The Canadian Academy of Engineering
His primary scientific interests are in Particle, Mechanics, Fluidized bed, Fluidization and Thermodynamics. His Particle research incorporates themes from Computational physics, Detector, Mixing, Dispersion and Mineralogy. His Mechanics research includes elements of Classical mechanics, Rotational speed and Fluidized bed combustion.
His Fluidized bed study incorporates themes from Chemical engineering and Catalysis. His Fluidization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Turbulence and Bubble. Jamal Chaouki combines subjects such as Biomass, Pyrolysis, Phase and Two-phase flow with his study of Thermodynamics.
Fluidized bed, Mechanics, Particle, Fluidization and Chemical engineering are his primary areas of study. His research in Fluidized bed intersects with topics in Turbulence, Combustion, Phase and Bubble. He has included themes like Mixing, Simulation and Classical mechanics in his Mechanics study.
His Particle research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Composite material and Mineralogy. His Fluidization research entails a greater understanding of Thermodynamics. His research investigates the connection with Chemical engineering and areas like Catalysis which intersect with concerns in Inorganic chemistry.
Jamal Chaouki spends much of his time researching Chemical engineering, Fluidized bed, Mechanics, Thermogravimetric analysis and Process engineering. The concepts of his Chemical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Coating and Catalysis. His Fluidized bed study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Particle, Raw material, Gamma ray and Jet.
His Particle research incorporates elements of TRACER and Radiation. Jamal Chaouki combines Mechanics and Calibration in his studies. He interconnects Fluidization and Chemical vapor deposition in the investigation of issues within Pulse.
Jamal Chaouki mainly focuses on Chemical engineering, Mechanics, Fluidized bed, Thermogravimetric analysis and Process engineering. The various areas that Jamal Chaouki examines in his Chemical engineering study include Amorphous solid, Maleic anhydride, Chemical vapor deposition and Silicon. His work in the fields of Bubble and Flow overlaps with other areas such as Calibration and Relative standard deviation.
His work carried out in the field of Fluidized bed brings together such families of science as Particle, TRACER, Butane, Vanadium and Catalytic oxidation. In his study, Jamal Chaouki carries out multidisciplinary Particle and SIMPLE research. His study in Process engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biomass, Microreactor and Optical filter.
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Noninvasive Tomographic and Velocimetric Monitoring of Multiphase Flows
Jamal Chaouki;Faïçal Larachi;Milorad P. Duduković.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (1997)
Hydrodynamics of circulating fluidized bed risers: A review
F. Berruti;T. S. Pugsley;L. Godfroy;J. Chaouki.
Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (1995)
Effect of interparticle forces on the hydrodynamic behaviour of fluidized aerogels
J. Chaouki;C. Chavarie;D. Klvana;G. Pajonk.
Powder Technology (1985)
Non-invasive monitoring of multiphase flows
J. Chaouki;Faïcal Larachi;Milorad P. Duduković.
Biomass gasification in a bubbling fluidized bed reactor: Experiments and modeling
Ramin Radmanesh;Jamal Chaouki;Christophe Guy.
Aiche Journal (2006)
Characterization of dynamic gas–solid distribution in fluidized beds
Heping Cui;Navid Mostoufi;Jamal Chaouki.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2000)
Axial dispersion in the three-dimensional mixing of particles in a rotating drum reactor
Richard G. Sherritt;Jamal Chaouki;Anil K. Mehrotra;Leo A. Behie.
Chemical Engineering Science (2003)
Phosphorous modified ZSM-5: Deactivation and product distribution for MTO
Mads Kaarsholm;Finn Joensen;Jesper Nerlov;Roberta Cenni.
Chemical Engineering Science (2007)
Local solid mixing in gas–solid fluidized beds
Navid Mostoufi;Jamal Chaouki.
Powder Technology (2001)
A γ-ray detection system for 3-D particle tracking in multiphase reactors
Faïçal Larachi;Gregory Kennedy;Jamal Chaouki.
Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section A-accelerators Spectrometers Detectors and Associated Equipment (1994)
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