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SY) SCEJ Division Symposium

SY-52. [Symposium of Division of Fluid & Particle Processing] Cutting Edge Technologies for Transport Phenomena and Fluid Engineering 2021

Organizer(s): Taniguchi Takashi (Kyoto Univ.), Misumi Ryuta (Yokohama Nat. Univ.), Shoji Eita (Tohoku Univ.), Masuda Hayato (Osaka City Univ.), Kaide Aya (Yamaguchi Univ.), Kanai Yugo (Fukuoka Univ.), Shimada Naoki (Sumitomo Chemical)

It is extremely important to clarify heat, mass, and fluid transfer phenomena that occur in chemical equipment in the design and operation of chemical processes. In recent years, advanced measurement techniques and the development of numerical simulation techniques have made it possible to approach complex transport phenomena. In this symposium, we will focus on problems related to transport phenomena such as multi-phase flow, turbulent flow, reaction flow, and non-Newtonian fluids. We will also discuss the developed chemical equipment and processes that apply them, and discuss the future prospects of thermo-mechanical fluid engineering. The movies used in the presentations can be applied for "the Particle and Fluid Process Committee Video Award. The organizers encourage the presenters to use movies in their presentations so as to make the comprehension of the audience deeper.

Most recent update: 2022-01-31 16:50:01

The keywords that frequently used
in this topics code.
KeywordsNumber
CFD4*
non-Newtonian fluid3*
Molecular dynamics simulation2
numerical simulation2
Vapor chamber2
Polymer2
Rheology2
dynamic wetting1

ACKN
No.
Title/Author(s)KeywordsStyle
134Numerical analysis of inclined dam-break problem for non-Newtonian fluid
(U. Hyogo) *(Stu)Otani Haruka, (Reg)Itoh Kazuhiro, (Reg)Taguchi Shogo, (Reg)Yamamoto Takuji, (Reg)Maeda Kouji
non-Newtonian fluid
dam-break flow
numerical calculation
O
243Generalization of Condition for Unpredictable Dynamics of Polymeric Reacting Flow by Comparison between Pre- and Post-Reaction Fluid Properties
(TUAT) *(Stu)Hirano Sae, (MGU) Iijima Jun, (TUAT) (Reg)Nagatsu Yuichiro
flow dynamics
reacting flow
Weissenberg effect
O
290Optical measurement of dynamic wetting of nanofluid droplet during evaporation and deposited nanoparticle layer
(Tohoku U.) *(Reg)Shoji Eita, Saito Taiga, Biwa Tetsushi, (Reg)Kubo Masaki, (Reg)Tsukada Takao, (Tohoku U. IMRAM) (Reg)Tomai Takaaki, (Tohoku U. WPI-AIMR) (Reg)Adschiri Tadafumi
nanofluid
dynamic wetting
optical measurement
O
350Effects of rheological properties of surfactant solutions on vortex deformation and energy transfer in two-dimensional turbulent flow
(Kobe U.) *(Reg)Hidema Ruri, Fukushima Kengo, Kishi Haruki, (Reg)Suzuki Hiroshi
Worm-like micellar solution
Two-dimensional turbulent flow
Turbulent statistics
O
386Velocity fields measurements in a micro fluidic device producing double emulsions by flow focusing technique.
(Kobe U.) *(Stu)Nakano Kyohei, (Reg)Hidema Ruri, (Reg)Suzuki Hiroshi
Flow Focusing
Double emulsion
Velocity field
O
391Numerical Analysis of flowdown of molten glass with unsteady heat transport
(Saitama U.) *(Stu)Koyama Ryoya, (Stu)Chiba Kotaro, (Reg)Homma Shunji, (IHI) (Cor)Miyasaka Iku, (Cor)Ikai Hiroshi
molten glass
unsteady heat transfer
CFD
O
393Operating conditions of curtain coating
(Saitama U.) *(Stu)Togashi Kota, (Stu)Chiba Kotaro, (Reg)Homma Shunji, (Saiden Chemical Ind.) Okubo Yosuke, Umemiya Hirokazu, Oda Sumihisa
curtain coating
non-Newtonian fluid
CFD
O
575Lowered junction temperature of LED light source utilizing flat laminate vapor chamber
(Kagoshima U.) *(Stu)Toshikawa Shinya, (Reg)Mizuta Kei, (Stu·PCEF)Miyamoto Daiki, (Reg)Nii Susumu
Vapor chamber
LED substrate
Thermal solution
O
585Variation of postural influence on thermal performance of a flat laminate vapor chamber with heat-source size
(Kagoshima U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Miyamoto Daiki, (Reg)Mizuta Kei, (Stu)Toshikawa Shinya, (Reg)Nii Susumu
Vapor chamber
Postural influence
Heat source size
O
587Flow simulation of polymeric liquids with learned constitutive relation
(Kyoto U.) *(Stu)Miyamoto Souta, (Reg)John J. Molina, (Reg)Taniguchi Takashi
non-Newtonian fluid
Machine Learning
CFD
O
595Temperature measurement utilizing two-color LIF in thermal stratification
(Kagoshima U.) *(Reg)Mizuta Kei, (Stu)Kajiya Hiroki, (Reg)Nii Susumu
Two-color LIF
temperature measurement
thermal stratification
O
599Effect of agitation on liquid freezing phenomenon
(Osaka City U.) *(Reg)Masuda Hayato, Ryuzaki Tomohiro, (Reg)Iyota Hiroyuki
Freezing phenomenon
Supercooling
Agitation
O
665Understanding the Mechanism of Stress Increase in Polymer Melts Containing Particles Aggregated with Polymer Ends under Flow
(Kyoto U.) *(Stu)Fujii Shoma, (Reg)Taniguchi Takashi
molecular dynamics simulation
polymer
rheology
O
671Rheology of Dispersion Systems of Distributed Two types of Rod-like Fibers
(Kyoto U.) *(Stu)Ueda Kosuke, (Reg)Taniguchi Takashi
Rheology
Newtonian fluid
Computer engineering
O
678Numerical analysis of the effect of contact angle on the melting process of a cylindrical ice
(Tokushima U.) *(Stu)Yasuda Koki, (Reg)Ohta Mitsuhiro
Melting of ice
Contact angle
Numerical analysis
O
701Numerical simulation of oil fouling in a heat exchanger during petroleum processes
(Nagoya U.) *(Stu)Ogawa Takumi, (Reg)Fukumoto Kazui, (Reg)Machida Hiroshi, (Reg)Norinaga Koyo
Fouling
Numerical simulation
Crude oil
O
713CFD for Flow Homogenization in Honeycomb for Gas Flowing in From the Side of Header
(Fukuoka U.) *(Stu)Okimoto Atsushi, (Reg)Uchiyama Hiroki, (Reg)Esaki Takehiro, (Reg)Matsukuma Yosuke
Honeycomb
Flow Homoginization
CFD
O
745Molecular Simulation Analysis of the Relationship between Thermal Vibrations and Structural Relaxation in Polymer Assembly Systems
(Osaka U.) *(Stu)Goto Shota, (U. Tokyo) Mizuno Hideyuki, (Osaka U.) (Reg)Kim Kang, (Reg)Matubayasi Nobuyuki
Molecular dynamics simulation
Polymer
Glass
O
819Development of rheological evaluation method for bearing lubrication greases
(Yamaguchi U.) *(Stu)Nakamura Takuya, (Reg)Kaide Aya, (Reg)Saeki Takashi
Viscoelasticity
Frictional resistance reduction
Channeling
O
830Application of the high viscous fluid simulation to a problem with the influence of the surface tension
(Murozono Kaken) (Reg)Murozono Koji
high viscosity fluid
surface tension
numerical simulation
O

List of received applications (By topics code)

List of received applications

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