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Prof. Vincenzo Armenio
Curriculum, Annual Report, Thesis: 
Current Position: 

Ph.D. student within the Doctoral School of Environmental and Industrial Fluid Mechanics

Scientific Activity: 

My P.h.d dissertation is on the topic of " Large Eddy Simulation of non-Cohesive Sediment Transport and Bed Deformation". The natural transport of sediments is one of the most important processes in environmental flows. As bed shear stress increases, sediment particles will be entrained from their resting equilibrium and transported in suspension until settles again when the local flow properties cannot further transport it. The sediment bed will be deformed as a global effect of these processes. The current study is based on the LES approach, where advanced sub-grid scale models are used to capture small scales of turbulent Flows. Sediment transport using LES, can give a very detailed picture of the sediment behavior, including sediment concentration, its response to the turbulent fluctuations and sediment transport patterns.


 M.S in Aerospace Engineering, Propulsion. Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2006–2008 Dissertation: Effect of Reduced Frequency on the Wake of an Airfoil in plunging motion Supervisor: Prof M.R. Soltani, GPA: 3/1 from 4.0. - B. Sc in Aerospace Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2001–2006 Dissertation: Analyzing LEX(Leading Edge Extension) Effect on Separation and Application of Winglet Supervisor: Prof .M. Mani.

  • Soltani. M. R, Dallali, M., “Experimental Investigation of Wake Characteristics behind a Plunging airfoil”, AEROTECH III‐2009, November 18-19, 2009, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. ·
  • Soltani. M. R, Dallali, M., “Experimental Analysis of reduced frequency effect on the wake of plunging airfoil”, 12th Iranian Fluid Dynamic Conferences, April 20-22, 2009, Babol, Iran.
  • M. Soltanian, A. M. Pezeshk, A. Mahdavi and M. Dallali, “A New Iterative Position Finding Algorithm Based on Taylor Series Expansion”, ICEE 2011, May 2011, Tehran, Iran.