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Thermal Propulsion Systems Research Group, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford - 4th Sprays SIG.

UK Fluids Network SIG

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UK Fluids Network SIG

The 'Sprays in engineering applications: modelling and experimental studies' Special Interest Group (SIG) aims to launch a new platform for the exchange of innovative ideas between UK-based research groups focused on the modelling and experimental study of sprays. The ultimate aim of the project is to develop a universal spray model for a wide range of engineering/medical applications.

The 4th Meeting of the UK Fluids Network SIG on Sprays was held at the University of Oxford on the 18th and 19th of September 2018. Here you will find copies of the presentations given on each of the two days. Where no presentation is available, please feel free to request a copy directly from the presenter on the link provided.

Wednesday 19th September

Experiments in Support of Predictive Modelling for Spray Formation Prof. Mark Linne, University of Edinburgh

Optical Diagnostics for Sprays: Temperature Dr Benjamin Williams, University of Oxford

Atomisation, sprays and aerosols for delivery of drugs to the lungs Henk Versteeg, Loughborough University

Flow measurement for gasoline fuel injectors using Coriolis Mass Flow Meters Maruthi Malladi, University of Oxford

Numerical Studies of Combustion Recession on ECN Diesel Spray A Leo Fang, University of Oxford

A transient MDQD model for fuel droplet heating and evaporation of multi-component blended fuel Nawar Al-Esawi, Coventry University

Physics and modelling of the dynamics of high speed sprays , University of Brighton

Measurement and Modelling of Mono-disperse Droplet Heating and Evaporation Luke Poulton, University of Brighton