Mechanics, Turbulence, Flow, Large eddy simulation and Cyclonic separation are his primary areas of study. H.E.A. van den Akker regularly links together related areas like Discretization in his Mechanics studies. His studies in Turbulence integrate themes in fields like Vortex and Computational fluid dynamics.
His study looks at the intersection of Flow and topics like Optics with Glass fiber. H.E.A. van den Akker has included themes like Flow, Cyclone, Intensity and Mean flow in his Cyclonic separation study. As a member of one scientific family, H.E.A. van den Akker mostly works in the field of Two-phase flow, focusing on Stokes number and, on occasion, Lattice Boltzmann methods.
H.E.A. van den Akker mainly investigates Mechanics, Turbulence, Thermodynamics, Flow and Lattice Boltzmann methods. His Mechanics study focuses mostly on Bubble, Computational fluid dynamics, Impeller, Rushton turbine and Large eddy simulation. He interconnects Flow, Optics, Vortex, Statistical physics and Computer simulation in the investigation of issues within Turbulence.
His work in Thermodynamics tackles topics such as Chemical vapor deposition which are related to areas like Silicon, Mineralogy, Wafer and Physical chemistry. H.E.A. van den Akker works mostly in the field of Flow, limiting it down to topics relating to Cyclonic separation and, in certain cases, Intensity and Discretization. His Lattice Boltzmann methods research incorporates themes from Slip, Mathematical analysis, Boltzmann equation and Isothermal process.
H.E.A. van den Akker mostly deals with Lattice Boltzmann methods, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Chemical reactor and Isothermal process. His work in Lattice Boltzmann methods addresses subjects such as Slip, which are connected to disciplines such as Boltzmann equation, Bubble, Wetting, Contact angle and Classical mechanics. His work on Mechanics is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Current.
His Thermodynamics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Packed bed and Conductivity. His research in Isothermal process intersects with topics in Vortex, Taylor–Green vortex, Compressibility and Speed of sound. His Large eddy simulation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cyclone, Pressure drop and Cyclonic separation.
H.E.A. van den Akker mainly focuses on Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Turbulence, Large eddy simulation and Multiphase flow. His studies in Bubble and Flow are all subfields of Mechanics research. His Lattice Boltzmann methods and Isothermal process study in the realm of Thermodynamics connects with subjects such as Phase and Fischer–Tropsch process.
His study on Turbulence is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Statistical physics. His study in Large eddy simulation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes equations and Computational fluid dynamics. The Multiphase flow study combines topics in areas such as Cyclone, Pressure drop, Cyclonic separation and Two-phase flow.
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An experimental and numerical study of turbulent swirling flow in gas cyclones
A.J. Hoekstra;J.J. Derksen;H.E.A. Van Den Akker.
Chemical Engineering Science (1999)
Particle imaging velocimetry experiments and lattice-Boltzmann simulations on a single sphere settling under gravity
A. Ten Cate;C.H. Nieuwstad;J.J. Derksen;H.E.A. Van den Akker.
Physics of Fluids (2002)
Simulation of vortex core precession in a reverse-flow cyclone
J. J. Derksen;H. E. A. Van den Akker.
Aiche Journal (2000)
Liquid velocity field in a bubble column: LDA experiments
R.F. Mudde;J.S. Groen;H.E.A. Van Den Akker.
Chemical Engineering Science (1997)
Assessment of large eddy and RANS stirred tank simulations by means of LDA
H. Hartmann;J.J. Derksen;C. Montavon;J. Pearson.
Chemical Engineering Science (2004)
Simulation of mass-loading effects in gas-solid cyclone separators
J.J. Derksen;S. Sundaresan;H.E.A. van den Akker.
Powder Technology (2006)
A generic, mass conservative local grid refinement technique for lattice-Boltzmann schemes
M. Rohde;D. Kandhai;J. J. Derksen;H. E. A. van den Akker.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids (2006)
Single-phase flow in stirred reactors
A. Bakker;H. E. A. Van Den Akker.
Chemical Engineering Research & Design (1994)
Three-dimensional LDA measurements in the impeller region of a turbulently stirred tank
J. J. Derksen;M. S. Doelman;H. E. A. Van den Akker.
Experiments in Fluids (1999)
2D and 3D simulations of an internal airlift loop reactor on the basis of a two-fluid model
R F. Mudde;H E. A. Van Den Akker.
Chemical Engineering Science (2001)
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