Dynamics of Evolving Fluid Interfaces - DEFI Gathering physico-chemical and flow properties

IFPEN/Solaize - 12-13 October 2016

Final Program 

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   Wednesday 12 October

8.15

Registration

9.00

Welcome address
Xavier Longaygue , Scientific Direction (IFPEN, France)

9.15

Keynote lecture by Z-D Gunes (Nestlé, Switzerland)

Studying and controlling structure coarsening in food foams

Session 1 – Foam      Session sponsored by GFR

Chairpersons: Isabelle Henaut (IFPEN, France) - Mirco Wegener (Sopat GmbH, Germany)

9.50

O/05 Fast hydrodynamics in foams and surfactant physico-chemistry
Marie Le Merrer1, Pauline Petit1, Andrea Titta1,2, François Detcheverry1, Peter Spelt2, Anne-Laure Biance1 (1Institut Lumière Matière, CNRS-Univ. Lyon, 2Lab. de Mécanique des Fluides et d'Acoustique, CNRS-Ecole Centrale Lyon, INSA, Univ. Lyon, France)

10.05

O/25 Bubble deformation and break-up in model medium and consequences on continuous food foaming process
Alain Marcati, Gholamreza Djelveh (Univ. Clermont-Auvergne, France, CNRS Auvergne, France)

10.20

O/19 Impact of Interfacial characteristics on foam structure: study on model fluids and at pilot scale
Samir Mezdour, Eugénie Séguineau de Préval, Pablo Granda, Gérard Cuvelier, Fabrice Ducept (AgroParisTech, INRA, Univ. Paris-Saclay, France)

10.35

O/18 Foamed emulsions: competition between foam and emulsion ageing
Maxime Schneider, Dominique Langevin, Anniina Salonen (Lab. de Physique des Solides, France)

10.50

Break – Poster session

Session 2 – Bubbly flows (part 1)    Session sponsored by CEA

Chairpersons: Sophie Charton (CEA, France) - Frédéric Risso (IMFT, France)

11.30

O/29 Flotation on produced water, in EOR context
Hafssa Chakibi, Isabelle Hénaut, Jean-François Argillier (IFPEN, France)

11.45

O/38 Reactive mass transfer of bouncing bubbles
M. W. Hlawitschka, H.-J. Bart (TU Kaiserslautern, Germany)

12.00

O/40 Colloidal Gas Aphrons: toward the functionalization of bubble interfaces
Ming Zhang, Pascal Guiraud (LISBP, Univ. de Toulouse, CNRS, INRA, INSA, France)

   

12.15

Lunch

14.00

Keynote lecture by Daniel Marchisio (Politecnico Univ. Torino, Italy)
Computational fluid dynamics and population balances for the simulation of fluid-fluid systems: relationship with simplified models

Session 3 – Emulsions (part 1)   Session sponsored by Total

Chairpersons: Bertrand Levache (Total, France) - Jan Vermant (ETH, Switzerland)

14.35

O/04 Influence of dispersion conditions on emulsion stability in liquid/liquid multiphase systems
Lena Hohl, Susanne Roehl, Joschka Schulz, Matthias Kraume (TU Berlin, Germany)

14.50

O/07 From single drops to droplet swarms – systematic investigation of coalescence in liquid / liquid dispersions with ion addition
Jörn Villwock1, Felix Gebauer2, Hans-Jörg Bart2, Matthias Kraume1 (1TU Berlin, Germany, 2Univ. of Kaiserslautern, Germany)

15.05

O/41 Drop size distribution monitoring and modeling of oil-in-water emulsions in SMX+ static mixers
Elodie Chabanon, Nida Sheibat-Othman, François Puel (Univ. de Lyon, France)

15.20

O/23 Interfacial rheology of a drop of crude oil oscillating at high frequency in water
A. Piedfert, N. Abi Chebel, B. Lalanne, O. Masbernat, F. Risso (LGC, IMFT, Univ. of Toulouse, Fédération FERMaT, CNRS, France)

15.35

Break - Poster session

Session 4 – Confined geometry
Chairpersons: Aline Delbos
(IFPEN, France) - Jacques Grollemund (Bluestar Silicone, France)

16.15

O/34 Oil fragmentation, interfacial surface transport and flow structure maps for two-phase flow in porous media
Marios Valavanides (TEI Athens, Greece)

16.30

O/65 Multiphase computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations of fluid-fluid flows in porous media
H.V. Patel, J.A.M. Kuipers, J.T. Padding, F.Peters (Eindhoven Univ. of Technology, The Netherlands)

16.45

O/51 Visualizing nanometer-scale dynamic processes at the interface of fluids in contact with mineral surfaces in porous rocks using cryogenic bib-sem
Joyce Schmatz, Guillaume Desbois, Jop Klaver, Janos Urai (RWTH Aachen Univ., Germany)

17.00

O/59 Influence of porous media on the stability of Taylor bubbles
M. Serres1,2, V. Vidal1, R. Philippe2 (1Univ. Lyon, CNRS, ENS Lyon, UCBL, France, 2Univ. Lyon, CNRS, CPE Lyon, UCBL, LGPC, France)

17.15

Break - Poster session

17.55

O/54 Effect of inlet conditions on two phase flow pattern prediction in small tubes using porous media mixer
Jurij Gregorc, Iztok Žun (Univ. of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovenia)

18.10

O/55 Investigation of surfactant effect on the bubble shape and mass transfer in a milli-channel using high-resolution microfocus X-ray imaging
Mohammadreza Haghnegahdar1, Stephan Boden1, Uwe Hampel1 2 (1Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden, 2AREVA Endowed Chair of Imaging Techniques in Energy and Process Engineering, Technische Univ. Dresden, Germany)

18.25

O/61 CO2 dissolution in water with Taylor flow in a milli-channel: effect of a solid foam as mixing element on mass transfer efficiency
G. Zhou1 2, R. Philippe2, M-L. Zanota2, P. Valiorgue1, S. Simoens1 (1LMFA, CNRS, INSA Lyon, France, 2LGPC, CNRS, CPE Lyon, UCBL, France)

18.40

O/10 Hydrodynamic cavitation through “labs on a chip”: from fundamentals to applications
F. Ayela1, W. Cherief1, D. Colombet1, G. Ledoux2, D. Podbevsek2, X. Qiu1, O. Tillement2 (1Univ. Grenoble-Alpes LEGI, 2UCBL, France)

19.00

Departure to dinner

 Thursday 13 October  Talks .pdf

8.30

Registration

9.00

Keynote lecture by Jan Vermant (ETZ Zurich, Switzerland)
Engineering interfaces for stability

Session 3 – Emulsions (part 2)     Session sponsored by Total
Chairpersons: Jean-François Argillier
(IFPEN, France) - Daniele Marchisio (Politecnico University, Italy)

9.35

O/24 Surfactant and non-Newtonian effects on droplet coalescence with a flat interface
Maxime Chinaud, Victor Voulgaropoulos, Weheliye Weheliye, Panagiota Angeli (Univ. College London, UK)

09.50

O/57 Formulation of model complex fluids for crude oil R&D process pilots
Carlos Quintero, Marc von Locquenghein, Jean-Philippe Gingras, Didier Lauranson, Nicolas Passade-Boupat, Jérôme Anfray (Total, France)

10.05

O/63 Photo-optical in-situ measurement of drop size distributions: application in research and industry
Robert P. Panckow1, Laura Reinecke2, Maria C. Cuellar3, Sebastian Maass1 (1SOPAT GmbH, Germany, 2Franken Filtertechnik KG, Germany, 3TU Delft, The Netherlands)

10.20

O/39 Evaluation of the effect of anionic surfactants in oil in water emulsions separation by flotation
Janaina Izabel da Silva de Aguiar1,3, Anny Marry Teixeira Marques2, Claudia Regina Elias Mansur1, Pascal Guiraud3 (1Institute of Macromolecules, Federal Univ. of Rio de Janeiro, 2Rio de Janeiro State Univ., Brazil ; 3LISBP, Univ. de Toulouse, France)

10.35

Break – Poster session

Session 2 – Bubbly flows (part 2)    Session sponsored by CEA
Chairpersons: Harry Van Den Akker
(University of Limerick, Ireland - Cécile Plais (IFPEN, France)

11.20

O/06 Hydrodynamics of bubble columns operated in the heterogeneous regime: new experimental data and up-scaling rules
P. Maximiano Raimundo1,3,5, A. Cartellier1,2, D. Beneventi3,4, A. Forret5, F. Augier5 (1Univ. Grenoble, LEGI, 2CNRS, LEGI, 3Univ. Grenoble, LGP2, 4CNRS, LGP2, 5IFPEN, France)

11.35

O/14 Analysis of the DNS of a turbulent bubbly up-flow in a channel: shear-stress budgets and near-wall profiles
Guillaume Bois (Univ. Paris-Saclay, France)

11.50

O/17 Numerical investigation of air-water bubbly flow experiments with NEPTUNE_CFD
Olivier Marfaing1, Mathieu Guingo2, Jérôme Laviéville2, Stéphane Mimouni2 (1CEA-Saclay, France, 2Electricité de France R&D Division, France)

12.05

O/37 Bubble velocity measurement for the determination of nanoparticle flotation efficiencies
Lucie Vialaret1,2,3, Mallorie Tourbin2,3, Pascal Guiraud1 (Univ. de Toulouse, Frane, 1LISBP, 2Lab. Génie chimique, 3FERMat)

12.20

O/52 Study of gas-liquid mass transfer in a grid stirred tank
M. El Hajem, F. Morge, T. Lacassagne, S. Simoens (Univ. Lyon, INSA de Lyon, Villeurbanne, France)

12.35

Lunch

Session 5 – Droplets & trickle flows
Chairpersons: Loïc Baussaron
(Solvay, France) - Alain Cartellier (CNRS, France)

13.50

O/42 A lattice Boltzmann approach of the formation and motion of droplets
H.E.A. Van den Akker1,2, A.Zarghami2, P.Berghout1 (1Bernal Institute & Dept of Mechanical, Aeronautical and Biomedical Engineering, Univ. of Limerick, Ireland, 2Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Delft Univ. of Technology, The Netherlands)

14.15

O/64 Experimental and numerical investigation on viscous binary droplet collisions
Giulia Finotello1,J.T. Padding1, J.A.M. Kuipers1, A. Jongsma2, F. Innings2 (1Multiphase Reactors Group Dept. of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Eindhoven Univ. of Technology, 2Tetra Pak CPS, The Netherlands)

14.30

O/08 Key role of the liquid-surface interaction to reveal hidden solid-like correlations from polymer melts to simple liquids
Laurence Noirez (Univ. Paris-Saclay, France)

14.45

O/32 Numerical simulations of a molten metal-gas-oxide model system
Sergey Semenov1, Renaud Denoyel1, Jean-Francois Haquet2, Pascal Piluso2, Jalil Ouazzani3, Mickaël Antoni1, (1Aix-Marseille Univ. 2CEA, 3Arcofluid, France)

15.00

O/13 Sub-grid modeling for simulation of moving contact lines: application to sliding and spreading drops
Dominique Legendre (IMFT, France)

15.15

O/30 Three-dimensional macroscale simulations of flows with moving contact lines
Zlatko Solomenko1,2, Pascal Alix2, Peter D.M Spelt1 (1Lab.de Mécanique des Fluides et d'Acoustique, 2IFPEN, France)

15.30

O/62 Collision dynamics of a dry particle with a wet wall
Yali Tang1, Jochem Scholte1, Niels G. Deen1, J.A.M. Kuipers1, Britta Crüger2, Stefan Heinrich2 (1Eindhoven Univ. of Technology, The Netherlands, 2Hamburg Univ. of Technology, Germany)

15.45

Break – Poster session
                    Best Poster Award from Codegepra

16.30

Keynote lecture by Olivier Masbernat(LGC, France)
Break-up of drops or bubbles in turbulent liquid flows: a new perspective on modeling issues

17.05

Closing address
Frédéric Augier, Process Design and Modeling Division (IFPEN, France)