Research

I'm currently a PhD student at University of Southampton studying cavitation collapse in complex geometries. I graduated from University of Southampton in 2019 with an MEng in Aeronautics and Astronautics with a focus on Computational Engineering and Design. Below are my current and past research projects. You can also find me on various platforms using the links below, or email me at [email protected]
Photograph of Elijah Andrews.

Cavity Collapse Near Slot Geometries

Vapour bubbles in water collapse towards a nearby solid boundary producing a jet that can clean, or damage, the boundary. It is useful to understand how different boundary geometries will affect the direction in which the jet is produced. We numerically and experimentally investigate how a slot in a flat boundary affects the jet direction of a single bubble.
APS DFD 2019 Presentation
Slides presented at APS DFD annual conference 2019.
[PPT] [Link]
26th Nov 2019

GPU Enabled Particle Simulation

My undergraduate individual project centered around implementing the Discrete Element Method for a GPU using OpenCL. The program was used to simulate and analyse agglomeration behaviour in a series of Taylor-Green vortices.
DEMOranges code
The GitHub repository for the project code.
[Link]
27th Dec 2019
IP Poster
A PDF version (no animations) of my individual project poster.
[PDF]
8th Jun 2018
IP Project Report
The full project report for my individual project.
[PDF]
4th May 2018