Postdoc in Computational Fluid Dynamics with relevance to Turbochargers

Published Jun 07, 2016

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, School of Engineering Sciences

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This project will be run within the Competence Center for Gas Exchange (CCGEx). CCGEx focuses on research regarding gas management in modern internal combustion engines. The overall aim is to make engines more efficient and environment-friendly thus to increase fuel efficiency without losing performance, lower emissions of hazardous substances and to manage sound generation and attenuation in the engine gas handling system. The research is based on extensive knowledge of fluid dynamics, turbocharging and combustion engine technology and includes both fundamental and applied experiments and simulations as well as development of methodology for such studies. The center is a combined effort between KTH, the Swedish Energy Agency, and leading organizations in automotive industry.

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Last changed: Jun 07, 2016