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Approach to teaching

As Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at University of Brighton, I contributed to delivery of Energy Systems (ME410, level 4, 140 students), Engineering Mathematics (XE420, level 4, 40 student tutorials), Engineering Mathematics In-Year Retrieval (XE420, level 4) and Advances and Applications in Fluid Dynamics for Automotive and Mechanical Engineering (ME648/ME646, level 6, 12 and 45 students respectively) modules. In the Energy Systems module I was responsible for the design and delivery of the part introducing students to the fundamental concepts of fluid dynamic and aerodynamics of an aerofoil in particular. I delivered lectures and practical sessions, prepared the lecture notes and presentations, designed exam questions and solutions, assessed coursework and exams.

I aim to supplement each lecture by a short automated test to provide students with a feedback on their progress through the whole module. Additionally, I am looking to support self-study by developing interactive demonstrations using web-based dynamic mathematics software GeoGebra.

Research interests

My research interest are in mathematical and numerical modeling of multi-phase flows.

My research career started at Kazan Federal University, where I focusing on the mathematical and numerical modelling of gas-particle flows in porous structures between 2008 and 2015. During this period I developed high-performance numerical codes for Lagrangian particle tracking, using CUDA technology for parallel computing on graphics cards. As a result, performance of the calculations increased for up to 70 times comparing to single-threaded CPU version of the code.

As a Research Fellow at Advanced Engineering Centre at University of Brighton I developed a new method for calculating droplet number densities in gasoline engines and applied it to the analysis of experimental observations of sprays produced by high-pressure outwardly opening pintle injector. I developed a new model for heating and evaporation of a monocomponent droplet cloud based on the Fully Lagrangian Approach and implemented it into CFD code ANSYS Fluent. My ongoing work is focused on a two-way coupled model of gas-droplet flow based on Fully Lagrangian Approach.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Kazan Federal University

Award Date: 27 Nov 2014

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Research Output

  • 5 Conference contribution with ISSN or ISBN
  • 4 Abstract
  • 4 Article
  • 1 Doctoral Thesis

Eulerian methods for modelling gas-particle flows with low inertia particles

Gilfanov, A. K., Zaripov, T. S. & Nikonenkova, T. V., 1 Mar 2019.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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  • Calculation of concentration fields of high-inertia aerosol particles in the flow past a cylindrical fibre

    Zaripov, T., Gilfanov, A., Zaripov, S., Rybdylova, O. & Sazhin, S., 21 Dec 2018, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science. London: Institute of Physics (UK), 012109. (IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science; vol. 107).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference proceeding with ISSN or ISBNConference contribution with ISSN or ISBN

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  • Modelling of the evolution of a droplet cloud in a turbulent flow

    Papoutsakis, A., Rybdylova, O., Zaripov, T., Danaila, I., Osiptsov, A. N. & Sazhin, S., 1 Mar 2018, In : International Journal of Multiphase Flow. 104, p. 233-257 25 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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