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Scientific or expert activities of the Department are predominantly related to research in the field of modeling and optimization of fluid flow, especially mathematical models, numerical methods and computer simulation of open channel flow and flooding,

flow in pipelines with surges and cavitation, flow and dispersion in the atmosphere, pollution and flow in turbo machinery. Other activities include the engineering of technical optimization software, accompanied with theoretical optimization research.

Latest News

Lecture "Computer Simulation of Wildfire Spreading"

On Monday, April 1st, Marko Buljan ing. mag. mech. will held a lecture titled "Computer Simulation of Wildfire Spreading". This presentation will be a summary of the recently defended graduate thesis in which a numerical model of forest fire (wildfire) spread has been developed in the OpenFOAM program package.

The lecture will start at 12:00 in the Laboratory for Computational Engineering (Room L10). The lecture is open to all interested teachers and students.

2019. Mar 29. 11:44Posted by Stefan Ivić

Paper published in Water Research journal

We are pleased to announce a publication of a scientific paper entitled "Temporal variations analyses and predictive modeling of microbiological seawater quality". The article is co-authored by our Department members and published in Water Research journal.

2017. Jun 02. 01:24Posted by Stefan Ivić

Ergodicity-Based Cooperative Multiagent Area Coverage via a Potential Field

We are pleased to announce that the paper entitled "Ergodicity-Based Cooperative Multiagent Area Coverage via a Potential Field" by Stefan Ivić, Bojan Crnković and Igor Mezić is accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics.

The manuscript of the paper and supplementary material is already avaliable online: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7786872/

2016. Dec 23. 10:55Posted by Stefan Ivić

WENO 1d interpolation

A small header only c++ library that performes Lagrange barrycentric and WENO 1d interpolation.

2016. Sep 23. 02:23Posted by Jerko Škifić

The site is up again!

Due to some hardware issues the site sim.riteh.hr was down for several weeks.

The migration to new hardware is now finished and the site is online again.

2015. Dec 16. 03:05Posted by Stefan Ivić
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