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Energy

Interdisciplinary Research Centre
 

Research

My research interests at the Magnetic Resonance Research Centre lie in the development and application magnetic resonance methods to process and reaction engineering and in particular the understanding of multi-component reaction, diffusion and flow processes.

In Particular my interests focus on the development and application of ultra-fast magnetic resonance (MR) techniques to problems encountered in process engineering. We have principally used these techniques in the areas of fluid dynamics of single- and two-phase flows and in trickle bed reactors though the ability of MRI to acquire fast non-invasive, motion sensitive images is of value in many areas of process engineering to help improve fundamental understanding. In recent years we have reduced typical image acquisition times by up to 3 orders of magnitude and applied these imaging techniques to systems of process interest.

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Professor in Magnetic Resonance in Engineering
Dr. Andrew  Sederman
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