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Research Prize Given for Efficient and Innovative CFD Solution
Posted Tue October 25, 2005 @02:38PM
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News Dr. Patrick Jenny, an engineer at the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, has won this year's Latsis prize for his work on fluid dynamics.

The 39-year-old professor at the Institute of Fluid Dynamics was honoured for his "efficient and innovative solutions" in the computer-assisted simulation of complex fluid systems in nature and technology.

Specifically, Dr. Jenny has been researching probability density function (PDF) modeling of turbulent reactive flow, multi-phase flow in porous media and multi-scale modeling.


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