My name is Roozbeh Mousavi. I work in Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany) as a research associate in the field of the CFD simulation, specifically the CFD simulation of the cavitation flows.
I accomplished my PhD research in the same university in the field of the higher-order discontinuous Galerkin method for the CFD simulation of the multiphase flows.
I achieved my Master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Shiraz University (Iran). My B.Sc. thesis was on the FEM simulation of the structural vibration and my M.Sc. thesis on the CFD simulation of the cavitation flows and bubble dynamics.
I am very interested in using CFD for investigating the physics of the flow and optimizing the performance of the fluid systems.
I became familiar with Simscale in my short stay in an engineering office last year. I am working with this platform since the beginning of this year as an academic user. I used Simscale to perform some CFD simulations for the Formula student team of TU Darmstadt to determine the aerodynamic performance of their racing car.
It is great that the Simscale platform is getting more and more user-friendly and more capabilities are being included.