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SY-52 [Symposium of Division of Fluid & Particle Processing]
Cutting Edge Technologies for Transport Phenomena and Fluid Engineering 2022

Organizers: Misumi Ryuta (Yokohama Nat. Univ.), Nagatsu Yuichiro (Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.), Hidema Ruri (Kobe Univ.), Shoji Eita (Tohoku Univ.), Masuda Hayato (Osaka Metro. Univ.), Kaide Aya (Yamaguchi Univ.), Kanai Yugo (Fukuoka Univ.), Uchihashi Yusuke (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.

Hall DB, Day 1

TimePaper
ID
Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
number
Hall DB(C3 1F 101), Day 1(Sep. 14)
(9:00–10:20) (Chair: Misumi Ryuta, Kanai Yugo)
9:009:20DB101Numerical analysis of the behavior of bubble growth and detachment due to film boiling
(Tokushima U.) *(Stu)Shinohara M., (Reg)Ohta M.
Film boiling
Bubble growth
Numerical analysis
SY-52760
9:209:40DB102Simulation of Particle Attachment towards Rising Bubble in the Presence of Charged Surfactant
(Kyoto U.) *(Stu)Nakano Shinji, (Reg)Taniguchi Takashi, Wibisono Sulistyo, Baba Keisuke
Flotation
Surfactant
Simulation
SY-52173
9:4010:00DB103Effects of Reynolds number of a flow on migrating behaviors of size-controlled double emulsion
(Kobe U.) *(Reg)Hidema Ruri, Sasaki Shogo, (Reg)Suzuki Hiroshi
Double emulsion
Migration
Flow focusing
SY-52163
10:0010:20DB104Nozzle Injection Characteristics of Liquid Droplets
(Kobe U.) *(Stu)Kita Daisuke, (Reg)Hidema Ruri, (Reg)Suzuki Hiroshi
injection
SY-52583
10:2010:40Break
(10:40–12:00) (Chair: Masuda Hayato, Kaide Aya)
10:4011:00DB106Numerical analysis of the freezing process of a drop on a cold plate
(Tokushima U.) *(Stu)Hakata H., (Reg)Ohta M.
Freezing process
Drop
Numerical analysis
SY-52764
11:0011:20DB107Simulation of natural convection in a glass melter
(Saitama U.) *(Stu)Miyashita Hirotaka, (Stu)Koyama Ryoya, (Reg)Homma Shunji, (IHI) (Cor)Miyasaka Iku, (Cor)Ikai Hiroshi
molten glass
natural convection
CFD
SY-52277
11:2011:40DB108Simulation of molten glass flow from a nozzle to predict conditions at the bottom of a glass melter
(Saitama U.) *(Stu)Koyama Ryoya, (Reg)Homma Shunji, (IHI) (Cor)Miyasaka Iku, (Cor)Ikai Hiroshi
molten glass
glass melter
CFD
SY-52282
11:4012:00DB109Characterization of densly mounted LED substrate utilizing a flat laminate vapor chamber
(Kagoshima U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Miyamoto Daiki, (Reg)Mizuta Kei, (Stu)Sumiyoshi Yuta, (Reg)Nii Susumu
Vapor chamber
LED substrate
Densly mounted
SY-52717
(13:00–14:20) (Chair: Hidema Ruri, Shoji Eita)
13:0013:20DB113Numerical Quantification of Orientation Intensity from Images of Food Products with Weak Fiber Orientation
(Meiji) *(Reg)Hanyu Keigo, (Murozono Kaken) (Reg)Murozono Koji, (Chiba Inst. Tech.) (Reg)Nishi Kazuhiko
Fiber Orientation
Image Analysis
Noise Reduction
SY-52210
13:2013:40DB114A reacting flow in which the effect of a chemical reaction on flow is reversed according to changes in physical properties due to the reaction
(TUAT) Hirano Sae, *(Reg)Nagatsu Yuichiro, (Reg·PCEF)Suzuki Ryuta
Viscous fingering
gel
interfacial rheology
SY-52718
13:4014:00DB115Application of viscoelastic flow configuration rule for lagrangian simulation model.
(Murozono Kaken) (Reg)Murozono Koji
viscoelastic flow
Particle method
SY-52817
14:0014:20DB116Understanding of viscous fingering with gel production reaction via interfacial rheology under large deformation
(TUAT BASE) *(Stu)Yagi Harumi, (TUAT GIR) (Reg)Suzuki Ryuta, (TUAT BASE) (Reg)Nagatsu Yuichiro
viscous fingering
fracture
large amplitude oscillatory shear
SY-52454
14:2014:40Break
(14:40–16:20) (Chair: Nagatsu Yuichiro, Uchihashi Yusuke)
14:4015:00DB118Conformation of Lamda-DNA in a flow predicted by drag force measurements and its validation
(Kobe U.) *(Stu)Usui Mutsuki, (Reg)Hidema Ruri, Matsuo Eiko, (Reg)Suzuki Hiroshi
Lamda DNA
Drag force
Scanning Probe Microscope
SY-52162
15:0015:20DB119Flow dynamics of conical Taylor-Couette flow with radial temperature gradient
(Osaka Metro. U.) *(Reg)Masuda Hayato, (Stu)Nakagawa Kanta, (Reg)Iyota Hiroyuki, (Kobe U.) (Reg)Ohmura Naoto
Conical Taylor-Couette flow
Heat transfer
Numerical simulation
SY-52508
15:2015:40DB120Flow dynamics of Taylor-Couette-Poiseuille flow with axial temperature gradient
(Osaka Metro. U.) *(Stu)Nakagawa Kanta, (Reg)Masuda Hayato, (Reg)Iyota Hiroyuki
Taylor-Couette-Poiseuille flow
Flow dynamics
Axial temperature gradient
SY-52571
15:4016:00DB121The effect of physical properties of fluids on gas-liquid slug flows in a continuous Taylor-Couette flow reactor with narrow gap width
(Kobe U.) *(Stu)Shimizu Keigo, (Tipton) (Cor)Kato Kairi, (Cor)Kobayashi Tomoyuki, (Kobe U.) (Reg)Komoda Yoshiyuki, (Reg)Ohmura Naoto
Taylor-Couette flow
Gas-liquid slug flow
Physical properties of fluids
SY-52725
16:0016:20DB122Numerical simulation of curtain coating ~Effect of contact angle~
(Saitama U.) *(Stu)Togashi Kota, (Reg)Homma Shunji
curtain coating
contact angle
CFD
SY-52286

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