Dr.  Dimitri  J.  Mavriplis
 

Contact Infomation

        Professor
          Department of Mechanical Engineering
          Dept. 3295    1000 E. University Ave.
          University of Wyoming
          Laramie, WY 82072


        Phone: (307) - 766-2868
        Fax :   (307) - 766-2695
        Email: mavripl@uwyo.edu



HOME PAGE: http://wwweng.uwyo.edu/mechanical/faculty/Dimitri_Mavriplis/HOME

CFD LAB PAGE: http://wwweng.uwyo.edu/mechanical/faculty/Dimitri_Mavriplis/LAB/lab.html

 more recent photo        at work in office
 




BIOGRAPHICAL INFO


*   Current Position:
       Professor
       Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
       University of Wyoming
       (Joined August 2003)


*   January 2003 - August 2003:
       Research Fellow
       National Institue of Aerospace (NIA) 
       Hampton, VA
 
                                                     
*   February 1987 - December 2003:
       Research Fellow
       ICASE
       NASA Langley Research Center
       Hampton, VA

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EDUCATION:
  • Ph.D   Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University, 1987
  • M. Eng.  Mechanical Engineering, McGill University, 1982
  • B. Eng.   Mechanical Engineering, McGill University, 1980


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    RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Unstructured Mesh CFD Methods
  •  Multigrid Methods
  • Adaptive Meshing
  • Parallel Computing
  • High-Lift Aerodynamics
  • Large Eddy and Detached Eddy Simulations on Unstructured Grids
  • Parallel Implicit Methods for Radiation Transport Problems

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    OTHER ACTIVITIES

  • Author of commerically available NSU2D/NSU3D CFD Codes
  • Consultant to Aerospace Industry for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
  • Member: AIAA Drag Prediction Workshop Committee   (see web site)
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    RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS (these are several years old, to be updated soon ...)

    High Altitude CFD Laboratory
    Large Scale Aircraft High-Lift Computations
    Drag Prediction in Transonic Flow using NSU3D
    Parallel Benchmarking of Unstructured Grid Codes
    Parallel Implicit Solvers for Radiation Transport (ASCI Level 2 Project)
    More to come ...


     

    DOWNLOADBLE PAPERS

     
  •   Most publications since 2004



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    DOWNLOADABLE TALKS

     
  •  Viewable Slides in PDF and/or PPT Format



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    STUDENT THESES

     
  •   Completed Student Theses Manuscripts and Presentations



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    COMPLETE PUBLICATION LIST (click here) (last update June 2009)


     

    Downloadable ICASE Reports (click here) (last update April 2002)





     

    OUTSIDE OF WORK . . .

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