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Competence centers and collaboration

Linné FLOW Centre

Linné FLOW Centre is an outstanding environment for fundamental research in fluid mechanics, involving the Department of Mechanics, the Marcus Wallenberg Laboratory (MWL) and the Numerical Analysis Group.
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Ercoftac Nordic Pilot Centre

The vision of the European Research Community On Flow, Turbulence And Combustion (ERCOFTAC) is to be the leading European association of research, education and industry groups in the technology of flow, turbulence and combustion. The Nordic Pilot Centre is composed of ERCOFTAC members in the nordic countries, and coordinates the research in Flow, Turbulence, and Combustion in this region.
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The Swedish e-Science Research Centre (SeRC)

The Swedish e-Science Research Centre (SeRC) is formed by the universities in Stockholm and Linköping – KTH, Linköping University (LiU), Stockholm University (SU) and Karolinska Institutet (KI) – around the two largest high-performance computing centres in Sweden: PDC at KTH and NSC at LiU. Research at SeRC is focused on the collaboration between tool makers and tool users, and this proposal brings together a core of nationally leading IT research teams and leading scientists in selected strategic application areas. The proposed Swedish e-Science Research Center will constitute a leading visionary e-Science node with a national scope and strong international ties. The four partner universities are together committed to strengthening and shaping the emerging e-Science landscape in Sweden and to give research in this field clear priority in their strategic plans.
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The Competence Center for Gas Exchange focuses on research regarding gas management in modern internal combustion engines for vehicles.xi The aim of the research is to make engines more effective and environment-friendly thus to decrease fuel consumption without losing performance, lower emissions of hazardous substances and to control sound generation and attenuation in the engine gas handling system.
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The Fluid Physics Laboratory

The Fluid Physics Laboratory (FPL) at the Dept. of Mechanics is one out of four laboratories constituting the Odqvist Laboratory at Teknikringen 8, KTH. FPL has a strong background in fundamental research in fluid mechanics and has many different flow facilities and experimental measurement equipments.
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Belongs to: Department of Mechanics
Last changed: Jun 17, 2019