Evgeny Timofeev

Title: 
Associate Professor
Evgeny Timofeev
Contact Information
Address: 

McConnell Engineering Building, Room 121

Email address: 
evgeny.timofeev [at] mcgill.ca
Phone: 
514-398-4382
Degree(s): 

Ph.D. St.Petersburg State Technical University, St. Petersburg, Russia
M.Sc. Leningrad Polytechnical Institute, Leningrad, USSR

Courses: 

MECH 341: Thermodynamics 2 (3 Credits)
MECH 403D1: Thesis (Honours) (3 Credits)
MECH 403D2: Thesis (Honours) (3 Credits)
MECH 403N1: Thesis (Honours) (3 Credits)
MECH 403N2: Thesis (Honours) (3 Credits)
MECH 404: Honours Thesis 2 (3 Credits)
MECH 430: Fluid Mechanics 2 (3 Credits)

Research areas: 
Combustion and Energy Systems
Selected publications: 
  • Veillard, X., Tahir, R., Timofeev, E., and Molder, S. "Limiting Contractions for Starting a Ramp Intake with Overboard Spillage," AIAA J. of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 24(5), 2008, pp. 1042-1049.
  • Rahman, S., Timofeev E., and Kleine, H. "On Pressure Measurements in Blast Wave Flow Fields Generated by Milligram Charges," Review of Scientific Instruments, Vol. 78, 2007, 125106.
  • Hassan, T., Timofeev, E., Saito, T., Shimizu, H., Ezura, M., Tominaga, T., Takahashi, A., and Takayama, K., "Computational Replicas: Reconstruction of Cerebral Vessels as Volume Numerical Grids Using Three-Dimensional Angiography", American Journal of Neuroradiology, Vol. 25, 2004, pp. 1356-1365.
  • Sokolov, I., Timofeev, E., Sakai, J., and Takayama, K., "Artificial Wind - a New Framework to Construct Simple and Efficient Upwind Shock-Capturing Schemes," Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 181, 2002, pp. 354-393.
  • Timofeev, E., Molder, S., Voinovich, P., Hosseini, S.H.R., and Takayama, K., "Shock Wave Reflections in Axisymmetric Flow," In: Lu, F. (Ed.-in-Chief), "Shock Waves," CD-ROM Proceedings of the 23th International Symposium on Shock Waves, Fort Worth, USA, 22-27 July, 2001, University of Texas at Arlington, pp. 1486-1493.
  • Timofeev, E., Skews, B.W., Voinovich, P.A., and Takayama K., "The Influence of Unsteadiness and Three-Dimensionality on Regular-to-Mach Reflection Transitions: a High-Resolution Study," In: Ball, G.J., Hillier, R., Roberts, G..T. (Eds.), "Shock Waves", Proceedings of the 22th International Symposium on Shock Waves, London, UK, 18-23 July, 1999, University of Southhampton, 1999, Vol. 2, pp. 1231-1236.

For More Significant Publications

Current research: 
  • Hybrid explicit-implicit flow solvers for unsteady shocked flows.
  • Influence of viscosity and shock curvature on unsteady shock reflections.
  • Study on starting of hypersonic air inlets.
  • Modeling the dynamics of detonation product interactions.
  • A nonlinear acoustics solver for the problems involving waves phase conjugation.
Areas of interest: 

Primary Research Theme: Combustion and Energy Systems
Secondary Research Theme: Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics

My research interests are related to the numerical modelling of unsteady high-speed compressible flows, with particular emphasis on unsteady effects. My general research objectives can be grouped into two major categories: (a) The development of accurate and efficient numerical methods and computer codes specifically tailored for unsteady high-speed multi-dimensional multi-scale flows with spatially-localized features (shock waves, contact surfaces, boundary layers etc.); (b) Their validation and application to a wide range of basic and applied problems (in aerospace propulsion, industrial safety, transportation, mining, various industrial devices operating with the presence of high-speed gas motion, biomedical research, non-destructive testing etc.)

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