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7 Research Items
August 2010 - May 2014
Field of study
- Chemical Engineering
Tracking droplets in microfluidics is a challenging task. The difficulty arises in choosing a tool to analyze general microfluidic videos to infer physical quantities. The state-of-the-art object detector algorithm You Only Look Once (YOLO) and the object tracking algorithm Simple Online and Realtime Tracking with a Deep Association Metric (DeepSOR...
The classical empirical Davies correlation has long been recognized, particularly in air filtration, for its ability to predict the permeability of fibrous media. Several models have been proposed in the literature to extend its use for polydisperse fiber media and are reviewed in this paper. To assess their validity, the prediction of fluid permea...
The simulation of rarefied gas flows through complex porous media is challenging due to the tortuous flow pathways inherent to such structures. The Lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) has been identified as a promising avenue to solve flows through complex geometries due to the simplicity of its scheme and its high parallel computational efficiency. It...
Fibrous filter media are commonly used to remove airborne particles that are harmful to human health and the environment. Although filter media are often multilayered for various reasons, no systematic study of the impact of multilayering on filter media performance has been reported. In this paper, direct numerical simulations with the lattice Bol...
Accurate imposition of boundary conditions (BCs) is of critical importance in fluid flow computation. This is especially true for the Lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) where BC imposition is done through operations on populations rather than directly on macroscopic variables. While the regular Cartesian structure of the lattices is an advantage for fl...
Abstract The volume-averaged Navier–Stokes (VANS) equations are at the basis of numerous models used to investigate flows in porous media or systems containing multiple phases, one of which is made of solid particles. Although they are traditionally solved using the finite volume, finite difference or finite element method, the lattice Boltzmann me...
Methods typically used to compute continuous flow regime flows are modified to recover phenomena such as slip flow and the Knudsen layer precisely in complex geometries. It is aimed to have better knowledge of physical and chemical processes involving micro/nanoflows and vacuum flows in porous media such as shale gas, MEMS/NEMS, catalysis, air filtration, fuel cells, etc.