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Dr. Suvash C. Saha
Senior Lecturer of Mechanical Engineering
School of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering
University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Sydney, Australia
Phone:+61 2 9514 3183 (Office)

Email: cfd@suvash.com.au (Preferred); s_c_saha@yahoo.com; suvash.saha@uts.edu.au

Biography
Dr. Suvash C. Saha is working at the University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia as a Senior Lecturer of Mechanical Engineering. His current research interests are: Computational biomechanical engineering, Solar thermal energy technology, Natural convection heat transfer in buildings and other confined geometries, Scale analysis for the transient flow etc. He received his PhD in Computational Fluid Dynamics from the School of Engineering and Physical Sciences of James Cook University, Australia in 2009. He also received his BSc (Honours) in Mathematics and MSc in Applied Mathematics with thesis group from the Department of Mathematics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. After obtaining his university degree, Dr. Saha joined at IBAIS University, Bangladesh as a lecturer of Mathematics and later promoted to Assistant Professor.

Research Interests

  • Computational biomechanical engineering
  • Living cells/tissue simulations
  • Particle flow through lung airways
  • Solar thermal energy technology
  • Natural convection heat transfer in buildings and other confined geometries
  • Scale analysis for the transient flow
  • Computational fluid dynamics, porous media, boundary layer theory
  • Magnetic convection with and without gravity
  • Natural convection induced transport in natural water bodies

Expertise

My expertise in CFD particularly includes Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS), Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and laminar natural convection based numerical modelling. My expertise broadly covers the area of energy research as well as biomedical engineering. Details of the specific application areas have been highlighted in the Section above. I am a member of Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society (AFMS) and the life member of Bangladesh Mathematical Society.

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