Miodrag Darko Matovic PhD, P.Eng

Term Adjunct

Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Adjunct Faculty
Fax: 613-533-6489
Jackson Hall, Room: 109

Expertise: Combustion, Fluid Dynamics
Miodrag Darko Matovic
Biography Research Teaching Publications

BASc, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1980 
MASc, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1989 
PhD, Queen's University, Kingston, 1993 

I am doing research in Fluid Dynamics (Computational and Experimental) and Combustion. In computational fluid dynamics (CFD) I am working on development of numerical methods for incompressible flow, including large eddy simulation (LES), multigrid acceleration, local grid refinement and non-staggered grid formulation. The emphasis is on advanced turbulent modelling, the accuracy of discretisation schemes, advances in grid generation, solver techniques and visualisation of numerical simulations. 

This term I am teaching MECH341 (Fluid Mechanics II) Engineering Measurements and Instrumentation) and MECH 444 (Computational Fluid Dynamics). 

In previous years I was teaching MECH 215 (Instrumentation and Measurement), MECH 241 (Fluid Mechanics I), MECH 864 (Engineering analysis), , MECH 934 (Advanced Topics in Numerical Modeling of Fluid Flow) and MEE513 at RMC. 

Refereed journal publications 

  • B.A. Fleck, D. Matovic, E.W. Grandmaison and A. Sobiesiak. Modelling of the near-field of a multiple-jet burner. IFRF Combustion Journal, (200306) December 2003. 
  • B. A. Fleck, R. M. Meier, M. D. Matovic. A Field Study of the Wind Effects on the Performance of an Unglazed Transpired Solar Collector, Solar Energy 73 (3) (2002) pp. 209-216, 2002 
  • F. Liu, H. Guo, G. J. Smallwood, O. L. Gulder, M. D. Matovic, Robust and Accurate Algorithm of the pdf Integration and Its Application to Turbulent Methane-Air Diffusion Combustion in a Gas Turbine Combustor Simulator, Int. J. of Thermal Science, 41 (8): 763-772, 2002 

Conference proceedings 

  • Poirier, D., Grandmaison, E.W. , Matovic, M.D., Lawrence, A.D. and Boyd, E., Oxygen-enriched Combustion Studies with the Low NOX CGRI Burner, Combustion Institute, Canadian Section, Spring Technical Meeting, Kingston, May 9-13, 2004 
  • M. D. Matoivic, R. J. martinuzzi, Large Eddy Simulation study of a wall-induced perturbation of vortedx shedding from a square cylinder, IIIrd Int. Conf. On Turbulent Shear Flows, Kyoto, May 2003 
  • D. Poirier, E.W. Grandmaison, A.D. Lawrence, M.D. Matovic and E. Boyd, Oxygen-enriched Combustion Studies with the Low NOX CGRI Burner, Proc. Of Combustion Canada 2003 conference, 10 pages, Vancouver, BC, Sept. 22-24, 2003. 
  • D. Matovic, E.W. Grandmaison, Z. Miao, and B. Fleck. Mixing patterns in a multiple-jet, ultra-low-NO CGRI burner. In The American Flame Research Committee Spring Meeting, May 2002. 
  • M. Matovic, R. Martinuzzi, Modification of Spanwise Structures due to the Proximity of a Solid Wall, Accepted for the 2nd Int. Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, Stockholm, Sweden, June 27-29, 2001. 
  • B. Fleck, M. D. Matovic, R. Meyer, Wind effects on an unglazed transpired solar collector, Accepted at the 9th Int. Conf. on Solar Energy in High Latitudes Leiden, The Netherlands May 6-8, 2001. 
  • R. Kahn, E. W. Grandmaison, M. Matovic: Influence of the Velocity Ratio and jet Spacing on the Mixing of Multiple Interacting Jets in a Crossflow, Combustion Institute, Canadian Section, Spring Technical Meeting, Montreal, May 12-15, 2001 
  • M. D. Matovic, Solver Performance at Non-Matching Interfaces, CFD2000 conference, Montreal, June 11-13, 2000 
  • M. D. Matovic, Evaluation of the flow around the square cylinder, Challenge 2000, CFD Conference, Montreal, June 11-13, 2000. 
  • B. Fleck, H. Becker, A. Sobiesiak, M. Matovic and A. Lawrence, Ultra-low-NOx Natural Gas Burner: development and Performance, 5th European Conf. on Industrial Furnaces and Boilers, Porto, Portugal, 11-14 April, 2000 
  • L. Y. Huang, M. D. Matovic, and J. X. Wen, 3D CFD Modelling of Pool Fires in a Large Compartment, 2000 Spring Technical Meeting, Combustion Institutute, Canadian Section, 15-17 May 2000. 

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