Paul F. Linden
Prof Emeritus, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Experimental and theoretical study of dynamic flows, and environmental engineering.
Professor Linden's research has applications in geophysical, environmental and industrial engineering. The flows encountered in natural and industrial contexts are usually turbulent and have variations in density which produce strong buoyancy forces. Linden's research focuses on the physical processes involved to obtain a greater understanding of the underlying principles governing these flows. He has applied his work in fluid dynamics to environmental engineering to create more "energy efficient" buildings.
Paul Linden is the G. I. Taylor Professor of Fluid Mechanics in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge. http://web.me.com/pfl4/PFL/
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