Academic Staff and Fellows

Takenobu MICHIOKA
Associate Professor Doctor of Enginnering
Department/Mechanical Engineering  Graduate school/Mechanical Engineering

We are working to elucidate and model the detailed behavior of flows, heat, and materials, such as inside mechanical equipment like chemical reactors and in flow fields in the environment. We also do research to develop practical numerical models helpful to industry.

Visualization of the concentration of (a) chemical species A and (b) chemical product in a turbulent reacting mixing layer by numerical simulation

Research Area Fluid Engineering, Turbulent Flows, Material and Thermal Diffusion
Research Interests Turbulent reacting flows, atmospheric dispersion, multiphase turbulent flows
Selected Publications (1) Effect of fetch on a mechanism for pollutant removal from a two-dimensional street canyon, Boundary-Layer Meteorology. vol. 160, pp. 185-199. (2016)
(2) Large-eddy simulation of pollutant removal from a three-dimensional street canyon, Boundary-Layer Meteorology. vol. 150, pp. 259-275. (2014)
(3) Large-eddy simulation coupled to mesoscale meteorological model for gas dispersion in an urban district, Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 75 pp. 153-162 (2013).
Education
(Master's/Doctral Course)
ME from Kyushu University, DE from Kyoto University

Fluid Engineering Laboratory

E-mail michioka(at)mech.kindai.ac.jp
  • Note that this e-mail address has replaced the "@" with "(at)" to prevent spam. When e-mailing, replace the "(at)" with "@".

Academic Staff and Fellows