Kazuki Maeda's Research Page

Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University

Integrated Complex Flow Research

The dynamics of complex flows involving bubbles, droplets, particles, and chemical reactions, and their interactions with complex geometries, acoustic waves, and turbulence, are critical for the development and analysis of various engineering systems. The focus of my research is on the complex flow physics for applications by integrating modeling, computing, data analysis, control, and companion experiments. I actively work on propulsion, energy, and medical applications as well as on interdisciplinary research.

Kazuki Maeda

Research Associate

Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University

481 Panama Mall

Stanford, CA 94305-3024

[Email]

Numerical experiment of cloud cavitation induced by high-intensity ultrasound