Industry Flow Solutions and Energy Management (INFLOWSEM) is a part of the Energy Emissions and Environment research group (EEERG). Based at the University of Huddersfield, our capabilities serve a wide range of
industries through the research, development and deployment of experimental, numerical and computational tools. The group has extensive expertise in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) which we use for flow modelling, simulations
and analysis of difficult flow systems.
We have established links with a wide range of industries, providing industry specific solutions over the last 12 years and have successfully completed over 20 industrial projects as well as several Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs).
We provide new product development support right from concept development to manufacture, as well as design and condition monitoring. We also provide specialist engineering support and consultancy services, online and onsite training as well as continuous professional development (CPD) short term courses.
Our team of dedicated engineering specialists are focused on supporting the needs of the flow handling industries such as valves, pumps, wind power, solar energy, petrochemicals, automotive systems and much more. These support services include industrial collaboration and engagement which we provide via INFLOWSEM.
Our commitment is to find innovative solutions to flow challenges and making them available to our esteemed clients. You can find out more about the services we provide by making your enquiries below.Enquire now
Fluid Dynamics Expert
Director of Business Development
Business Development Manager
Computer Aided Engineering Expert
Mathematics and Engineering Expert
New Product Development Expert
KTP Associate (Valve Industry)
KTP Associate (Radiator Industry)
KTP Associate (Fan Industry)
Professor Rakesh Mishra is a Thermo-fluids expert and a Professor of Fluid Dynamics at the University of Huddersfield. His core areas of teaching and research include Computational Fluid Dynamics, Aerodynamics, Thermodynamics,
Automotive Power Units and Advanced Energy Systems. He leads the ‘Energy Emissions and the Environment Research Group’ (EEERG) at the University. Professor Mishra is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of
Mechanical Engineers as well as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
An active consultant to many Thermo-fluid industries, Professor Mishra has run a number of projects and knowledge transfer partnerships successfully. Professor Mishra is very active in renewable energy research and is involved with many renewable energy organizations. He is a member of the Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Society of India which promotes effective use of fluid power in developing economies. Professor Mishra has published more than 200 papers in journals and conference proceedings of repute and has been invited to give key note lectures at conferences. Professor Mishra has also organised and chaired a number of conference sessions dealing with green issues.