2010 - Heat Transfer Memorial Award, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary areas of study are Two-phase flow, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Bubble and Multiphase flow. His work deals with themes such as Flow, Porosity, Convection–diffusion equation and Two-fluid model, which intersect with Two-phase flow. His study in Mechanics focuses on Turbulence, Reynolds number, Pipe flow, Drag and Slug flow.
When carried out as part of a general Thermodynamics research project, his work on Heat transfer, Boiling, Subcooling and Fluid dynamics is frequently linked to work in Mathematical model, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His work is dedicated to discovering how Bubble, Convection are connected with Hydraulic diameter and Surface tension and other disciplines. His Multiphase flow research focuses on Drift velocity and how it relates to Flow velocity and Volumetric flux.
Mamoru Ishii mostly deals with Mechanics, Two-phase flow, Porosity, Thermodynamics and Bubble. Mechanics is represented through his Flow, Flow, Convection–diffusion equation, Turbulence and Subcooling research. His study in Two-phase flow is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Multiphase flow, Adiabatic process, Two-fluid model and Drift velocity.
His studies in Porosity integrate themes in fields like Sauter mean diameter, Pipe flow, Flow conditions and Void. All of his Thermodynamics and Heat transfer, Fluid dynamics and Volumetric flow rate investigations are sub-components of the entire Thermodynamics study. The various areas that he examines in his Bubble study include Number density, Convection and Flow visualization.
Mamoru Ishii mainly investigates Mechanics, Two-phase flow, Ionosphere, Porosity and Flow. His Mechanics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Adiabatic process and Current. His study explores the link between Two-phase flow and topics such as Flow that cross with problems in Slug flow.
His Ionosphere research includes themes of Remote sensing, Space weather, Meteorology and Ionosonde. His research integrates issues of Vibration and Sauter mean diameter in his study of Porosity. His study on Annular flow is often connected to Phase, Flux and Conductivity as part of broader study in Flow.
Mamoru Ishii mainly focuses on Mechanics, Two-phase flow, Porosity, Flow and Flow conditions. The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Adiabatic process and Current. His Two-phase flow study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Flow, Superficial velocity, Flow velocity, Thermal hydraulics and Classical mechanics.
Mamoru Ishii has researched Porosity in several fields, including Boiling, Instability and Natural circulation. His Flow study incorporates themes from Pressure gradient, Liquid film and Stress. His Bubble research incorporates elements of Coalescence and Thermodynamics.
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Thermo-fluid dynamic theory of two-phase flow
NASA STI/Recon Technical Report A (1975)
Drag coefficient and relative velocity in bubbly, droplet or particulate flows
Mamoru Ishii;Novak Zuber.
Aiche Journal (1979)
Thermo-fluid Dynamics of Two-Phase Flow
Mamoru Ishii;Takashi Hibiki.
Two-fluid model and hydrodynamic constitutive relations
M. Ishii;K. Mishima.
Nuclear Engineering and Design (1984)
Flow regime transition criteria for upward two-phase flow in vertical tubes
Mishima Kaichiro;Mamoru Ishii.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (1984)
One-dimensional drift-flux model and constitutive equations for relative motion between phases in various two-phase flow regimes
Takashi Hibiki;Mamoru Ishii.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2003)
Inception criteria for droplet entrainment in two-phase concurrent film flow
M. Ishii;M. A. Grolmes.
Aiche Journal (1975)
Foundation of the interfacial area transport equation and its closure relations
G. Kocamustafaogullari;M. Ishii.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (1995)
One-group interfacial area transport in vertical bubbly flow
Q. Wu;S. Kim;M. Ishii;S.G. Beus.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (1998)
Interfacial area and nucleation site density in boiling systems
G. Kocamustafaogullari;M. Ishii.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (1983)
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