报告人：Hibiki Takashi, Professor of School of Nuclear Engineering，Purdue University.
时间：9:30-11:30 AM, 2020.12.11
地点：线上会议（ZOOM）Meeting ID: 257 601 3178, Passcode: 9natNN
报告题目：Model development for two-phase flow
报告简介：The two-phase flow thermo-fluid dynamics is a complicated subject due to the existence of moving and deformable interface and its interactions with the two phases. Professor Hibiki gave his first seminar to students at Xi'an Jiaotong University on December2, 2019. The first seminar was focused on the Fundamentals of Two-phase Flow. This is the second seminar of the Advanced Two-phase Flow Modeling seminar series. The second seminar will be focused on the modeling of two-phase flow regime transition criteria. The flow regime identification and prediction are essential in two-phase flow research because the interfacial structure characterizes two-phase flows. The constitutive equations used in computational codes heavily depend on the flow regime. In the seminar, Professor Hibiki will explain the modeling tips and demonstrate the flow regime transition criteria' derivation. Students will learn how to approach modeling of thermal-fluid phenomena and accumulate the knowledge of state-of-the-art flow regime transition criteria in various flow conditions and geometries.
报告人简介：Hibiki Takashi is Professor of School of Nuclear Engineering，Purdue University, He is the Fellow of American Nuclear Society, Member of Atomic Energy Society of Japan, Member of The Japanese Society for Multiphase Flow, Member of the Heat Transfer Society of Japan, Editorial Board of the Journal of Computational Multiphase Flow, Editorial Board of International Journal of Microscale and Nanoscale Thermal and Fluid and Editorial Board of Nuclear Engineering and Technology. His research field includes Basic two-phase flow experiments and modeling, Interfacial area transport equation development，Thermal-hydraulic research at micro-gravity conditions, Critical heat flux and heat transfer in mini channels，LWR safety analysis and so on. He has developed more than 40 important constitutive equations and two-phase flow formulation to close two-phase flow equation systems and the internationally-recognized interfacial area transport equation has been implemented in ANSYS Fluent CFD code.
He is also the recipient of several honors and awards, including Award for Eminent Achievements in Nuclear Science and Technology in recognition of extensive and outstanding original research contributions to nuclear thermal-hydraulics, instrumentation methods and modeling of two-phase flow, Best Paper Award for JSME Best Paper Award for Study of unsteady gas-liquid two-phase flow induced force fluctuation. From now on, He has published more that 230 Journal papers and the total citation is more than 10,664.