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Academic background

Erwin Gelissen is a doctoral candidate in the group Power and Flow, department of mechanical engineering.

Research profile

Erwin conducts research on the numerical modeling of phase-transitional flows. Phase-transitional flows are of major interest to industry because of their relevance with regards to improving the efficiency and/or performance of many processes such as cooling systems in nuclear power plants, micro cooling systems in electronic devices and fuel injection in combustion engines. Phase transitions also occur in heat exchangers, boilers and geophysical processes such as raindrop formation.

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solid surfaces Physics & Astronomy
critical point Physics & Astronomy
Fluids Engineering & Materials Science
simulation Physics & Astronomy
collisions Physics & Astronomy
wetting Physics & Astronomy
Equations of state Engineering & Materials Science
Energy transfer Engineering & Materials Science

Projects 2017 2020

Research Output 2018 2019

  • 1 Citations
  • 2 Article
5 Downloads (Pure)
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solid surfaces
wetting
Wetting
surface roughness
cooling
1 Citation (Scopus)
80 Downloads (Pure)
Open Access
File
critical point
collisions
Fluids
Equations of state
Energy transfer