***Welcome to Fluid Dynamics Research Lab***

Fluid Dynamics Research Lab
Department of Mathematics
Indian Institute of Technology Ropar
Punjab - 140001, India



Our group looks at theoretical investigations of various fluid flow problems such as Viscous fingering (VF) instability in miscible and immiscible fluids. We also investigate influence of hydrodynamic instability in the flow based separation (ex: Liquid Cromatography). These fascinating hydrodynamic problems are modelled mathematically and both qualitative and quantitative analyses are performed.

Recent Publications

  • Zahreddine Hafsi, S. Elaoud, Manoranjan Mishra and M. Akrout's paper on Automated Framework for Water Looped Network Equilibrium, Water Resource Management, (2017),(in press).
  • Vandita Sharma, Satyajit Pramanik and Manoranjan Mishra's paper on Dynamics Of A Highly Viscous Circular Blob In Homogeneous Porous Media is accepted in Fluids (Special Issue Convective Instability in Porous Media).
  • Chinar Rana and Manoranjan Mishra's paper on Interaction between shock layer and viscous fingering in a Langmuir adsorbed solute is accepted in Physics of Fluids.
  • Satyajit Pramanik and Manoranjan Mishra's paper on FINGERING INSTABILITY AND MIXING OF A BLOB IN POROUS MEDIA is accepted in Physical Review E.
  • Satyajit Pramanik and Manoranjan Mishra's paper on Coupled effect of viscosity and density gradients on fingering instabilities of a miscible slice in porous media is accepted in Phys. Fluids.

Research Highlights

Recent Events and Updates

  • Santanu Das's abstract titled Wall effects on viscous fingering instability is accepted for the FIAM 2018-International conference on Frontiers in Industrial and Applied Mathematics, NIT Hamirpur, April 2018.
  • Manoranjan Mishra organized a GIAN course Hydrodynamic stability: Theory, Computation & Applications, December 11 - 15, 2017.
  • Manoranjan Mishra gave an invited talk at the 14th International Conference on Flow Dynamics (ICFD2017), Sendai, Miyagi, Japan, November 1-3, 2017.
  • Vandita Sharma won excellent work award for the poster presented at First forum of the Chinese Society of Visualization, Science and Art, St. John’s University, Taiwan.
  • Chinar Rana and Manoranjan Mishra 's Phys. Fluids. 29, 032108, appeared in Editor’s picks.



IITRPR
Indian Institute of Technology Ropar Department of Mathematics
Nangal Road, Rupnagar - 140001, Punjab, India