Solving the Difficult Problems
At Applied FluidTech, we solve the difficult problems. Serving a variety of industries, we are your first choice in providing advanced insights into your engineering problems. We help all our clients with timely analysis and design solutions, improving product efficiency, reliability and performance.
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Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics
Multiphase Flows and Desanders
Vibration Diagnostics, Spectral Analysis
Data Science: Machine Learning, Genetic Algorithms, Optimization, Reduced Order Modeling
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
Experimental Aerodynamic Testing
Custom Software Development
Aerospace & Defense
Oil & Gas
Industrial & Power Generation
Dr. Chris Morton completed his undergraduate degree in Mechatronics Engineering at the University of Waterloo in 2008. His Masters and PhD were completed in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Waterloo with an area of specialization in Fluid Mechanics. During his PhD studies, he spent time at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands, gaining expertise with state of the art laser-based fluid flow measurement systems (specifically Tomographic Particle Image Velocimetry). His research focuses on solving problems in bluff body aerodynamics, fluid-structure interaction, flow control, and energy harvesting.
Dr. Paul Ziadé obtained his BASc and MEng degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Waterloo. He completed a PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Toronto, where he specialized in computational fluid dynamics (CFD), transitional aerodynamic flows, and flow control. Prior to joining the University of Calgary as an instructor, Paul spent four years as an analyst in the Canadian nuclear industry. During this time, he performed stress analysis on nuclear fuel channels and developed computational tools for their analysis, was heavily involved in the development of probabilistic risk analysis methods, and managed projects of various scales. Dr. Ziadé's research is focused on investigating problems in low-Reynolds number aerodynamics. Topics include large-eddy simulation (LES), flow stability and transition, and active flow control techniques.