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Multiphase flows in industrial hazards
May 19-22, 2003; J.-M. Buchlin
  • BOWEN, P.J. - Cardiff School of Engineering, United Kingdom
    Role of two-phase flow in industrial hazards
  • MICHAELIDES, E.E. – National Institut For Global Environmental Change, USA
    Introduction and basic equations for multiphase flow
    Models for multiphase flows
    Heat transfer and hydrodynamic force in dispersed multiphase flows
  • MALET, J. - Institute for Nuclear Protection and Safety, IRSN/DPEA/SERAC, France
    Spray systems in nuclear applications
  • BUCHLIN, J.-M. – von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    Spray curtain for gas dispersion
  • BOWEN, P.J. - Cardiff School of Engineering, United Kingdom
    Flashing phenomena in two-phase hazards
  • YILDIZ, D. – von Karman Institute, Belgium
    Dynamics of two-phase flashing jets
  • YADIGAROGLU, G. - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology-Zurich, ETHZ, Switzerland
    Sudden release of superheated liquids and explosive vaporization in boiling fronts
  • BOWEN, P.J. - Cardiff School of Engineering, United Kingdom
    Two-phase aerosol/mist explosions and mitigation
  • BERTHOUD, G. – CEA Grenoble & INPG, France
    Molten fuel-coolant interaction: phenomena analysis
    Molten fuel-coolant interaction: modelling
  • FRIEDEL, L. – Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany
    Introduction
    Transient thermo fluiddynamics in reactor emergency depressurisation
    Fluiddynamic critical two phase mass flow in relief piping systems
    Dynamic simulation of chemical reactor venting

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