Opportunity at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Computational Fluid Dynamics and Mathematical Modeling
Information Technology Laboratory, Applied and Computational Mathematics Division
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|McFadden, Geoffrey B.
Numerical and analytical methods are used to study problems that involve convection or diffusion in physics and chemistry. Of particular interest is the formulation and implementation of methods that are suitable for large-scale computations. Analysis of model problems is also pursued when appropriate.
One application is the description of convection occurring during the solidification of binary alloys. Interesting features of this problem include the existence of significantly different time scales associated with diffusion of temperature and concentration, and the behavior of the interface between the liquid and solid phases of the material.
Computational fluid dynamics; Convective heat transfer; Mathematical models; Metal solidification;
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