Matthew Rau

Affiliate Researcher
Titles and Affiliations
Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Research Summary

I study a variety of transport problems related to laminar, turbulent, and multiphase flows. Particular interests include particulate carbon transport and sequestration in natural bodies of water and vortex-induced mass transfer effects in electrochemical systems.

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Recent Publications

The impact of fiber arrangement and advective transport in porous electrodes for silver-based thermally regenerated batteries

Cross, N. R., Hall, D. M., Lvov, S. N., Logan, B. E. & Rau, M. J., Aug 20 2021, In: Electrochimica Acta. 388, 138527.

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A method to measure marine particle aggregate disruption in situ

Ackleson, S. G. & Rau, M. J., Nov 2020, In: Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 18, 11, p. 644-655 12 p.

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Viscous fluid flow inside an oscillating cylinder and its extension to Stokes' second problem

Song, Y. & Rau, M. J., Apr 1 2020, In: Physics of Fluids. 32, 4, 043601.

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