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January 2008 - March 2009

University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Institute of Technology
Department of Geology and Geophysics

PI: Martin O. Saar

Fluid Flow and Particle Dynamics Simulations

These researchers conduct simulations of fluid flow in a range of geological and geophysical processes. These include groundwater flow that is often coupled with heat and solute transport, multiphase-multicomponent fluid flow in geothermal regions, volcano-hydrologic modeling, and simulations of magma/lava and bubbly suspension rheology and emplacement of such suspensions in and on the earth’s crust to investigate volcanic eruption dynamics.

Group Members

Scott Alexander, Research Associate
Karli Anderson, Undergraduate Student
Judith Andrews, Graduate Student
Ravi Appana, Graduate Student
Matthew Covington, Research Associate
Maria Davis, Graduate Student
Lillian Gorman, Undergraduate Student
Alex Morrison, Undergraduate Student
Joe Myre, Graduate Student
Ryan O’Grady, Undergraduate Student
Jimmy Randolph, Graduate Student
Stuart D.C. Walsh, Research Associate