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Research highlights

Research undertaken by the Curtin Institute for Computation (CIC) has been utilised in a number of industries across Australia.

Computational fluid dynamics simulations have been used to validate and design new wave energy devices, atomic scattering simulations have been utilised to develop new fluorescent lighting, extensive computation on Value-at-Risk (VaR) forecasts for the Authorised Deposit Institutes (ADI) within Australia has had significant impact on risk management practice, molecular dynamic simulations have been used to help protect endangered plant species affected by mining operations and methods developed by institutional researchers are being used to aid the transport industry in the reduction of  traffic and congestion.

Computational fluid dynamics has been used to improve the performance of large process plants.

 

Computational fluid dynamics
Computational fluid dynamics has been used to improve the performance of large process plants