Multiphase flow & Flow visualization LAB


Announcements

2020. 09. 01. Yeo, Jieun joined MFFV for her graduate study. Welcome.


2020. 08. 14. Kim, Yewon won the best paper award in the 11th National Congress of Fluids Engineering with her presentation titled as "Deep-learning assisted shadowgraph: implementation of Mask-RCNN in bubble detection in complex two-phase flows” (by Yewon Kim & Hyungmin Park).


2019. 09. 01. Kang, Yeeun & Kim, Hyunsup joined MFFV for their graduate study. Welcome.


2019. 07. 03. Our recent paper published in Physical Review Fluids has been selected as Editor’s Suggestion (https://journals.aps.org/prfluids/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevFluids.4.074001): Diffusion characteristics of air pockets on hydrophobic surfaces in channel flow: Three-dimensional measurement of air-water interface by Hyunseok Kim & Hyungmin Park (Phys. Rev. Fluids 4, 074001)​​​


2019. 05. 07. Arma Khan come to our MFFV lab as a research exchange student. Welcome.


2019. 04. 18. Kim, Nayoung won the the best Ph.D Thesis award in the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers with her thesis titled as "Splash and cavity formation by the entry of a projectile depending its aspect ratio and surface roughness" (by Nayoung Kim & Hyungmin Park) and Kim, Yewon won the best paper award in the 2018 Spring Annual Meeting of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers with her presentation titled as "Upward bubbly flows in a square pipe with a sudden expansion" (by Yewon Kim & Hyungmin Park)


2019. 02. 26. Kim, Nayoung earned her Ph.D degree (First Ph.D from MFFV). Dr. Kim received the best Ph.D Thesis award from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, SNU, and also gave the speech in reply on behalf of the graduates in the department ceremony. Congratulations!


2019. 01. 08. Our recent paper published in Physics of Fluids has been selected as Editor’s Pick (https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.5054039): Wake structures behind a rotor with superhydrophobic-coated blades at low Reynolds number by Hongseok Choi, Jungjin Lee & Hyungmin Park (Phys. Fluids, 31, 015102)​​


2018. 10. 19. Kim, Yewon won the WISET-KSME Young Researcher award in the 2018 Spring Annual Meeting of KSME, Fluid Engineering Division, with her presentation titled as "Upward bubbly flows in a square pipe with a sudden expansion” (by Yewon Kim & Hyungmin Park).


2018. 09. 28. Our recent paper published in Physics of Fluids has been selected as Editor’s Pick (https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.5049734): Flow around in-line sphere array at moderate Reynolds number by Daehyun Choi & Hyungmin Park (Phys. Fluids, 30, 097104)


2018. 04. 19. Lee, Jubeom & Lee, Junho won the best paper award in the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers, respectively, with their presentation titled as "Two-phase turbulence in bubbly flow around a circular cylinder" (by Jubeom Lee & Hyungmin Park) and "Scalewise investigation of two-phase turbulence structure in upward turbulent bubbly pipe flow" (by Junho Lee & Hyungmin Park).

2018. 03. 01. Choi, Kyuseong & Maeng, Hwiyoung joined MFFV for their graduate study. Welcome.


2017. 05. 12. Piao, Linfeng won the best paper award in the 2017 Spring Meeting of the Korean Society of Visualization with his presentation titled as "Separation of oil from oil-water mixture flows based on the density difference" (by Linfeng Piao, Nayoung Kim & Hyungmin Park).​

2017. 03. 01. Choi, Hongseok & Park, Jooyeon joined MFFV for their graduate study. Welcome.


2017. 2. Dongascience(과학동아) interviewed MFFV​(과학동아 2017년 2월호: www.docdroid.net/HsBY04W/2017-2-.pdf.html).


2016. 12. 16. Choi, Hongseok won a gold prize in the 2016 Fall Annual Meeting of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers with his presentation titled as "Investigation of the effect of superhydrophobic surface on the propeller wake using particle image velocimetry" (by Hongseok Choi, Jungjin Lee & Hyungmin Park).​


2016. 09. 01. Kim, Yewon joined MFFV for her graduate study. Welcome.


2016. 05. 19. Lee, Joohyoung won the best paper award with his presentation at the 2015 Annual Meeting of Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers, titled as "Flow structures between a rising bubble in an oscillatory path and vertical wall” (by Joohyoung Lee & Hyungmin Park).​


2016. 03. 17. Our next research project on the “Universal thermo-hydrodynamic model for the scale-up and reliable throughput of multiphase fluidized-bed platform” has got the attentions (http://news.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2016/03/17/2016031700117.html).


2015. 11. 13. Kim, Minki won a gold prize in the 7th Fluids Engineering Competition of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers with his presentation titled as "Visualization study of the two-phase turbulence in upward laminar bubbly flows" (by Minki Kim, Jun Ho Lee & Hyungmin Park).


2015. 06. 04. Press release has been made for a recent paper titled as "The function of the alula in avian flight" in Scientific Reports (coauthored by us). It can be viewed at Eureka Alert (http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2015-06/lobe-asv060415.php)


2015. 03. 01. MD Zahidul Islam, Lee, Joohyoung & Choi, Daehyeon joined MFFV for their graduate study. Welcome.


2014. 11. 13. Kim, Nayoung was awarded for the WISET-KSME Young Female Researcher with her presentation at 2014 Spring Annual Meeting of KSME, Fluid Engineering Division, titled as "Control of the turbulent wake behind a circular cylinder using superhydrophobic surfaces” (by Nayoung Kim, Hyunseok Kim & Hyungmin Park).


2014. 08. 04. Lee, Jubeom joined MFFV for his graduate study. Welcome.


2014. 03. 01. One of our recent papers (coauthored) is listed as Most Read Articles in Physics of Fluids (February 2014): A numerical study of the effects of superhydrophobic surface on skin-friction drag in turbulent channel flow. Park, H., Park, H. & Kim, J. Physics of Fluids 25, 110815 (2013)


2014. 01. 20. Lee, Boogeon joined MFFV for his graduate study. Welcome.


2014. 01. 17. Press release has been made for a recent paper titled as “A numerical study of the effects of superhydrophobic surface on skin-friction drag in turbulent channel flow” in Physics of Fluids (coauthored by us). It can be viewed at AIP (http://publishing.aip.org/publishing/journal-highlights/smooth-sailing-rough-surfaces-can-reduce-drag) or at Eureka Alert (http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2014-01/aiop-ssr011714.php).


2013. 12. 31. MFFV Homepage open.​