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Associate ProfessorMechanical Engineering
Faculty of Applied Science
Dana’s core research areas are in Biofluid Mechanics, Liquid crystals, Multiphase flow, Fluid Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics, and Rheology. A few accomplishments:
- Development of new robust and efficient computational methods to simulate 2D and 3D flows of liquid crystalline materials in complex geometries potentially for industrial and biomedical applications.
- Fundamental understanding of synovial fluid rheological behavior, and the effect of viscosupplements and glucosamine on it.