Special Session 1
FLUID FLOW, ENERGY TRANSFER & DESIGN (SS1)
Advances in the understanding of fluid flow and energy transfer continue to be crucial in achieving improved performance and efficiency in a broad range of systems.
This special session welcomes contributions on analytical, computational (CFD) and experimental aspects offluid flow and energy transfer relevant to science and technology. It is intended as a platform for exchanging experiences and information, enlivening academic thoughts and promoting the further development of research in these disciplines.

Publication:
Check Publication DSL2019
http://www.dsl-conference.com/publication.html
International Journal of Hydromechatronics (InderScience)
https://www.inderscience.com/jhome.php?jcode=ijhm

Organiser(s):
Prof. Antonio F. Miguel
University of Evora
Portugal
afm@uevora.pt

INTRODUCTORY TALK:
‘PACKED BED BEHAVIOUR IN DENDRITIC DESIGN OF TUBES’
Abstract in .pdf (here)

Prof. Luiz Alberto Oliveira Rocha
University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos -
UNISINOS, Brazil
luizor@unisinos.br

OPENING TALK:
‘STUDY OF MIXED CONVECTIVE TURBULENT FLOWS OVER AN ARRAY OF SQUARE SHAPED BLUFF BODIES USING CONSTRUCTAL DESIGN’
Abstract in .pdf (here)

 

 

INVITED SPEAKER(S)

‘UNSTEADY MIXED CONVECTION IN A CHANNEL WITH DISCRETELY HEATED PLANE SYMMETRIC CONTRACTION-EXPANSIONS: BUOYANCY, ORIENTATION AND BLOCKAGE HEIGHT EFFECTS’
Dr. Lorenzo Alberto Martínez Suástegui
National Polytechnic Institute,

Mexico
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘THE INVESTIGATION OF FLUID-SOLID INTERACTION MATHEMATICAL MODEL UNDER COMBINED CONVECTIVE JEFFREY FLOW AND RADIATION EFFECT EMBEDDED NEWTONIAN HEATING AS THE THERMAL’
Dr. Abdul Rahman Mohd Kasim
University Malaysia Pahang,

Malaysia
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘DIRECT AND INVERSE PROBLEMS FOR AN ANOMALOUS DIFFUSION MODEL’
Prof. Antonio José da Silva Neto
University of the State of Rio de Janeiro,

Brazil
Abstract in .pdf (here)