MHD Electrolyte Flow within an Inter-electrode Gap Driven by a Sinusoidal Electric Field and Constant Magnetic Field
C. Bradley , J. Samuel ,
 Benét Laboratories, U.S. Army RDECOM-ARDEC, Watervliet, NY, USA
 Department of Mechanical Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA
PECM is a necessary extension to traditional ECM for some high-performance materials. Electrolyte flow in the inter-electrode gap (IEG) can be assisted using a magnetic field to allow higher currents, but this creates a magnetohydrodynamic flow. This paper presents a study of flow velocity in an IEG with a sinusoidal electric field within a magnetic field. EIS experiments use a 7075 aluminum ...
S. Sahu, R. P .Bhattachryay, E. R. Kumar
Institute for Plasma Research, Bhat, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.
There is limited option for non-intrusive flow measurement of liquid metals at high temperature. Liquid metal flowing in a conduit along with the transverse magnetic field induces emf in the liquid metal. The emf developed; which has linear dependency on flow velocity; can be used for flow velocity estimation. In case of conducting conduit the emf can be measured at the conduit wall. The main ...
J. Martel, N. Elabbasi, D. Quinn, J. Bergstrom, M. Toner
BioMEMS Resource Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA
Veryst Engineering, Needham, MA, USA
Inertial focusing is a promising microfluidic technique for separating and concentrating cells of interest, processes routinely utilized in many medical procedures. This phenomenon is characterized by suspended particles in a flow spontaneously migrating across streamlines to equilibrium positions within a channel cross-section. We developed CFD models in COMSOL Multiphysics® to predict the ...
Effects of Flow and Diffusion on Blood Coagulation in Platelet Poor Plasma: a Two-way Coupling Between Hemodynamics and Biochemistry
D. Magnabosco[1,2], H. van Ooijen, B. Bakker, R. van den Ham
Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy
Philips Research, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Enzyme reactions, blood flow and diffusion in human vasculature play interacting and fundamental roles in blood coagulation. In this complex mechanism, the balance between blood and clot is a delicate equilibrium, whose tight regulation is vital to avoid pathologies such as bleeding and thrombosis. The secondary hemostasis triggered by tissue factor in platelet poor plasma is studied up to ...
E. Malcuit, A.L. Gille
CFG Services, Orléans, France
Within projects of geothermal energy, we need hydrodynamic and thermal modeling to forecast the impacts of geothermal deep wells on existing wells. In case of pumping and reinjection of the geothermal fluid in a deep groundwater reservoir, located in a sedimentary basin with lateral and vertical lithology variations and major faults, it is fundamental to understand the behaviour of the ...
M. Fernandes, D. Matthiesen
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA
The CWRU Turbine is a research turbine located in a urban campus in Cleveland, Ohio. This location may create turbulence, resulting in a possible loss in energy generation. This research attempts to answers the question of whether the wind flow is affected by the buildings or not. The surrounding buildings, which vary in height from 20 to 40 meters, may affect the wind patterns at the hub ...
S. Kaim, B. Anderson, G. Venus, J. Lumeau, V. Smirnov, B. Zeldovich, L. Glebov
CREOL, The College of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, USA
OptiGrate Corp, Oviedo, FL, USA
Forced airflow cooling of a Volume Bragg Grating heated by a laser beam was investigated by means of simulation with COMSOL Multiphysics®. In addition to air cooling of unrestricted airflow, a case of airflow directed by limiting glass plates was investigated. A number of temperature distributions and thermal deformations were obtained in simulations for different rates of airflows. Simulations ...
Analysis of Mixing Chambers for the Processing of Two-Component Adhesives for Transport Applications
P. Steinert , R. Paul , I. Schaarschmidt , M. Zinecker , M. Hackert-Oschätzchen , Th. Muschalek , J. Esslinger , A. Schubert 
 Professorship Micromanufacturing Technology, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz, Germany
 Rublic+Canzler GmbH, Dresden, Germany
Two-component adhesives are commonly used for sealing and joining in transport applications for mechanically highly stressed connections. At the Chemnitz University of Technology an innovative system technology for the user-friendly, wireless and energy-efficient processing of two-component adhesives with electrical drive is developed. In this context, the simulation-based layout of main ...
M. Heidari, and P. Barrade
The core of this modelling is to study heat transfer and fluid dynamics processes for a compression expansion system, and the main particularity is that heat transfer and air movement are due to the movement of the piston. We have implemented a \"moving mesh\" solver to compute the volume changes of the compression chamber followed by a \"Fluid dynamics\" type solver. It allows correct ...
G. Florides, S.A. Kalogirou, L. Aresti, R. Agathocleous, P. Christodoulides
Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Cyprus University of Technology, Limassol, Cyprus
This study examines the effect of air flow between the building integrated PV-panel and the wall. To formulate the heat exchange process for the air flowing between the PV panel and the wall, time-dependent, heat transfer partial differential equations (PDEs) are solved with COMSOL Multiphysics®. It is shown that in summer, the maximum temperature of a PV panel is observed on an east facing ...