Kikugawa Group, Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University

Molecular Composite Flow Laboratory

About Molecular Composite Flow Laboratory

From nanoscale to macroscale, various thermal and fluid phenomena, to which composite molecular-scale physics gets engaged, are of critical importance in the wide range of engineering and industrial processes. By using large-scale numerical simulations such as the molecular dynamics method, we investigate heat and mass transfer phenomena in the thermal and fluid engineering from the microscopic viewpoint. Integrating numerical analysis methods which can cover multiscale physics, we aim to investigate thermal and fluid phenomena having multiscale aspects. Based on this knowledge, industrial applications such as semiconductor processes and development of polymeric materials are explored.

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