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Environmental Fluid Mechanics

(Misch- und Transportvorgänge)

Institute for Hydromechanics


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mass concentration of LCS in shallow wake
Mass concentration in LCS in shallow cylinder wake flow [v.Carmer 2005].

Groin field in the River Rhein.


Stratified Flows: Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability.


Environmental Fluid Mechanics is the study of fluid mechanical processes that affect the transport of substances through the hydrosphere and atmosphere at the local and regional scale.  Here in the section of Environmental Fluid Mechanics at the Institute for Hydromechanics, we are currently working on the following topic areas: