350 Special Session: Festschrift for Professor Dimitri Gidaspow's 80th Birthday & Career Long Accomplishments I

Tuesday, November 18, 2014: 12:30 PM
211 (Hilton Atlanta)
Professor Gidaspow is a pioneer in the field of fluidization and development of the kinetic theory of granular flow in his two books "Multiphase Flow and Fluidization" and “Computational Techniques”. His influence is international. His models are incorporated into the commercial CFD computer code ANSYS FLUENT and the NETL supported open source code MFIX. The purpose of this session is to honor him on his 80th birthday by having former students and leaders in the field of multiphase flow and fluidization present invited papers.

Fluidization and Fluid-Particle Systems

Robert W. Lyczkowski
Email: lyczkowski@sbcglobal.net

Madhava Syamlal
Email: madhava.syamlal@netl.doe.gov

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

1:27 PM
(350d) CFD-PBE Simulation of Carbon Capture Process Using Regenerable Solid Sorbent
Hamid Arastoopour, Emad Abbasi, Emad Ghadirian, Javad Abbasian and Shahin Zarghami

2:05 PM
(350f) Development of High-Pressure High-Temperature Crude Oil Equation of State
Isaac Gamwo, Ward A. Burgess, Deepak Tapriyal, Hseen Baled, Mark McHugh, Babatunde Bamgbade, Yue Wu and Robert M. Enick

2:24 PM
(350g) CFD Model Validation of a Small Scale Carbon Capture Unit
Tingwen Li, Jean-Francois Dietiker, William Rogers, Madhava Syamlal, Rupendranath Panday, Balaji Gopalan, Jonathan Tucker, James C. Fisher II, Greggory Breault and Joseph Mei

2:43 PM
(350h) Cluster Structure-Dependent Drag Model for Simulations of Gas-Solids Risers
Lu Huilin, Liu Guodong, Wang Shuai and Dimitri Gidaspow
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