics, turbomachinery, computational fluid dynamic, fluid structure interactions, fatigue damage to hydro turbines, vibration, resonance, energy flexibility, sustainability, and energy transition. The research group aims to develop the next-generation of hydropower technology with robust turbine design and operational flexibility. Click on hyperlink to know more about the laboratory, Waterpower Laboratory, and the state-of-the-art research. Academic teaching responsibility involves subjects of mechanical engineering, fluid mechancis, turbomachinery, experimental techniques, etc.
Special issue on Fluid Mechanics in Hydraulic Turbines
Vitenskapelig, faglig og kunstnerisk arbeid
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- (2021) Leakage Vortex Progression through a Guide Vane’s Clearance Gap and the Resulting Pressure Fluctuation in a Francis Turbine. Energies. vol. 14 (14).
- (2021) Investigation of sediment erosion phenomenon for different blade angle distribution in Francis runner. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (EES). vol. 174.
- (2021) Investigations of Rake and Rib Structures in Sand Traps to Prevent Sediment Transport in Hydropower Plants. Energies. vol. 14 (13).
- (2021) Study of pressure pulsations in a Francis turbine designed for frequent start-stop. Journal of energy resources technology. vol. 143 (8).