562 Turbulent and Reactive Flows

Wednesday, November 11, 2015: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
150A/B (Salt Palace Convention Center)

This session of contributed presentations will focus on theoretical, numerical, and experimental investigations of transport phenomena in turbulent flows and in flows in which mixing and reactions play a central role.

Fluid Mechanics
Li Xi Email: xili@mcmaster.ca
Yong L. Joo Email: ylj2@cornell.edu
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12:45 PM

1:00 PM
(562c) Numerical Simulation of Sheared, Gas-Particle, Cluster-Induced Turbulence
Peter J. Ireland, Ravi G. Patel, Jesse S. Capecelatro, Rodney O. Fox, Mohamed H. Kasbaoui and Olivier Desjardins

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1:15 PM
(562d) Turbulence Analysis of a Cylindrical Bubble Column
Diego Wanke, Marcela Kotsuka Silva, Rodrigo K. Decker, Vinicyus R. Wiggers, Jaci C. S. C. Bastos, Henry F. Meier, Jonathan Utzig and Barbara Louize Silva

1:30 PM
(562e) Comparison of Meso Scale Subsea Gas Release with Multiphase Euler-Lagrangian CFD Model
Paal Skjetne, Emlyn John Davies, Jan Erik Olsen, Frode Leirvik and Grim Eidnes

1:45 PM
(562f) Experimental Investigation Towards the Uniformity of the Flow Field in Front of an Automotive MAF-Sensor
Martin Pillei, Tobias Kofler, Stefan Kunze, Andreas Wierschem and Michael Kraxner

2:45 PM
(562j) Dissolution Patterns: Imprinted or Emergent?
Virat Upadhyay, Piotr Szymczak and Anthony J.C. Ladd
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