Dr Neil Cagney
|Tel:||+44(0)20 7882 8942|
|Location:||E405, Engineering, Mile End|
|Expertise:||My research is focused on experimental analysis of fluid flows, often using a combination of flow measurements techniques (e.g. Particle-Image Velocimetry, visualisation) and post-processing methods (e.g. Lagrangian analysis) to identify the underlying physics of a problem.|
|Research keywords:||Flow measurement, Mixing, Flow-induced Vibration, Fluid-structure interaction, Mixing, Complex Fluids|
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Dr Neil Cagney studied Mechanical Engineering in Trinity College Dublin, before completing a PhD in University College London with Prof. Stavroula Balabani in 2013, experimentally examining the vortex-induced vibration of structures. Following this, Dr Cagney worked in a variety of areas, including processing of biofuel products, thermal convection, processing of complex fluids and mixing, before joining Queen Mary in 2019. His current interesting include flow-induced vibration and small-scale energy harvesting.