Poster submission

Posters will be available for presentation/discussion during the two days of the workshop. You are invited to submit your poster by the 15th of May in any topic relevant to cavitation.

Submission can be made by email to the following address:
Nikolaos.Chatziarsenis.1@city.ac.uk

Poster submission is closed

 

Instructions for the participants of the poster exhibition

The poster exhibitors should ask at the conference secretariat upon arrival where they will hang their poster(s). The poster panels are numbered as shown in the poster exhibition participants list (see below). The posters should be in place on Monday the 30th or Tuesday the 31st May (before the start of the Workshop) and be removed on Wednesday the 1st of June, after the end of the IICR Workshop.

 

You can give your own feedback to the poster exhibition participants by sending  it to the following address: Nikolaos.Chatziarsenis.1@city.ac.uk

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IICR2016 Poster presentations

  1. Daria Ogloblina, Nikolaus Adams, Steffen Schmidt (Technische Universität München)
    Sharp-interface modelling and simulation of the collapse of bubble clouds near surfaces
  2. Prasanta Sarkar, Jean-Pierre Franc, Marc Fivel, Giovanni Ghigliotti (Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble)
    Simulation of cavitation erosion by a coupled CFD-FEM approach
  3. Shrey Joshi, Jean-Pierre Franc, Marc Fivel, Giovanni Ghigliotti (Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble)
    Cavitation modelling using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics
  4. Nikolaos Kyriazis, Phoevos Koukouvinis, Manolis Gavaises (City University London)
    Simulation of cavitation using compressible flow solvers
  5. Saad Jahangir, Christian Poelma (Delft University of Technology)
    Quantitative measurements: Characterization of cavitation during the closing of mechanical heart valves
  6. Polina Gorkh, Nikolaus Adams, Steffen Schmidt (Technische Universität München)
    Simulation of turbulent cavitating flows by physically constistent implicit LES
  7. Ebrahim Ghahramani, R.E.Bensow (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Modelling for incompressible LES using a DNS-based sub-grid model for bubble cloud dynamics
  8. Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad Khanouki, R.E.Bensow (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Simulation of the hydrodynamic energy cascade in erosive cavitation
  9. Evangelos Stavropoulos Vasilakis, Phoevos Koukouvinis, Ilias Malgarinos, Manolis Gavaises (City University London)
    Coupled simulation of valve motion and cavitation/Application to mechanical heart valve
  10. Sören Schenke, Tom Van Terwisga (Delft University of Technology)
    Predicting Dynamics of Cavitating Vortices and their Relation to Surface Erosion
  11. Themistoklis Melissaris, N. Bulten, Petra Stoltenkamp (Wärtsilä Netherlands B.V.)
    Simulation of cavitation and surface erosion on marine propellers
  12. Max Brunhart, Celia Soteriou (Delphi Diesel Systems), Manolis Gavaises (City University London)
    Cavitation in High Pressure Fuel Systems and the Application of Methods for Erosion Prediction: Initial Investigations of Cavitation in Injectors
  13. Marco Cristofaro, Wilfried Edelbauer (AVL), Manolis Gavaises (City University London)
    Validating the compressible multiphase solver FIRE and a comparison of off-the-shelf Rayleigh-Plesset based cavitation models
  14. Mithun Murali Girija, Phoevos Koukouvinis, Manolis Gavaises (City University London)
    Numerical modelling of dissolved gas in compressible two-phase mixture
  15. Magdalini Katoufa, Nikolaos Mitroglou, Manolis Gavaises (City University London)
    Instantaneous measurements of cavitation volume fraction, velocity field, wall pressure induced by bubble collapse and link to material loss
  16. T. Traudt, M. Wittal, C. Manfletti (Institute of Space Propulsion – German Aerospace Center, DLR)
    Applicability of Lattice Boltzmann Model in rocket Engines
  17. B.Bedan, F. Orley, T. Trummler, M.S. Mihatsch, C.P. Egerer, S.J. Schmidt, S. Hickel, N.A. Adams
    (Technische Universität München)
    Cavitation Phenomena in Diesel Injection Systems
  18. C. Bombardieri, T. Traudt, C. Manfletti (Institute of Space Propulsion – German Aerospace Center, DLR)
    Cavitation Phenomena in Liquid Rocket Engine Feedlines
  19. D. Eskin, I. Tzanakis & F. Wang (Brunel University London)
    Ultrasonic melt processing
  20. B. Budich, F. Borrmann, S. J. Schmidt, N. A. Adams (Technische Universität München)
    Compressible Simulation of Cavitating Ship Propeller Flow
  21. John Koulakis, Seth Putterman, Josh Rouch, NhanHuynh, James Dunn (UCLA)
    Therapeutic ultrasound does not cause cavitation in gassy saline injected into interstitial tissue
  22. Xiuxiu Lyu, Xiangyu Hu, Nikolaus A. Adams (Technische Universität München)
    Numerical simulation of the homogeneous nucleation using one Euler-Lagrange scheme
  23. Tadej Stepišnik Perdih, Matevž Dular, Brane Širok (University of Ljubljana)
    Can cavitation revolutionize laundering?
  24. Homa Naseri, Nicholas Mitroglou, Manolis Gavaises (City University London), Robert Barbour, Avtar Panesar, Kieran Trickett (Lubrizol Corporation)
    Power Gain: Effect of Fuel Additives on Hydrodynamic Flow in Modern Diesel Fuel Injection Systems
  25. Ilias Malgarinos, Phoevos Koukouvinis, Manolis Gavaises (City University London)
    Immersed Boundary Method for the simulation of eccentric needle motion in cavitating Diesel injectors
  26. P. Koukouvinis, I.K. Karathanassis, M. Gavaises (City University London), J. Li, L. Wang (Caterpillar Inc)
    Simulation of a high-pressure fuel pump, including cavitation effect
  27. P. Koukouvinis, M. Gavaises (City University London), J. Li, L. Wang (Caterpillar Inc)
    Simulation of cavitating flow in Diesel injectors, including erosion detection
  28. P. Koukouvinis, M. Gavaises (City University London), O. Supponen, M. Farhat (EPFL)
    Simulations of bubble dynamics in asymmetric configurations
  29. G. Strotos, I. Malgarinos, N. Nikolopoulos, M. Gavaises (City University London)
    Aerodynamic droplet breakup in a high temperature gas environment
  30. Patrik Zima (Institute of Thermomechanics CAS), Miloš Müller, Jan Hujer, Václav Jiříček (Technical University of Liberec), Milan Sedlář, Martin Komárek (Centre of Hydraulic Research)
    Simulation of cavitation using compressible flow solvers
  31. N. Mitroglou, M. Gavaises (City University London), M. Lorenzi, M. Santini (University of Bergamo)
    Micro-CT Quantitative Cavitation Measurements in High-speed Diesel Flows
  32. Chen Weizhong (Nanjing University, China)
    Abnormal attenuation of powerful ultrasound propagating in cavitating liquid
  33. H. Jadidbonab, N, Mitroglou, M. Gavaises (City University London)
    Experimental study on diesel fuel droplet impingement on spherical heated surface
  34. Zhenyang Zhang, Wenjun Zhong, Zhixia He, Xichen Tao, Qian Wang (Jiangsu University)
    Visual Experiment of String Cavitation in Both Real-Size and Enlarged Diesel Injector Nozzles and it’s Effect on Spray