URBAN PHYSICS &
ENVIRONMENTAL WIND ENGINEERING




Department of the Built Environment

Eindhoven Energy Institute
Eindhoven Multiscale Institute



Department of Civil Engineering
 

Bert Blocken, PhD, MSc
Chair of Urban Physics and Building Physics


Building Physics and Services
Department of the Built Environment
Eindhoven University of Technology
THE NETHERLANDS

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Division of Building Physics
Department of Civil Engineering
University of Leuven
BELGIUM

 

 


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Images: Computational grid for stadium ventilation. (Van Hooff, Blocken 2013)
 


 

Images: Cyclist aerodynamics. (Blocken, Defraeye, Koninckx, Carmeliet, Hespel 2012)
 


 

Images: Eindhoven city center CFD model (Papadopoulos, Janssen, Blocken 2013)
 


 

Images: CFD simulation of wind conditions for helicopter landing operations on the Island Frontier Intervention Vessel (Blocken, Janssen 2012)
 


 

Images: CFD simulation of wind conditions in the Port of Rotterdam (Janssen, Blocken, Van Wijhe 2012)
 


 

Images: CFD simulation of cross-ventilation and analysis of physical and numerical diffusion effects  (Ramponi & Blocken 2012)
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   Images: CFD analysis of natural ventilation of the Amsterdam ArenA football stadium, The Netherlands (van Hooff & Blocken 2009). Click here to read more.


 

Images: CFD analysis of wind conditions at the campus of Eindhoven University of Technology (Janssen, van Hooff, Blocken 2010)
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   Images: Left: Q-Flex LNG carrier. Right: Sea canal Ria de Ferrol, Galicia, Spain. CFD simulations of wind environmental conditions for the carriers (Blocken 2009). Click here to read more.


 

Images: CFD analysis of gas dispersion in downtown Montreal, Canada (Gousseau, Blocken, Stathopoulos, van Heijst 2010)
 


 

DEPARTMENT OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

UNIT BUILDING PHYSICS
AND SERVICES