Latest weird science of whirlpools could help build mega-sewers – article in

This month, the work conducted by Sean Mulligan and Giovanni De Cesare to visualize yet undiscovered 2D flow patterns using Met-Flow’s technology has featured in the coverage by Silicon Republic, N° 1 Irish online portal for science and technology. As mentioned in our news last February, the international team had been investigating the flow patterns of whirlpools and revealed previously unknown features that are not predicted by established models. The studies were conducted at the Department of Civil Engineering and Construction, Institute of Technology Sligo, Ireland, in collaboration with the Laboratory of Hydraulic Constructions, part of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne branch (EPFL), who are the dedicated users of our instruments.

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