My research interests are in broad areas of fluid mechanics. From predicting and understanding of water motion in the environment to prediction of behaviour of dispersed and continuous phases in multiphase turbulent reacting flows. My Ph.D. dissertation examines the multiphase turbulent mixing and reacting flows. During my research experience, I have developed computational approaches and numerical models to attain a thorough understanding of behavior of single-phase and multiphase complex flows in steady-state and transient situations. My postdoctoral project is building a new parallel time-marching solver for numerical analysis of unsteady flow of partial differential equation (PDE) solutions in the U.S. EPA Stormwater Management Model.

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