Cavitation, Mechanics, Nozzle, Injector and Flow are his primary areas of study. Many of his studies on Cavitation apply to Vortex as well. His work in the fields of Mechanics, such as Computational fluid dynamics, Volume of fluid method, Compressibility and Jet, overlaps with other areas such as Analytical chemistry.
The concepts of his Nozzle study are interwoven with issues in Turbulence and Diesel fuel. His work deals with themes such as Automotive engineering and Bar, which intersect with Injector. His Flow study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanical engineering, Dispersion, Diesel engine and Rocket engine nozzle.
Manolis Gavaises mainly investigates Mechanics, Cavitation, Nozzle, Diesel fuel and Injector. His Mechanics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Fuel injection. His study explores the link between Cavitation and topics such as Vortex that cross with problems in Vortex shedding.
His work on Spray characteristics, Spray nozzle and Diesel injector as part of general Nozzle research is often related to Needle valve, thus linking different fields of science. Manolis Gavaises has researched Diesel fuel in several fields, including Back pressure, Penetration and Petroleum engineering. His Injector research incorporates themes from Large eddy simulation, Flow visualization, Diesel engine and Lift.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mechanics, Diesel fuel, Cavitation, Thermodynamics and Nozzle. Mechanics is closely attributed to Injector in his study. He combines subjects such as Solver, Equation of state and Liquid fuel with his study of Diesel fuel.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Body orifice, Computer simulation and Barotropic fluid in addition to Cavitation. In Thermodynamics, he works on issues like Ultra-low-sulfur diesel, which are connected to Isothermal process. His Nozzle research includes themes of Multiphase flow, Fuel injection, Common rail, Large eddy simulation and Air entrainment.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Diesel fuel, Compressibility, Cavitation and Thermodynamics. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Injector, Penetration and Nozzle. His Nozzle research focuses on Multiphase flow and how it connects with Air entrainment.
Manolis Gavaises has included themes like Solver and Shock tube in his Diesel fuel study. His Cavitation research incorporates elements of Inlet and Flow. Manolis Gavaises interconnects Venturi effect, Computational fluid dynamics and Rotational symmetry in the investigation of issues within Flow.
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Dynamics of water droplets detached from porous surfaces of relevance to PEM fuel cells.
A. Theodorakakos;T. Ous;M. Gavaises;J.M. Nouri.
joint international conference on information sciences (2006)
Cavitation in real-size, multi-hole diesel injector nozzles
C. Arcoumanis;Marco Badami;H. Flora;M. Gavaises.
SAE transactions (2000)
Effect of Fuel Injection Processes on the Structure of Diesel Sprays
C. Arcoumanis;M. Gavaises;B. French.
SAE transactions (1997)
Modelling of cavitation in diesel injector nozzles
E. Giannadakis;M. Gavaises;C. Arcoumanis.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2008)
Vortex flow and cavitation in diesel injector nozzles
A. Andriotis;M. Gavaises;C. Arcoumanis.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2008)
Cavitation Initiation, Its Development and Link with Flow Turbulence in Diesel Injector Nozzles
H. Roth;M. Gavaises;C. Arcoumanis.
SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition (2002)
LINKING NOZZLE FLOW WITH SPRAY CHARACTERISTICS IN A DIESEL FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM
C. Arcoumanis;Manolis Gavaises.
Atomization and Sprays (1998)
Investigation of Cavitation in a Vertical Multi-Hole Injector
C. Arcoumanis;H. Flora;M. Gavaises;N. Kampanis.
SAE transactions (1999)
Analysis of the Flow in the Nozzle of a Vertical Multi-Hole Diesel Engine Injector
C. Arcoumanis;M. Gavaises;J. M. Nouri;E. Abdul-Wahab.
SAE transactions (1998)
VOF simulations of the contact angle dynamics during the drop spreading: Standard models and a new wetting force model
Ilias Malgarinos;Nikolaos Nikolopoulos;Marco Marengo;Marco Marengo;Carlo Antonini;Carlo Antonini.
Advances in Colloid and Interface Science (2014)
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