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  • M., SOMMERFELD - Martin-Luther-Universität, Germany: Overview and fundamentals
  • S., ELGHOBASHI - University of California, USA: On the two-fluid and trajectory approaches for DNS turbulent particle-laden flows
    Part I: DNS of bubble-laden flows via the two-fluid approach
  • S., ELGHOBASHI - University of California, USA: On the two-fluid and trajectory approaches for DNS turbulent particle-laden flows
    Part II: On the approximation of the two-way coupling terms in the trajectory approaches
  • O., SIMONIN - INPT & EDF, France: Part I: Theoretical derivation of dispersed phase Eulerian modelling from probability density function kinetic equation
  • P., FÉVRIER, 1; O., SIMONIN, 1,2 - INPT1 & EDF2, France: Part II: Application of a two-phase second-moment transport model for prediction of turbulent gas-particle flows
  • G., HETSRONI - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel: Heat transfer enhancement and turbulence modulation by particles
    Part I : The particles turbulence interaction
  • G., HETSRONI - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel: Heat transfer enhancement and turbulence modulation by particles
    Part II : Two-phase heat transfer
  • P., BOULET ; OESTERLÉ, B. - ESSTIN, France: Lagrangian simulation of non-isothermal gas-solid flows
  • O., WITSCHGER - Institut de Protection et de Sûreté Nucléaire, France: Particle generation
  • O., WITSCHGER - Institut de Protection et de Sûreté Nucléaire, France: Intrusive measurement techniques

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