Dr Adam Sadowski's Staff Seminar Series

Posted on by Remi B Pelletier

"Modelling of Failures Under Eccentric Discharge in Thin Metal Silos"
The first Staff Seminar Series lecture of this academic year was fantastically done by Dr. Adam Sadowski on his research on the phenomenon of unsymmetrical flow patterns. The students eagerly listened as Adam broke down the complex engineering behind these patterns and how the condition can be very serious structurally. He also emphasised that the problem is additionally compounded by the complexity in the loading and the difficulty in performing proper measurements. The talk gave a glimpse into the third year module which Adam teaches and many students showed their interest in taking this module afterwards.
CivSoc would like to thank Adam for taking the time to talk about his research and we hope he comes again in the future. 

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