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  1. RWTH and Melbourne target growth in Joint PhD numbers

    On Monday 21st of October a delegation from the University of Melbourne visited RWTH Aachen University to celebrate the development of the RWTH Aachen – University …

    rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/21/rwth-and-melbourne-target-growth-in-joint-phd-numbers

  2. Boundary layers with embedded streamwise vortices

    While the past decades have seen substantial advancements in our capacity to numerically model wall-bounded turbulent flows, wall-flows encountering additional perturbations remain a significant challenge. Such …

    rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/16/boundary-layers-with-embedded-streamwise-vortices

  3. Use of machine learning to optimise turbulence modelling

    Industry relies heavily on turbulence models to make numerical predictions sufficiently affordable. However, in many situations the lack of predictive accuracy of the underlying models limits …

    rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/16/use-of-machine-learning-to-optimise-turbulence-modelling

  4. A comparative study of engine performance and pollutant formation during diesel and dimethyl ether injection

    Compression ignition engines are likely to remain a dominant prime mover for the foreseeable future, particularly in heavy duty road transport, sea transport and power generation. …

    rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/10/a-comparative-study-of-engine-performance-and-pollutant-formation-during-diesel-and-dimethyl-ether-injection

  5. Behaviour of methanol/gasoline injection in spark ignition engines

    Spark ignition engines are the dominant prime mover in passenger vehicles today, and this will remain the case for decades to come whilst the vehicle fleet …

    rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/10/behaviour-of-methanol-gasoline-injection-in-spark-ignition-engines

  6. Virtual Power Plants: Pathway to clean electricity in urban areas

    Cities are responsible for 75% of energy consumption and 80% of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. However, cities also exhibit substantial internal interactions among energy vectors and …

    rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/03/virtual-power-plants-pathway-to-clean-electricity-in-urban-areas

  7. Plasticity induced magnetisation losses in energy conversion processes

    Application: Electro-mechanical energy conversions processes related to electromobility and conventional energy generation/conversion Problem: Cutting of metallic sheets causes defects, which enhance magnetisation hysteresis and energy conversion …

    rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/02/plasticity-induced-magnetisation-losses-in-energy-conversion-processes

  8. Novel flowable lithium-ion battery

    Significant advancement in electrochemical storage materials and energy storage systems has been made in the past few decades. Among these, redox flow batteries (RFB) have paved …

    rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/02/novel-flowable-lithium-ion-battery

  9. Tuning Carbon Properties For Slurry Flow Electrodes In Vanadium Redox Batteries

    This project will explore the role of carbonaceous materials in state-of-the-art all-vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) electrodes. VRFBs are especially suited for large stationary energy storage …

    rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/02/tuning-carbon-properties-for-slurry-flow-electrodes-in-vanadium-redox-batteries

  10. Life cycle sustainability assessment of office buildings, from smart to sustainable

    To reduce energy demand associated with the building sector, the major focus has been on improving the energy efficiency of the building operational phase. Monitoring energy …

    rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/09/26/life-cycle-sustainability-assessment-of-office-buildings-from-smart-to-sustainable

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