His main research concerns Botany, Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics, Respiration and Airflow. His research on Botany often connects related topics like Horticulture. His studies deal with areas such as Nozzle, Structural engineering, Finite element method, Moisture and Relative humidity as well as Mechanics.
The concepts of his Computational fluid dynamics study are interwoven with issues in Turbulence, Meteorology and Steady state. Pieter Verboven has researched Respiration in several fields, including Partial pressure, Microscale chemistry, Controlled atmosphere, Carbon dioxide and Diffusion. His Airflow study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Drag, Convection, Heat transfer and Finite volume method.
Pieter Verboven mostly deals with Computational fluid dynamics, Airflow, Mechanics, Microstructure and Horticulture. Within one scientific family, Pieter Verboven focuses on topics pertaining to Sprayer under Computational fluid dynamics, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Orchard. His Mechanics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Thermodynamics.
His Microstructure study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Porosity. Pieter Verboven frequently studies issues relating to Botany and Horticulture. Botany is frequently linked to Biological system in his study.
Pieter Verboven spends much of his time researching Porosity, Composite material, Horticulture, Microstructure and PEAR. His study in Porosity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both X-ray, Thermal diffusivity and 3D printing. His X-ray study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Soil science and Browning.
His Composite material study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Finite element method. His study in Postharvest, Controlled atmosphere and Botrytis cinerea is carried out as part of his Horticulture studies. The various areas that Pieter Verboven examines in his PEAR study include Computed tomography and Respiration.
Pieter Verboven focuses on Quality, Composite material, Postharvest, Cold chain and Microstructure. Pieter Verboven interconnects PEAR, Cooling rate and Biochemical engineering in the investigation of issues within Postharvest. The study incorporates disciplines such as Refrigeration, Citrus fruit, Airflow and Process engineering in addition to Cold chain.
Pieter Verboven undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Airflow and Computational analysis in his work. His study focuses on the intersection of Microstructure and fields such as Hydraulic diameter with connections in the field of X-ray. His Porosity research integrates issues from Light scattering, Scattering, Partial least squares regression, Jonagold and Anisotropy.
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Browning disorders in pear fruit
Christine Franck;Jeroen Lammertyn;Quang Tri Ho;Pieter Verboven.
Postharvest Biology and Technology (2007)
Three-dimensional gas exchange pathways in pome fruit characterized by synchrotron x-ray computed tomography.
Pieter Verboven;Greet Kerckhofs;Hibru Kelemu Mebatsion;Quang Tri Ho.
Plant Physiology (2008)
Three-dimensional pore space quantification of apple tissue using X-ray computed microtomography
Fernando Mendoza;Pieter Verboven;Hibru Kelemu Mebatsion;Greet Kerckhofs.
Analysis of the air flow in a cold store by means of computational fluid dynamics
M.L. Hoang;P. Verboven;J. De Baerdemaeker;B.M. Nicolaı̈.
International Journal of Refrigeration-revue Internationale Du Froid (2000)
A Three-Dimensional Multiscale Model for Gas Exchange in Fruit
Quang Tri Ho;Pieter Verboven;Bert E. Verlinden;Els Herremans.
Plant Physiology (2011)
Optimization of the humidification of cold stores by pressurized water atomizers based on a multiscale CFD model
Mulugeta Admasu Delele;Ann Schenk;Engelbert Tijskens;Herman Ramon.
Journal of Food Engineering (2009)
Predicting drift from field spraying by means of a 3D computational fluid dynamics model
K. Baetens;D. Nuyttens;P. Verboven;M. De Schampheleire.
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture (2007)
Pesticide-laden dust emission and drift from treated seeds during seed drilling: a review
David Nuyttens;Wouter Devarrewaere;Pieter Verboven;Dieter Foqué.
Pest Management Science (2013)
Multiscale modeling in food engineering
Quang T. Ho;Jan Carmeliet;Ashim K. Datta;Thijs Defraeye.
Journal of Food Engineering (2013)
Influence of nozzle type and size on drift potential by means of different wind tunnel evaluation methods
David Nuyttens;W. A. Taylor;M. De Schampheleire;P. Verboven.
Biosystems Engineering (2009)
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