Jos Derksen mainly focuses on Mechanics, Turbulence, Large eddy simulation, Reynolds number and Rushton turbine. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Discretization and Meteorology. His work deals with themes such as Cyclonic separation, Computational fluid dynamics, Grid, Vortex and Simulation, which intersect with Turbulence.
His Grid research incorporates elements of Conservation of mass, Direct numerical simulation, Lattice Boltzmann methods and Mathematical analysis. In his study, Turbulence kinetic energy, Mechanical engineering, Mixing, Slurry and Temporal resolution is inextricably linked to Continuous stirred-tank reactor, which falls within the broad field of Large eddy simulation. His work carried out in the field of Reynolds number brings together such families of science as Capillary number, Classical mechanics and Magnetosphere particle motion.
Jos Derksen mainly focuses on Mechanics, Turbulence, Lattice Boltzmann methods, Reynolds number and Flow. His research links Classical mechanics with Mechanics. The concepts of his Turbulence study are interwoven with issues in Discretization, Vortex, Mixing and Computer simulation.
His Lattice Boltzmann methods research includes elements of Multiphase flow, Direct numerical simulation, Statistical physics and Capillary number. His Reynolds number research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Volume fraction, Particle image velocimetry, Settling and Laminar flow. His research on Flow also deals with topics like
His primary areas of investigation include Mechanics, Lattice Boltzmann methods, Reynolds number, Laminar flow and Turbulence. His work in the fields of Mechanics, such as Flow, intersects with other areas such as Immersed boundary method. His research in Lattice Boltzmann methods intersects with topics in Direct numerical simulation, Bending, Bending stiffness, Fluidization and Suspension.
His Reynolds number research includes themes of Large eddy simulation, Particle image velocimetry, Impeller and Surface tension. His Laminar flow study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Solid sphere, Fluid dynamics and Foundation, Civil engineering. His research in Turbulence intersects with topics in Cyclonic separation, Cyclone, Vortex, Static pressure and Precession.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Lattice Boltzmann methods, Reynolds number, Particle image velocimetry and Impeller. His studies deal with areas such as Settling and Volume as well as Mechanics. The Lattice Boltzmann methods study combines topics in areas such as Dimensionless quantity, Boundary value problem, Contact angle, Simple shear and Capillary action.
As a part of the same scientific study, Jos Derksen usually deals with the Computational fluid dynamics, concentrating on Laminar flow and frequently concerns with Viscosity and Mixing. His Turbulence research incorporates themes from Numerical analysis and Particle statistics. His work carried out in the field of Flow brings together such families of science as Drag and Fluidization.
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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)
Large eddy simulations on the flow driven by a Rushton turbine
Jos Derksen;Harry E. A. Van den Akker.
Aiche Journal (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)
Fully resolved simulations of colliding monodisperse spheres in forced isotropic turbulence
Andreas Ten Cate;Jos J. Derksen;Luis M. Portela;Harry E. A. Van Den Akker.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2004)
Numerical Simulation of Solids Suspension in a Stirred Tank
J. J. Derksen.
Aiche Journal (2003)
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)
Separation performance predictions of a Stairmand high‐efficiency cyclone
J. J. Derksen.
Aiche Journal (2003)
Population Balance Modeling of Aerated Stirred Vessels Based on CFD
Bart C. H. Venneker;Jos J. Derksen;Harrie E. A. Van den Akker.
Aiche Journal (2002)
Simulating turbulent swirling flow in a gas cyclone: A comparison of various modeling approaches
G. Gronald;J.J. Derksen.
Powder Technology (2011)
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