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Henry Burridge Dr

Henry  Burridge , Dr

Lecturer in Environmental Fluid Mechanics

Faculty of Engineering,

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering


Research Interests

Henry's research focuses on fluid mechanics for the built environment. This ranges from the fundamental understanding of turbulent flows with buoyancy and stratification (and the mixing thereof), includes the practical application of this understanding to the human-focused ventilation of buildings and encompasses the modification of natural materials, for example, through the impregnation of wood and timber. To this end Henry co-leads the Low-Energy Ventilation Network, collaborates widely with industrial and academic partners, and maintains an active role within the Natural Materials Innovation for Sustainable Living.

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Royal Society Summer Exhibition 2019

Jun 27, 2019

Come visit us at our 'Timber Towers of Tomorrow' exhibit at The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2019, London from the 1st to 7th July 2019 (10am to 6pm)

FLOWER approved by the Interreg VA France (Channel) England Programme

Jun 15, 2018

FLOWER aims to develop innovative flax fibre reinforcements for sustainable composites applications in the marine, automotive and point-of-sale advertising sectors

A strategy to improve the processing of softwood to sustainable biomaterials and biofuels

Sep 21, 2017

Our recently published paper in Biotechnology for Biofuels

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