Sprays in engineering applications: modelling and experimental studies


The proposed SIG aims to launch a new platform for the exchange of innovative ideas between UK-based research groups focused on the modelling and experimental study of sprays. The ultimate aim of the project is to develop a universal spray model for a wide range of engineering/medical applications.

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L = leader; C = co-leader; * = Other key personnel

[L]  Sergei Sazhin (University of Brighton): s.sazhin@brighton.ac.uk
[C]  Nilanjan Chakraborty (Newcastle University): nilanjan.chakraborty@ncl.ac.uk
Mansour Al Qubeissi (Coventry University)
Pavlos Aleiferis (Imperial College London)
Steven Begg (University of Brighton)
Volfango Bertola (University of Liverpool)
Georgios Charalampous (Imperial College London)
Cyril Crua (University of Brighton)
Martin Davy (University of Oxford)
Siaka Dembele (Kingston University)
Anastasios Georgoulas (University of Brighton)
Yannis Hardalupas (Imperial College London)
Jonathan Healey (Keele University)
Olawole Kuti (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Mark Linne (University of Edinburgh)
Marco Marengo (University of Brighton)
Epaminondas Mastorakos (University of Cambridge)
Salvador Navarro-Martinez (Imperial College London)
Kumara Ramaswamy (Imperial College London)
Oyuna Rybdylova (University of Brighton)
Richard Stone (University of Oxford)
Alex Taylor (Imperial College London)
Konstantina Vogiatzaki (University of Brighton)
Daniel Wacks (University of Durham)
Jun Xia (Brunel University London)


SIG Meeting 4, Oxford, 18-19 September 2018

The 4th Meeting of the UK Fluids Network SIG on Sprays was held at the University of Oxford on the 18th and 19th of September. Here you will find copies of the presentations given on each of the two days. Where no presentation is available, please feel free to request a copy directly from the presenter on the link provided.

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