We are conducting fundamental researches on a variety of fluid flow phenomena including multiphase, cavitating, non-Newtonian and liquid metal flows. We are theoretically, numerically and experimentally addressing the issues in practical view of the utilization of passive/positive functions, the optimized control, and the avoidance of negative effects. We are also developing prediction and measurement methods to realize data acquisition and analysis for large-scale and multi-scale systems.

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April 2022 (Lab guidance for bachelor course students in FY2022 at A350)
(ended)


June 22nd, 2021 (research info)
A paper has been published in Physical Review E:
Watamura et al., Bubble cascade may form not only in stout beers

March 24th, 2021 (award)
Naoyuki Kinami won JSME Miura Award

April 5th, 2019 (research info)
A paper has been published:
Watamura, T., Iwatsubo, F., Sugiyama, K., Yamamoto, K., Yotsumoto, Y. and Shiono, T., "Bubble cascade in Guinness beer is caused by gravity current instability"
Scientific Reports, 2019, DOI:10.1038/s41598-019-42094-0

(Reference:
Press release from Osaka Univ (May, 2019) Mystery of texture of Guinness beer
News article for the earlier study (APS DFD, Nov. 2017) Bubbles Clustering While Pouring Stout Beers? )


September 2018 For Prospective Students/ Admission
See www.entrance.es.osaka-u.ac.jp/features-news/830

January 2018 (research info)
"Bubbles and physics in a glass of drink" on the website at School of Engineering Science

March 2015 (research info)
"On the flow phenomena including gas-liquid interface" on the website at School of Engineering Science

July 2013
The final WEB lecture of Y. Tsujimoto