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On behalf of the four organizing committees of the 2008 ASME Summer Conferences, we welcome you to beautiful Jacksonville, Florida. We are glad you have decided to participate in this international conference which co-locates the traditional Summer Heat Transfer Conference (SHTC), the Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting (FEDSM), the Energy Sustainability Conference (ESC), and the Energy Nanotechnology International Conference (ENIC). These co-located conferences are hosted by four ASME divisions and one ASME institute to make it an unprecedented event. This is a unique opportunity to expand international cooperation, understanding, and promotion of efforts and disciplines in a variety of areas, creating in one location the ability to attend a broad spectrum of technical sessions for one registration fee. Registration for one conference allows attendance at all “four” conferences. The registration fee includes proceedings in CD form for all conferences and all food functions, including continental breakfasts, lunches, a dinner banquet, and refreshments during breaks.

We have constructed these conferences in such a way so as to provide you with as much information as possible in three and one-half days. We have invited a number of outstanding individuals to present us with plenary addresses keynoting various important topics in heat transfer, fluids engineering, energy sustainability, and energy nanotechnology. On Sunday, we are also offering a set of workshops including one jointly sponsored and organized by Mississippi State University, the University of Florida, North Carolina State University, and the Southeast CHP Applications Center under the umbrella of the ASME on the role of combined cooling, heating and power in Florida’s energy future. On Monday evening, the winner of the 2007 Max Jacob Memorial Award will be recognized. On Tuesday afternoon, the Energy Nanotechnology Conference will hold a series of panels concerned with commercialization of nanotechnologies for energy applications. The newly selected Freeman Scholar, Professor William K. George, will present the Freeman Scholar Lecture on Wednesday. The Conference willhost sessions for students in the form of Tutorials/Workshops and also provide an opportunity for students from several teams to present details concerning the technologies involved in their design of the Solar Boat for the ASME/IEEE Solar Splash Intercollegiate World Championship Competition for Solar/Electric Boating (see ). In addition, on Tuesday evening we will have the conference dinner banquet where we recognize the conference organizers and best papers for each conference.

Putting together such an outstanding technical program was made possible in part because of the hard work of ASME staff and many volunteers. We especially thank Stacey Cooper, Angeline Mendez, Gloribeth Carrero, Annette Robinson, and Nhora Cortes-Comerer for their dedication and timely response to the many inquiries from authors and organizers and for putting the technical program together and preparing the conference proceedings. Our gratitude also goes out to the plenary speakers (Dr. Kathryn McCarthy, Professor Jacob N. Chung, Professor William K. George, Dr. Stuart Jessup, Dr. J. Michael Davis, Dr. Trung Van Nguyen, Dr. Arthur J. Nozik, and Professor Mildred Dresselhaus) for the time and commitment they have given in generously sharing their knowledge with the attendees. Our thanks also go to the technical program committee consisting of technical track chairs, topic chairs, session organizers, panel moderators, panelists, workshop instructors, and all the technical reviewers whose contributions ensure maintaining the high quality of the papers presented at ASME conferences. Of course, we thank the authors for without whose contributions this event would not have been possible. Last and certainly not the least, our sincere thanks go to Kelly Sutton, University of Arizona, who as the dedicated Adminstrative Conference Chair coordinated all the activities related to conference adminstration and logistics and prepared the printed conference program.

We encourage you to enjoy the wide variety of technical venues these conferences have to offer in the fantastically beautiful surroundings of Jacksonville.

Chang Oh, Heat Transfer Conference General Chair

Jim A. Liburdy, Fluids Engineering Conference General Chair

Sriram Somasundaram and Jeffrey Morehouse, Energy Sustainability Conference Co-General Chairs

Andrei Fedorov and Gang Chen, 3rd Energy Nanotechnology International Conference Co-General Chairs

S.A. Sherif, Heat Transfer Conference Technical Program Chair

Joel T. Park, Fluids Engineering Conference Technical Program Chair

B.G. Shiva Prasad and Jorge Gonzalez, Energy Sustainability Co-Technical Program Chairs

Li Shi, 3rd Energy Nanotechnology International Conference Technical Program Chair

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS

Heat Transfer

General Chair
Dr. Chang Oh, Idaho National Laboratory

Technical Program Chair
Professor S.A. Sherif, University of Florida


Energy Sustainability

Advanced Energy Systems Division (Tracks 1-20) Technical Program Chair
Dr. B. G. Shiva Prasad, Emerson Climate Technologies

General Program Chair
Sriram Somasundaram, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Solar Energy Division (Tracks 21-31) Technical Program Chair
Dr. Jorge E. Gonzalez, Santa Clara University

General Program Chair
Dr. Jeffrey H. Morehouse, University of South Carolina


Fluids Engineering

General Chair

Jim Liburdy, Oregon State University

Technical Program Chair
Joel T. Park, Naval Surface Warfare Center

Energy Nano

Conference Chair
Andrei Fedorov, Georgia Institute of Technology

Conference Co-Chairs
Gang Chen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Timothy Fisher, Purdue University
Arun Majumdar, University of California at Berkeley

Program Chair
Li Shi, University of Texas at Austin




PLENARY SPEAKERS

Monday, 8:00-9:00 am

The Role of Nuclear Energy in Our Future
Dr. Kathryn A. McCarthy

Energy is the key to prosperity, and the world demand for energy will continue to grow.  This growth will be particularly significant in developing countries.   Nuclear energy will be an important part of that energy growth, as it provides clean, safe, affordable energy.  There are many signs that nuclear energy is expanding.  The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission has developed new licensing procedures for nuclear reactors, and many applications are in process.  The Generation IV program is developing the next generation of reactors.  The Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (GNEP), a global approach to the expansion of nuclear energy, seeks to enable the expansion of nuclear energy worldwide in a safe, secure, and sustainable manner.  The GNEP concept includes assured fuel supply and take-back for countries that agree to forgo fuel full cycle capabilities.  Implementation of GNEP includes closure of the nuclear fuel cycle, where used fuel from reactors is recycled, enabling the utilization of the energy still available in the used fuel, and reducing the amount of material that must be disposed of for long periods of time.

Biography:  Dr. McCarthy currently serves as the Director for the Systems Analysis Campaign for the Department of Energy Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (GNEP), and is Deputy Associate Laboratory Director for Nuclear Science & Technology at the Idaho National Laboratory.  She is an Affiliate Faculty member with Idaho State University.  She received her B.S. in Nuclear Engineering, at the University of Arizona in 1983; M.S., 1986 and Ph.D., 1989, in Nuclear Engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles.  Dr. McCarthy was a Guest Scientist at the Kernforschungszentrum (Nuclear Research Center) in Karlsruhe, Germany, March-September 1989, and spent a year in the Soviet Union with the Department of Energy US/USSR Young Scientist Program, at the Efremov and Kurchatov Institutes in Russia, and the Latvian Academy of Science in Latvia September 1989-August 1990. She is a member of the American Nuclear Society, beginning as a student in 1979,  and has served on the ANS Board of Directors 2002-2008 (two terms), is the former Vice Chair of Professional Women in ANS, the ANS Planning Committee, Fusion Energy Division Chair (2000-2001), Vice-Chair (1999-2000) and Executive Committee (1996-1999), American Nuclear Society Idaho Section Chair (2001-2002) and Vice-Chair (2000-2001), and the University of Arizona Student Chapter ANS President (1982-83). Her awards include an American Nuclear Society Presidential Citation in 2007, the 2000 ANS Women’s Achievement Award, 1996 International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor U.S. Home Team Leadership Award, the 1994 David Rose Award for Excellence in Fusion Engineering.

Monday, 1:00-2:00 pm

Thirty Years of Naval Propulsor Hydrodynamic Research at the Naval Surface

Warfare Center, Carderock Division

Dr. Stuart Jessup

Dr. Jessup will speak on the numerous activities of the Navy's propulsor design and
research community since 1976. This will include Naval fleet class propeller designs, and numerous research efforts to improve Naval propeller performance. Research areas will include propeller blade surface pressure measurements for the  validation of potential based prediction codes, measurement of blade flows using LDV to support RANS code development, and crashback studies to advance the use of LES, using PIV and unsteady load measurement techniques.

BIO: Dr. Jessup received his B.S. and M.S. from MIT in Ocean Engineering in 1974 and 1976, and his Ph.D. at Catholic university of America in 1989. Dr. Jessup has been a member of the International Towing Tank Conference, received the David W. Taylor award in 1996, the Navy Meritorious Civilian Service award in 2000, and became a member of the National Academy of Engineering in 2007. Dr. Jessup is currently the
Senior Scientist for Hydrodynamics at the Naval Surface Warfare Center

And

Multiple Exciton Generation in Semiconductor Quantum Dots and Novel Molecules: Applications to Third Generation Solar Photon Conversion

Arthur Nozik
National Renewable Energy Laboratory & University of Colorado

ABSTRACT: In order to utilize solar power for the production of electricity and fuel on a massive scale, it will be necessary to develop solar photon conversion systems that have an appropriate combination of high efficiency (delivered watts/m2) and low capital cost ($/m2).  One potential, long-term approach to high efficiency is to utilize the unique properties of quantum dot nanostructures to control the relaxation dynamics of photogenerated carriers to produce either enhanced photocurrent through efficient photogenerated electron-hole pair multiplication or enhanced photopotential through hot electron transport and transfer processes. To achieve these desirable effects it is necessary to understand and control the dynamics of hot electron and hole relaxation, cooling, charge transport, and interfacial charge transfer of the photogenerated carriers with femtosecond (fs) to ns time resolution.  At NREL, we have been studying these fundamental dynamics in various bulk and nanoscale semiconductors (quantum dots (QDs), quantum rods/wires, and quantum wells) for many years using fs transient absorption, photoluminescence, and THz spectroscopy. Recently, we predicted that the generation of more than one electron-hole pair (which exist as excitons in QDs) per absorbed photon would be an efficient process in QDs. This prediction has been confirmed over the past several years in several classes of QDs.  We have observed very efficient and ultrafast multiple exciton generation (MEG) from absorbed single high energy photons in Group IV-VI and recently in Si QDs.  Efficient MEG has the potential to greatly enhance the conversion efficiency of solar cells that incorporate QDs for both solar electricity and solar fuel (i.e. H3) production. Selected aspects of this work will be summarized and recent advances will be discussed; a unique quantum mechanical model to explain efficient and ultrafast MEG based on the coherent superposition of multiple excitonic states (in collaboration with Al. L. Efros and A. Shabaev at NRL) will also be discussed. Various possible configurations for quantum dot solar cells that could produce ultrahigh conversion efficiencies for the production of electricity and solar fuels (e.g. H3 from H3O) will be presented, along with progress in developing such new types of solar cells.  Finally, we have also predicted an analogous MEG effect in molecules (called singlet fission) that could be used in molecular chromophore-sensitized nanocrystalline TiO2 solar cells and new preliminary evidence for this effect will also be presented.

BIOGRAPHY: Dr. Arthur J. Nozik is a Senior Research Fellow at the U.S. DOE National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Professor Adjoint in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Colorado, Boulder. In 2007 he was appointed the Scientific Director of the new Center for Revolutionary Solar Photoconversion under the Colorado Renewable Energy Collaboratory.  Nozik received his BChE from Cornell University in 1959 and his PhD in Physical Chemistry from Yale University in 1967. Before joining NREL in 1978, then known as the Solar Energy Research Institute (SERI), he conducted research at the Materials Research Center of the Allied Chemical Corporation (now Honeywell, Inc). Dr. Nozik's research interests include size quantization effects in semiconductor quantum dots and quantum wells, including multiple exciton generation from a single photon; the applications of unique effects in nanostructures to advanced approaches for solar photon conversion; photogenerated carrier relaxation dynamics in various semiconductor structures; photoelectrochemistry of semiconductor-molecule interfaces; photoelectrochemical energy conversion; photocatalysis; optical, magnetic and electrical properties of solids; and Mössbauer spectroscopy. He has published over 200 papers and book chapters in these fields, written or edited 5 books, holds 11 U.S. patents, and has delivered over 240 invited talks at universities, conferences, and symposia. He has served on numerous scientific review and advisory panels, chaired and organized many international  and national conferences, workshops, and symposia, and received several awards in solar energy research, including the 2008 Eni Award and the 2002 Research Award of the Electrochemical Society. Dr. Nozik has been a Senior Editor of The Journal of Physical Chemistry from 1993 to 2005.   A Special Festschrift Issue of The Journal of Physical Chemistry honoring Dr. Nozik’s scientific career appeared in the December 21, 2006 issue.  Dr. Nozik is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; he is also a member of the American Chemical Society, the Electrochemical Society, and the Materials Research Society.

Monday 6:00-7:30 Max Jacob Memorial Award


";Micro- To Micro-scale Heat Transfer from Metal-Graphite Composite
Surfaces";

Wen-Jei Yang, Nengli Zhang and Dan L. Vrable

Tuesday, 8:00-9:00 am

The Carbon Journey – The Nation’s Need to Reduce Emissions and Increase Energy Security

J. Michael Davis, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Description: Nationally and globally, two important trends are accelerating in the wrong direction and threaten our environmental sustainability and energy security—carbon dioxide emissions are continuing to go up, while the ability to meet growing energy needs with our own resources is continuing to go down. We must start now to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and ultimately stabilize atmospheric concentrations of CO2. At the same time, any solution we consider must also address the need for energy independence and security. This talk will explore potential actions that can be taken on both the supply side and demand side of the energy equation to address the challenges of the carbon journey—including carbon capture and sequestration, energy conversion technologies including coal gasification and biofuels, energy efficiency, integrating renewable energy onto the grid, the electrification of transportation and demand management. It will also include a discussion of how policy, technology and capital can work hand in hand to make significant progress possible

Biography: Mike Davis is the Associate Laboratory Director for the Energy and Environment Directorate at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. In this role, Mike is responsible for ensuring that PNNL delivers outstanding science and technology solutions to the most important energy and environment issues facing the nation and the Department of Energy. At the highest levels, the Energy and Environment Directorate and its roughly 1,000 staff members are responsible for contributing the research, development and deployment to increase the nation's energy capacity, reduce dependence on imported oil and reduce the environmental effects of legacy waste and energy use. The directorate conducts about $200 million of business annually for government and industrial clients.


Prior to his career at Avista, Mike was president and CEO of Kyocera Solar, a leading global producer and supplier of solar electric components and systems, and of Kyocera's predecessor, Golden Genesis Company. During his tenure, Mike established Golden Genesis Company as the largest publicly traded distributor, integrator and marketer of solar electric systems and products for distributed power applications in the Western hemisphere. Mike was appointed in 1989 by President Bush as the U.S. Department of Energy's Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable Energy. During his four-year term, he launched programs such as the U.S. Advanced Battery Consortium, the Renewable Energy Production Incentive and the Photovoltaic Manufacturing Initiative. He expanded the funding available for Conservation and Renewable Energy research programs from $350 to $850 million per year over three years. In October 1991, Mike received the Secretary's Gold Medal Award, recognizing him for charting ";a new course of industry-driven, market-oriented research and development for the federal government.";

Tuesday, 1:00-2:00 pm

Energy for Sustainability

Trung Van Nguyen, National Science Foundation

The Energy for Sustainability Program is one of seventeen programs in the Division of Chemical, Biotechnology, Environmental and Transport (CBET) Systems of the Directorate for Engineering (ENG) in the National Science Foundation. This program is one of four programs in the Environmental Engineering and Sustainability Cluster. It is the newest program in the CBET Division, created in 2006, with the mission of funding long-term, basic and fundamental research and education that will have major impacts on the generation, conversion and storage of environmentally friendly and renewable energy. I will share some of my vision in this area and present additional information such as research areas of interest to the program and examples of recent awards.


Biography: Trung Van Nguyen was elected to be the first Director for the Energy for Sustainability program at NSF and started his position in June 2007. Concurrently, he also holds the title of Professor of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering at the University of Kansas. He has a BS from NCSU and MS and PhD from TAMU, all in Chemical Engineering. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Kansas, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Los Alamos National Lab, Senior Product & Process Development Engineer at Duracell, and Member of Technical Staff at Bell Labs. His research is on transport and interfacial phenomena in fuel cells and batteries and mathematical modeling of electrochemical systems.

And

Energy Research: Opportunities and Challenges

Mildred Dresselhaus
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

ABSTRACT: An overview of the challenges of providing energy to an increasing
global population with greater expectations for residential comforts, industrial development, and transportation mobility is discussed within the constraints of present energy supply and environmental concerns.  The topics covered will span solar energy as an energy source, hydrogen as a transfer agent, and thermoelectrics for energy conversion and for cooling.  The interconnection between different components of the energy will be considered.  Emphasis is given to the role for basic research in addressing these challenges and the opportunities for young people to advance their careers while addressing societal concerns.

BIOGRAPHY: Mildred Dresselhaus is an Institute Professor of Electrical Engineering and Physics at MIT.  Her research over the years has covered a wide range of topics in Condensed Matter and Materials Physics.  She is best known for her work on carbon science and carbon nanostructures.  She is also one of the researchers responsible for the resurgence of the Thermoelectrics research field 15 years ago. She co-chaired a DOE Study on ";Basic Research Needs for the Hydrogen Economy in 2003 and more recently co-chaired of a National Academy Decadal Study of Condensed Matter and Materials Physics.  She served as Director of the DOE Office of Science toward the end of the Clinton Administration.  Professor Dresselhaus is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and has served as President of the American Physical Society, Treasurer of the National Academy of Sciences, President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and on numerous advisory committees and councils.  Dr.  Dresselhaus has received numerous awards, including the US National Medal of Science and 24 honorary doctorates.  Her recent awards include the L'Oreal-UNESCO 2007 North American Laureate for Women in Science, and the 2008 recipient of the Oersted Medal for Physics Education from the American Association for Physics Teachers and of the 2008 Buckley Prize for Condensed Matter Physics from the American Physical Society.

Wednesday, 8:00-9:00 am

Molecular Dynamic Simulation of Liquid Argon Film Evaporation and Colloidal Adsorption Characteristics in a Nnanochannel

J. N. Chung
University of Florida

A novel and physically correct molecular dynamics simulation model for the solid wall-fluid heat transfer boundary condition has been developed to capture the physics of transient phase transition of a nano-scale liquid argon film on a heated platinum surface. The eventual colloidal adsorption phenomenon on the platinum surface is precisely simulated for the first time as the evaporation is diminishing. The objective of this work is to provide microscopic characterizations of the dynamic thermal energy transport mechanisms during the liquid film evaporation and also the resulting non-evaporable colloidal adsorbed liquid layer at the end of the evaporation process. A nanochannel is constructed of platinum (Pt) wall atoms with argon as the working fluid. The proposed model is validated by heating liquid argon between two Pt walls and comparing the change in internal energy to that calculated from thermodynamic properties of argon. Phase change process is studied by simulating evaporation of a thin liquid argon film on a Pt wall using the proposed model. The gradual evaporation, initiated by rigorous jet convection, exponentially decreases with time. A non-evaporating thin film is eventually resulted and the factors governing its thickness are identified. A new method based on

the current molecular dynamics simulation is developed and used to evaluate the Hamaker constant for the “adsorbed” film and the Hamaker constant compares well with the experimental value.

Biography:  Jacob N. Chung is the Andrew H. Hines, Jr./Progress Energy Eminent Scholar Chair Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida. He is also the Director of micro-Scale and Microgravity Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer Lab at the University of Florida. He is a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). From 2002-2005, he served as an associated editor for the ASME Journal of Heat Transfer in the areas of phase-change heat transfer and multiphase flows. He is a member of the ASME Heat Transfer Division K-11 and K-19 committees. Dr. Chung’s research activities for the past thirty years have been in the general areas of fluid mechanics and heat transfer with a special focus on bubble and droplet dynamics and heat transfer, phase change heat transfer, multiphase flows, microgravity boiling, laminar-turbulent transition, turbulence in heated flows, nano- and micro-scale thermal transport phenomena, and cryogenic two-phase heat transfer. He has authored and co-authored a total of 120 archival journal papers in the above research areas. Dr. Chung and two co-authors published a book entitled “Transport Phenomena with Drops and Bubbles”.

Wednesday, 1:00-2:00 pm

The 2008 Freeman Scholar Lecture

William K. George, Chalmers University of Technology

Biography: William K. George joined the faculty of the Pennsylvania State University in 1968, holding positions in both Aerospace Engineering and the Applied Research Laboratory. In 1974 he moved to the State University of New York at Buffalo Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, where he was promoted to full professor in 1980. He joined the Department of Applied Mechanics of the Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden in September 2000 as Professor of Turbulence.


He has authored several hundred papers, mostly on turbulence and its many applications. In addition to his work on both theoretical and experimental turbulence, his contributions range from measurements in gas turbines and automotive components to the development of optical flow diagnostic techniques. One of his most important contributions was as the editor and translator of Wind Atlas for Denmark, which became the model for predicting wind generator performance around the world. He has supervised 25 Ph.D. students, all of whom hold responsible positions as professors, researchers, or engineers in leading establishments throughout the world.

HEAT TRANSFER TRACK AND TOPIC CHAIRS

3-2-1 Single Phase Convection I(K-8)

2-1-1 Panel on Cyberinfrastructure for Heat Transfer

7-2-1 Multiphase Heat Transfer I(K-13)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Topic Organizer: Christopher Kobus, Oakland University; Co-Organizer: Patrick Oosthuizen, Queen's University

Track Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida

Topic Organizer: Timothy Fisher, Purdue University

Track Organizer: Jungho Kim, University of Maryland

Topic Organizer: Shripad Revankar, Purdue University; Co-Organizers: Jovica Riznic, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission; Glen Thorncroft, CAlPoly SLO; Ali Siapush, INL

13-2-1 Heat and Mass Transfer in the Natural and Built Environment (K-19)

5-3-1 Experiments and Modeling of Fire and Fire Suppression – I (K-11)

9-1-1 Transport Phenomena in Materials Processing and Manufacturing – I (K-15)

Track Organizer: Michael B. Pate, Texas A&M University

Track Organizer: Alexander L Brown, Sandia National Labs; Co-Organizer: Mahesh Panchagnula

Track Organizer: Yuwen Zhang, University of Missouri

Topic Organizer: R Figliola, Clemson University; Co-Organizers: Fotouh Al-Raqom, University of Florida and Sandra Boetcher, University of North Texas

Topic Organizer: Alexander L Brown, Sandia National Labs

Topic Organizer: Ronggui Yang, University of Colorado; Co-Organizer: Roop L. Mahajan, Virginia Tech

3-3-3 Single Phase Convection II (K-8)

10-1-1 Micro/Nano-Scale Heat Transfer in Electronic Equipment (K-16)

7-2-2 Multiphase Heat Transfer II (K-13)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Track Organizer: Amanie Abdelmessih, Saint Martin's University

Track Organizer: Jungho Kim, University of Maryland

Topic Organizer: Christopher Kobus, Oakland University; Co-Organizer: Patrick Oosthuizen, Queen's University

Topic Organizer: Jayathi Murthy, Purdue University; Co-Organizer: Suresh Garimella, Cooling Technologies Research Center

Topic Organizer: Shripad Revankar, Purdue University; Co-Organizers: Jovica Riznic, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission; Glen Thorncroft, Cal Poly SLO; Ali Siapush, INL

17-1-1 Heat Transfer Education (K-21)

5-3-2 Experiments and Modeling of Fire and Fire Suppression-II (K-11)

9-1-2 Transport Phenomena in Materials Processing and Manufacturing III (K-15)

Track Organizer: S.A. Sherif, University of Florida; Co-Organizers: Fotouh Al-Raqom, University of Florida; Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida

Track Organizer: Alexander L Brown, Sandia National Labs; Co-Organizer: Mahesh Panchagnula

Track Organizer: Yuwen Zhang, University of Missouri

Topic Organizer: Fotouh Al-Raqom, University of Florida; Co-Organizers; Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida; Alain Kassab, University of Central Florida; Eduardo Divo, University of Central Florida

Topic Organizer: Alexander L Brown, Sandia National Labs

Topic Organizer: Ronggui Yang, University of Colorado; Co-Organizer: Roop L. Mahajan, Virginia Tech

3-2-3 Single Phase Convection III (K-8)

10-2-1 Modeling, Optimization and Characterization of Electronic Packages (K-16)

7-3-1 Microchannel Boiling and Condensation I (K-13)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Track Organizer: Amanie Abdelmessih, Saint Martin's University

Track Organizer: Jungho Kim, University of Maryland

Topic Organizer: Christopher Kobus, Oakland University; Co-Organizer: Patrick Oosthuizen, Queen's University

Topic Organizer: Justin Wodrich, Motorola, Inc.

Topic Organizer: M. Erol Ulucakli, LAFAYETTE COLLEGE; Co-Organizers: Vinod Narayanan and Yassin Hassan, Texas A&M University

16-3-1 Forum on Heat Transfer Visualization I (K-22)

5-4-3 Hydrocarbon Combustion I (K-11)

9-2-1 Heat and Mass Transfer in Nanomanufacturing (K-15)

Track Organizer: Kenneth Kihm, University of Tennessee

Track Organizer: Alexander L Brown, Sandia National Labs; Co-Organizer: Mahesh Panchagnula

Track Organizer: Yuwen Zhang, University of Missouri

Topic Organizer: David Pratt, USAF, AFRL/RBS

Topic Organizer: Kevin Lyons, NCSU

Topic Organizer: Ben Li, University of Michigan

3-3-1 Heat Transfer in Porous Media I (K-8)

10-3-1 Heat Sinks and Two-Phase Heat Transfer in Electronic Packaging (K-16)

7-3-2 Microchannel Boiling and Condensation II (K-13)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Track Organizer: Amanie Abdelmessih, Saint Martin's University

Track Organizer: Jungho Kim, University of Maryland

Topic Organizer: Patrick Oosthuizen, Queen's University; Co-Organizers: Feng Lai, University of Oklahoma; Erik R. Bardy, Grove City College and Konstantin Matveev, WSU

Topic Organizer: Mark North, Thermacore, Inc.; Co-Organizer: Pradip Majumdar, Northern Illinois University

Topic Organizer: M. Erol Ulucakli, LAFAYETTE COLLEGE; Co-Organizers: Vinod Narayanan and Yassin Hassan, Texas A&M University

16-3-2 Forum on Heat Transfer Visualization II (K-22)

5-4-5 Hydrocarbon Combustion II (K-11)

9-4-1 Materials Processing Issues in Energy Systems (K-15)

Track Organizer: Kenneth Kihm, University of Tennessee

Track Organizer: Alexander L Brown, Sandia National Labs; Co-Organizer: Mahesh Panchagnula

Track Organizer: Yuwen Zhang, University of Missouri

Topic Organizer: David Pratt, USAF, AFRL/RBS

Topic Organizer: Kevin Lyons, NCSU

Topic Organizer: Wilson K. S. Chiu, University of Connecticut

3-3-2 Heat Transfer in Porous Media II (K-8)

10-5-1 Jets, Fluid Cooling and Channel Flow (K-16)

7-4-1 Boiling and Condensation Heat Transfer I (K-13)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Track Organizer: Amanie Abdelmessih, Saint Martin's University

Track Organizer: Jungho Kim, University of Maryland

Topic Organizer: Patrick Oosthuizen, Queen's University; Co-Organizers: Feng Lai, University of Oklahoma; Erik R. Bardy, Grove City College and Konstantin Matveev, WSU

Topic Organizer: Alfonso Ortega

Topic Organizer: Debjyoti Banerjee, Texas A&M University; Co-Organizers: Ali Siapush, INL; Abhijit Mukherjee, MTU; Si Young Lee, Savannah River National Laboratory

14-1-1 Advances in Computational Heat Transfer I (K-20)

5-4-1 Industrial Reacting Flows I (K-11)

8-1-1 Gas Turbine Heat Transfer (K-14)

Track Organizer: Jamil Khan, University of South Carolina

Track Organizer: Alexander L Brown, Sandia National Labs; Co-Organizer: Mahesh Panchagnula

Track Organizer: William E. Lear, University of Florida; Co-Organizer: Richard Rivir, AFRL/RZ

Topic Organizer: Laila Guessous, Oakland University; Co-Organizers: Robert Spall, Utah State University and Sumanta Acharya, Louisiana State University

Topic Organizer: Kevin Lyons, NCSU

Topic Organizer: William E. Lear, University of Florida; Topic Co-Organizer: Richard Rivir, AFRL/RZ

3-4-1 Fluid-Solid Interfacial Phenomena (K-8)

2-3-1 US-India Panel on Joint Workshops and Research Cooperation

7-4-2 Boiling and Condensation Heat Transfer II (K-13)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Topic Organizer: Jennifer Lukes, University of Pennsylvania; Co-Organizer: Alan McGaughey, Carnegie Mellon University

Track Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida

Topic Organizer: Srinath Ekkad, Virginia Tech

Track Organizer: Jungho Kim, University of Maryland

Topic Organizer: Debjyoti Banerjee, Texas A&M University; Co-Organizers: Ali Siapush, INL; Abhijit Mukherjee, MTU; Si Young Lee, Savannah River National Laboratory

14-1-2 Advances in Computational Heat Transfer II (K-20)

5-4-4 Combustion Synthesis (K-11)

8-1-2 Computation of Turbine Cooling and Heat Transfer (K-14)

Track Organizer: Jamil Khan, University of South Carolina

Track Organizer: Alexander L Brown, Sandia National Labs; Co-Organizer: Mahesh Panchagnula

Track Organizer: William E. Lear, University of Florida; Co-Organizer: Richard Rivir, AFRL/RZ

Topic Organizer: Laila Guessous, Oakland University; Co-Organizers: Robert Spall, Utah State University and Sumanta Acharya, Louisiana State University

Topic Organizer: Kevin Lyons, NCSU

Topic Organizer: William E. Lear, University of Florida; Topic Co-Organizer: Richard Rivir, AFRL/RZ

3-4-2 Transport inNanostructures, Thin Films and Across Interfaces (K-8)

10-6-1 Electronic Cooling and Design (K-16)

7-6-1 Heat Pipes I (K-13)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Track Organizer: Amanie Abdelmessih, Saint Martin's University

Track Organizer: Jungho Kim, University of Maryland

Topic Organizer: Jennifer Lukes, University of Pennsylvania; Co-Organizer: Alan McGaughey, Carnegie Mellon University

Topic Organizer: Ali Heydari, Sun Microsystems; Co-Organizer: James Petroski, GE Lumination

Topic Organizer: Hongbin Ma, University of Missouri; Co-Organizers: Ali Siapush, INL and Rathinam Selvam, University of Arkansas

14-4-1 Transport Phenomena in Fuel Cells (K-20)

4-1-1 Micro Heat Exchangers (K-10)

11-1-1 Heat and Mass Transfer in Biotechnology -I (K-17)

Track Organizer: Jamil Khan, University of South Carolina

Track Organizer: T.S. Ravi-guru-rajan, Wichita State University

Track Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida; Co-Organizer: Malisa Sarntinoranont, University of Florida

Topic Organizer: Pradip Majumdar; Co-Organizers: Sandip Mazumder, Ohio State University and Yitung Chen

Topic Organizer: Amir Jokar; Co-Organizer: T.S. Ravi-guru-rajan, Wichita State University

Topic Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida; Topic Co-Organizer: Malisa Sarntinoranont, University of Florida

3-4-3 Thermal Transport in Nanostructures, Thin Films and Across Interfaces - II (K-8)

1-6-1 Thermal Issues in Combined Heat and Power Systems (K-6)

7-6-2 Heat Pipes II (K-13)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Track Organizer: Ingrid Cotoros, Lockheed Martin; Co-Organizer: Kambiz Vafai, UC Riverside

Track Organizer: Jungho Kim, University of Maryland

Topic Organizer: Jennifer Lukes, University of Pennsylvania; Co-Organizer: Alan McGaughey, Carnegie Mellon University

Topic Organizer: S. A. Sherif, University of Florida; Co-Organizers: Laura Schaefer, University of Pittsburg and Wei Tong

Topic Organizer: Hongbin Ma, University of Missouri; Co-Organizers: Ali Siapush, INL and Rathinam Selvam, University of Arkansas

14-5-1 Industrial Applications of Computational Heat Transfer - I (K-20)

4-2-6 High Temperature Applications (K-10)

11-1-2 Heat and Mass Transfer in Biotechnology - II (K-17)

Track Organizer: Jamil Khan, University of South Carolina

Track Organizer: T.S. Ravi-guru-rajan, Wichita State University

Track Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida; Co-Organizer: Malisa Sarntinoranont, University of Florida

Topic Organizer: Kevin Dowding; Co-Organizer: Stephen Webb, Sandia National Laboratories

Topic Organizer: T.S. Ravi-guru-rajan, Wichita State University; Topic Co-Organizer: Vijayaraghavan Chakravarthy, Praxair Inc

Topic Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida; Topic Co-Organizer: Malisa Sarntinoranont, University of Florida

3-6-2 Fundamentals of Heat Conduction (K-8)

1-1-1 Inverse Problems and Optimization in Heat Transfer (K-6)

7-5-1 Enhancement Methods (K-13)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Track Organizer: Ingrid Cotoros, Lockheed Martin; Co-Organizer: Kambiz Vafai, UC Riverside

Track Organizer: Jungho Kim, University of Maryland

Topic Organizer: Leslie Phinney, Sandia National Laboratories; Co-Organizer: Donald Beasley, Clemson University

Topic Organizer: Kyle Daun, University of Waterloo; Co-Organizers: Matthew R. Jones, Brigham Young University; Kevin Dowding and Keith Woodbury, The University of Alabama

Topic Organizer: Keith Hollingsworth, University of Houston; Co-Organizers: Afshin Ghajar, Oklahoma State University; Abhijit Mukherjee, MTU and Cila Herman

14-5-2 Industrial Application of Computational Heat Transfer – II

(K-20)

4-2-8 Optimization and Efficiency (K-10)

18-1-1 Thermophysical Properties - I

(K-7)

Track Organizer: Jamil Khan, University of South Carolina

Track Organizer: T.S. Ravi-guru-rajan, Wichita State University

Track Organizer: S. A. Sherif, University of Florida; Co-Organizer: A.M. Mahmoud, University of Florida and Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida

Topic Organizer: Kevin Dowding; Co-Organizer: Stephen Webb, Sandia National Laboratories

Topic Organizer: T.S. Ravi-guru-rajan, Wichita State University; Topic Co-Organizer: Vijayaraghavan Chakravarthy, Praxair Inc

Topic Organizer: S. A. Sherif, University of Florida; Topic Co-Organizer: A.M. Mahmoud, University of Florida; Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida; S.A. Sherif, University of Florida

13-1-1 Panel on Future Directions in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Research (K-19)

4-3-1 CFD Modeling (K-10)

6-1-1 High Heat Flux Cooling for Avionics (K-12)

Track Organizer: Michael B. Pate, Iowa State University

Track Organizer: T.S. Ravi-guru-rajan, Wichita State University

Track Organizer: Ashley F Emery

Topic Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida

Topic Organizer: Arun Muley, Honeywell Aerospace; Co-Organizer: Yaroslav Chudnovsky, Gas Technology Institute

Topic Organizer: Julie Asfia, Boeing Company; Co-Organizers: M. Erol Ulucakli, LAFAYETTE COLLEGE and David Carrington, Los Alamos National Laboratory

14-6-1 Micro/Nano Scale Applications of Computational Heat Transfer (K-20)

1-4-1 Integrated Modeling (K-6)

18-1-2 Thermophysical Properties - II (K-7)

Track Organizer: Jamil Khan, University of South Carolina

Track Organizer: Ingrid Cotoros, Lockheed Martin; Co-Organizer: Kambiz Vafai, UC Riverside

Track Organizer: S. A. Sherif, University of Florida; Co-Organizer: A.M. Mahmoud, University of Florida and Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida

Topic Organizer: Jayathi Murthy, Purdue University; Co-Organizer: Xiulin Ruan, Purdue University

Topic Organizer: Jennifer Batson, Lockheed Martin; Co-Organizer: Ab Hashemi

Topic Organizer: S. A. Sherif, University of Florida; Topic Co-Organizer: A.M. Mahmoud, University of Florida; Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida

3-6-3 Fundamentals of Heat Transfer - I (K-8)

4-3-2 CFD Modeling - II (K-10)

6-2-1 Heat Transfer in Novel Thermal Management System (TMS) for Aerospace (K-12)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Track Organizer: T.S. Ravi-guru-rajan, Wichita State University

Track Organizer: Ashley F Emery

Topic Organizer: Leslie Phinney, Sandia National Laboratories; Co-Organizer: Donald Beasley, Clemson University

Topic Organizer: Arun Muley, Honeywell Aerospace; Co-Organizer: Yaroslav Chudnovsky, Gas Technology Institute

Topic Organizer: M. Erol Ulucakli, LAFAYETTE COLLEGE; Co-Organizers: Julie Asfia, Boeing Company and N.K. Anand

2-2-1 General Papers - I

1-3-1 Heat Transfer in Nanostructure and Naoporous Materials (K-6)

19-1-1 Low Temperature Heat and Mass Transfer (K-18)

Track Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida

Track Organizer: Ingrid Cotoros, Lockheed Martin; Co-Organizer: Kambiz Vafai, UC Riverside

Track Organizer: S. A. Sherif, University of Florida

Topic Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida

Topic Organizer: Ab Hashemi; Co-Organizer: Ingrid Cotoros, Lockheed Martin

Topic Organizer: Peng Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Co-Organizers: Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida; Fotouh Al-Raqom, University of Florida and S. A. Sherif, University of Florida

3-6-4 Fundamentals of Heat Transfer II (K-8)

2-2-2 General Papers II

7-1-1Spray and Jet Heat Transfer (K-13)

Track Organizer: Ronald D. Boyd, Prairie View A&M University

Track Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida

Track Organizer: Jungho Kim, University of Maryland

Topic Organizer: Leslie Phinney, Sandia National Laboratories; Co-Organizer: Donald Beasley, Clemson University

Topic Organizer: Jacob Chung, University of Florida

Topic Organizer: Jungho Kim, U. of Maryland; Co-Organizers: Vinod Narayanan and Tailian Chen, Wolverine Tube Inc.

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MONDAY August 11, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:00 am

Grand Ballroom Plenary: The Role of Nuclear Energy in Our Future
Dr. Kathryn A. McCarthy, Idaho National Laboratory

PARALLEL SESSIONS / 9:10 – 10:40 am

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-2-1 Single Phase Convection I(K-8)

2-1-1 Panel on Cyberinfrastructure for Heat Transfer

7-2-1 Multiphase Heat Transfer I(K-13)

Chair: Christopher Kobus, Oakland University; Co-Chair: : Patrick Oosthuizen, Queen's University

Chair:: Timothy Fisher, Purdue University

Chair: Jovica Riznic, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission; Co-Chair: Ali Siapush, INL

56033 Experimental and Computational Analysis of Natural Convection over Flat Plate

Farhana Afroz, Chowdhury Md. Feroz and Sumon Saha

56064 Computational Research Tools

Jennifer Lukes

56065 Computational Learning Tools

Jayathi Murthy

56066 Online Lectures and Tutorials

Costas Grigoropoulos

56067 Community Wiki

Greg Walker

56068 Properties Database and

Experimental Network

Li Shi

56069 International Partnerships

Pinar Menguc

56071 Industrial Partnerships

Suresh Garimella

56072 NSF Opportunities in

Cyberinfrastructure

Patrick Phelan

56057 Numerical Simulation on Melting and Solidification of a Phase-change Material in an Aluminum Plate-fin Thermal Storage

Minhui Lv, Hao Peng and Xiang Ling

56091 Applied Pulsed Flow for Single−Phase Convective Heat Transfer Enhancement in a Laminar Flow Cooling System

Bolaji O. Olayiwola, Gerhard Schaldach and Peter Walzel

56080 CFD Modeling Analysis of Mechanical Draft Cooling Tower

Si Y. Lee, Alfred J. Garrett, James S. Bollinger and Larry D. Koffman

56190 Natural Convective Heat Transfer from an Inclined Narrow Isothermal Flat Plate

Patrick H. Oosthuizen and Abdulrahim Kalendar

56113 Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Heat Characteristics of Liquid Flow with Micro-Encapsulated Phase Change Material

Rami Sabbah, Jamal Yagoobi and Said Al Hallaj

56193 The Effect of Partitions on the Laminar Natural Convection in a Square Cavity

Wenjiang Wu and Chan Y. Ching

56015 On The Critical Flows of Pressurized Pipe Systems

Moon-Sun Chung and Sung-Jae Lee

56472 Experimental Aero-Thermal Characterization of a Circular Jet Impinging a Plate; Influence of Impingement Flow Mach Number on Convective Heat Exchange Radial Distribution

Gildas Lalizel, Christophe David, Matthieu F´Enot and Ea Dorignac

56349 Vibration/Shock-Tolerant Capillary Two-Phase Loop Technology for Vehicle Thermal Control

Xudong Tang, Chanwoo Park and Jeffrey Perez

10:40 – 11:00 am Break

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ONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS / 9:10 – 10:40 am

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

13-2-1 Heat and Mass Transfer in the Natural and Built Environment (K-19)

5-3-1 Experiments and Modeling of Fire and Fire Suppression-1(K-11)

9-1-1 Transport Phenomena in Materials Processing and Manufacturing I(K-15)

Chair: R Figliola, Clemson University; Co-Chairs: Fotouh Al-Raqom, University of Florida and Sandra Boetcher, University of North Texas

Chair: Ofodike A. Ezekoye, The University of Texas at Austin

Chair: : Ronghui Ma, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

56326 Numerical Investigation on Thermal and Fluid Dynamic Behaviors of Air Conditioning in Aircraft Cabin

G. Balducci, V. Bianco, O. Manca, S. Nardini and M. Roma

56074 Carbon Monoxide Transport through Water Curtain

W.K. Chow and Mabel K.K. Ip

56103 Measurement of Cooling Curves in Centrifugal Casting of a Ferrous Alloy

Romulo Heringer, Marcelo A. Martorano and Mário Boccalini Jr.

56101 Transient Human Thermal Comfort Response in Convective and Radiative Environments

Mohamad Al-Othmani, Nesreen Ghaddar and Kamel Ghali

56085 One-Dimensional Smoke Movement in Vertical Open Shafts at Steady State: Theoretical

Prediction and Experimental Verification

Xiaoqian Sun, Yuanzhou Li, Ran Huo, Wanki Chow, Naikong Fong and Cheheng Gigi Lui

56296 Experimental Study on Double-Diffusive Convection during Solidification of NH5Cl-H3O Hypereutectic Solution in Cylindrical Cavity

Bofeng Bai, Jun Lu, Lei Zhang and Heng Li

56470 Experimental Model to Characterize the Evaporative Cooling of Horizontal Roofs

Margarita Gil Samaniego Ramos and Héctor Enrique Campbell Ramírez

56270 Direct Radiation from Wildfires through Square Screens

Ahmad Sharifian and David R Buttsworth

56294 Thermosolutal Convection and Solute Segregation of HgCdTe Alloyduring the Vertical Bridgman Single Crystal Growth

Jun Lu, Bofeng Bai, Zhixiang Wen and Liejin Guo

56162 Evaluation of Convective Heat and Mass Transfer in Open Sun and Green House Drying

S.K.Shukla

56424 The Double-Diffusive Convection in the Process of Water Mist Fire Suppression

Kai Xu and Wen-Qiang Lu

56395 Accumulated Temperature Measurement of Transparent Material Induced by High-Repetition-rate Femtosecond Laser Pulses (presentation only)

Moosung Kim

10:40 – 11:00 am Break

MONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS / 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-2-2 Single Phase Convection II (K-8)

10-1-1 Micro/Nano-Scale Heat Transfer in Electronic Equipment (K-16)

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-2-2 Multiphase Heat Transfer II

(K-13)

Chair: Christopher Kobus, Oakland University; Co-Chair: : Patrick Oosthuizen, Queen's University

Chair: Jayathi Murthy, Purdue University Co-Chair: Suresh Garimella, Cooling Technologies Research Center

Chair: Glen Thorncroft; Co-chair: Jovica Riznic, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

56093 Development of a Heat Transfer Correlation for the Transitional Flow in a Horizontal Tube Using Support Vector Machines

L. M. Tam, A. J. Ghajar, H. K. Tam and S. C. Tam

56001 Thermal Conductivity Measurements of SI-SIO2-SI Sandwich Structures for Micro/Nano Electronics

Christina Royce, Mehmet Arik, Stanton Weaver, J. W. Bray, Victor Ovsyuk, Anatoly Klimenko and

Andrey Yarts

56142 Thermal Homogenization in Spherical Reservoir by EHD Conduction

Phenomenon

Miad Yazdani and Jamal Seyed-Yagoobi

56094 Development of a Flow Regime Map for a Horizontal Pipe with the Multi-Classification Support Vector Machines

L. M. Tam, A. J. Ghajar, H. K. Tam and S. C. Tam

56037 Enhanced Mini-Channel Forced Convection with Phase-Change Particles

Fatemeh Hassanipour and Jose' Lage

56206 Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Melting in Vertical Circular Tubes

H. Shmueli, G. Ziskind and R. Letan

56201 Numerical Simulation of the Impact of Both Air Conditioning System and Train’s Movement on Platform Air Temperature Distribution

Hui Yang, Li Jia and Lixin Yang

56195 An Analysis of the Flow Fields within Geometrically-Similar Miniature Scale Centrifugal Pumps

Daniel Kearney, Jeff Punch and Ronan Grimes

56232 Heat Transfer Performance during Condensation of R-134A

M. H. Al-Hajeri and A. M. Koluib

56274 Transient Heat Transfer from Single Horizontal Heaters in Forced Flow of Helium Gas at Exponentially Increasing Heat Inputs

Qiusheng Liu and Makoto Shibahara

56483 Carbon Nanotube Array Thermal Interfaces Enhanced with Paraffin Wax

Baratunde A. Cola, Stephen L. Hodson, Xianfan Xu and Timothy S. Fisher

56246 Numerical Investigation on Bubbly Flow and Heat Transfer Characters in a Liquid-Reactor

Lixin Yang

56025 Natural Convective Heat Transfer from an Isothermal Vertical Square Cylinder Mounted on a Flat Adiabatic Base

Patrick H. Oosthuizen

56392 Bubble Coalescence and Break-up Studies using a Three-Dimensional Lattice Boltzmann Method (presentation only)

Amit Gupta

Terrace Pavilion

12:05 – 1:00 pm Lunch

Grand Ballroom 4&5

1:00 – 2:00 pmPlenary: Thirty Years of Naval Propulsor Hydrodynamic Research at the

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division

Dr. Stuart Jessup, Naval Surface Warfare Center

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ONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS /11:00 am – 12:30 pm

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

17-1-1 Heat Transfer Education (K-21)

5-3-2 Experiments and Modeling of Fire and Fire Suppression-II (K-11)

9-1-2 Transport Phenomena in Materials Processing and Manufacturing III (K-15)

Chair: Fotouh Al-Raqom, University of Florida;Co-Chairs; Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida; Alain Kassab, University of Central Florida; Eduardo Divo, University of Central Florida

Chair W.K. Chow, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University:

Chair: Calvin Li, University of Toledo;

Co-Chair: Roop L. Mahajan, Virginia Tech

56073 Josef Stefan and His Contributions to Heat Transfer

John Crepeau

56177 Experimental Study of Thermal Response of LPG Tanks Subjected to External Fire

Zhi Xiang Xing and Xiao Fang Zhao

56124 Transport Processes Governing the Drawing of a Hollow Optical Fiber

Jing Yang, Rutgers and Yogesh Jaluria

56433

An Active Learning Approach for Teaching Undergraduate Heat Transfer

Michael B. Pate

56184 Study of the Gas Combustion LP in an Atmospheric Burner

Armando Gallegos-Muñoz, Armando Balderas-Bernal and Alejandro Ramírez-Barrón

56499 Investigation on Heat Transfer and Its Effect on Titanium Hot Forging Process

K. Davami, M. K. Besharaty, A. Mellat and B. Serajzadeh

56451 Upwinded Localized Collocation Meshless Method (ULCMM) for Thermo-Fluids Modeling (presentation only)

Eduardo Divo

56370 Plume Rise Calculations Using a Control Volume Approach and the Damped Spring Oscillator Analogy

Alexander L. Brown and Nathan E. Bixler

56334 Heat Transfer Experiments and Process Development Measurements in the Production of

Aerospace Wire

Guillermo Varela, Joshua Whitley, Daniel Cox and Tom Roy

56456 Effects of Exit Vent Location on Fire Room Conditions during PPV

Colin M. Beal and Ofodike A Ezekoye

56455 Investigation of Potential Benefits of Using Bricks of High Thermal Capacity and Conductivity in a Rotating Calcining Kiln

Zhao Lei, Ting Wang and Robert T. Tonti

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PARALLEL SESSIONS /2:10 – 3:40 pm

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-2-3 Single Phase Convection III (K-8)

10-2-1 Modeling, Optimization and Characterization of Electronic Packages (K-16)

7-3-1 Microchannel Boiling and Condensation I (K-13)

Chair: Patrick Oosthuizen, Queen's University; Co-Chair: Christopher Kobus, Oakland University

Chair: Justin Wodrich, Motorola, Inc.

Chair: M. Erol Ulucakli, Lafayette College: Co-Chairs: Yassin Hassan, Texas A&M University; Vinod Narayanan, Oregon State University

56228 An Investigation of the Physical Mechanism of Heat Transfer Augmentation in

Stagnating Flows Subject to Freestream Turbulence

Andrew R. Gifford, Thomas E. Diller and Pavlos P. Vlachos

56170 Characterization of Microstructures for Heat Transfer Performance in Passive

Cooling Devices

Ram Ranjan, Suresh V. Garimella and Jayathi Y. Murthy

56084 Characteristics of Two-Component Two-Phase Flow and Heat Transfer in a Flat Microchannel

Matthew L Roesle and F A Kulacki

56302 An Investigation of the Physical Mechanism of Heat Transfer Augmentation in Boundary

Layer Flows Subject to Freestream Turbulence

David O. Hubble, Thomas E. Diller and Pavlos P. Vlachos

56012 Numerical Analysis of a Hybrid Heat Sink with using a Phase Change Material: Application to a Cooling of an Electronic Component

Mustapha Faraji and Hamid El Qarnia

56116 Two-Phase Heat Transfer and Bubble Dynamics in a Microchannel Array

T. P. Lagus and F. A. Kulacki

56329 Numerical Investigation on Forced Convection in Circular Tubes with Septa

D. Corrente, O. Manca, S. Nardini, D. Ricci and G. Masullo

56056 Multidisciplinary Placement Optimization of Heat Generating Semiconductor Logic Blocks

Tohru Suwa and Hamid Hadim

56176 Convective Boiling Between 2D Plates: Shear Flow Influence on Bubbles Growth, Detachment and Evolution

D. Serret, D. Brutin, O. Rahli, C. Le Niliot and L. Tadrist

56359 Transient Natural Convection Slip Flow in a Vertical Microchannel Heated at Uniform Heat Flux

Bernardo Buonomo and Oronzio Manca

56454 CFD Analysis of a Notebook Computer Thermal Management Solution

Fidan Seza Yalçın, Cüneyt Sert and Ilker Tarı

56253 Local Wall Temperature Measurements in Microchannel Flows Using Infrared Thermography

Daniel Krebs, Vinod Narayanan, James Liburdy and Deborah Pence

56024 Three-Dimensional Natural Convective Flow in a Rectangular Enclosure with a Rectangular Heated Section on One Vertical Wall and with the Other Vertical Walls Cooled

Patrick H. Oosthuizen, Abdulrahim Kalendar and Thomas M. Simko

56401 Numerical Prediction of Heat Transfer Enhancement in a Semiconductor Device with a Swivelled Module Board

Srinivas Bhatt

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ONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS /2:10 – 3:40 pm

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

16-3-1 Forum on Heat Transfer Visualization I (K-22)

5-4-3 Hydrocarbon Combustion I (K-11)

9-2-1 Heat and Mass Transfer in Nanomanufacturing (K-15)

Chair:David Pratt, USAF, AFRL/RBS; Co-Chair: Kenneth Kihm, University of Tennessee

Chair: Chenn Zhou, Purdue University Calumet

Chair: Ben Li, University of Michigan; Co-Chair: Yuwen Zhang, University of Missouri

56352 The Visualization of Thin Film Evaporation on Thin Micro Sintered Copper Mesh Screen

Chen Li, G. P. Peterson, Ji Li and Nikhil Koratkar

56083 Pyrolysis Modelling in a Woodstove

Rajesh Gupta

56242 Impact of Thermophoresis on Carbon Nanotube Growth by Chemical Vapor Deposition

Andrew C. Lysaght and Wilson K. S. Chiu

56459 Near-Field Imaging Using Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) Reflectance

(presentation only)

Kenneth Kihm

56255 Heat and Mass Transfer from Platinum-Coated Cylinders in Axisymmetric Hydrogen-Air Boundary Layers

Timothy W. Tong, Mohsen M. Abou-Ellail and Yuan Li

56180 Reverse Monte Carlo Modeling of Signal Transport in Light-Pipe Radiation Thermometers

Hakan Erturk, Ofodike A Ezekoye and John R Howell

56219 Natural Convection around a Horizontal Heated Square-Section Cylinder in an Enclosure: Visualization and Dynamic Characterization of Instabilities by Particle Image Velocimetry

Gillian Leplat, Philippe Barricau, Philippe Reulet and Pierre Millan

56286 Simulation of s CO-H3-Air Turbulent Diffusion Flame by the Chemical Equilibrium Method with a Few Chemical Reactions

Kazui Fukumoto and Yoshifumi Ogami

56489 Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of the Nanoscale Laser Ablation with a Near Field Scanning Optical Tip

Sy-Bor Wen

56304 Flame Holding and Combustion Characteristics of a Geometrical Flame Holder

K. A. Ahmed and D. J. Forliti

56096 Dual Pump Femtosecond Laser Induced Plasma

Meg Mahat, Tae Y. Choi, Nasrasadani Seifolah and Arup Neogi

56466 Ignition and Combustion Characteristics of Liquid Fuel Droplets Containing Metal Nanoparticles

Tae-Woo Lee, Himanshu Tyagi, David Sonenschein, Patrick E. Phelan, Ravi Prasher

Robert Peck and Paul Arentzen

3:40 – 4:00 pm Break

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MONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS /4:00 – 5:30 pm

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-3-1 Heat Transfer in Porous Media I (K-8)

10-3-1 Heat Sinks and Two-Phase Heat Transfer in Electronic Packaging (K-16)

7-3-2 Microchannel Boiling and Condensation II (K-13)

Chair: Patrick Oosthuizen, Queen's University; Co-Chair: Erik R. Bardy, Grove City College

Chair: Mark North, Thermacore, Inc.; Co-Chair: Pradip Majumdar, Northern Illinois University

Chair: M. Erol Ulucakli, Lafayette College; Co-Chairs: Vinod Narayanan, Oregon State University; Yassin Hassan, Texas A&M University

56158 A Compact Thermal Resistance Model for Determining Effective Thermal Conductivity in the Fibrous Gas Diffusion Layers of Fuel Cells

E. Sadeghi, M. Bahrami and N. Djilali

56205 Pin-Fin Heat Sink with Horizontal Base and Blocked Edges

D. Sahray, H. Shmueli, N. Segal, G. Ziskind and R. Letan

56389 The Micro-Scale of Boiling Processes of FC-72 in a Confined Space

Anthony J. Fernandez, Sergio Escobar-Vargas, Drazen Fabris, Jorge E. Gonzalez,

Ratnesh Sharma and Cullen Bash

56171 The Effect of Pore Shape to the Effective Thermal Conductivity of Thermal Barrier Coatings

Ozge Altun and Y. Erhan Böke

56492 An Analytical Hierarchical Processing Based Heat Sink Selection and CFD Simulation for Porous Heat Sink (presentation only)

Manish Attal

56463 Dimensionless Transition Criteria for Condensation in Microchannels

(presentation only)

Srinivas Garimella

56477 Thermal Radiation in a Packed Bed with Internal Heat Generation

Jaap E Hoffmann

56187 Modeling and Testing of an Integrated Evaporator-Condenser Device for CPU Cooling

Mark Aaron Chan, Christopher R. Yap and Kim Choon Ng

56465 Heat Transfer Model for Near-Critical_Pressure Condensation of Refrigerant Blends in Microchannels (presentation only)

Srinivas Garimella

56110 Transient Natural Convection from a Vertically Embedded Heat Source in a Thermally Stratified Porous Layer

J. Zhang and F. C. Lai

56337 Stability Analysis and Network Design of Evaporative Micro-Channels

Hee Joon Lee and Shi-Chune Yao

56342 Two Phase Analysis of Heat Transfer and Dispersion of Nano Particles in a Microchannel

S.M.M Nayinian, M. Shams, H. Afshar and G. Ahmadi

56111 Prediction of Natural Convection Heat Transfer in Layered Porous Cavities by Homogeneous Anisotropic Model

R. L. Marvel and F. C. Lai

56291 Dryout during Flow Boiling in a Single Circular Minichannel: Experimentation and Modelling

Davide Del Col, Alberto Cavallini, Stefano Bortolin, Marko Matkovic and Luisa Rossetto

6:00-7:30

Grand Ballroom 4 and 5 Max Jacob Memorial Award

";Micro- To Micro-scale Heat Transfer from Metal-Graphite Composite Surfaces";

Wen-Jei Yang, Nengli Zhang and Dan L. Vrable

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PARALLEL SESSIONS /4:00 – 5:30 pm

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

16-3-2 Forum on Heat Transfer Visualization II (K-22)

5-4-5 Hydrocarbon Combustion II (K-11)

9-4-1 Materials Processing Issues in Energy Systems (K-15)

Chair: David Pratt, USAF, AFRL/RBS; Co-Chair: Kenneth Kihm, University of Tennessee

Chair: Cheng-Xian Lin, The University of Tennessee

Chair: Wilson K. S. Chiu, University of Connecticut

56443 Tomographic Reconstruction of Unsteady Fields Using Proper Orthogonal Decompostion

Dhruv Singh, Atul Srivastava and K Muralidhar

56310 Spectral Radiation Properties of a Turbulent Ethylene Pool Fire

Kaushik Biswas, Yuan Zheng and Jay Gore

56283 Simultaneous Production of Hydrogen and CNTs by In-Liquid Plasma, and Its

Discharge Characteristics

Shinfuku Nomura, Hiromichi Toyota, Shinobu Mukasa, Yoshiaki Hattori, Yoshiyuki Takahash,

Naoharu Ueda,Hiroshi Yamashita, Hiroaki Tsuruno and Muneo Tanaka

56179 Measurements of Bubble Nucleation Characteristics in Pool Boiling of a Wetting Liquid on Smooth and Roughened Surfaces

John P. McHale and Suresh V. Garimella

56420 A Combined Experimental and Numerical Study of Heat Transfer Characteristics for Methane/Air Flame Impinging Normally on a Flat Surface

Subhash Chander and Anjan Ray

56354 Performance of Dense Vertical Cracked Air Plasma Spray Processed Thermal Barrier Coatings: Thermo-Physical Properties Measurements, and Effects Of Thermal Stress on

Thermal Cycling Failure

Patrick F. Mensah, Nalini Uppu and Ravinder Diwan

56402 PIV Measurements in the Condenser Region of a Gas-Loaded Thermosyphon

Martin Cleary, Ronan Grimes, Marc Hodes and Mark T. North

56151 A Numerical Investigation on Soot Formation from Laminar Diffusion

Flames of Ethylene/Methane Mixture

Hongsheng Guo, Stephanie Trottier, Matthew R. Johnson and Gregory J. Smallwood

56500 Heat Flux Estimation in Direct Chill Casting Using Experimental and Inverse Finite Element Method

Ashok Kumar Nallathambi, Umair Alam and Eckehard Specht

56196 Edge Detection Based on Wavelet Analysis with Gaussian Filter and Application in Multiphase Flow

Bin Chen, Fude Guo and Tao Ning

56104 Evaporating Meniscus in a Capillary Tube with High Heat Flux Induced by Micro Diffusion Flame

J. Chen and X. F. Peng

56097

Electron and Focused Ion Beams in Thermal Science and Engineering

Tae-Youl Choi and Dimos Poulikakos

56108 Calibration of Chemical Kinetic Models Using Simulations of Small-Scale Cookoff Experiments

Aaron P. Wemhoff, Richard Becker and Alan K. Burnham

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TUESDAY August 12, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:10 am

Grand Ballroom Plenary: The Carbon Journey – The Nation’s Need to Reduce Emissions and

Increase Energy Security

J. Michael Davis, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

PARALLEL SESSIONS / 9:00 – 10:40 am

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-3-2 Heat Transfer in Porous Media II

(K-8)

10-5-1 Jets, Fluid Cooling and Channel Flow (K-16)

7-4-1 Boiling and Condensation Heat Transfer I (K-13)

Chair: Erik R. Bardy, Grove City College; CoChair: Feng Lai, University of Oklahoma

Chair: Alfonso Ortega

Chair: Debjyoti Banerjee, Texas A&M University; Co-Chairs: Abhijit Mukherjee, MTU; Ali Siapush, INL

56248 Numerical Simulation of Laminar Confined Impinging Jet in a Composite Channel

Marcelo J.S. de Lemos

56220 An Investigation of Thermal and Velocity Fields for a Confined Jet over the RE Range of 1,000-24,000

N. Jeffers, J. Punch and E. Walsh

56039 A Visual Study of Two-Phase Change Heat Transfer in Horizontal Bottom Heating Beads Packed Porous Structures

Calvin Hong Li

56249 Mathematical Modeling of Flow and Heat Transfer in a Moving Bed Reactor

Marcelo J.S. de Lemos

56474 Experimental Study of Non-Boiling Spray Cooling Heat Transfer for Inclined Sprays

Yongxian Guo, Jianyuan Jia, Weidong Wang and Shaorong Zhou

56131 Scaling of Passive Condenser System Separate Effect Facility

Shripad T. Revankar, Seungmin Oh, Wenzhong Zhou and Gavin Henderson

56250 Turbulent Flow in s Composite Channel with a Wavy Interface

Marcelo J.S. de Lemos

56230 Immersion Cooling of Power Electronics in Segregated Hydrofluoroether Liquids

Cindy M. Barnes and Philip E. Tuma

56204 Approximate Solution for the Heat Transfer Controlled Growth of a Steadily Translating Vapor Bubble

Michael Shusser

56375 Permeability and Thermal Transport in Compressed Open-Celled Foams

S. Ravi Annapragada, Jayathi Y. Murthy and Suresh V. Garimella

56010 Experimental Observation of the Dynamic Micro- and Macro-Layer during Pool Boiling

Craig Gerardi, Jacopo Buongiorno, Lin-wen Hu and Thomas McKrell

56013 Two-Phase Friction Factor Obtained from Various Void Fraction Models during Condensation ff R134A in Vertical Downward Flow At High Mass Flux

Ahmet Selim Dalkilic, Suriyan Laohalertdecha and Somchai Wongwises

10:40 – 11:00 am Break

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UESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS / 9:10 – 10:40 am

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

14-1-1 Advances in Computational Heat Transfer I (K-20)

5-4-1 Industrial Reacting Flows I (K-11)

8-1-1 Gas Turbine Heat Transfer (K-14)

Chair: Laila Guessous, Oakland University; Co-Chairs: Robert Spall, Utah State University; Sumanta Acharya, Louisiana State University

Chair: T-W. Lee, Arizona State University

Chair: Srinath Ekkad, Virginia Tech; Co-Chair: William E. Lear, University of Florida

56038 Modeling Flash Diffusivity Experiments in Two Dimensions for Thick Samples

Robert L. McMasters

56200 Numerical Study on High Temperature Air Combustion in U-Type Tube

Xing Li, Li Jia, Tiantian Zhang and Lixin Yang

56155 Effects of Syngas Ash Particle Size on Deposition and Erosion of a Film Cooled Leading Edge

Ali Rozati, Danesh K. Tafti and Sai Shrinivas Sreedharan

56076 Simulation of Radiation Heat Transfer of Three Dimensional Participating Media by Radiative Exchange Method

Mohammad Hadi Bordbar and Timo Hyppänen

56229 Computation of Nitrogen Oxides in Radiant Porous Burner Flows

Timothy W. Tong, Mohsen M. Abou-Ellail, Yuan Li and Karam R. Beshay

56280 Validation of Mist/Steam Cooling CFD model in a Horizontal Tube

T. S. Dhanasekaran and Ting Wang

56145 An Unstructured Reacting Flow Solver with Coupled Implicit Solution of the Species Conservation Equations

Ankan Kumar and Sandip Mazumder

56245 Numerical Simulation of Reactive Turbulent Flows over Bluff Body Flame Holders: A Parametric Study

Richard Holder and Cheng-Xian (Charlie) Lin

56347 Characteristics of Cooling of the Leading Edge with a Row of Dual Impinging Jets

X. C. Li

56199 Numerical Computation of Compressible Laminar Flow with Heat Transfer in the Entrance Region of a Pipe

M. Ziaei Rad, A. Nouri- Broujerdi and J. Seume

56256 Study of Co-Injection of Natural Gas and Pulverized Coal in Blast Furnace under Pure Oxygen Environment

Mingyan Gu and Jiaxin Li

56366 CFD Analysis of Batch-Type Reheating Furnace with Regenerative Burners

Bin Wu, Tom Roesel, Andrew M. Arnold, Zhaojiang Xu, Eugene Arnold, George Downey III and Chenn Q. Zhou

10:40 – 11:00 am Break

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TUESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS /11:00 am – 12:30 pm

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-4-1 Fluid-Solid Interfacial Phenomena

(K-8)

2-3-1 US-India Panel on Joint Workshops and Research Cooperation

7-4-2 Boiling and Condensation Heat Transfer II (K-13)

Chair: Alan McGaughey, Carnegie Mellon University; Co-Chair: Jennifer Lukes, University of Pennsylvania

Chair: Srinath Ekkad, Virginia Tech

Chair: Abhijit Mukherjee, MTU; Co-Chairs; Debjyoti Banerjee, Texas A&M University; Ali Siapush, INL

56089Mean-Field Bounds and the Classical Nature of Thermal Conduction in Nanofluids

Jacob Eapen

56506 Overview of ISHMT/ASME Joint Heat Transfer Conferences and Workshops, Srinath Ekkad 

56507 Overview of Electronic Cooling Workshop and Sabbatical Experience in India, Timothy Fisher 

56510 Keynote Address and Workshop Experience,Tom Shih

56508 Workshops in Nuclear Heat Transfer, Heat Exchangers, and Fuel Cells, Shripad Revankar 

56509 Past Workshops and Experience of US Faculty in India, Suresh Garimella 

56511Heat Exchanger Workshop - Successes and Future Directions, Arun Muley 

56223 Modeling of Two-Phase Flow Structure Evolution in Subcooled Nucleate Convective Boiling with Coupling of Bubble-Tracking and Two-Fluid Models

Ivo Kljenak, Boštjan Končar and Borut Mavko

56390 Effect of Polymer Chains on Heat Transfer on Nanofins

Navdeep Singh and Debjyoti Banerjee

56272 Transient Pool Boiling CHF in FC-72

P.F. Sutopo, Katsuya Fukuda and Qiusheng Liu

56444 Effect of Brownian and Thermophoretic Diffusions of Nanoparticles on Nonequilibrium Heat Conduction in Nanofluids

Yuwen Zhang, Ling Li and H.B. Ma

56378 Determination of Dimensionality of Pool Boiling on a Thin Horizontal Disk under Subcooled Condtions Using Thin – Film Thermocouples

Vijaykumar Sathyamurthi and Debjyoti Banerjee

56043 Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Translational Thermal Accommodation Coefficients for Time-Resolved LII

K. J. Daun, G. J. Smallwood and F. Liu

56397 Forced Convection Film Boiling Heat Transfer from Single Horizontal Cylinders in Saturated and Subcooled Liquids: Part 1- Experimental Data and Its Correlation for Saturated Liquids

Qiusheng Liu and Katsuya Fukuda

56446 Formulation of Film Theory Equations for Modeling of Condensation of Steam-Air Mixtures in a Shell and Tube Condenser

Yousef Haseli, Ibrahim Dincer and Greg Frank Naterer

Terrace Pavilion

12:05 – 1:00 pm Lunch

Grand Ballroom 4&5

1:00 – 2:00Plenary: Energy for Sustainability

Dr. Trung Van Nguyen, National Science Foundation

Orlando

1:00 – 2:00 Plenary: Energy Research: Opportunities and Challenges

Dr. Mildred Dresselhaus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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UESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS / 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

14-1-2 Advances in Computational Heat Transfer II (K-20)

5-4-4 Combustion Synthesis (K-11)

8-1-2 Computation of Turbine Cooling and Heat Transfer (K-14)

Chair: : Robert Spall, Utah State University;Co-Chairs: Laila Guessous, Oakland University; Sumanta Acharya, Louisiana State University

Chair: Aaron Wemhoff, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Co-Chair: Robert McMasters, Virginia Military Institute

Chair: Richard Rivir, AFRL/RZ; Co-Chair William E. Lear, University of Florida:

56265 A Novel Finite Difference Method for Flow Calculation on Co-located Grids

Z. Z. Xia, P. Zhang and R. Z. Wang

56313 Computational Study of Reactive Flow in Halide Chemical Vapor Deposition of Silicon Carbide Epitaxial Film

Rong Wang and Ronghui Ma

56422 Large Eddy Simulation of the Heat Transfer Due to Swirling and Non-Swirling Jet Impingement

Naseem Uddin, S. O. Neumann and B. Weigand

56117 Investigation of a Split-Dimple Fin Geometry for Heat Transfer Augmentation

Mohammad A. Elyyan and Danesh K. Tafti

56363 Methodology for the Numerical Simulation of Natural Gas, Coal, and Coke Combustion in a Blast Furnace

William Walker, Mingyan Gu, Naresh Selvarasu, John D’Alessio, Neil Macfadyen and Chenn Zhou

56382 Tip Leakage Flow and Heat Transfer Characteristics on Shroud and Rotor Blade Tip in an Axial Gas Turbine Engine: Steady Analysis

Md Hamidur Rahman, Ibrahim Hassan and Sung In Kim

56222 Unsteady Heat Transfer from a Spherical Particle in Turbulent and Oscillating Ambient Flows

Prosenjit Bagchi and Kirit Kottam

56002 Observations on Flame Stretching in a Scale Room Model with Natural Vent

W.K. Chow and C.K. Law

56194 Effect of Upstream Step on Flat Plate Film Cooling Effectiveness Using PSP

Akhilesh P Rallabandi, Joshua Grizzle and Je Chin Han

56251 The Developmental Research of Regeneration Ladle Heater with Gas Backflow Technology

Linjiang Zou and Lin Cheng

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TUESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS /2:10 – 3:40 pm

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-4-2 Transport inNanostructures, Thin Films and Across Interfaces (K-8)

10-6-1 Electronic Cooling and Design (K-16)

7-6-1 Heat Pipes I (K-13)

Chair: Jennifer Lukes, University of Pennsylvania; Co-Chair: Alan McGaughey, Carnegie Mellon University

Chair: Ali Heydari, Sun Microsystems; co-Chair: : James Petroski, GE Lumination

Chair: Hongbin Ma, University of Missouri; Co-Chairs: Ali Siapush, INL; Rathinam Selvam, University of Arkansas

56146 Argon Thermal Conductivity by Anharmonic Lattice Dynamics Calculations

J.E. Turney, A.J.H. McGaughey and C.H. Amon

56210 Optimization of Thermoelectric Modules for Computer System Thermal Management and Infrastructure Energy Efficiency

Amip Shah, Anita Rogacs and Chandrakant Patel

56105 Transient Thermal and Hydrodynamic Performances of Flat Heat Pipe Subjected to Heating with Multiple Electronic Components

R. Sonan Ocho, S. Harmand,J. Pellé, D. Leger and M. Fakès

56473 Designing SI/SI1¡XGEX Superlattices with Tailored Thermal Transport Properties

E. S. Landry and A.J.H. McGaughey

56292 Thermal Analysis of a Micro-Electro-Mechanical Deformable Thin Film Package and Development of the Temperature Control System Using Transient Testing Method

Jae Choon Kim, Jin Taek Chung, Jae Hong Min, Dong Jin Lee, Ji-Hyuk Yu, JuHwan Lim,

Byeong-Kwon Ju and SungWoo Hwang

56128 Performance of a Flexible Evaporator for Loop Heat Pipe Applications

James F. Klausner and Mukta S. Limaye

56328 Thermal Transport Measurements of Nanowire-Substrate Interfaces

Monalisa Mazumder and Theodorian Borca-Tasciuc

56405 Piezoelectric Fans: Heat Transfer Enhancements or Electronics Cooling

James Petroski, Mehmet Arik and Mustafa Gursoy

56160 Heat Transport Capability and Fluid Flow Neutron Radiography of a Three-

Dimensional Oscillating Heat Pipes

B. Borgmeyer, C. Wilson, R. A. Winholtz and H. B. Ma

56427 Modeling of Subcontinuum Thermal Transport across Semiconductor-Gas Interfaces

Dhruv Singh, Xiaohui Guo, Alina AlexeenkoJayathi Y. Murthy and Timothy S. Fisher

56458 Validation of Dynamic Models for an Air-Cooled CPU Chip Cooling Device

R. Zhang, C. Zhang and J. Jiang

56147 Parametric Control of a Two-Phase Thermal Management System for Space Applications

M.J. Brooks, L.C. Nortje, W.E. Lear and S.A. Sherif

3:40 – 4:00 pm Break

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UESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS /2:10 – 3:40 pm

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 9

14-4-1 Transport Phenomena in Fuel Cells (K-20)

11-1-1 Heat and Mass Transfer in Biotechnology –I (K-17)

Chair: Pradip Majumdar; Co-Chairs: Sandip Mazumder, Ohio State University; Yitung Chen

Chair: Malisa Sarntinoranont, University of Florida; Co-Chair: Deborah Pence, Oregon State University

56020 Computational Modeling of the Cathode Catalyst Layer of a PEMFC

Sai Kamarajugadda and Sandip Mazumder

56063 Theoretical Evaporation Model of a Single Droplet in Laser Treatment of PWS in Conjunction with Cryogen Spray Cooling

Zhifu Zhou, Hui Xin, Bin Chen and Guo-xiang Wang

56408 Validation of a Computational Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Model

Richard S. Fu and Ugur Pasaogullari

56198 Thermal Modelling for Design Optimization of a Microfluidic Device for Continuous Flow Ploymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)

Sumeet Kumar, Todd Thorsen and Sarit Kumar Das

56425 Transient Modeling of Direct Internal Reforming Planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

C. Ozgur Colpan, Ibrahim Dincer and Feridun Hamdullahpur

56396 Thermal Ablation of Mouse Skin Tissue Using Ultra-Short Pulsed 1552 nm Laser

Amir Yousef Sajjadi, Ogugua Onyejekwe, Shreya Raje, Kunal Mitra and Michael Grace

56447 Effect of Reduced Temperature and Cathode Porosity on the Performance of Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cell

A.K. Sleiti, University of Central Florida

56409 Transient Thermal Response of Skin Tissue

Muge Pirtini Cetingul and Cila Herman

56362 A New Bipolar Plate of PEM Electrolysis Cell with Uniform Flow And Heat Transfer Fields

J. H. Nie, K. M. Veepuri, Y. T. Chen and J. F. Wu

3:40 – 4:00 pm Break

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UESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS /4:00 – 5:30 pm

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-4-3Thermal Transport in Nanostructures, Thin Films and Across Interfaces – II (K-8)

4-1-1 Micro Heat Exchangers (K-10)

7-6-2 Heat Pipes II (K-13)

Chair: Alan McGaughey, Carnegie Mellon University; Co-Chair: Jennifer Lukes, University of Pennsylvania

Chair: Amir Jokar

Chair: Hongbin Ma, University of Missouri; Co-Chair: Rathinam Selvam, University of Arkansas

56207 Quantum Dots for Liquid-Phase Thermometry in Silicon Microchannels

Myeongsub Kim and Minami Yoda

56305 Axial Heat Conduction in Counter Flow Microchannel Heat Exchangers

B. Mathew and H. Hegab

56298 Thermal and Visual Observation of Water and Acetone Oscillating Heat Pipes

C. Wilson, B. Borgmeyer, I. Yoon, R. A. Winholtz, H. B. Ma, D. L. Jacobson,

D. S. Hussey and M. Arif

56244 Temperature Modeling for Carbon Nanofiber Breakdown

Drazen Fabris, Hirohiko Kitsuki, Toshishige YamadaXuhui Sun, Jorge Gonzalez Cruz and Cary Y. Yang

56315 Effectiveness of Parallel Flow Microchannel Heat Exchangers with External Heat Transfer and Internal Heat Generation

B. Mathew and H. Hegab

56387 Loop Heat Pipe Startup with Liquid Core Visualization

B.P. d’Entremont, A.G. Kulakov, J.M. Ochterbeck, J. Perez and P.D. Rogers

56339 Curvature Effect on the Thermal Conductivity of Nanowires

Liang-Chun Liu, Ronggui Yang and Mei-Jiau Huang

56150 A Novel Gas-Water Heat Exchanger with Minichannels

Yang Chen, Per Lundqvist and Björn Palm

56047 Development of the Loop Heat Pipe (LHP)

K. Tanaka

56341 Radiative Properties of GaAs from First Principles Calculations

Hua Bao and Xiulin Ruan

56029 Experimental Apparatus for Measuring in Tube Condensation Heat Transfer Coefficient and Pressure Drop Using Smooth and Micro-Fin Tubes for HFC Refrigerants

Pradeep A.Patil and S.N. Sapali

56203 Experimental Research on Heat Transfer Characteristic of Pulsating Heat Pipe

Li Jia and Yan Li

56435 Longitudinal Thermal Conductivity of Silicon Nanowire Composites (presentation only)

Dipali Pradhan

6:00 – 8:00

Grand Ballroom 4 and 5 Awards Banquet

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UESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS /4:00 – 5:30 pm

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

14-5-1 Industrial Applications of Computational Heat Transfer – I (K-20)

1-6-1 Thermal Issues in Combined Heat and Power Systems (K-6)

11-1-2 Heat and Mass Transfer in Biotechnology – II (K-17)

Chair: Kevin Dowding; Co-Chair: Stephen Webb, Sandia National Laboratories

Chair: Laura Schaefer, University of Pittsburgh: Co-Chairs: Wei Tong; S. A. Sherif, University of Florida

Chair: Malisa Sarntinoranont, University of Florida; Co-Chair: Deborah Pence, Oregon State University

56081 A Study on the Optimal Design of Heating Chamber in Sputtering Process for Large-Sized LCD Panel Manufacturing

Bin Hu and Kwang-Sun Kim

56062 Numerical Analysis for a Vapor Feed Miniature Direct Methanol Fuel Cell System

Bin Xiao and Amir Faghri

56259

Numerical Prediction of the Temperature Distribution within a Human Eye during Laser Surgery

Sandeep Singh Kushwaha and P.S.Ghoshdastidar

56078 Enhancement of Natural Convection Heat Transfer Rate in Internal Compressible Flows by Inserting Stationary Inserts

Emad Y. Tanbour and Ramin K. Rahmani

56077 CFD Approach Analysis of Chemical Reactions Coupled Convective Heat Transfer in Reformer Ducts

Jinliang Yuan, Guogang Yang and Bengt Sundén

56266 Errors in Skin Temperature Measurements

M. V. Dugay, S. K. S. Boetcher and E. M. Sparrow

56303 An Efficient Software Architecture for Automated Coupling of Convection and Thermal Radiation Tools

Christian Rauch, Thomas Hörmann, Sebastian Jagsch and Raimund Almbauer

56129 Thermal-economic Optimization of Combined Cycle Power Plant

Sepehr Sanaye and Pourya Ahmadi

56493 Analysis of Temperature Response in Biological Tissue with Sinusoidal Temperature Oscillation on the Skin

Ping Yuan, Hsueh-Erh LiuChih-Wei Chen and Hong-Sen Kou

56040 The Effect of Obstacle Geometry and Its Position on Thermal Stratification in Solar Powered Domestic Hot Water Storage Tanks

Necdet Altuntop, Veysel Özceyhan, Yusuf Tekin and Sibel Gunes

56234 Optimum Flashing Pressure in Single and Double Flash Geothermal Power Plants

Shahin Amiri, Ahmad Kahrobaian and Shayan Amiri

56141 Visual Investigation and Comparison of the Thermal Characteristics of Fluid With and Without Nanoparticles Flowing Over a Heated Flat Plate

Dale A. McCants and Jamil A. Khan

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WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

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General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:00 am

Grand Ballroom Plenary: Molecular Dynamic Simulation of Liquid Argon Film

Evaporation and Colloidal Adsorption Characteristics in a Nanochannel

Dr. Jacob N. Chung, University of Florida

PARALLEL SESSIONS / 9:10 – 10:40 am

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-6-2 Fundamentals of Heat Conduction (K-8)

4-2-6 High Temperature Applications (K-10)

7-5-1 Enhancement Methods (K-13)

Chair: Don Beasley; Co-Chair: Leslie Phinney, Sandia National Laboratories

Chair: Yaroslav Chudnovsky, Gas Technology Institute; Co-Chair: Vijayaraghavan Chakravarthy, Praxair Inc

Chair: : Keith Hollingsworth, University of Houston; Co-Chairs: Afshin Ghajar, Oklahoma State University; Abhijit Mukherjee, MTU

56035 Inverse Solution to Steady Heat Conduction with Heat Generation in a Rectangular Solid Domain

M. Mosaad

56079 Experimental Study of Natural Convection Heat Transfer in a Vertical Pipe with Stationary Inserts

Emad Y. Tanbour and Ramin K. Rahmani

56275 Dependence of Heat Transfer Coefficient on Porous Structure in Porous Media

Akira Matsui, Kazuhisa Yuki and Hidetoshi Hashizume

56121 On Relativistic Transformation of Coordinates and Exact Solution of Damped Wave Conduction and Relaxation Equation

Kal Rengathan Sharma

56186 Thermal Model of a Gas Fired Generator for an Absorption GAX Cooling System

Vidal, M.A. Barrera-Chavarría, V.H. Gómez, J. Cervantes and R. Best

56350 Direct Numerical Simulation of EHD-Enhanced Film Boiling

Payam Sharifi and Asghar Esmaeeli

56123 Bessel Composite Function of the Third Order and First Kind Solution to Damped Wave Conduction and Relaxation

Kal Rengathan Sharma

56469 Thermal Analysis of Radiator Core in Heavy Duty Automobile

Srikanth Kolachalama, Kalyan Kuppa, Dhananjay Mattam and Mukul Shukla

56393 Subcooled and Saturated Pool Boiling on Nano-Finned Surfaces (presentation only)

Debyoti Banerjee

56449 Heat Transfer from Solids with Variable Thermal Conductivity and Uniform Internal Heat Generation Using HPM

Rahim Gu and W. A. Khan

56505 Designing Shell-and-Coil Mixed Convection Heat Exchangers

Nasser Ghorbani Mianroudi and Hessam Taherian

56440 Modeling the Retention of Water Droplets on Topographically-Modified, Micro-Grooved Aluminum

Andrew D. Sommers and Anthony M. Jacobi

56119 Transient Damped Wave Conduction and Relaxation in Human Skin and Thermal Wear During Winter

Kal Renganathan Sharma

56125 Prediction of Bundle Shell Side Condensation Heat Transfer Coefficient

Tailian Chen

56471 Experimental Investigation of an Evaporator Enhanced with a Micro-Porous Structure in a Two-Phase Thermosyphon Loop

Richard Furberg, Rahmatollah Khodabandeh, Björn Palm, Shanghua Li, Muhammet Toprak and

Mamoun Muhammed

10:40 – 11:00 am Break

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EDNESDAY August 13, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS / 9:10 – 10:40 am

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

14-5-2 Industrial Application of Computational Heat Transfer – II (K-20)

1-1-1 Inverse Problems and Optimization in Heat Transfer (K-6)

18-1-1 Thermophysical Properties – I (K-7)

Chair: Kevin Dowding; Co-Chair: Stephen Webb, Sandia National Laboratories

Chair: Kyle Daun, University of Waterloo; Co-Chairs: Matthew R. Jones, Brigham Young University; Kevin Dowding; Keith Woodbury, The University of Alabama

Chair: A.M. Mahmoud, University of Florida; Co-Chair: Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida; S.A. Sherif, University of Florida

56109 Thermal-Structural Analysis of the Macarthur Maze Freeway Collapse

Charles R. Noble, Aaron P. Wemhoff and Larry D. McMichael

56181 Reduced Order Modeling of Light Scattering by a Cloud of Particles

James B. Hall, Travis J. Moore and Matthew R. Jones

56090 The Effects of Thermocouple Materials and Insulating Mica in an Erodable Surface Thermocouple

Alan Grech, Tonio Sant and Mario Farrugia

56149 Experimental Validation of Passenger Car Underhood Simulation in the Presence of Convective and Radiative Heat Flux

Daniele Suzzi, Bernhard Lechner, Sebastian Jagsch and Raimund Almbauer

56301 Accounting for Sensor Errors in Estimation of Surface Heat Flux by an Inverse Method

Jonathan W. Woolley and Keith A. Woodbury

56197 Mid-Infrared Properties of Nanoscale Metallic Slit Arrays

Y.-B. Chen, K. Fu, C.-H. Chen, P.-f. Hsu and Y.-C. Lee

56075 Heat Transfer Enhancement in a Tube Using Triangular Ribs

Veysel Ozceyhan and Sibel Gunes

56335 Predicting System Performance and Est imating Parameters for Systems Burdened with Uncertainties and Noise using Bayesian Inference

A. F. Emery and D. Bardot

53227 Variation of the Thermal Conductivity of Elastomeric Foam with Pressure

Erik R Bardy and Joseph C Mollendorf

56460 Analytical Study of Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Sheets during Contact Drying Process

Mohammad R. Izadpanah and Amir R. Ansari Dezfoli

56418 Thermal Wave Based Measurement of Liquid Thermal Conductivities

Zhefu Wang and Richard B. Peterson

56017 Numerical Simulation of Natural Convection Flow in a Cube with a Horizontal Heated Strip

Esam M. Alawadhi

10:40 – 11:00 am Break

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WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

PARALLEL SESSIONS /11:00 am – 12:30 pm

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

13-1-1 Panel on Future Directions in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Research (K-19)

4-2-8 Optimization and Efficiency (K-10)

6-1-1 High Heat Flux Cooling for Avionics (K-12)

Chair: Jacob Chung, University of Florida Co-Chair: S.A. Sherif, University of Florida;

Chair: Behnam Bahr; Co-Chair: Paul Rubas, ExxonMobil Research & Engineering

Chair: Julie Asfia, Boeing Company; Co-Chairs: M. Erol Ulucakli, Lafayette College; David Carrington, Los Alamos National Laboratory

56512 Thermodynamic and Thermal Transport Challenges in Energy Technologies Enabling Sustainable Transportation, Andrei Fedorov 

56513 Distributed Energy: Its Role in a Sustainable Energy Future, William E. Lear 

56514 Potential of Hydrogen Production using Wind Energy, Michael B. Pate 

56515 Some Research Needs for More Sustainable Transportation, Vernon Roan 

56516 Research Needs for the Thermal-Chemical Conversion of Biomass and Solid Waste to Energy, Jacob Chung 

56517Solar Energy Research on new Thermodynamic Cycles and Advanced Working Fluids, D. Yogi Goswami 

56114 Design of Fin Plate Heat Exchanger for Increasing Micro Turbine Efficiency and Introduction of Fin Plate Heat Exchanger Design Software (KhoshNasr) for this Purpose

Mehdi Nasrabadi and Ramin Haghighi Khoshkhoo

56438 Aerothermal Analysis of Small Payloads Delivered into Low Earth Orbit from an Airborne Launch Platform

Martin J. Guillot and Ian McNab

56407 Assessment f Heat Transfer Effectiveness -- Application to Shell Bitumen Plant, Takoradi, Ghana

Anthony Simons

56208 Explorations of Carbon Nanotube Wick Structure for High Heat Flux Cooling

Qingjun Cai, Chung-lung Chen, Guangyong Xiong and Zhifeng Ren

56442 Design and Limitations of Conduction-Based Heat Exchangers for Thermoacoustic Systems (presentation only)

Cila Herman

56318 Thermally Induced Flow Structures in Aircraft Wing Compartments

D. Newport, V. Egan, M.Aguanno, V. Lacarac, T. Brown, B. Estebe and

Y. Murer

56258 Simulation and Optimization of Drying Of Wood Chips with Superheated Steam

in a Rotary Kiln

P.S.Ghoshdastidar and Ankit Agarwal

56504 Experimental Study of Mixed Convection Shell-and-Coil Heat Exchanger

Nasser Ghorbani Mianroudi , Mofid Gorji and Hessam Taherian

Terrace Pavilion

12:05 – 1:00 pm Lunch

Grand Ballroom 4&5Plenary: 2008 Freeman Scholar Lecture

William K. George, Chalmers University of Technology

WEDNESDAY

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PARALLEL SESSIONS / 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

14-6-1 Micro/Nano Scale Applications of Computational Heat Transfer (K-20)

18-1-2 Thermophysical Properties – II (K-7)

Chair: Jayathi Murthy, Purdue University; Co-Chair: Xiulin Ruan, Purdue University

Chair: Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida; Co-Chair: A.M. Mahmoud, University of Florida; ; S.A. Sherif, University of Florida

56233 Slip-flow and Conjugate Heat Transfer in Rectangular Microchannels

H.D. Madhawa Hettiarachchi, Mihajlo Golubovic, William M Worek and WJ Minkowycz

56139 Chemical Kinetic Parameter Estimation for Ammonia Borane Hydrolysis

Sumit Basu, Yuan Zheng and Jay P. Gore

56264 Modeling of Polarization-Specific Phonon Transmission Functions through Interfaces

Zhen Huang, Jayathi Murthy and Timothy Fisher

56468 The Numerical Mirage Method for Photothermal Characterization of Materials

Michael T. Demko, Stephen R. Hostler and Alexis R. Abramson

56288 Effects of Triangular Rough Elements on Flow And Heat Transfer in Micro-Channels

Yan-hui Feng, Ai-guo Wang, Lin Lin, Xin-xin Zhang and Xin Liu

56487 Thermo-Physical Features of Extreme Activity of Metallic Nano-Particles

Babak Shokri, Maziar S. Yaghmaee and M. Reza Rahimipour

56289 Modelization and Analysis of Natural Convection Heat Transfer in Nanofluids

Pietro Marco Congedo, Stefano Collura and Paolo Maria Congedo

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PARALLEL SESSIONS /2:10 – 3:40 pm

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-6-3 Fundamentals of Heat Transfer – I (K-8)

4-3-1 CFD Modeling (K-10)

6-2-1 Heat Transfer in Novel Thermal Management System (TMS) for Aerospace (K-12)

Chair: Leslie Phinney, Sandia National Laboratories; Co-Chair: Don Beasley

Chair: Arun Muley, Honeywell Aerospace; Co-Chair: Raj Manglik

Chair: M. Erol Ulucakli, Lafayette College; Co-Chair: Julie Asfia, Boeing Company; N.K. Anand

56061 Numerical Prediction of Flow and Heat Transfer Rates in Metal Based Microchannels Using Lattice Boltzmann Method

Pritish R. Parida and Srinath V. Ekkad

56216 Numerical Study on Forced Convective Heat Transfer in Porous Pin Fin Channels

Jian Yang, Zen Ming and Qiuwang Wang

56284 Measurement of Transient Natural Convection in Non-Ventilated Aircraft Compartments

V. Egan, T.W Confrey, D. Newport and V. Lacarac

56333 Turbulent Natural Convection in a Differentially Heated Vertical Channel

Abolfazl Shiri and William K. George

56421 Three-Dimensional CFD Modelling and Analysis of the Thermal Entrainment in Open Refrigerated Display Cabinets

Pedro Dinis Gaspar, L.C. Carrilho Gonçalves and R.A. Pitarma

56319 A Thermoregulatory Model for Cooling Garment Applications with Transient Metabolic Rates

Johan K. Westin, Jayanta S. Kapa and Louis C. Chow

56413 Natural Convection Heat Transfer from Vertical Square Ducts

Mohamed E. Ali

56452 CFD Modeling and Analysis of a Small Shell-and-Tube Heat Exchanger

Ender Ozden and Ilker Tarı

56320 An Analysis of Natural Convection in Leading Edge Wing Compartments

V. Egan, D. Moore, D. Newport, V. Lacarac, T. Brown and B. Estebe

56008 Entropy-Based Loss Coefficients for Turbulent Channel Flow with Heat Transfer

G. F. Naterer and O. B. Adeyinka

56217 Numerical Studies of a Novel Combined Multiple Shell-Pass Shell-and-Tube

Heat Exchanger with Helical Baffles

Qiuwang Wang, Guidong Chen, Qiuyang Chen, Min Zeng and Dahai Zhang

56321 Velocity Field Measurements in Leading Edge Wing Compartments

V. Egan, D. T. Newport, V. Larcarac, T. Brown and B. Estebe

56028 Buoyant Convection Superposed Metal Foam and Water Layers

V. Kathare, F. A. Kulacki and Jane H. Davidson

56011 A Dynamic Heat Transfer Analysis of a Three-Sided Pyramidal Fin of Scalene Triangular Cross-Sectional Area

Richard G. Carranza

3:40 – 4:00 pm Break

WEDNESDAY

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PARALLEL SESSIONS /2:10 – 3:40 pm

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

2-2-1 General Papers - I

1-4-1 Integrated Modeling (K-6)

19-1-1 Low Temperature Heat and Mass Transfer (K-18)

Chair: Jacob Chung, University of Florida; Co-Chairs: Shalabh Maroo, University of Florida; .A.M. Mahmoud, University of Florida; Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida

Chair: Jennifer Batson, Lockheed Martin; Co-Chair: Ab Hashemi

Chair: Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida; Co-Chairs: Peng Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Fotouh Al-Raqom, University of Florida; S.A. Sherif, University of Florida

56044 Heat Transfer Enhancement in Channel Flow Using an Inclined Square Cylinder

Dong-Hyeog Yoon, Kyung-Soo Yang and Choon-Bum Choi

56191 Reverse Monte-Carlo Ray-Tracing Method Combined with Full Spectrum K-Distribution Method for Radiative Heat Transfer

Xiaojing Sun and Philip J. Smith

56163 Flow Boiling Patterns of Liquid Nitrogen in Micro-Tubes

P. Zhang, X. Fu and R. Z. Wang

56172 The Effect of a Magnetic Field on Bouyancy-Driven LIN Differentially Heated Square Cavity with Two Insulated Baffles

M. Ghassemi, M. Pirmohammadi and G. A. Sheikhzadeh

56236 Experimental and Numerical Determination of Thermal Radiative Properties of ZnO Particulate Media

Patrick Coray, Wojciech Lipiński and Aldo Steinfeld

56316 Experimental and Computational Study of Nanoparticle Transport in Agarose Gel

M. Salloum, D. Su, R. Ma and L. Zhu

56238 Numerical Study of Natural Convection in a Partitioned Cavity

M. Ghassemi, M. Pirmohammadi and G. A. Sheikhzadeh

56332 Numerical and Experimental Study on Heat Transfer Process under Microwave

Irradiation with Inserting Reflector to Enhance Energy Absorption Rate

M Kumja, Ng Kim Choon and Christopher Yap

56436 Performance of Thermoacoustic Refrigerators: Cooling Load and Coefficient of Performance

Cila Herman, Christopher Lavin and Zdenek Trávnícek

56497 Integrated Gas Dynamic and Thermodynamic Computational Modeling of Multicylinder

4-stroke Spark Ignition Engine using Gasoline as Fuel

J.V. Tirkey, H.N. Gupta and S.K.Shukla

56254 Temperature and Concentration Simulations in the Methanol Steam Reformer

Yen-Cho Chen, Rei-Yu Chein and Li-Chun Chen

3:40 – 4:00 pm Break

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PARALLEL SESSIONS /4:00 – 5:30 pm

City Terrace 4

City Terrace 5

City Terrace 6

3-6-4 Fundamentals of Heat Transfer II (K-8)

4-3-2 CFD Modeling – II (K-10)

7-1-1Spray and Jet Heat Transfer (K-13)

Chair: Don Beasley; Co-Chair: Leslie Phinney, Sandia National Laboratories

Chair: Arun Muley, Honeywell Aerospace; Co-Chair: Vijayaraghavan Chakravarthy, Praxair Inc

Chair: Vinod Narayanan, Oregon State University; Co- Chairs:Tailian Chen, Wolverine Tube Inc.; Jungho Kim, U. of Maryland

56243 Validation of a Thermal Spreading/Constriction Resistance Model for a Convectively Cooled Plate with an Applied Heat Flux

P.Y.C. Lee and W.H. Leong

56237 Developing Forced and Free Convection for Inclined Semicircular Ducts

Yousef M. F. El. Hasadi

56034 Direct Simulation of Spray Cooling: Effect of Multiple Droplet Impact and Latent

Heat of Vaporization of Coolant Liquid on Heat Transfer

Mita Sarkar, R. Panneer Selvam and Rengasamy Ponnappan

56467 Solution of Heat Conduction Problem in Automotive Clutch and Brake Systems

Abdullah M. Al-Shabibi

56268 Negatively Buoyant Plume Flow in a Baffle

S. K. S. Boetcher and F. A. Kulacki

56148 Jet Impingement Melting with Vaporization: A Numerical Study

Jayesh Jain, Subhrajit Dey, L. Muralidharan, Andrew M. Leach and Jan Henrik Ardenkjaer-Larsen

56448 Effect of Variable Thermal Conductivity on Heat Transfer From a Hollow Sphere with Heat Generation

Z. H. Khan and W. A. Khan

56478

Heat Transfer Enhancement in Triangular Fin

H.Shokouhmand, M.Moghaddami and H.Jafari

56003 Experimental Measurements and Numerical Modeling for the Air-Mist Cooling of a Heated Cylinder

Roy J. Issa, Emily M. Hunt and Freddie J. Davis

56501 The Temperature Distributions of Trapezoidal Fin under Periodic Thermal Conditions

H.Shokouhmand, N.Khabazi, S.M.Taghavi and H.Jafari

56213 Performance Comparison of Particle Swarm Optimization and Genetic Algorithm in Rolling Fin-Tube Heat Exchanger Optimization Design

W.T.Han, L.H.Tang, G.N.Xie and Q.W.Wang

56371 Phenomenon Identification and Ranking Exercise and a Review of Large-Scale Spray Modeling Technology

Alexander L. Brown, Sam S. Yoon and Richard A. Jepsen

56159 Analytic Solution of Thermal Spreading Resistance: Generalization To Arbitrary-Shape Heat Sources on a Half-Space

E. Sadeghi, M. Bahrami and N. Djilali

56241 Artificial-Neural-Networks-based Correlating Heat Transfer and Friction of Three Kinds

of Heat Exchangers having Large Tube-Diameter and Large Tube-Row

Gongnan Xie, Bengt Sunden, Linghong Tang and Qiuwang Wang

56384 Hysteresis in Spray Cooling of Micro-Structured Surfaces

Huseyin Bostanci, Daniel P. Rini, John P. Kizito and Louis C. Chow

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PARALLEL SESSIONS /4:00 – 5:30 pm

City Terrace 7

City Terrace 8

City Terrace 9

2-2-2 General Papers II

1-3-1 Heat Transfer in Nanostructure and Naoporous Materials (K-6)

Chair: Alpana Agarwal; Co-Chairs: Fotouh Al-Raqom, University of Florida Ayyoub Mehdizadeh, University of Florida; A.M. Mahmoud, University of Florida

Chair: Ab Hashemi; Co-Ch Ingrid Cotoros, Lockheed Martin air:

56441 Statistical Model of Operational Parameters Influence over the Thermal Contact Resistance on Bimetallic L-Type Finned Tubes

Ignacio Carvajal-Mariscal, Florencio Sanchez-Silva, Georgiy Polupan and Yevgen Pysmennyy

56306 Thermal Management in the Measurement of Metal Hydride Kinetics

Tyler G Voskuilen, Yuan Zheng and Timothée Pourpoint

56054 Comparison of Vacuum Glazing Thermal Performance Predicted Using Two and Three Dimensional Models and Their Experimental Validation

Yueping Fang, Trevor J. Hyde, Neil Hewitt, Philip C. Eames and Brian Norton

56311 Transient Plane Source Method for Thermal Property Measurements of Metal Hydrides

Scott Flueckiger, Yuan Zheng and Timothée Pourpoint

56279 Single Impinging Slot Jet on a Concave Surface: Inlet/Outlet Influence

L.-E. Brizzi, T.K.D. Hoang, E. Dorignac and M. Fénot

56385 Thermal Transport in Finite Sized Nanocomposites

Dhruv Singh, Jayathi Y. Murthy and Timothy S. Fisher

56323 Effects of Channel Height and Bulk Temperature Considerations on Heat Transfer Coefficient of Wetted Surfaces in a Single Inline Row Impingement Channel

Mark Ricklick, Stephanie Kersten, V. Krishnan and J. S. Kapat

56403 Atomic-Scale Three-Dimensional Phononic Crystals with a Lower Thermal Conductivity than the Einstein Limit of Bulk Silicon

Jean-Numa Gillet, Yann Chalopin and Sebastian Volz

56173 An Analysis of a Direct Contact Ice Slurry Generator

M.A.Wahed and M.N.A Hawlader

56412 Measurement of Near-Field Thermal Radiation between Two Closely-Spaced Glass Plates

Lu Hu, Arvind Narayanaswamy, Xiaoyuan Chen and Gang Chen

56369 Experimental Analysis of Backward Facing Step Flow in Microchannels using Micro Particle Imaging Velocimetry (presentation only)

Ranganathan Kumar

56450 Performance of Thermal Enhancement Materials in High Pressure Metal Hydride

Storage Systems

Timothée L Pourpoint, Aaron Sisto, Kyle C Smith, Tyler G Voskuilen, Milan K Visaria, Yuan Zheng and Timothy S Fisher

WELCOME TO THE 2008 ASME ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

This 2nd International Conference on Energy Sustainability (ES2008) is an orchestrated effort by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) to provide a prime technical forum for in-depth discussions of the sustainability of energy alternatives. This conference could not be more timely. As the world struggles with record high oil prices and clear signs of the effects of global warming, Energy Sustainability 2008 addresses these sensitive issues with technical depth and breadth. The range of relevant topics includes quantification methods of sustainability, application of sustainability indexes to energy solutions, impacts on climate, advances in energy efficiency techniques, and advances on clean and sustainable energy solutions, such as hydrogen, solar, and wind. The Conference brings together scientists, engineers, students, and faculty to address the broad topic of energy sustainability.

ES2008 is the result of joint efforts by two relevant technical divisions of the ASME, the Advanced Energy Division (AED) and the Solar Energy Division (SED), plus input from several affiliate organizations including the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (ASHRAE), the Mexican Solar Energy Society (ANES), and the Canadian Solar Energy Society. The initial ASME Energy Sustainability Conference (ES2007) was held last year in Long Beach, CA, USA, where more than 150 papers were presented. This year’s ES2008 has grown to more than 175 technical papers and posters organized in concurrent technical sessions, poster sessions, and plenary talks. A student tutorial session and a workshop on combined heat & power both complement the Conference.

ES2008 is co-located with the ASME Heat Transfer, Nano Institute, and Fluids Conferences for a magnum event of more than 1000 technical papers. Attendees to the ES2008 Conference may attend any of the participating Conferences at no additional charge.

We invite you to attend the ES2008 social events to meet your colleagues in the energy sustainability field both at Sunday evening’s Opening Reception, and at the Honors & Awards Dinner on Tuesday. We also invite you to get involved in future conferences by suggesting symposiums, sessions, authoring and/or reviewing papers, and by signing up to be a member of a technical committee or as session organizer for future conferences.

Welcome, and feel free to contact any of the below organizers to assist you in better enjoying ES2008!

Dr. Jeff Morehouse Dr. Sriram Somasundaram

General Program Chair General Program Chair

Solar Energy Division, 2007-2008 Advanced Energy Systems Division, 2007-2008

Dr. Jorge E. González Dr. Shiva Prasad

Technical Program Chair Technical Program Chair

Solar Energy Division, 2007-2008 Advanced Energy Systems Division, 2007-2008

ES2008-Track Chairs

 

Track 1 Exergy for Sustainability(Track)

Track Chair: Ibrahim Dincer, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Track 2 Emerging Energy Policy Issues(Track)

Track Chair: Sriram Somasundaram, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Track Co-Chair: Michael Webber, University of Texas at Austin

Track 4 Life-cycle Costing of Energy Systems(Track)

Track Chair: Francesca Iacobone, Università degli Studi ROMA TRE
Track Co-Chair: Giovanni Cerri, Università degli studi ROMA TRE

Track 5 Emissions, Energy & Environment(Track)

Track Chair: Michael Webber, University of Texas at Austin

Track 6 Alternatives to Carbon-Based Energy Technologies(Track)

Track Chair: Bale V. Reddy, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Track 7 Sustainable Energy Figures of Merit(Track)

Track Chair: Alexandre K. da Silva, University of Texas at Austin
Track Co-Chair: Birol Kilkis, Exergy for Global Sustainability

Track 8 Energy Systems Technologies, Analysis and Design(Track)

Track Chair: Mansour Zenouzi, Wentworth Institute of Technology
Track Co-Chair: Gregory J. Kowalski, Northeastern University

Track 9 Performance Results of Renewable Energy Systems(Track)

Track Chair: James Menart, Wright State University

Track 10 Advances in Transportation Fuels & Systems for the 21st Century(Track)

Track Chair: Roy E. Hogan, Sandia National Laboratories
Track Co-Chair: Alexander L. Brown, Sandia National Labs

Track 11 Advances in Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Energy Technologies(Track)

Track Chair: Ibrahim Dincer, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Track 12 Heat Pump Systems & Technologies(Track)

Track Chair: Abdi Zaltash, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Track Co-Chair: Hongxi Yin, Carnegie Mellon University

Track 13 Distributed & Combined cooling, Heating and Power Technologies (CHP, CCHP)(Track)

Track Chair: Abdi Zaltash, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Track Co-Chair: Hongxi Yin, Carnegie Mellon University

Track 15 Thermodynamics for Energy Systems(Track)

Track Chair: Mehmet Kanoglu, University of Gaziantep
Track Co-Chair: James Menart, Wright State University

Track 16 Fluid-thermal Sciences for Energy Systems(Track)

Track Chair: Tim Marbach, California State University Sacramento

Track 17 Energy Systems Miniaturization(Track)

Track Chair: Terry Hendricks, Battelle Memorial Institute

Track 18 Climate Control(Track)

Track Chair: Vinod Narayanan, Oregon State University

Track 20 Low/Zero Emission Power Plants(Track)

Track Chair: Bale V. Reddy, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Track 21 Zero Energy Homes(Track)

Track Chair: Andy Walker, NREL

Track 22 Advances in Solar Hydrogen, Solar Chemistry & Bioconversion(Track)

Track Chair: Christian Sattler, German Aerospace Center

Track 23 Solar Thermal and Photovoltaic Power(Track)

Track Chair: Alfonso Ortega, Villanova University
Track Co-Chair: Charles Andraka, Sandia National Laboratories

Track 24 Concentrating Solar Components and Systems(Track)

Track Chair: Charles Andraka, Sandia National Laboratories
Track Co-Chair: Carl Bingham, NREL

Track 25 Advances in Solar Heating and Cooling Systems(Track)

Track Chair: Jorge Gonzalez, Santa Clara University
Track Co-Chair: David H. Archer, Carnegie Mellon University

Track 26 Advances in Energy Storage(Track)

Track Chair: Stephen Harrison, Queen's University

Track 27 Wind Energy System Technologies and Design(Track)

Track Chair: Daniel Laird, Sandia National Laboratories
Track Co-Chair: Paul Veers, Sandia National Laboratories

Track 29 Water Desalination Systems(Track)

Track Chair: Jorge Gonzalez, Santa Clara University

Track 30 Energy and Global Climate Change(Track)

Track Chair: Robert H. Turner, University of Nevada at Reno

Track 31 Solar & Wind Resources Assessment(Track)

Track Chair: Robert H. Turner, University of Nevada at Reno

Track 32 Posters(Track)

Track Chair: James Menart, Wright State University

MONDAY August 11, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:00 am

Grand Ballroom Keynote: The Role of Nuclear Energy in Our Future
Dr. Kathryn A. McCarthy, Idaho National Laboratory

PARALLEL SESSONS / 9:00 – 10:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

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2-3 Thermal and Power Issues in Industry

4-1 Life-Cycle Costing of Energy Systems

5-1 National Assessments and Approaches to Reducing Emissions

21-1 Advances in Zero Net Energy & Solar Buildings

Chair: Sriram Somasundaram, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Chair: Marco Gazzino, ENEL S.p.A

Chair: Marco Gazzino, ENEL S.p.A

Chair: Andy Walker, NREL

54120 Utilization of Heat, Power and Recovered Waste Heat for Industrial Processes in the US Chemical Industry

Nesrin Ozalp,

54130 Net Energy for Concentrated Solar Power in Chile

Rodrigo Escobar and

Teresita Larraín

54105 Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Potential in Iranian Electricity Generation Sector and Comparison with Canada

Farshid Zabihian and Alan S. Fung

54255 Modelling of the Net Zero Energy Town House in Toronto uUsing TRNSYS, and an Analysis of the Impact Using Thermal Mass

Omar Siddiqui, Alan Fung,

Humphrey Tse and Dahai Zhang

54136 Sustainable Energy for Deployed Military Bases

Thomas J. Hartranft

54203 The Spark Spread as a Measure of Economic Viability for a Combined Heating and Power Application with Ideal Loading Conditions

Rhett D. Graves, B. K. Hodge and Louay M. Chamra

54218 Numerical Modeling of an Automotive Catalyst for CO andNO Emissions

Juan C. Prince, César Treviño and Mario Diaz

54290 Zero Energy Houses and Embodied Energy: Regulatory and Design Considerations

Patxi Hernandez and Paul Kenny

54147 Water Intensity of Transportation Fuels: Water Projections for Fuel Adoption Rates of Light Duty Vehicles

Carey King, Michael Webber and Ian Duncan

54245 Distillation Cost Calculations of Various Designs of Conventional Solar Still Systems

S.K.Shukl

54149 Cow Power: The Energy and Emissions Benefits of Converting Manure to Biogas

Amanda D. Cuéllar and

Michael E. Webber

54327 Design, Simulation and Preliminary Results of an All Electric Netzero Energy Solar Home

Ty A. Newell and Patrick L. Chapman

5431330 – Year Life Cycle Cost of Solar Based Domestic Hot Water Systems for Ontario

Gurjot S. Gill and Alan S. Fung

54225 Reducing Emissions and Improving Energy Efficiency in the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry

Harald Underbakke, Inge Brigt Gytri, Jon Jakobsen and

Stig Hove

54179 Technical Considerations in a Zero Energy Home

Dorothy S. Small

54329 Life Cycle Assessment of Hydrogen Production Using Nuclear Energy: An Application Based on Thermochemical Water Splitting

Luthfi L. Lubis, Ibrahim Dincer and Marc A. Rosen

54355 Potential of Industrial Solid Wastes as an Energy Source and Gaseous Emissions Evaluation in a Pilot Scale Burner

Silvia L. Floriani, Elaine Virmond, Christine A. Althoff,

Regina F.P.M. Moreira and

Humberto J. José

54044 Modeling and Validation of Building Thermal Performance of the 2007 Santa Clara University Solar Decathlon House 

H. Elizando, B. Lebassi and

J. E. Gonzalez

10:30 – 11:00 am Break

MONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS / 11:00 – 12:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

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6-1 Alternatives to Carbon-Based Energy Technologies

8-1 Thermoeconomic Analysis of Energy Systems

16-1 Fluid-Thermal Sciences for Energy Systems I

22-1 Solar Hydrogen I

Chair: Bale V. Reddy, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Chair: Mansour Zenouzi, Wentworth Institute of Technology; Co- Chair: Gregory J. Kowalski, Northeastern University

Chair: Tim Marbach, California State University Sacramento

Chair: Christian Sattler, DLR

54007 The Study on the Characteristics of Fly Ash from CFB

Qian Yang, Yong Tao Yuan and

Li Qiang Qi

54106 Energy and Exergy Analysis of Gasifier-Based Coal-to-Fuel Systems

Yunhua Zhu, Sriram Somasundaram and James W. Kemp

54086 An Analysis of the Heating and Heat Storage Problems in Passive Solar Heating Room with Greenhouse

Wei Chen

54151 Reactivity of Iron-Containing YSZ for a Two-Step Thermochemical Water Splitting Using Thermal Reduction Temperatures Of 1400-1500°C

Tatsuya Kodama, Eiji Hiraiwa and Nobuyuki Gokon

54177 Viable Tailored Organic Fertilizer AlternativesfFrom Waste Produced by Bio-Diesel Extraction Process and Tobacco Industry

Shivani Chaturvedi,

Geetanjali Kaushik, Arvind Chel and Santosh Satya

54220 Thermodynamic Design and Comparative Analysis Rankine, ORC, and Kalina Cycles for Low-Cost, Meso-Scale Power Generation Systems

Suzanne E. Price and J. Rhett Mayor

54129 Performance of Solid Particle Receivers with or Without the Protection of an Aerowindow

Taide Tan, Yitung Chen and

Zhuoqi Chen

54281 Solar H3 Production from a Two-Step Water Splitting Process with Metal (Fe, Ni) Doped Ceria

H. Kaneko, Y. Naganuma,

S. Taku, K. Ouchi,

N. Hasegawa and Y. Tamaura

54239 Space Based Solar Collectors Constructed from Lunar Materials

David A. Renfroe

54047 Energy Saving Studies in Industrial Facilities

Mehmet Kanoglu, Ilker Karabay and Ibrahim Dincer

54267 Energy Efficient Polymers for Gas-Liquid Heat Exchangers

Patrick Luckow, Avram Bar-Cohen, Peter Rodgers and

Juan Cevallos

54282 Simultaneous Production of H2 and O2 with Rotary-Type Solar Reactor (Tokyo Tech Model) For Solar Hybrid Fuel

Y. Tamaura, H. Kaneko,

Y. Naganuma, S. Taku,

K. Ouchi and N. Hasegawa

54146 Numerical Study of Temperature Field in BEPCII Interaction Region

Xunfeng Li, Li Wang, Lifang Zheng and Quan Ji

54170 Reactive Pellets for Improved Solar Hydrogen Production Based on Sodium Manganese Ferrite Thermochemical Cycle

Carlo Alvani, Mariangela Bellusci, Aurelio La Barbera,

Franco Padella, Marzia Pentimalli, Luca Seralessandri and Francesca Varsano

Terrace Pavilion

12:05 – 1:00 pm Lunch

Grand Ballroom 4&5

1:00 – 2:00 pmPlenary: Thirty years of Naval Propulsor Hydrodynamic Research At the

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division

Dr. Stuart Jessup, Naval Surface Warfare Center

MONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS / 2:00 – 3:30 am

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Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

Grand Ballroom 6

7-1 Building Energy Efficiency Metrics

8-5 Solar Splash

16-2 Fluid-Thermal Sciences for Energy Systems 2

24-1 Concentrating Solar Components and Systems

Chair: Alexandre K. da Silva, University of Texas at Austin

Chair: Jeffrey Morehouse

University of South Carolina

Ch Yitung Chen, University of Nevada, Las Vegas air:

Chair: Charles Andraka, Sandia National Labs

54111 Energy Saving Potentials of All Cold Air Distribution System with Stratified Air Conditioning in Large Space Building

Wei Bing, Li Li, Gao Yuefen and Yang Xianliang,

54259 Solar Splash: The ASME/IEEE Intercollegiate Solar Boat Competition -- Team Reports

Jeffrey H. Morehouse

54351 A Simplified Model of Desiccant Wheel and Implementation in a Design Tool

Fatemeh Esfandiari Nia and Dolf van Paassen

54048 The Cost of Cheap Reflectors for Concentrating Dish Systems

C.E. Andraka

54112 Indoor Environment Numerical Simulation of All Cold Air Distribution System with Stratified Air Conditioning

Wei Bing,Li Li, Jiang Lu and

Zhang Wei

54364 Team Report from the University of Arkansas

Kevin Campbell

54352 A Simplified Graphical Model of Air Cooler using Mollier Diagram and Implementation in a Design Tool

Fatemeh Esfandiari Nia and Dolf van Paassen

54101 CFD Analysis of the Cool-Down Behaviour of Molten Salt Thermal Storage Systems

Jan Schulte-Fischedick, Rainer Tamme and Ulf Herrmann

54004 Coping with the Obstacles in Harvesting the Energy of Sea Waves

S.Yedidiah

54365 Team Report from the University of South Carolina

Jon Lowder

54072 Self-Entrainment Characterisitcs and Performance of a Compact Air Ejector

Kartik V. Bulusu and Charles A. Garris Jr

54248 Design and Operational Testing of s Lightweight, Inflated Concentrating Collector

Tom Filburn, Barry Lubin and Mike Costen

54062 Effects of High Figure of Merit Bi2te3 Based Superlattices on ThermoelectricPower Generation

Christopher A. Howells,

Cynthia Watkins and

Rama Venkatasubramanian

54366 Team Report from the University of Northern Iowa

Douglas Bechthold

54153 Optimal Minimum Airflow for Air Circulation of Single Duct VAV Terminal Boxes

Young-Hum Cho and Mingsheng Liu

54258 Low-Cost Pyrometric Temperature Measurement in Concentrated Sunlight with Emissivity Determination

Nathan B. Crane

54347 Solar Concentrating Systems Using Small Mirror Arrays

Joachim Goettsche, Bernhard Hoffschmidt, Stefan Schmitz, Markus Sauerborn, Reiner Buck,

Kathrin Badstübner, David Ifland and Christian Rebholz

3:30 – 4:00 pm Break

MONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS / 4:00 – 5:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

Grand Ballroom 6

9-1 Performance Results of Renewable Energy Systems

Chair: James Menart, Wright State University

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54030 Performance Evaluation of Concentrating Solar Cooker under Indian Climatic Conditions

S.K.Shukla, S. K. Gupta and S.K.Sharma

54262 Assessment of a Biomass Gasification Co-Generation Plant Based on the UCS’S “Principles for Bioenergy Development”

Jeffrey H. Morehouse and Kenneth W. Detwiler

54284 Analysis of a Combined Power and Refrigeration Cycle Working on Solar Energy

Bijan Kumar Mandal, Kousik Sadhukhan and Achin Kumar Chowdhuri

54335 An Estimation of the Performance Limits of Dry Cooling on Trough-Type Solar Thermal Plants

Huifang Deng and Robert F Boehm

6:00-7:30

Grand Ballroom 4 and 5Max Jacob Memorial Award

TUESDAY August 12, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:00 am

Grand Ballroom Plenary: The Carbon Journey – The Nation’s Need to Reduce Emissions and

Increase Energy Security

J. Michael Davis, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

PARALLEL SESSONS / 9:00 – 10:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

Grand Ballroom 6

City Terrace 10

22-2 Solar Hydrogen II

23-3 Solar Thermal Power Systems

1-1 Exergy Analysis

2-1 Electrical Power Sector Issues

8-2 Energy Systems Analysis and Design

Chair Christian Sattler, DLR

Chair: Alfonso Ortega, Villanova University

Chair: Ibrahim Dincer, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Chair: Michael Webber, University of Texas at Austin

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hair: Gregory J. Kowalski, Northeastern University; Co-Chair: Mansour Zenouzi, Wentworth Institute of Technology

54090 Design and On-Sun Testing of a Solid Particle Receiver Prototype

Nathan Siegel and Greg Kolb

54354 Solar Thermal Electric Panel (STEP): Thermal and Energy Testing

Joel A. Lamson and Stuart W. Baur

54033 Energetic and Exergetic Analysis of Building Cogeneration Systems

Yilmaz Yoru, T. Hikmet Karakoc, Arif Hepbasli and Enis T. Turgut

54148 An Assessment and Comparison of Installed Solar and Wind Capacity in Texas:

a Regional Case Study

Erin Keys and Michael E. Webber

54140 Spreading an Integrated Design Process to Improve Residential Energy Efficiency

Matthew L. Hoffman

54098 Design of a Quench Device for Synthesis and Hydrolysis of Zn Nanoparticles:

Modeling and Experiments

Aiman Alshare, Tareq Abu Hamed, Marc Brülhart and Jane H. Davidson

54176 Heat Conduction of Inert Gas-Hydrogen Mixtures in Parabolic Trough Receivers

Frank Burkholder, Michael Brandemuehl, Chuck Kutscher and Ed Wolfrum

54159 Energy and Exergy Analysis of a Double Effect Series Flow and Parallel Flow Type Absorption Cooling System

M. Zeki Yilmazoğlu and Ali Durmaz

54169 Empirical Assessment of the Impact of Power Sector Reforms in Africa: A Study of the Generation, Transmission and Distribution Sectors

William Kwasi Gboney

54269 The Energy Needs and Opportunities at Publicly Owned Wastewater Treatment Plants in the US

David C. Hoppock and Michael E. Webber

54156 Kinetics of CO2 Reforming of Methane by Catalytically-Activated Metallic Foam Absorber for Solar Receiver-Reactor

Nobuyuki Gokon, Yusuke Osawa, Daisuke Nakazawa, Tsuyoshi Hatamachi and Tatsuya Kodama

54339 Modeling, Simulation and Optimization of a Solar System for Water Heating and Absorption Cooling

J. V. C. Vargas, J. C. Ordonez, R. Hovsapian and F. G. Dias

54346 Exergy Analysis of dn Indirectly-Fired Combined Cycle Power Generation System

Kin F. Chui, Nirmal V. Gnanapragasam, Bale V. Reddy and Ramesh C. Prasad

54205 Impact of Adopting the Time-of-Use Rate Plans on the Electricity Cost in the Canadian Residential Sector

Ali M. Syed and Alan S. Fung

54221 Urban Building Energy Planning with Space Distribution and Time Dynamic Simulation

Lin Fu, Zhonghai Zheng, Hongfa Di and Yi Jiang

54296 Turning CO2 Capture on and off in Response to Electric Grid Demand: A Baseline Analysis of Emissions and Economics

Stuart M. Cohen and Gary T. Rochelle

54272 Development of a Program in Innovative and Sustainable Design of Automotive and Building Technologies

Derrick Tate, Timothy Maxwell, Urs Peter Flueckiger, Kuhn Park and Michael Parten

54155 Cost Competitive Implementation of Community Shared Microgrids

James S. Hammonds Jr

10:30 – 11:00 pm Break

TUESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS /11:00 – 12:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

Grand Ballroom 5

Grand Ballroom 6

22-3 Solar Hydrogen III

29-1 Water Desalination Systems

1-3 Exergy and Sustainable Development

8-3 Power Plant and Thermodynamic Cycle Analysis

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3-1 Design/Development of Integrated Energy Systems (IES)

Chair: Christian Sattler, DLR

Chair: Jorge E. González, Santa Clara University

Chair: Ibrahim Dincer, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Chair: Mansour Zenouzi, Wentworth Institute of Technology; Co-Chair: Alexandre K. da Silva, University of Texas at Austin

Chair: Abdi Zaltash, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Co-Chair: Hongxi Yin, Carnegie Mellon University

54085 Effect of Operation Conditions on Hydrogen Production by PSB in Immobilized-cells Packed Bed

Y. Z. Wang, Q. Liao and X. Zhu

54075 Solar Flash Desalination under Hydrostatically Sustained Vacuum

Mohammad Abutayeh and Yogi Goswami

54063 Piezoelectric Energy Conversion Using Locomotion

Christopher A. Howells

54040 CBM Liquefaction Processes Integrated with Adsorption Separation of Nitrogen

Ting Gao, Wensheng Lin, Anzhong Gu and Min Gu

54131 Biodiesel Fueled Engine Generator with Heat Recovery

Fred Betz, David Archer, Christopher Damm and Brian Goodwin

54118 Experimental Investigation of a Packed-Bed Solar Reactor for the Steam-Gasification of Carbonaceous Materials

Nicolas Piatkowski, Christian Wieckert and Aldo Steinfeld

54162 Conversion of Seawater to Fresh Water: An Experiment with a Solar Assisted Heat Pump

M N A Hawlader and Zakaria Mohd. Amin

54089 Designing Environmentally Sustainable Electronic Cooling Systems Using Exergo-Thermo-Volumes

Amip J. Shah and Chandrakant D. Patel

54121 Energy Process-Step Model of Hydrogen Production in the US Chemical Industry

Nesrin Ozalp

54190 Integration of the Active Desiccant Wheel in CHP System Design

Chaoqin Zhai, David H. Archer and John C. Fischer

54202 A Solar Powered Microreactor for Hydrogen Production by Methanol Reforming

Raúl Zimmerman, Graham Morrison and Gary Rosengarten

54253 Experimental and Theoretical Investigations of Performance of Multi-Stage Solar Still Water Desalination Unit Coupled with an Evacuated Tube Solar Collector

M.I.M. Shatat, K. Mahkamov and K. Johnson

54104 Integrated Energy Strategy – A Case for Sustainability

Raymond Hobbs

54276 Simulation of a Thermodynamic Cycle with Organic Absorbents and CO2 as Working Fluids Huijuan Chen

54042 Distributed Combined Cooling Heating and Power System and Its Development Situation in China

Jiang-Jiang Wang, You-Yin Jing, Chun-Fa Zhang and Bin Zhang

54093 Kinetic Investigations of a Two-Step Thermochemical Water –Splitting Cycle Using Mixed Iron Oxides Fixed on Ceramic Substrates

Martina Neises, Martin Roeb, Christian Sattler and Robert Pitz-Paal

54181 Lifetime Exergy Consumption as a Sustainability Metric for Enterprise Servers

Christopher R. Hannemann, Van P. Carey, Amip J. Shah and Chandrakant Patel

54196 CSULA Campus Energy Assessment Project

Ricson Chude, Hugo Gil, Jaime Hernandez, Brian Choi, Daniel Jarrous, Ryan Reyes, Heather Rudow and

Sonu Upadhyay

54113 Development Prospects of Distributed Energy System in China

Guohua Shi, Songling Wang, Youyin Jing and Yuefen Gao

54241 Comparing the Eco-Footprint of On-Site CHP vs. EPGS Systems

Milton Meckler, Lucas B. Hyman and Kyle A. Landis

54252 Study of Optimal Retrofit Design for BCHP System Equipped with Gas-Fired Absorption Chillers

Jiacong Cao and Cheng Liu

Terrace Pavilion

12:05 – 1:00 pm Lunch

Grand Ballroom 4&5

1:00 – 2:00Plenary: Energy for Sustainability

Trung Van Nguyen, National Science Foundation

Orlando

1:00 – 2:00 Plenary: Energy Research: Opportunities and Challenges

Mildred Dresselhaus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

TUESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS / 2:00 – 3:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 6

25-1 Advances in Solar Cooling

10-2 Performance and Optimization of Hybrid Vehicles

13-2 Innovative Integrated Energy Systems (IES)

Chair: David H. Archer, Carnegie Mellon University

Chair: Alexander L. Brown, Sandia National Labs; Co-Chair: Lyle Pickett, Sandia National Laboratories

Chair: Abdi Zaltash, Oak Ridge National Co-Chair: Hongxi Yin, Carnegie Mellon University Laboratory;

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54102 Simulation and Experimental Analysis of a Solar Driven Absorption Chiller with Partially Wetted Evaporator

Jan Albers, Giovanni Nurzia and Felix Ziegler

54025 Design Principles of a Four Bar Crank Continuously Variable Transmission

W. Allan Yates

54071 Predicted Performance of an Integrated Solar Thermal and Photovoltaic System with Hybrid Turbine-Fuel Cell Cogeneration System

Gregory J. Kowalski and Mansour Zenouzi

54127 Combined Solar Heating and Cooling Systems: Simulation and Design Optimization

Giovanni Nurzia, Giuseppe Franchini and Antonio Perdichizzi

54076 Analysis of Power Distribution and Sensitivity for the Power Synthesizer of Hybrid Electric Vehicle

Chunguo Zhou, Hongzhao Liu and Yahui Cui

54095 Dynamic Modeling of a Novel Cooling, Heat, Power, and Water Microturbine Combined Cycle

ChoonJae Ryu, Aditya Srinivasan, David R. Tiffany, John F. Crittenden, William E. Lear and S.A. Sherif

54141 Performance Value Index of the Solar Air-Conditioning System—PVI

Yuefen Gao, Xutao Zhang and Guohua Shi

54238 A Fuels Cost Comparison of Gasoline and Electric Powered Vehicles

George Ford and Paul Yanik

54314 Operating Experience with w 240 KW Microturbine Combined Heating, Cooling and Power System

Hannu E. Jääskeläinen and James S. Wallace

54200 Experiment Based Performance Analysis of a Solar Absorption Cooling and Heating System in the Intelligent Workplace

Ming Qu, David H. Archer and Hongxi Yin

54286 Diesel Replacement Model for Dual Diesel-Natural Gas Engines under Urban Traffic Operation

Fabio A. Bermejo and Lesme A. Corredor

54017 Energy Consumption and Technical Potential of Energy Saving in a Hospital

S. Okamoto

54260 Efficiency Enhancement Using Cold Storage for Solar Powered Absorption Cooling of Data Centers

Russell Muren and Van P. Carey

54308 Hybrid Electric Vehicle Fueled with E85 and Hydrogen

Neil McLemore, Matthew Harrison, Micheal Parten, Jeff David, Alan Falls and Timothy Maxwell

54157 The Performance Improvement of a 70kWe Natural Gas CHP System

Lin Fu, Xiling Zhao, Shigang Zhang, Yi Jiang, Zuoliang Sun and Hui Li

54326 Cost Optimization of d Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle

Sam Golbuff, Elizabeth D. Kelly and Samuel V. Shelton

3:30 – 4:00 pm Break

TUESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS / 4:00 – 5:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

Grand Ballroom 6

25-2 Advances in Low Temperature Solar Heating Applications

11-1 Hydrogen Energy Systems and Applications

10-1 Development and Production of Alternative Fuels

12-1 Emerging Technology Application

Chair: Eduardo Rincon, Autonomous University of Mexico City

Chair: Ibrahim Dincer, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Chair: Nathan Siegel, Sandia National Laboratories

Chair: Abdi Zaltash, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Co-Chair: Hongxi Yin, Carnegie Mellon University

54053 Design of Regenerative Rechargeable Solar Stove System

Abera Melesse Ayalneh and A. Venkata Ramayya

54031 Tank Design for on-Board Hydrogen Storage in Metal Hydrides

Karelle Couturier, Farida Joppich, Antje Wörner and Rainer Tamme

54189 Demonstrating the Use of High-Blend Ethanol (E85) in Snowmobiles

Gregory W. Davis

54274 Frictional and Internal Leakage Losses in Rotary-Vane Two-Phase Refrigerating Expanders

A.M. Mahmoud, S.A. Sherif and W.E. Lear

54097 What Is the Best Solution to Improve Thermal Performance of Storage Tanks with Immersed Heat Exchangers: Baffles or a Divided Tank?

Aaron D. Wade, Jane H. Davidson and Julia F. Haltiwanger

54171 Experimental Study on Sulfur Trioxide Decomposition in a Volumetric Solar Receiver-Reactor

Adam Noglik, Martin Roeb, Christian Sattler and Robert Pitz-Paal

54215 Conversion of Wet Ethanol to Syngas and Hydrogen

Colin H. Smith, Daniel M. Leahey, Liane E. Miller, Janet L. Ellzey and Michael E. Webber

54232 Computation of Air Flow in CMU’s Intelligent Workplace and Its Effect on Occupant Health and Comfort

Rong Li, Yongjie Zhang and David Archer

54246 Experimental and Numerical Study of Mixing in a Horizontal Hot-Water Storage Tank

A. Aviv, S. Morad, Y. Ratzon, G. Ziskind and R. Letan

54206 Economic Analysis of a Nuclear Reactor Powered High-Temperature Electrolysis Hydrogen Production Plant

E. A. Harvego, M. G. McKellar, M. S. Sohal, J. E. O’Brien and J. S. Herring

54227 Effect of Biodiesel-Ethanol Blended Fuel Spray Characteristics on the Reduction of Exhaust Emissions in a Common-Rail Diesel Engine

Seung Hyun Yoon, Su Han Park, Hyun Kyu Suh and Chang Sik Lee

54345 Research on Different Domestic Energy Consumption Patterns Based on Heat Pump and Their Exergy Analysis

Shuang Lu and Jingyi Wu

54285 A Domestic Solar/Heat Pump Heating System Incorporating Latent and Stratified Thermal Storage

Christoph Trinkl, Wilfried Zörner and Vic Hanby

54283 Performance and Emission Characteristics of Bio-Diesel as an Alternative Diesel Engine Fuel

Bijan Kumar Mandal, Samiddha Palit and Sudip Ghosh

54223

Application of an Exhaust Heat Recovery System for Domestic Hot Water

Liu Lanbin, Fu Lin and Jiang Yi

54328 Ammonia as a Green Fuel for Transportation

Calin Zamfirescu and Ibrahim Dincer

WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:00 am

Grand Ballroom Keynote:

PARALLEL SESSONS / 9:00 – 10:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

Grand Ballroom 6

23-1Solar Photovoltaic and Hybrid Systems

2-2 Intellectual Property and Related Policy Issues

12-2 Modeling/Diagnostics in Heat Pump/Chiller Technologies

20-1 Low/Zero Emission Power Plants

Chair: Alfonso Ortega, Villanova University

Chair: Sriram Somasundaram, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Chair: Abdi Zaltash, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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54124 Performance of a Small Network of Grid Interactive, Residential Solar Photo-Voltaic Systems

Joseph M. Prusa, John D. Morris and John D. Morris II

54247 Successfully Eliminating the Barriers to Commercial-Scale Solar Photovoltaic Power

Stephen A Goodbody

54002 Comparison of Two Model Based Automated Fault Detection and Diagnosis Methods for

Centrifugal Chillers

Agami Reddy

54050 A Transcritical CO2 Rankine Cycle with LNG Cold Energy Utilization and Liquefaction of CO2 in Gas Turbine Emission

Meibin Huang, Wensheng Lin, Hongming He and Anzhong Gu

54122 Electricity Generation from a Compound Parabolic Concentrator Coupled to a Thermoelectric Module

Chigbo A. Mgbemene

54306 Fencing in Green - Intellectual Property Protection of Developments in Sustainability and Energy Efficient Systems

Robert E. Cannuscio

54027 Automated Fault Detection and Diagnosis for HVAC&R Systems: Functional Description and Lessons Learnt

T. Agami Reddy

54073 Study on the Experiments of Flue Gas Denitrification and Desulfurization Using Nitric Acid Solution

Bao-Min Sun, Shui-E Yin and Zhong-Li Wang

54134 Evaluation of Solar Electric Power Technologies in Jordan Using Fuzzy Logic

Omar Badrana and Emad Abdulhadia

54361 Evolution of the Transition to a World Driven By Renewable Energy

Brian M. Fronk, Richard Neal and Srinivas Garimella

54186 The Development of a Model for a Solar-Fired, Single-Effect, Absorption Chiller

Kevin E. Hinderliter, Isaac Y. Mahderekal and Robert F. Boehm

54114 Study on Treated Wastewater from Power Plant as Circulating Supplementary Water

Songtao Liu, Xiaokun Zheng, Guohua Shi and Xutao Zhang

54016 Solar Nantenna Electromagnetic Collectors

Dale K. Kotter, Steven D. Novack, W. Dennis Slafer and Patrick Pinhero

54209 The Heat Transfer Characteristics of a 16 KW Steam Driven Double Effect Absorption Chiller

Hongxi Yin and David H. Archer

10:30 – 11:00 pm Break

WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS /11:00 – 12:30 am

Grand Ballroom 4

Grand Ballroom 5

Grand Ballroom 6

St Johns

26-1 Advances in Energy Storage

8-4 Energy Systems and the Environment

12-3 Innovative Heat Pump/Chiller Technologies

Poster Session

Chair: Stephen Harrison, Queens University

Chair: Mansour Zenouzi, Wentworth Institute of Technology; Co-Chair: J.Rhett Mayor, Georgia Institute of Technology

Chair: Abdi Zaltash, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Co-Chair: Hongxi Yin, Carnegie Mellon University

Chair: James Menart, Wright State University

54043 Analyisis and Design of a Paraffin/Graphite Composite PCM Integrated in a Thermal Storage Unit

R. Pokhrel, J.E. González, T. Hight and T. Adalsteinsson

54041 An Integrated Evaluation Method for Energy Supply System

Chun-Fa Zhang, Jiang-Jiang Wang, You-Yin Jing and Xu-Tao Zhang

54110 Design and Performance Evaluation of Gas Engine Driven Heat Pump (GHP)

Isaac Y. MahderekalRobert G. Gayloard, Tommis Young and Kevin Hinderliter

54010 Status and Issues of Hydrogen Energy R&D in Korea

Moon-Sun Chung and Jong-Won Kim

54018 Fast Pyrolysis of Safflower Seed in the Presence of Catalyst

Özlem Onay and Ö.Mete Koçkar

54174 Molten Nitrate Salt Development for Thermal Energy Storage in Parabolic Trough

Solar Power Systems

Robert W. Bradshaw and Nathan P. Siegel

54103 Synergization of Clean Energy Utilization, Clean Technology Development and Controlled Clean Environment through Thermally Activated Desiccant Cooling System

Napoleon Enteria, Hiroshi Yoshino, Akashi Mochida, Rie Takaki, Akira Satake, Ryuichiro Yoshie, Teruaki Mitamura and Seizo Baba

54125 Performance of a Constrained Microscale Film Bubble Absorber under System Operating Conditions

Ruander Cardenas, Jeromy Jenks, Myeong Chan Jo and Vinod Narayanan

54099 Catalytic Pyrolysis of Biomass in Steam Atmosphere: Yields and Characterization of the Products

Funda Ates, Ayse Eren Putun and Ersan Putun

54230

Renewable Energy for Federal Land Management Agencies in Southern Nevada

Todd France, Eric Wiemers, Yahia Baghzou, Stephen E. Butterworth and Robert F. Boehm

54191 Motion Energy Harvesting Using Catch-And-Release Mechanism

Brian S. Hendrickson and Stuart B. Brown

54039 Trends in COP for Adsorption Cooling Cycles with Thermal Regeneration and Finite Number of Beds

Derek K. Baker and Bilgin Kaftanoğlu

54271

Simulation, Analysis and Systems Engineering of a Hybrid-Electric Race Car

Darris L. White, J. E. McKisson, William C. Barott, Craig Czlapinski, Michael Kuss and Vincent Sabatini

54312 Demonstration of an Energy Meter Using a Pump Flow Station

Gang Wang, Mingsheng Liu and David Claridge

54279 Parametric Estimation of Heat and Water Management Strategy Preventing Condensed Water Formation in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells

Hye-Mi Jung, Kwan-Soo Lee and Sukkee Um

54295 A More Direct and Cost Effective Use of Wind Power for Buildings in Cold Climates

Mark Pederson

54325 Modeling of Ultra Superheated Steam Gasification in Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Power Plant with Carbon Dioxide Capture

Peng Pei and Manohar Kulkarni

54362 A High Standard Isolated Insolated Photovoltaic Egyptian Safari Rest Red Sea Area

Faten H. Fahmy

12:30 – 2:00

Terrace Pavilion Lunch

WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS / 2:00 – 3:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

SED Student Session

11-2 Fuel Cells and Fuel Cell Systems

13-3 Performance/Modeling of CHP Systems

Chairs: Charles Andraka, Sandia National Labs, and Allison Gray, NREL

Chair: Ibrahim Dincer, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Chair: Abdi Zaltash, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Co-Chair: Hongxi Yin, Carnegie Mellon University

54197 CFD Modeling of PEM Fuel Cell’s Flow Channels

Maria Grazia De Giorgi and Antonio Ficarella

54096 Operation of a CCHP System Using an Optimal Energy Dispatch Algorithm

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54303 Flow Distribution in the External Manifold of SOFC Stack

Zuopeng Qu, PV Aravind, Adrian Verkooijen and Nico Dekker

54256 Cogeneration System Performance Modeling

Flore Marion, Sophie Masson, Fred Betz and David Archer

54207 Pre-reformer Design and Optimization for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Tae Seok Lee and Jacob N. Chung

54087 Application of Entropy Method in Fuzzy Synthetic Evaluation for Micro-Turbine Performance

Guohua Shi, Youyin Jing, Songling Wang and Yuefen Gao

54080 Optimization for Heating System Schemes Based on GRA Method

Wei Bing and Li Li

54160 The Steady and Dynamic Performance of an Innovative Natural Gas CHP System

Lin Fu, Xiling Zhao, Shigang Zhang, Yi Jiang, Hui Li and Zuoliang Sun

3:30 – 4:00 pm Break

WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS / 4:00 – 5:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

SED Student Session

15-1 Thermodynamic Analysis of Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Energy Systems

Chairs: Charles Andraka, Sandia National Labs, and Allison Gray, NREL

Chair: Mehmet Kanoglu, University of Gaziantep; Co-Chair: James Menart, Wright State University

54240 Analysis of Thermodynamics of Two-Step Solar Water Splitting

Martin Roeb, Nils Gathmann, Martina Neises, Christian Sattler and Robert Pitz-Paal

54287 Thermodynamic Modeling of an Integrated DIR-SOFC/BIOMASS Gasification System

C. Ozgur Colpan, Ibrahim Dincer and Feridun Hamdullahpur

54336 Thermodynamic Performance of a Gas Turbine Plant Combined with a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell

Yousef Haseli, Ibrahim Dincer and Greg F. Naterer

54342 Determination of Some Thermodynamic Parameters for a Hybrid Solar-Hydrogen System

Ahmet Yilanci, Ibrahim Dincer and Harun Kemal Ozturk

THURSDAY August 14, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author’s Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

PARALLEL SESSONS / 9:00 – 10:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

23-2 Thermal Systems for Power Generation

17-1 Microscale Energy Conversion Systems

15-2 Thermodynamic Analysis of Advanced Energy Systems

Chair:Alfonso Ortega, Villanova University

Chair: Deborah Pence, Oregon State University; Co-Chair: Terry Hendricks, Battelle Memorial Institute

Chair: James Menart, Wright State University; Co-Chair: Mehmet Kanoglu, University of Gaziantep

54216 Design of a 200 KWe Solar Thermal Power Plant for Ontario

Thomas A. Cooper and James S. Wallace

54244 Microtechnology – A Key to System Miniaturization in Advanced Energy Recovery & Conversion Systems

Terry J. Hendricks

54340 Thermodynamic Performance of a Photovoltaic System

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54261 A Thermodynamic Similarity Framework for Assessment of Working Fluids for Solar Rankine Power Generation

Deborah A. Sunter and Van P. Carey

54266 A Micro Heat Engine Executing an Internal Carnot Cycle

Eli Lurie and Abraham Kribus

54344 Thermodynamic Analysis of a Novel Ammonia-Water Rankine Cycle

Calin Zamfirescu and Ibrahim Dincer

54067 Spacing Analysis of an Inclined Solar Collector Field

S. B. Sadineni, R. F. Boehm and R. Hurt

54277 The DSMC-IP Simulation of Microchannel Cross Flow over a Staggered Array of Square Cylinders

U. Kursun and J. S. Kapat

54036 Second Law Analysis of Evaporator for Organic Rankine Cycle System

Wei Gu and Yiwu Weng

54307 Modeling Solar Impacts on Hydrogen Production from Electrolysis

Mark R. Campbell, Sachin S. Deshmukh, Robert F. Boehm and Rick Hurt

10:30 – 11:00 pm Break

THURSDAY August 14, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS /11:00 – 12:30 am

Grand Ballroom 1

Grand Ballroom 2

Grand Ballroom 3

31-1 Solar & Wind Resources Assessment

18-1 Climate Control

20-2 Low/Zero Emission Power Plants

Chairs: Robert Turner and Daniel Laird, Sandia National Labs

Chair: Vinod Narayanan, Oregon State University

Chair: Bale V. Reddy, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

54128 Solar Energy Resource Assesment for Chile

Rodrigo Escobar, Alberto Ortega and Sergio Colle

54081 Numerical Simulation of Indoor Air Flow in Capillary Plane HVAC Terminal System

Wei Bing, Li Li, Jiang Lu and Zhang Wei

54166 CO2 Emission Abatement in CC-IGCC Power Plants: Energy and Economic Comparisons

Marco Gambini and Michela Vellini

54301 Offshore Wind Shear Estimations for Wind Power Assesment

Susan W. Stewart

54082 Numerical Calculation on Heat Transfer Performance of the Capillary Plane HVAC Terminal System

Wei Bing, Li Li, Zhang Shuping and Jiang Lu

54187 Immobilization of Calcium Oxide Absorbent on s Fibrous Alumina Mat for High

Temperature Carbon Dioixde Capture

Man Su Lee, D. Yogi Goswami, Nikhil Kothurkar and Elias K. Stefanakos

54257 Measurement of Solar Radiation for Renewable Energy Systems

Andrea Padovan and Davide Del Col

54154 Optimal Terminal Box Control Algorithms for Single Duct Air Handling Units

Young-Hum Cho, Mingsheng Liu and Yuebin Yu

54268 Pressurised Oxy-Coal Combustion Rankine-Cycle for Future Zero Emission Power Plants: Process Design and Energy Analysis

Marco Gazzino and Giancarlo Benelli

54194 Development of a Wind Tunnel Test Apparatus for Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine Rotor Testing

Michael McWilliam and David A. Johnson

54185 Performance Modeling of Desiccant Wheels (1): Model Development

Chaoqin Zhai, David H. Archer and John C. Fischer

54292 Advanced Control of Indoor Thermal Environments Using Fan Coil Units

Viraj Srivastavaand David Archer

FLUIDS ENGINEERING SYMPOSIA/FORA COORIDINATORS

8th International Symposium on Numerical Methods for Multiphase Flows(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Malcolm Andrews, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Francine Battaglia, Virginia Tech
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Arturo Fernandez, CUA

43rd Forum on Cavitation and Multiphase Flows(Forum)

Symposium Coordinator: William Straka, Penn State University Applied Research Lab
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Mohamed Farhat

3rd Forum on Biological Flows(Forum)

Symposium Coordinator: Kausik Sarkar, University of Delaware
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Arturo Fernandez, CUA

Open Forum on Multiphase Flows: Work in Progress(Forum)

Symposium Coordinator: Malcolm Andrews, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Forum Co-Coordinator: Dimitris E. Nikitopoulos, Louisiana State University
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Farzaneh Jebrail

Forum on Advances in Fluids Engineering Education(Forum)

Forum Coordinator: Ray Taghavi, University of Kansas
Forum Co-Coordinator: Ganesh Raman

7th Symposium on Transport Phenomena in Manufacturing Processes(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Dennis A. Siginer, Wichita State University
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Sayavur Bakhtiyarov

4th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Khaled J. Hammad, Dantec Dynamics
Symposium Co-Coordinator: David Davis, Aerojet
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Pavlos Vlachos, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Ivana Milanovic, University of Hartford
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Barton Smith

Symposium Co-Coordinator: Karman Ghia

Symposium Co-Coordinator: Francine Battaglia, Virginia Tech
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Wei-Jen Su, US Army ARDEC

2nd International Symposium on Flow Applications in Aerospace(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Javid Bayandor, Royal Melbourne Inst. of Tech.
Symposium Co-Coordinator: David Davis, Aerojet
Location: Sacramento , CA , United States
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Jason Tyll, ATK GASL

3rd Symposium on Flow Manipulation and Active Control(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Hassan Peerhossaini, Laboratoire de Thermocinétique (CNRS)
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Mihir Sen, University of Notre Dame

Symposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Khaled J. Hammad, Dantec Dynamics
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Ivana Milanovic, University of Hartford
Symposium Co-Coordinator: George Papadopoulos, ATK GASL
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Theodore J. Heindel, Iowa State University
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Chao-Hsin Lin, The Boeing Company

8th International Symposium on Fluid Power(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Javid Bayandor, Royal Melbourne Inst. of Tech.
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Sylvester Abanteriba

Symposium Co-Coordinator: Adiel Guinzburg, The Boeing Company

Symposium on Transport Phenomena in Energy Conversion from Clean and Sustainable Resources(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Khaled J. Hammad, Dantec Dynamics
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Jianhu Nie, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Chaouki Ghenai, Florida Atlantic University
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Isam Janajreh, MIT
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Yassin A. Hassan, Texas A&M University

8th Symposium on Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Mick Brzoska, Eastern Washington University
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Yassin A. Hassan, Texas A&M University
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Hisashi Ninokata, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Jay M. Khodadadi, Auburn University
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Xia Wang, Oakland University

Symposium on DNS, LES and Hybrid RANS/LES Methods(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Miguel Visbal, Air Force Research Laboratory
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Subrata Roy, University of Florida
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Karman Ghia

3rd Symposium on Uncertainty in Large-Eddy Simulations (LES)(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Stephen A. Jordan, Naval Undersea Warfare Center
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Ismail B. Celik, Prof., Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, WVU
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Peter A. Chang

9th International Symposium on Fluid-Structure Interaction and Flow-Induced Noise in Industrial Applications(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Subrata Roy, University of Florida
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Raymond Gordnier, Air Force Research Laboratory AFRL/RBAC
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Miguel Visbal, Air Force Research Laboratory
Symposium Co-Coordinator: D. R. Reddy

Panel on Algorithmic Development in CFD(Panel)

Symposium Coordinator: Subrata Roy, University of Florida
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Datta V. Gaitonde

Symposium Co-Coordinator: Miguel Visbal, Air Force Research Laboratory
Symposium Co-Coordinator: D. R. Reddy

Forum on Automotive Flows(Forum)

Symposium Coordinator: Bahram Khalighi

Symposium Co-Coordinator: David Halt, Visteon Corp
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Kumar Rohatgi

11th International Symposium on Advances in Numerical Modeling of Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics in Turbomachinery(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Yu-Tai Lee, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Div
Symposium Co-Coordinator: chunill hah, NASA/Glenn
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Akira Goto, Ebara Research Co., Ltd.
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Keith Walters, Mississippi State University
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Ashvin Hosangadi

20th Forum on Fluid Machinery(Forum)

Forum Coordinator: Jinkook Lee, Eaton Corporation
Forum Co-Coordinator: Awatef Hamed

Forum Co-Coordinator: ShinHyoung Kang

Forum Co-Coordinator: Yu-Tai Lee, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Div

5th Symposium on Industrial Application of Swirling Flows(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Ashvin Hosangadi

Forum on Fluid Measurements and Instrumentation(Forum)

Forum Coordinator: Joel Park, Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division
Forum Co-Coordinator: Judith Bamberger, Battelle at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Symposium on Non-Invasive Measurements in Single and Multiphase Flows(Symposium)

Symposium Coordinator: Bahram Khalighi

Symposium Co-Coordinator: Judith Bamberger, Battelle at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Symposium Co-Coordinator: Yassin A. Hassan, Texas A&M University

ASME 2009 Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting

/FEDSM09/

August 2-5, 2009

Vail Cascade Resort and Spa

1300 Westhaven Drive, Vail, Colorado 81657-3890 USA

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CALL FOR PAPERS

You are cordially invited to participate in the ASME 2009 Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting (FEDSM2009) on August 2-5, 2009, at the Vail Cascade Resort and Spa in Colorado. The scenery in the Colorado Rocky Mountains is quite spectacular, and the location is readily accessible from Denver International Airport. The program will include technical paper sessions on current and relevant topics in fluid mechanics, committee meetings, seminars, and social events. Please make plans to attend and to submit papers for the following symposia and fora. Deadlines and other details will be posted on the web page.

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  • Pumping Machinery

  • Non-Invasive Measurements in Single and Multiphase Flows

  • Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics

  • Cavitation Inception

  • Liquid-Solid Flows

  • Gas-Particle Flows

  • Flow Manipulation and Active Control

  • Flow Applications in Aerospace

  • Fluid Power

  • Transport Phenomena in Mixing

  • Transport Phenomena in Manufacturing Processes

  • Transport Phenomena in Energy Conversion from Clean and Sustainable Resources

  • Fluid Structure Interaction and Flow-Induced Noise

  • Numerical Modeling in Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics in Turbomachinery

  • Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

  • Algorithmic Developments in CFD

  • DNS, LES, and Hybrid LES/RANS Methods

  • Numerical Methods in Multiphase Flows

  • Micro-Fluidics

  • Fluid Measurements and Instrumentation

  • Cavitation and Multiphase Flows

  • Advances in Fluids Engineering Education

  • Automotive Flows

  • Fluid Machinery

Biological Flows

For additional information, please contact:

Dr. Joel T. Park

Naval Surface Warfare Center

joel.park@navy.mil

Conference Chair

Ms. Erin Dolan

ASME Headquarters

DolanE@

ASME Conference Manager

MONDAY August 11, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:00 am

Grand Ballroom Plenary: The Role of Nuclear Energy in Our Future
Dr. Kathryn A. McCarthy, Idaho National Laboratory

PARALLEL SESSONS / 9:00 – 10:30 am

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

8th International Symposium on Fluid Power

20th Forum on Fluid Machinery

8th Symposium on Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics

9th International Symposium on Fluid-Structure Interaction and Flow-Induced Noise in Industrial Applications

12-1: Flow Physics

21-1: Forum on Fluid Machinery - I

14-1: Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics - I

Session 17-1: Fluid-Structure Interaction and Flow-Induced Noise - I

Chair: Javid Bayandor, Royal Melbourne Inst. of Tech.; Co-Chairs: Sylvester Abanteriba and Adiel Guinzburg, Boeing

Chair:Jinkook Lee, Eaton Corp.; Co-Chair: KwangYong Kim, Inha University

Chair: Xia Wang, Oakland University; Co-Chair: Jay M. Khodadadi, Auburn University

Chair: Raymond Gordnier, Air Forces Research Lab; Co-Chair, Subrata Roy, University of Florida

55326 Renewable Energy System with Wind Turbines

Ryo S. Amano, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

55098 The Effect of Casing Shape on Performance of Sirocco Fan Using Contra-Rotating Rotors

Junichiro Fukutomi, Toru Shigemitsu and Yutarou Shirai,

55009 Simulation of AirflowaAnd Fuel Spray through an Axial Swirler for Gas Turbine Applications

Joshua E. Kempenaar, Kim A. Shollenberger and Gareth W. Oskam

55348 Fluid Structure Interaction Deformation Measurement for Micro Air Vehicles

Peter Ijfu

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55211 Fluid-Power Harvesting by Pneumatic Bellow during Human Gait

Robin Chin, Elizabeth T. Hsiao-Wecksler and Eric Loth

55141 Influence on the Axial Flow Fan Aerodynamic Characteristic Due to an Introduction of Internal Secondary Flow

Matjaž Eberlinc,Brane Širok, Marko Hočevar and Matevž Dular

55180 Analysis and Optimization of Flow Distribution Channels for Uniform Flow in Fuel Cells

Peiwen Li, Devasubramaniam Coopamah and Nikesh Dhar

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5161 Analysis of Swashplateless Helicopter Rotor with Active Servopaddles

Anne Brindejonc, Eurocopter

François Malburet, Ecole des Arts et Métiers

Pierre-Antoine Aubourg, Eurocopter

55091 A Model for Analyzing Flow Transients in a Single Closed Loop

Kazem Farhadi and Behrang Sadeghi Givi

55149 The Effects of Reynolds Number on the Aerodynamic Performance of Geometricially Similar Fans

K. Hanly, R. Grimes, and

P. Walsh

55243 Numerical Investigations of Model Propeller Turbine Performance under Different Guide Vane Opening

Zhou Daqing, HQu Bo and

Zheng Yuan

55016 Wind Tunnel Tests on Flow-Induced Vibrations and Scattering of Japanese Slates

Satoru Okamoto, Shimane University

55019 Analysis of Inner Flow inside Francis Turbine Runner Based on Dissipation Function

Xiaojing Wu, Yulin Wu and

Shuhong Liu

55317 Optimization of Stacking Line and Blade Profile for Design of Axial Flow Fan Blade

Abdus Samad, Ki-Sang Lee, and Kwang-Yong Kim

55144 Prediction on Meter Factor of the Turbine Flow Meter with Unsteady Numerical Simulation

Gang Chen, Yulin Wu, Guangjun Cao, and Mingjie Li

55008 Conversion Methods of Efficiency for Hydraulic Machinery Using Model Under Influence of Roughness

Li Long,Wang Ze, Yang Xuelin and Li Dan

55015 Multi –Objective Optimization of an Axial Compressor

Hoda Maleki

55183 Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Rotor-Stator Interactions in an Axial Turbine

Jean-Mathieu Gagnon and

Gabriel D. Ciocan

10:30 – 11:00 Break

MONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS /11:00 – 12:30

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

43rd Forum on Cavitation and Multiphase Flow (3-12)

Session 3-1: Cavitation and Multiphase Flow -1

Session 21-2: Forum on Fluid Power - 2

Session 14-2: Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics - 2

Session 17-2: Fluid-Structure Interaction and Flow-Induced Noise - 2

Chair: William Straka, Penn State University; Co-Chair Mohamed Farhat, EPFL

Chair: Awatef Hamed, University of Cinninnati; Co-Chair: KwangYong Kim, Inha University

Chair: Yassin Hassan, Texas A&M University; Co-Chair: Hisashi Ninokata,Tokyo Inst. of Tech.

Chair: Raymond Gordnier, Air Forces Research Lab; Co-Chair, Subrata Roy, University of Florida

55034 Numerical Modelling of Cavitation Erosion

Matevž Dular and Olivier Coutier-Delgosha

55170 Cavitation in the Tip Region of the Rotor Blades within a Waterjet Pump

H. Wu, F. Soranna, T. Micheal,

J. Katz and S. Jessup

55067 Numerical Analysis of Geometric Effects on Pressure Drop In 180° Turning Channels

Sean Spivey and Kim A. Shollenberger

55347 Reduced Order Description of Open Cavities and Their Control

Lawrence Ukeiley

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55050 Progress in Creating Stabilized Gas Layers in Flowing Liquid Mercury

Mark Wendel, David Felde,

Bernard Riemer, David West, Brian D’Urso and

Ashraf Ibrahim

55003 Effect of Fine Sediments on the Performance of Axial Pumps

Abdullah Saeed Al-Ghamd

55191 Computational Studies on the Behavior of an Interface Separating Two Fluids under Uniform Electric Field

Payam Sharifi, and Asghar Esmaeeli

55127 Fluid-Acoustics Interaction in Self-Sustained Oscillations over a Cavity in a Turbulent Boundary Layer

H. Yokoyama and C. Kato

55115 Cavitation Damage from an Induced Secondary Vortex

M. Moeny, M. Weldon,

D. Stinebring, W. Straka and

M. Pierzga

55234 Analysis of the influence of passage components on the efficiency of bulb tubular pumps

YanJin, Chao Liu, Fangping Tang,

Jiren Zhou and Li Cheng

55235 CFD Simulation of the Whole Pump Station Inlet Flow Field

Zhou Daqing, Zheng Yuan, and

Ge Xinfeng

55247 Removal of Particles from the Surface of a Droplet

N. Aubry, P. Singh,

S. Nudurupati, and

M. Janjua

55122 Concept Verification of Rudder Gap Cavitation Suppression Device through Experiments and Computations

Jungkeun Oh, Changmin Lee, Hee Bum Lee, Shin Hyung Rhee, Jung-Chun Suh and Hyochul Kim

55145 Experimental and Numerical Simulation on the Starting Period of a Centrifugal Pump

Gang Chen, Jie Shao, Yulin Wu

and Guangjun Cao

55121 Study on the Hydraulic Performance of Elbow-Inlet Passage by CFD

Cheng Li, Liu Chao, Zhou Jiren, Tang Fangping and

Jin Yan

55179 Effect of Blade Angle of Attack and Hub to Tip Ratio on Mass Flow Rate in an Axial Fan at a Fixed Rotational Speed

Mohammad Javad Izadi

12:30 – 1:00

Terrace Pavilion Lunch

1:00 – 2:00 pm

Grand Ballroom Plenary: Thirty Years of Naval Propulsor Hydrodynamic Research at the

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division

Dr. Stuart Jessup, Naval Surface Warfare Center

MONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS / 2:00 – 3:30 pm

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

Daytona

20th Forum on Fluid Machinery

2nd International Symposium on Flow Applications in Aerospace

Session 3-2: Cavitation and Multiphase Flow -2

Session 21-3: Forum on Fluid Machinery - 3

Session 14-3: Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics - 3

Session 17-3: Fluid-Structure Interaction and Flow-Induced Noise - 3

Session 9-1: Aerospace Applications - I

Chair: William Straka, Penn State University; Co-Chair Mohamed Farhat, EPFL

Chair: Yu-Tai Lee, Naval Surface Warfare Center; Co-Chair: Jinkook Lee, Eaton

Chair: Hisashi Ninokata, Tokyo Inst. of Tech.; Co-Chair Yassin Hassan, Texas A&M University

Chair: Raymond Gordnier, Air Forces Research Lab; Co-Chair, Subrata Roy, University of Florida

Chair: Javid Bayandor, Royal Melbourne Inst. Of Tech.; Co-Chair: David Davis, Aerojet

55135 Rotordynamic Forces on Three-Bladed Inducer under Super-Synchronous / Synchronous Rotating Cavitation

Yoshiki Yoshida, Masato Eguchi, Taiichi Motomura,

Masaharu Uchiumi, Hirotaka Kure and Yoshiyuki Maruta

55258 Numerical Study of the Pulsating Flow at the Tongue Region of a Centrifugal Pump for Several Flow-Rates

Raúl Barrio, Jorge Parrondo, and

Eduardo Blanco

55059 A Condensed Phase Computational Fluid Dynamics Model for Polymer Melt Flow

Qing Tang and

Michael Bockelie

55350 Controlling and Harnessing Flow-Acoustic Resonance in High-Speed Flows Farukh S Alvi

55284 Laminar-Turbulent Transition Modeling Strategies for Thermally Protected Airfoils

Luiz Tobaldini Neto,

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55337 An Exploratory Investigation of Cavitation Inception on the Pressure Side of Propellers

Wim M. van Rees,Martijn X. van Rijsbergen, Gert Kuiper and Tom J.C. van Terwisg

55303 Transient Calculations of Pump Performance Parameters

Mikhail P. Strongin

55174 CFD Solution of a Two-Canopy Parachute in a Top-To-Top Formation with a Vent of Air from One of Its Canopy

Mohammad Javad Izadi

55209 Analysis of Passive Wake Mixing Techniques Using Time Resolved Digital Particle Image Velocimetry

Christopher Weiland,

Christopher Michie,

Scott Bressers and

Pavlos Vlachos

55178 Experimental Investigations of the Onset of Rotating Stall

P. B. V. Johansson and

M. Henriksson

55217 An Improvement of a Cavitation Model and the Application to LES

Shin-ichi Tsuda, Naoki Tani,

Nobuhiro Yamanishi and Chisachi Kato

55291 Vibration-Based Fault Diagnosis of Pump Using WPT

Pan Hong, and

Zheng Yuan

55057 Effects of Endplates on Secondary Streaming of Oscillating Flows Past a Circular Cylinder

C.T. Hsu and Yan Su

55006 Experimental Investigation on Quenching Distance for Aluminum Dust Flames

M.R. Habibzadeh and M.H. Keyhani

55002 Cavitation Intensity Measurement by Analysis of Pump Structure Oscillation- A New Parametric Method Approach

Hadi Arjmandi Tash, Morteza Sadeghi, Mohammad T. Shervani and M. Mohammad Ettefagh

55257 Numerical Investigation on Impeller-Volute Interaction in the Centrifugal Pump with Radial Gap and Tongue Profile Variation

Pengcheng Guo,

Xingqi Luo, Weili Liao

and Guojun Zhu

55103 CFD Modeling O\of Slurry Flows in Horizontal Pipes

Franz H. Hernández,

Armando J. Blanco and

Luis Rojas-Solórzano

55221 Effect of Dissipative Terms on the Quality of Two and Three Dimensional Euler Flow Solutions

Seyed Saied Bahrainian

3:30 – 4:00 Break

MONDAY August 11, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS /4:00 – 5:30

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

Daytona

20th Forum on Fluid Machinery

3rd Forum On Biological Flows

Session 3-3: Cavitation and Multiphase Flow -3

Session 21-4: Forum on Fluid Machinery - 4

Session 14-4: Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics - 4

Session 4-1: Biological Flows

Session 9-2: Aerospace Applications - 2

Chair: William Straka, Penn State University; Co-Chair Mohamed Farhat, EPFL

Chair: Shin Hyoung Kang; Co-Chair: Hans Josef Dohmen, University of Duisburg-Essen

Chair: Mick Brzoska, eastern Washington University; Co-Chair: Xia Wang, Oakland University

Chair: Kausik Sarkar, University of Delaware; Co-Chair Arturo Fernandez, CUA

Chair: David Davis, Aerojet; Co-Chair: Jason Tyll, ATK GASL

55171 Observation of a Critical Time Scale for Supercavitation Development and the Effect of Gas Leakage

Chris Weiland and

Pavlos Vlachos

55334 Estimation of Average Void Fraction for Gas-Liquid, Two-Phase Flow in an Industrial Nozzle Assembly Using a Quick-Closing-Valve

Mohammad A. Rahman

Johana Gomez, Ted Heidrick, Brian A. Fleck and Jennifer McMillan

55084 Basin-Scale Internal Waves within the South Arm of the Great Salt Lake

Robert E Spall

55113 3D omputational Modeling and Simulation of Cell Motion on Adhesive Surfaces in Shear Flow

Vijay Pappu and Prosenjit Bagchi

55325 Computational Study of a Subsonic Aircraft Design

Scott Winkelmann and

Ryoichi S. Amano

55031 A Comparative Study between the Various Methods of Measuring Void Fraction in Air-Water Two-Phase Flow

Abdullah Abbas Kendoush and Banipal N. Yaqob

55342 Delay of Unsteady Flow in s Radial Diffuser

Saad A. Ahmed

55014 Modelling of Fluid Dynamics Interacting with Ductile Fraction Propagation in High Pressure Pipeline

M. Popescu and W. Shyy

55252 A Multi-Level Bifurcation omputational Model for Analyzing Transport and Deposition 0f Aerosol Particles in Human Tracheobronchial Tree

L. Tian and G. Ahmadi

55327 Basic Optimization Methods n Aircraft Design (CFD Methods and CAD Designs)

Scott Winkelmann,

Ryoichi S. Amano, Ryan Trzebiatowski,

Tyler Handel and

Mitch Hinz

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55165 Break Up of Viscous Crude Oil Droplets Mixed with Dispersants in

Locally Isotropic Turbulence

Balaji Gopalan and

Joseph Katz

55260 An Analytical and Experimental Study of Rotary-Vane Turbomachinery: Single-Phase Working Fluids

A. Mehdizadeh, .M. Mahmoud, da

S.A. Sherif and W.E. Lear

55023 Urans Modeling of Three Airfoils with Different Stall Mechanisms

M. Elkhoury, J. Najem and Z. Nakad

55279 Quantification of Discretization Error in Wall Shear Stress Calculations for Aneurismal Flows Using CFD

Francisco A. Pino-Romainville, Jagannath R. Nanduri, Ismail B. Celik and Ansaar T. Rai

55068 3D Numerical Simulation of a Parachute with Two Air Vented Canopies in a Top-To-Top Formation

Mohammad Javad Izadi and Reza Baradaran Razzaz

55275 Spatiotemporally-Resolved Dynamics of Dispersing Ferrofluid Aggregates

Alicia M. Williams and

Pavlos P. Vlachos

55341 The Rise of Complexity in Describing Fluid Flow in Rotating Cavities

Björn-Christian Will and

Friedrich-Karl Benra

55029 Hexahedral Block Topology and Its Decomposition to Generate Initial Tetrahedral Grids for Complex Aerodynamic Configurations

Seyed Saied Bahrainian

55319 Fundamental Investigations of Driving Force of a Neutrophile in Liquid Using Concentration Marangoni Effect for Developing Microcapsules in Drug Delivery Systems

Masaaki Tamagawa

55361 Investigation of Fluid-Structure Collisions in Advanced Aerostructures Using Discrete Lagrangian and Coupled Lagrangian-Eulerian Methods

Javid Bayandor

55186 Effect of Rotational Velocity and Blade Angle of Attack a Mass Flow Rate in an Axial Fan at a Fixed Hub to Tip Ratio

Mohammad Javad Izadi

55320 Development of Microcapsules Including a Gas Bubble for Shock Wave Based Drug Delivery

Masaaki Tamagawa and

Norikazu Ishimatsu

6:00-7:30

Grand Ballroom 4 and 5Max Jacob Memorial Award

TUESDAY August 12, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:00 am

Grand Ballroom Plenary: The Carbon Journey – The Nation’s Need to Reduce Emissions and

Increase Energy Security

J. Michael Davis, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

PARALLEL SESSONS / 9:00 – 10:30 am

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

20th Forum on Fluid Machinery

Symposium on Transport Phenomena in Energy Conversion from Clean and Sustainable Resources

8th Symposium on Applications in CFD

4th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics

Session 21-5: Forum on Fluid Machinery - 5

Session 13-1 Transport Phenomena in Energy Conversion from Clean and Sustainable Resources -1

Session 14-5: Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics - 5

Session 8-1: Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics -Vortex Flows

Chair: Jinkook Lee, Eaton Corp.; Co-Chair: ShinHyyoung Kang

Chair: Khaled Hammad, Dantec Dynamics; Co-Chair: Jianhu Nie, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Chair: Jay M. Khodadadi, Auburn University; Co-Chair: Mick Brzoska, Eastern Washington U

Chair: Khaled J. Hammad, Dantec Dynamics; Co-Chair: Wei-Jen Su, US Army ARDC

55146 Fourier Decomposed Turbulence Measurements Downstream a High-Pressure Turbine Stage

Lars-Uno Axelsson, William K. George and T. Gunnar Johansson

55189 Simulation of Flow Field on a Large Scale Wind Turbine

I. Janajreh and C. Ghenai

55177 Numerical Study of a Parachute in a Steady, Turbulent Flow Condition with a Vent of Air at the Top

Mohammad Javad Izadi and

Mehdi Mohammadizadeh

55055 Identification and Analysis of Vortical Structures in a Ribbed Channel

Lei Wang, Mirko Salewski and Bengt Sundén

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55097 Study on the Effect of Blade Design with Blade Count for High Pressure Steam Turbine Using 3D CFD

J.H. Cheon, K.J. Lee,

J.J. Park, J.H. Kim and

M.Y. Ha

55204 Numerical Modeling of Coal/Biomass Co-Firing

C. Ghenai and I. Janajreh

55074 Effect of Airflow from the Lower Canopy in a Top-to-Top Two-Parachute Canopy Formation in Steady and Turbulent Condition

Mohammad Javad Izadi and

Mehdi Mohammadizadeh

55096 The Impact of a Vortex Induced by a Baffle on the Turbulent Structure

Shivani T. Gajusingh,

Kamran Siddiqui and

Nasiruddin Shaikh

55021 The Effect of Annular Fluid Loss on Optimum Meridian Profie of Impeller and Guidevane

Takuji Tsugawa

55280 Numerical Evaluation and Comparison of Different Reduced Mechanisms for Predicting the Performance of a SOFC Operating on Coal Syngas

Francisco Elizalde-Blancas,

Suryanarayana R. Pakalapati,

Jose A. Escobar-Vargas and

Ismail B. Celik

55256 Numerical Simulation of the Backlayer Critical Velocity in the Memorial Tunnel Test (MTFVTP)

Eduardo Blanco, Javier Cueto,

Joaquín Fernández and

Raúl Barrio

55116 Vortex Flow behind a Heaving Elastic Flat Plate

Masaki Fuchiwaki and

Kazuhiro Tanaka

55246 CFD-Based Match Design and Improving Performance for Francis Turbine Components

Pengcheng Guo, Xingqi Luo, Xiaobo Zheng and

Shengzhu Liu

55134 U-RANS Simulation of Mixed-Convection around a Finite Wallmounted Heated Cylinder Cooled by Cross-Flow

Y. Lecocq, S. Bournaud,

R. Manceau, B Duret and

L. Brizzi

55281 Numerical Study of Smoke Propagation in a Simulated Fire in a Wagon within a Subway Tunnel

Felipe Vittori, Luis Rojas-Solórzano, Armando J. Blanco and Rafael Urbina

55190 Developing and Fully Developed Turbulent Flow in Ribbed Channels

N. D. Cardwell, P. P. Vlachos and K. A. Thole

55277 Numerical and Experimental Investigations on Hood Capture and Protection Efficiencies

Ertan Karaismail, Ismail Celik, Steven E. Guffey and William H. Dodrill

10:30 – 11:00 Break

TUESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS /11:00 – 12:30

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

Daytona

7th Symposium on Transport Phenomena in Manufacturing Processes

Symposium on DNS, LES and Hybrid RANS/LES Methods

Session 7-1: Transport Phenomena in Manufacturing Process 1:Eledtrolmagnetohudrodynamics

Session 13-2 Transport Phenomena in Energy Conversion from Clean and Sustainable Resources -2

Session 14-6: Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics - 6

Session 8-2: Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics - Unsteady and Boundary Layer Flows

Session 15-1: DNS, LES and Hybrid RANS/LES Methods -1

Chair: Dennis Siginer, Wichita State University

Chair: Jianhu Nie, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Co-Chair: Khaled Hammad, Dantec Dynamics

Chair: Mick Brzoska, Eastern Washington University; Co-Chair: Jay M. Khodadadi, Auburn University

Chair: Barton Smith, University of Utah

Chair: Donald Rizzetta, U.S Air Force; Co- Chair: Miguel Visbal, Air Force Research Lab

55296 Investigating Behavior of Hydrogen Bubbles in Electro-Chemical Machining

Ryo Tsuboi, Makoto Yamamoto and Dai Kato

55187 Explorations of Improving Flow Uniformity in the Bipolar Plate of q PEM Electrolysis Cell Using Different Designs

J. H. Nie, Y. T. Chen,

J. F. Wu and K. M. Veepuri

55181 Simulations to Determine Laminar Loss Coefficients for Flow in Circular Ducts with Arbitrary Planar Bifurcation Geometries

Tim A. Handy, Evan C. Lemley, Dimitrios V. Papavassiliou and

Henry J. Neeman

55042 Wave-Induced Effect on the Airside Velocity Field above the Wind-generated Water Waves

Nasiruddin Shaikh and Kamran Siddiqui

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55356 Discrete Filtering in Large-Eddy Simulation on Unstructured Grids

Andreas Haselbacher

55128 Fully Developed Flow of Power-Law Fluid through a Cylindrical Microfluidic Pipe: Pressure Drop and Electroviscous Effects

Ram P. Bharti, Dalton J.E. Harvi and Malcolm R. Davidson

55308 Numerical Study of Dead-end Micro Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell

Yan Ling Wu, Hee Joo Poh, Kah Wai Lum and Xiu Qing Xing

55230 Modeling for a High Bandwidth-High Flow Valve Design Based on Hörbiger Plate Operation

David T. Branson, Fengcai Wang, D. Nigel Johnston,

Derek G. Tilley, Chris R. Bowen, Kevin A. Edge and

Patrick S. Keogh

55075 Experiment Study on the Bursting Phenomenon in the Turbulent Flow Boundary Layer on the Compliant Wall

Yui Owaku, Isao Misu and Nobuyoshi Fujimatsu

55354 Recent Progress in LES/DNS Modeling and Simulation for Chemically Reacting Flows

Houshang Ebrahimi

55185 Electrohydrodynamic (EHD) Pump in a Square Channel

C. C. Ngo and F. C. Lai,

55188 Numerical Simulations of Coupled Flow and Heat Transfer Distributions in a Bipolar Plate of the Pem Electrolysis Cell

Jianhu Nie, Jianfei Wu,

Steve Cohen and Blake Carter

55259 Two-Objective Shape Optimization of Sewers

T. Karvinen and R. Karvinen

55205 Flow in Rectangular Cavities with Two Vertical Oscillating Walls

Guillermo E. vando, Alberto Beltran and Sandy L. Ovando

55107 Inlet Conditions for LES of Swirl Flows

Mohammad H. Baba-Ahmadimand Gavin R. Tabor

55114 Electrohydrodynamic Gas Pump in a Vertical Tube

N. M. Brown and F. C. Lai

55040 Optimization of Fluid Flow in 3D Bipolar Plates

Jianfei Wu, Jianhu Nie and

Yitung Chen

55266 Turbulence Modeling in the Numerical Estimation of Hemolysis in Hemodialysis Cannulas

Felix A. Salazar and

Luis R. Rojas

55169 Numerical Issues Associated with the Full-Zone Model of the Optically Heated Floating-Zone Used in Semiconductor Processing

Han Li and Brent C. Houchens

55360 Numerical Modeling of Turbulent Surface Wave Motion Using a Coupled Boundary Element-Finite Difference Technique Mirmosadegh Jamali

12:30 – 1:00

Terrace Pavilion Lunch

TUESDAY August 12, 2008

Grand Ballroom 4&5

1:00 – 2:00 Plenary: Energy for Sustainability

Trung Van Nguyen, National Science Foundation

Orlando

1:00 – 2:00 Plenary: Energy Research: Opportunities and Challenges

Mildred Dresselhaus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

PARALLEL SESSONS / 2:00 – 3:30 pm

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

Daytona

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

Symposium on DNS, LES and Hybrid RANS/LES Methods

Session 7-2: Transport Phenomena in Manufacturing Processes 2: Complex Fluids

Session Non-invasive measurements in Sungle and Multiphase Flows - 1

Session 15-2: DNS, LES and Hybrid RANS/LES Methods -2

Session 8-3: Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics- Jets

Session 13-2 Transport Phenomena in Energy Conversion from Clean and Sustainable Resources -2

Chair: Makoto Yamamoto, Tokyo University of Science

Chair:Bahram Khalighi, General Motors Corp; Co-Chair: Yassin A. Hassan, Texas A&M University

Chair: Karman Guia University of Cinninnati; Co-Chair: Subrata Roy, University fo Florida

Chair: Pavlos Vlachos, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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hair: Jianhu Nie, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Co-Chair: Khaled Hammad, Dantec Dynamics

55066 Forced Convection in Cross Flow of Power Law Fluids over a Pair of Circular Cylinder in Tandem Arrangement

Rahul C. Patil,Ram P. Bharti and Raj P. Chhabra

55196 A Study of Grazing Behavior of Copepods Using Digital Holographic Cinematography

Siddharth Talapatra, Jiarong Hong,

Jian Sheng, Becky Waggett,

Pat Tester and Joseph Katz

55355 Large-Eddy Simulation of Active Flow Control for a Transitional Highly Loaded Low-Pressure Turbine Blade

Donald Rizzetta

55155 Study of Mixing Characteristics of Rectangular Turbulent Jets

Tarek Abdel-Salam, and

Gerald Micklow

55187 Explorations of Improving Flow Uniformity in the Bipolar Plate of q PEM Electrolysis Cell Using Different Designs

J. H. Nie, Y. T. Chen,

J. F. Wu and K. M. Veepuri

55172 Role of Hydraulic and Capillary Radii in Improving the Effectiveness of Capillary Model in Wicking

Krishna M. Pillai, Reza Masoodi and Padma prabod Varanasi

55157 A Pressure Distribution Determination Algorithm Using PIV Velocity Data

Kobra Gharali and David A. Johnson

55359 Detached-Eddy Simulations of Full Aircraft at Fixed and Maneuvering Flight Conditions

Scott Morton

55162 Spatiotemporal Development of Transitional Wall Jets

Samuel Raben, Wing F. Ng and Pavlos P. Vlachos

55308 Numerical Study of Dead-end Micro Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell

Yan Ling Wu, Hee Joo Poh, Kah Wai Lum and Xiu Qing Xing

55213 Natural Convection Heat Transfer in Nanofluids - A Numerical Study

W. Rashmi, A. F. Ismai,

W. Asrar, M. Khalid and

Y. Faridah

55152 Improved DPIV Accuracy Using Advanced Windowing Techniques

Adric Eckstein and Pavlos Vlachos

55299 The Similarity of Ducted Jets with Low and High Pressure Gradients

Marcos N. Arima, Marcos M. Pimenta and Guilherme A.L. Silva

55188 Numerical Simulations of Coupled Flow and Heat Transfer Distributions in a Bipolar Plate of the Pem Electrolysis Cell

Jianhu Nie, Jianfei Wu,

Steve Cohen and Blake Carter

55058 An Inverse Approach to Magnetorheological Damper Design: Hershel-Bulkley Model

Mario F. Letelier, Juan S. Stockle, and Dennis A. Siginer

55330 Correlations of the Droplet Size-Velocity of the Two-Phase, Air/Liquid Spray Using a Particle-Dynamic-Analyzer

Mohammad A. Rahman, Johana Gomez, Ted Heidrick, Brian A. Fleck, Jennifer McMillan and

Edward W. Chan

55223 Simplified Computational Models for Particles Impacting and Layering under a High Temperature Jet

Kh. Fataoui, B. Pateyron and

M. Elganaoui

55040 Optimization of Fluid Flow in 3D Bipolar Plates

Jianfei Wu, Jianhu Nie and

Yitung Chen

55184 Optical Measurement of Base Film Thickness in Annular Two-Phase Flow

DuWayne Schubrin, Andrea C. Ashwood and Timothy A. Shedd

TUESDAY August 12, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS / 4:00 – 5:30 pm

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 5

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

Session 7-3: Transport Phenomena in Manufacturing Processes 3:Linear Fluids

Session 24-2 Non-invasive measurements in Sungle and Multiphase Flows - 2

Session 15-3: DNS, LES and Hybrid RANS/LES Methods - 3

Session 8-4: Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics - 4

Chair: Brent Houchens, Rice University

Chair:Bahram Khalighi, General Motors Corp; Co-Chair: Yassin A. Hassan, Texas A&M University

Chair:Faure Malo-Molina; Co-Chair: Karman Guia, University of Cinninnati

Chair:Francine Battaglia,Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

55133 Pressure Loss of Gaseous Flow at Microtube Outlet

Y. Horii and Y. Asako

55046 Effect of Gas-Liquid Ratio on Droplets Centricity and Velocity of an Effervescent Atomizer

S. Ghaemi, D. S. Nobes and

P. Rahimi

55357 High-Fidelity Simulations of Transitional Flow over Plunging Airfoils

Miguel Visbal

55071 Analytical Determination of Viscous Permeability of Fibrous Porous Media

A. Tamayol and M. Bahrami

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55004 Dimensional Analysis to Predict Dynamic Behavior of Sand Bulk under 2D Vibration

Hadi Arjmandi Tash,

Morteza Sadeghi,

Arash Ranjbaran and Esmaeel Esmaeel Zadeh

55062 Gas-Liquid-Solid Three-Phase Flows through Pipes: Particle Velocity Measurement and Prediction

O. O. Bello, K. M. Reinicke,

C. Teodoriu and M-Y Liu

55358 Low Reynolds Number Flow over Flexible Membrane Airfoils

Raymond Gordnier

55101 The Dynamics of Accumulating Ferrofluid Aggregates

Alicia M. Williams and

Pavlos P. Vlachos

55069 On Negative Pressure Waves in Geological and Geophysical Processes

Sayavur Bakhtiyarov

55089 A Preliminary Study of the Transition of an In-Line Pipe Vortex to Slug Flow Using Particle Image Velocimetry

Benjamin J. de Witt and

Ronald J. Hugo

55248 Self-assembly of Particles into 2D Lattices with Adaptable Spacing

N. Aubry, S. Nudurupati,

M. Janjua and P. Singh

55070

Foam Stability in In-Situ CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery Technology

Sayavur Bakhtiyarov

55197 Near-wall Stereo and Tomographic-PIV Investigation of the Turbulent Channel Flow Over a Rough-wall

Jiarong Hong, Joseph Katz and

Mike Schultz

55346 A Numerical Method For Damping Computation Of Rigid Cylindrical Containers

Yang Wei, Liu Shuhong and Wu Yulin

55203 Surface Skin Friction Measurement and Visualization Based on Compliant Coatings

Nobuyoshi Fujimatsu and

Isao Misu

6:00 – 7:30

Grand Ballroom 4 and 5 Awards Banquet

WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:00 am

Grand Ballroom Plenary: Molecular Dynamic Simulation of Liquid Argon Film Evaporation and

Colloidal Adsorption Characteristics in a Nanochannel

J. N. Chung, University of Florida

PARALLEL SESSONS / 9:00 – 10:30 am

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

City Terrace 10

8th International Symposium on Numerical Methods for Multiphase Flows

11th International Symposium on Advances in Numerical Modelling of Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics in Turbomachinery

Forum on Fluid Measurements and Instrumentation

Microfluidics Summer Forum 2008: Fluid Engineering in Micro- and Nanosystems

Panel on Algorithm Development in CFD

Session 2-1: Numerical Methods and Results for Particle Laden Flows - 1

Session 20-1: Turbo

CFD 1

Session 23-1: Fluid Measurements and Instrumentation - Miscellaneous Methods

Session 25-1- Microfluidics - 1

Session 18-1: Algorithmic Developments for Multidisciplinary Problems in CFD

Chair: Arturo Fernandez, CUA; Co-Chair: Francine Battaglia, Virginia Tech and Malcolm Andrews, Los Alamos

Chair: Chunill Hah, NASA/Glenn; Co-Chair: Yu-Tai Lee, Naval surface Warfare Center

Chair: Joel Park Naval Surface Warfare Center; Co-Chair: Judith Bamberger, Battelle at PNNL

Chair: Steve Wereley, Purdue University

Chair: Subrata Roy, University of Florida; Co-Chairs: Datta Gaitonde

55159 Development and Validation of a Binary Collision Detection Algorithm for a Polydispersed Particle Mixture

Dirk Wunsch, Pascal Fed and Olivier Simonin

55202 Validations of Some Slip Factor Models for Mixed-Flow Impellers

Shengqin Huang, Zhenxia Liu, Yan Yan, Yaguo Lu and Xiaochun Lian

55306 ND-YAG Monitoring for DGV Application)

G. L. Morrison and

B. Nelson

55032 Development and Sharacterization of High Bandwidth Micro-Actuators

John T Solomon,

Rajan Kumar and

Farrukh S. Alvi

55351 Recent Progress in LES Modeling and Simulation for Chemically Reacting Flow

Houshang Ebrahimi

55158 A Validation Study for the Hydrodynamics of Biomass in a Fluidized Bed

Mirka Deza, Francine Battaglia and Theodore J. Heindel

55237 Structure Vibration of Hydropower House Induced by Francis Turbine Basing on CFD Numerical Simulation

Liang Qin, Zhengwei Wang, Yongyao Luo,

Guangjie Peng and Huijing Tian

55047 An Instrument for Measuring Orifice-Specific Fuel-Injection Rate from a Multi-Orifice Nozzle

Jason G. Kempenaar,

Charles J. Mueller,

Kim A. Shollenberger and Krishna Lakshminarasimhan

55037 Investigation of Two-Phase Flow in Rectangular Micro-Channels

Nam-Won Kim, Estelle T. Evans, Steven A. Soper, Michael C Murphy and Dimitris E. Nikitopoulos

55352 The Method of Lattice Boltzmann Equation for Flow Computations

Renwei Mei

55033 Smoothed Profile Method for Particulate Two-Phase Flow

Xian Luo, Martin R. Maxey and George E. Karniadakis

55104 Direct Numerical Simulation of 1000 Deformable Capsules in a Channel Flow at Finite Inertia

Sai K. Doddi, R. Murthy Kalluri and Prosenjit Bagchi

55139 Transferring Methods of Efficiency for Hydraulic Machines Using Model Based on Smooth-Pipes Flow

Li Long, Wang Ze,

Yang Xuelin and Li Dan,

55309 Discharge Measurements Using the Classic Gibson Method with Instrumentation Installed Inside a Pipeline

Adam Adamkowski,

Waldemar Janicki,

Gustavo Urquiza, Janusz Kubiak and Miguel Basurto

55039 Investigation of Switching Time and Pressure Head Effects on Hydro Magnetic

Micro-Pump and Flow Controller

Mahdi Esmaily Moghadam and Mohammad Behshad Shafii

55353 The Interplay of CFD and Experiments: An Experimentalist’s Viewpoint

Louis Cattafesta

Acquiring Data for CFD Benchmarking

Joseph Katz

55207 LES Sub-Grid Diffusion for Lagrangian Particles

Michael Rybalko, Eric Loth and Dennis Lankford

55001 Three Dimensional Numerical Simulation of Flow Field inside a Reversible Pumping Station with Symmetric Aerofoil Blade

Cheng Li, Liu Chao,

Zhou Jiren, Tang Fangping and Jin Yan

55311 The Low Speed Wind Tunnel at Labinthap Preliminary Evaluation

Eslava R. Tolentino, Eslava G. Tolentino and Velázquez M. Toledo

55051 Hydrophobic and Oleophobic Surfaces with Micro-Posts and Nano-Particles

Adam Steele, Stephen Moran, Andrew Cannon, William King, Ilker Bayer and Eric Loth

55349 Massively Parallel Multiphysics Simulations

Andreas Haselbacher

WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

10:30 – 11:00 Break

PARALLEL SESSONS /11:00 – 12:30

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

Session 2-2: Numerical Methods and Results for Particle Laden Flows - 2

Session 20-2. Turbo CFD 2

Session 23-2: Fluid Measurements and Instrumentation - Particle Imaging and Tracking

Session 25-2- Microfluidics - 2

Chair: Francine Battaglia, Virginia Tech ; Co-Chair: Malcolm Andrews, Los Alamos and Arturo Fernandez, CUA

Chair: Akira Goto, Ebara Research Co.; Co-Chair: Yu-Tai Lee, Naval Surface Warfare Center

Chair: Gerald L. Morrison, Texas A&M University; Co-Chair: Ali Etebari, NSWCCD

Chair: Deborah V. Pence, Oregon State University

55285 Numerical Analysis on the Performance of the Solid Solar Particle Receiver with the Influence of Aerowindow

Zhuoqi Chen, Yitung Chen and Taide Tan

55238 Experimental and Numerical Analysis of Pressure Pulsation in Francis Turbine

Yexiang Xiao, Yongyao Luo,

Liang Qin, Zhengwei Wang,

Ruofu Xiao and Guangjie Peng

55151 Robust Gradient Estimation Using Radial Basis Functions

Satyaprakash Karri, John Charonko and Pavlos Vlachos

55112 Bubble Formation in a DC Electric Field

Feng Chen, Yaozu Song and

Yao Peng

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55335 Multi-Scale Modeling for Granular Flows

Xiang Zhao and Sijun Zhang

55007 Contributions Concerning the Power Optimization of the Pumping Stations

Alexandrescu C. Aurora,

Alexandrescu O. Simona Adina andAlexandrescu O. Constantin Adrian

55340 On the Accuracy of Spectrum Analysis Using PIV Data

Jun Chen

55117 Characteristics of Micro Pump Driven by Conducting Polymer Soft Actuator

Yoshitaka Naka, Masaki Fuchiwaki and Kazuhiro Tanaka

55249 Direct Numerical Simulation of Four Way-Coupled Gas-Solid Flow and Deposition in a Turbulent Channel Flow

Goodarz Ahmadi, Hojjat Nasr and John B. McLaughlin

55132 Rotating Stall Behavior in a Diffuser of Mixed Flow Pump and Its Suppression

Masahiro Miyabe, Akinori Furukaiwa, Hideakl Maeda and

Isamu Umeki

55154 Flow Property Measurements of Stirred-Tank Flow Across three Reynolds Number Decades

Yihong Yang, Roe-Hoan Yoon and Demetri P. Telionis

55118 Thermally Actuated Pumping by Rayleigh-Bernard Convection Using Surface Asymmetry

Myeong Chan Jo and Vinod Narayanan

55254 New Thermal Stochastic Collision Model for Prediction of Heat Transfer in Heated Turbulent Gas-Solid Pipe Flows

F. Behzad, Z. Mansoori,

M. Saffar- Avval,

H. Basirat Tabrizi, and

G. Ahmadi

55025 Numerical Simulation and PIV Measurement on the Internal Flow in a Centrifugal Mini Pump at Low Flow Rate Condition

Jie-Shao, Shuhong-Liu,

Huijing-Yuan and Yuliun-Wu

55017 Development of Three-Dimensional Particle Tracking Velocimetry for the Investigation of Unsteady Flows

D. Homeniuk, D.S. Nobes and a

D. Wilson

55153 Compensating for the Phosphorescent Persistence in Intensified Cameras for Micro-PIV

Adric Eckstein and Dr. Pavlos Vlachos

55302 Large Eddy Simulation of Particle Deposition in a Turbulent Channel Flow

Mohammad Rahnama,

Mazyar Salmanzadeh and

Goodarz Ahmadi

55024 Volume Particle Tracking in Three-Dimensional Micro-Channel Flows

David S. Nobes, Darren L. N. Homeniuk, Shahnawaz Molla and Subir Bhattacharjee

55160 A Direct Numerical Simulation of the Unsteady Development of a Deformable Rising Bubble in a Quiescent Liquid

A. Agarwal, C.F. Tai and

J.N. Chung

12:30 – 1:00

Terrace Pavilion Lunch

1:00 – 2:00 pm

Grand Ballroom Plenary: The 2008 Freeman Scholar Lecture

William K. George, Chalmers University of Technology

WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS /2:00 – 3:30

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

Session 2-3: Micro-Multiphase Flows

Session 20-3: Turbo CFD 3

Session 23-3: Fluid Measurements and Instrumentation- Measurements in the US Navy David Taylor Model Basin

Session 25-3- Microfluidics - 3

Chair: Malcolm Andrews, Los Alamos; Co-Chair: Francine Battaglia, Virginia Tech and Arturo Fernandez, CUA

Chair: Keith Walters, Mississippi State University; Co-Chair: Yu-Tai Lee, Naval Surface Warfare Center

Chair: Stuart D. Jessup, Office of Naval Research; Co-Chair Yu-Tai Lee, Naval Surface Warfare Center

Chair: Dimitris E. Nikitopoulos, Louisianna State University

55083 Numerical Simulation of Bubble Formation in Co-Flowing Mercury

Ashraf Ibrahim,

Mark Wendel, David Felde and Bernard Riemer

55126 Numerical Prediction Method of Cavitation Erosion

Motohiko Nohmi, Yuka Iga and

Toshiaki Ikohagi

55338 High Speed SPIV Measurements in the LCC Facility

Ali Etebari

55166 Experimental Studies of Pressure Drop and Flow Instability in Evaporative Micro-channels

Hee Joon Lee, Dongyao Liu and S. C. Yao

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55123 Meniscus Shape and Optical Performance of a MEMS-Based Liquid Micro-Lens System

Shong-Leih Lee and

Chao-Fu Yang

55078 Prediction of Surface Roughness Effects on Centrifugal Compressor Performance

Tomoki Kawakubo, Ryusuke Numakura and Kanji Majima

55315 Infrared Global Laser Profilometry: Development and Applications

Jason Carneal

55175 Laser-Induced Fluorescence Thermometry for Joule Heating in AC Electrokinetic Chips

Stuart J. Williams, Pramod Chamarthy and Steven T. Wereley

55136 A Numerical Study on Flow Boiling in Parallel Microchannels

Jinho Jeon, Woorim Lee, ty

Youngho Suh and

Gihun Son

55061 Numerical Experiments with Solid Handling Pumps

Hitesh Jogiya and J T Kshirsagar

55313 Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) Measurements of Breaking Waves

Anne M. Fullerton and

Thomas C. Fu

55192 Single Droplet Impingement: Effect of Nanoparticles

Jian Shen, James Liburdy,

Deborah Pence and Vinod Narayanan

55137 Numerical Study of Droplet Motion in s Hydrophilic/Hydrophobic Micro-Channel

Jiyoung Choi and

Gihun Son

55240 Computation of Static and Dynamic Stresses of a Bulb Tubular Turbine

Yongyao Luo, Lingjiu Zhou,

Zhengwei Wang and Guangjie Peng

55316 Unsteady Bow Wave Dynamics of Simple Hull Geometries

Jason Carneal

55200 DNA Hybridization Enhancement in Microarrays Using AC-Electrothermal Flow

F. Bottausci, T. Neumann,

M.A. Mader, I. Mezic, L. Jaeger and M. Tirrell,

55245 The Alteration of Runner and Partial Vanes on a Fixed Blade Propeller Water Turbine

Basing on the Full Passage Simulation

Lanjin Zhang, Zhengwei Wang and

Liang Qin

55307 A New Methodology for the Evaluation of the Maneuvering Characteristics of Surface Ship Models

Joel T. Park, David D. Hayden, Joseph H. Kim and Mark P. Melendez

55219 Microfluidic Device for Synthesis of Lipid Bi-Layers

B.M.R.U. Banneyake and

Debjyoti Banerjee

3:30 – 4:00 pm Break

WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS /4:00 – 5:30

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

Session 2-4: Multiphase Flow and Turbulence

Session 20-4: Turbo CFD 4

Session 23-4: Fluid Measurements and Instrumentation- Flow Metrology

Session 25-4- Microfluidics - 4

Chair: Francine Battaglia, Virginia Tech ; Co-Chair: Malcolm Andrews, Los Alamos and Arturo Fernandez, CUA

Chair: Yu-Tai Lee, Naval Surface Warfare Center; Co-Chair: Brian York, CRAFT Tech.; Ashvin Hosangadi

Chair: Joel Park, Naval Surface Warfare Center; Co-Chair: Gerlad L. Morrison, Texas A&M University

Chair: Steve Wereley, Purdue University

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55026 An A Priori Study for the Modellingo of Subgrid-Scale Phenomena in the Interaction between a Liquid Sheet and a Decaying Turbulence

Pierre Trontin, Stephane Vincent, Jean-Luc Estivalezes and Jean-Paul Caltagirone

55232 Aerodynamic Study of Circumferential Grooves in a Transonic Axial Compressor

Chunill Hah, Martin Mueller and dt

Heinz-Peter Schiffer

55324 Characteristic Research of Sonic Nozzles Using Step-down Procedure in Low Reynolds Number

J.M. Lim, K.A. Park, B.H. Yoon and H.M. Choi

55214 Paper Microfluidics Platform for Gold Nano-Particle Synthesis

Debjyoti Banerjee

55156 Direct Numerical Simulation of the Motion of Particles Larger than the Kolmogorov Scale in a Homogeneous Isotropic Turbulence

Cedric Corre, Jean-Luc Estivalezes, Stephane Vincent and Olivier Simonin

55045 Numerical Simulation of the Unsteady Flow in a High-Head Pump Turbine and the Runner Improvement

Hongjuan Ran, Xianwu Luo,

Yao Zhang, Baotang Zhuang and

Hongyuan Xu

55147 Effect of Inlet Curvature on the Discharge Coefficients of Critical-Flow Venturi Nozzle with a Toroidal Throat in the Laminar-Turbulent Transition

Tatsuya Funaki, Masahiro Ishibashi

55216 Micro-Chamber Filling Experiments with Applications in Capillary Driven Microfluidics

Debjyoti Banerjee

55063 Numerical Simulation of Rayleigh-Taylor Instability with Two-Fluid Model and Interface Sharpening

Luka Štrubelj and

Iztok Tiselj

55242 Numerical Simulation of Traveling Bubble Cavitating Flow in a Francis Turbine

Lingjiu Zhou and Zhengwei Wang

55263 Study on Model of Measuring Flow Rate Basing on Ultrasonic Flow Meter in Complicated Flow Channel and Large Flow Condition

Yuan Zheng, Yu Huang and

Chen-guang Tong

55253 Gas-Liquid Flows in Flow Cells and Fracture Models

G. Ahmadi, D. Crandall and

D.H. Smith

55304 A Material Interface Transition Algorithm for Multiphase Flow

Marianne M. Francois, Robert B. Lowrie and

Edward D. Dendy

55228 Performance Improvement of a Vacuum Cleaner by Analysis of the Flow around Motor

J.W. Park and H.K. Park

55225 The Improved Ultrasonic Flow Measuring Method

Iryna Gryshanova

55294 Optimized High-Aspect-Ratio Diffusional Micromixers

Amit Maha, Vamsidhar Palaparthy, Steven A. Soper,

Michael C Murphy and

Dimitris E. Nikitopoulos

THURSDAY August 14, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

PARALLEL SESSONS / 9:00 – 10:30 am

Grand Ballroom 7

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

8th International Symposium on Numerical Methods for Multiphase Flows

Symposium on Transport Phenomena in Mixing

Forum on Fluid Measurements and Instrumentation

3rd Symposium on Flow Manipulation and Active Control

Session 2-5: Applications Related to Numerical Methods for Multiphase Flows

Session 11-1: Transport Phenomena in Mixing

Session 23-5: Fluid Measurements and Instrumentation- Multi-Phase Flow

Session 10-1: Flow Stability and Control

Chair: Malcolm Andrews, Los Alamos; Co-Chair: Francine Battaglia, Virginia Tech and Arturo Fernandez, CUA

Chair: Khaled Hammad, Dantec Dynamics; Co-Chair: Chao-Hsin Lin, The Boeing Company

Chair: Yassin A. Hassan, Texas A&M University; Co-Chair: Joel Park, Naval Surface Warfare Center

Chair: Hassan Peerhossaini, Laboratoire de Thermocinetique; Co-Chair: Mihir Sen, University of Notre Dame

55044 A Continuum Model for Simulating Mine Water Inflow and Gas Emission

D.P. Adhikary and H. Guo

55220 Air Entrainment Studies for a Supersonic Micro-Ejector System

Jason Tyll, George Papadopoulos, s

Alan Drake,Randy Chue,

John D. Williams and Paul C. Galambos

55043 Application of s Fiber Optic Probe to High Void Fraction Air/Water Flow

A.J. Pertzborn and W.C Smith

55092 Stability of Concave Boundary Layers-Overview of Stability Mechanism and

Recent Findings

L. Momayez, G. Delacourt,

P. Dupont and

H. Peerhossaini

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55119 Shape Optimization for Cryogenic Cavitating Flows past an Isolated Hydrofoil

Maria Grazia De Giorgi,

Pietro Marco Congedo,

Maria Giovanna Rodio and o

Antonio Ficarella

55013 Bubble Formation in a Large Scale System

Robert A. Leishear, Jeanne K. Bernards and Michael L. Restivo

55305 Annular Flow Experimental Study in Horizontal Pipes Using Radial Proximity Probes

Domitilo Libreros, Silva F. Sánchez, Mariscal I. Carvajal and G. Polupan

55076 Flow Control in Serpentine Inlet Duct Using Vortex Generator Jets

R. K. Sullerey and

S. Chandra

55100 Minimum Fluidization Velocity and Gas Holdup in Fluidized Beds with Side Port Air Injection

Nathan P. Franka, IJoshua B. Drake and Theodore J. Heindel

55120 Stretching Fields and Flow Mixing Enhancement of Rarified Gases in Micro-Grooved Channels by the Lattice Boltzmann Method

Amador M. Guzmán, Luis. E. Sanhueza, Andrés J. Díaz and

Rodrigo A. Escobar

55334 Estimation of Average Void Fraction for Gas-Liquid, Two-Phase Flow in an Industrial Nozzle Assembly Using a Quick-Closing-Valve

Mohammad A. Rahman, Johana Gomez, Ted Heidrick, Brian A. Fleck and Jennifer McMillan

55130 Active Flow Control of Separated Turbulent Flow over a Hump Using RANS, DES, and LES

Subhadeep Gan

55143 Euler-Euler Large-Eddy Simulation Approach for Non Isothermal Particle-Laden Turbulent Jet

Enrica Masi, Benoît Bedat, e

Mathieu Moreau and

Olivier Simonin

55267

An Active Micromixer Enhances Mixing by a Rotating Shuttlecock Rotor

Thien Xuan Dinh and Yoshifumi Ogami

55331 Predicting the Two-Phase Flow Patterns Implementing the Froude Number Correlation

Mohammad A. Rahman,

Ted Heidrick and Brian A. Fleck

55035 Computational and PIV Analysis of the Fluid Flow in a Channel with an Oscillating Finned Surface

Bolaji O. Olayiwola,

Gerhard Schaldach and

Peter Walzel

55028 Large-Eddy Turbulent Flow Simulation of a Komax Static Mixer

Ramin K. Rahmani, Theo G. Keith and Anahita Ayasoufi

10:30 – 11:00 Break

THURSDAY August 14, 2008

PARALLEL SESSONS /11:00 – 12:30

Grand Ballroom 8

City Terrace 11

City Terrace 12

Forum on Advances in Fluid Engineering Education

Session 6-1: Forum on Advances in Fluid Engineering Education

Session 23-6: Fluid Measurements and Instrumentation- Transient Flow

Session 10-2: Actuators and Drag Reduction

Chair: Ray Taghavi, University of Kansas; Co-Chair: Ganesh Raman, Illinois Institute of Tecnolgy

Chair: Kyung-AM Park, Korea research Institute of Standazrds and Science; Co-Chair: Joel Park, Naval Surface Warfare Center

Chair: Hassan Peerhossaini, Laboratoire de Thermocinetique; Co-Chair: Mihir Sen, University of Notre Dame

55250 A CRCD Course on Particle Transport, Deposition and Removal

Goodarz Ahmadi, Suresh Dhaniyala, John McLaughlin,

Cetin Cetinkaya, Stephen

Doheny-Farina and Fa-Gung Fan

55286 Study on Setting of One-Way Surge Tank in Long Water Supply Engineering

Jianyong Hu, Jian Zhang,

Weihua Lu and Shibo Ma

55027 Analysis and Modelisation of a Fluidic Actuator

Caroline Braud, Arthur Dyment,

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55108 Hands-On Water Purification Experiments Using the Adaptive Water Laboratory for Undergraduate Education and K-12 Outreach

Paul M. Boyle and Brent C. Houchens

55300 The Probability Distribution of the Relative Highest Water Level in Surge Tank of Waterpower Station

Yongzhong Zhu,Jian Zhang,

Yongsheng Yuan, Jieren Chen and Yuan Zheng

55020 Wall Normal Jet Produced by DBD Plasma Actuator with Doughnut-Shaped Electrode

Takehiko Segawa, Hiro Yoshida,

Shinya Takekawa, Timothy Jukes and Kwing-So Choi

55283Effects of Ice Formation on the Flowfield of an Aircraft Engine Inlet

Ray R. Taghavi and Wonjin Jin

55288 Computer Simulation of the Hydropower Stations with Long Pressurized Pipelines and Far Transmission Line

Jianxu Zhou and Chengmin Bi

55081 Drag Reduction for Blunt Body with Cross Flow by Extremum-Seeking Control

Nobuhiko Kamagata, Susumu Horio and Koichi Hishida

55053 Fluid Flow Modelling through Spatially Distributed Fracture Network

Shaik Abdul Ravoof

55261 Application of Pressure Regulating Valve in the Hydraulic Transients of Hydropower Plant

Jian Zhang, Shibo Ma,

Jianyong Hu and Xiaodong Yu

55093 Effects of Car Inclination on Air Flow and Aerothermal Behavior in the Underhood Compartment

Mahmoud Khaled,

Fabien Harambat and

Hassan Peerhossaini

55054 Integrated-Tensor Approach for Fluid Flow in Stress Sensitive-Spatially Distributed Fractured Medium

Shaik Abdul Ravoof

55262 Study on Field Test and Simulating Calculation Following Load Rejections of Tongbai Pumped Storage Power Station

Jian Zhang, Delou Wang,

Jianyong Hu Jie and

Zhou Jie Fang

Energy Nano Track Chairs

Program Committee:
Zhixi Bian, UC Santa Cruz
Theodorian Borca-Tasciuc, RPI
Alexander Fridman, Drexel
Uwe Kortshagen, Univ Minnesota
Jennifer Lukes, Univ Penn
Navin Manjooran, Siemens AG, Power Generation
Arumugam Manthiram, UT Austin
M. Pinar Menguc, Univ Kentucky
Ryan O'Hayre, Colorado School of Mines
Laurent Pilon, UCLA
Dimos Poulikakos, ETH Zurich
Friedrich B. Prinz, Stanford
Ali Shakouri, UC Santa Cruz
Yang Shao-Horn, MIT
David S. Sholl, CMU
Sebastian Volz, Ecole Centrale Paris
Xianfan Xu, Purdue
Xinbing Zhao, Zhejiang University, China

Track 1 Nanotechnology for Solar Energy Utilization(Track)

Track Chair: Uwe Kortshagen, University of Minnesota
Track Co-Chair: M. Pinar Menguc, University of Kentucky

Track 2 Nanotechnology for Energy Storage(Track)

Track Chair: ARUMUGAM MANTHIRAM

Track Co-Chair: Ryan O'Hayre, Colorado School of Mines

Track 3 Nanotechnology for Efficient Energy Conversion(Track)

Track Chair: Ali Shakouri

Track Co-Chair: Zhixi Bian, University of California Santa Cruz

Track 4 Fundamental Issues of Nanoscale Energy Carrier Transport and Interaction(Track)

Track Chair: Jennifer Lukes, University of Pennsylvania
Track Co-Chair: Laurent Pilon, University of California, Los Angeles

Track 5 Nanotechnology for Carbon Capture(Track)

Track Chair: David Sholl, Georgia Institute of Technology

Track 6 Industry/Commercialization Track(Track)

Track Chair: Navin Manjooran

NOTES

MONDAY August 11, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:00 am

Grand Ballroom 4&5Plenary: The Role of Nuclear Energy in Our Future
Dr. Kathryn A. McCarthy, Idaho National Laboratory

9:00 – 10:10 am

Track 2 Nanotechnology for Energy Storage

(Chairs: Arumugam Manthiram, UT Austin; Ryan O'Hayre, Colorado School of Mines)

2_1 Keyotes (Chairs: Arumugam Manthiram, UT Austin; Ryan O'Hayre, Colorado School of Mines)

53081 Architectural Design, 1D Walls, 3D Plumbing, and Interior Design en route to Scaleable 3D Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures for Energy Storage

Debra Rolison

53083 Nanocomposites: Opening The Door to New Concepts in Energy Storage

Glenn G. Amatucci

10:10 – 10:20 Break

10:20 – 11:50 pm

Track 2 Nanotechnology for Energy Storage

(Chairs: Arumugam Manthiram, UT Austin; Ryan O'Hayre, Colorado School of Mines)

2_2 Batteries, Fuel Cells and Related Technologies (Chairs: Ryan O'Hayre, Colorado School of Mines; Arumugam Manthiram, UT Austin)

53078 Enhancement of Pt-Based Catalysts via N-Doped Carbon Supports

Ryan O’Hayre, Yingke Zhou, Robert Pasquarelli, Joe Berry

and David Ginley

53071 Low Cost Palladium-based Nanoalloy catalysts for Fuel Cells

Arumugam Manthiram

53029 A Computational Study of Catalytic Platinum Nanoparticles with and without OH Chemisorption during Reactions

Mikhail Sekachev, Cheng-Xian (Charlie) Lin, Zhiyu Hu and Don Dareing

53042 Structural and Electrochemical Studies on Thin-Film Yttria-Doped Zirconia Electrolytes for Microscale Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Alex C. Johnson and Shriram Ramanathan

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53002 Forced Unsteady-state, Variable Volume Membrane Reactor: New Scalable Technology for Distributed Hydrogen Production

David Damm, Andrei Fedorov

53070 Rapid Mirowave-solvothermal Synthesis of Nanostructured Phospho-Olivines for Energy Storage

Arumugam Manthiram

Terrace Pavilion

12:05 – 1:00 pm Lunch

Grand Ballroom 4&5Plenary: Thirty Years of Naval Propulsor Hydrodynamic

Research at the Naval Surface Warfare Center,

Carderock Division

Dr. Stuart Jessup, Naval Surface Warfare Center

MONDAY August 11, 2008

1:00 – 2:00

OrlandoPlenary: Multiple Exciton Generation in Semiconductor Quantum Dots and Novel Molecules:

Applications to Third Generation Solar Photon Conversion

Arthur Nozik, National Renewable Energy Laboratory & University of Colorado

2:00 – 3:40

Track 5 Nanotechnology for Carbon Capture

(Chair: David S. Sholl, Georgia Tech)

5_1 Keynotes Presentations (Chair: David S. Sholl, Georgia Tech; Georgia Tech)

53089 A Tutorial in Carbon Dioxide Capture Technologies John Kitchin

53084 Design of a Stable, Low Cost, Nanostructured Aminopolymer-Silica Hybrid Materials for Post-Combustion CO2 Capture

Christopher W. Jones

53026 Carbon Dioxide Capture from Flue Gas Using Ionic Liquids: A Combined Molecular Modeling and Experimental Study

Edward Maginn

3:40 – 3:50 Break

PARALLEL SESSONS / 3:50 – 5:20 pm

Track 5 Nanotechnology for Carbon Capture

(Chair: David S. Sholl, Andrei G. Fedorov, Georgia Tech)

Track 4 Fundamental Issues of Nanoscale Energy Carrier Transport and Conversion

(Chairs: Jennifer Lukes, Univ Penn; Laurent Pilon, UCLA)

5_2 Contributed Presentations (Chair: David S. Sholl, Andrei G. Fedorov, Georgia Tech)

4_2 One-Dimensional Transport (Chair: Jennifer Lukes)

53014 Grain Boundary Diffusion of Hydrogen in Nano-Structured Pd/Ag Alloy Membranes (15 minute contributed)

Logan S. McLeod, Levent F. Degertekin and Andrei G. Fedorov

53064 Thermal Rectification by Ballistic Phonons

John Miller, Wanyoung Jang, and Chris Dames

53061 Screening of Nanoporous

Membranes for Carbon Dioxide SeparationsUsing Atomically-detailed Simulations (15 minute contributed)

David Sholl

53006 Thermal Conductivity of Polyethylene Chains

Using Molecular Dynamics Simulations

Asegun Henry, and Gang Chen

53028 Thermal Conductance of Individual Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes

Michael T. Pettes and Li Shi

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53053 Thermal Diffusivity of Electrospun Polymer Nanowires

Alexis Abramson

53085 Transport Variations in Metal Molecule Junctions

Jonathan Malen

53011 Self-Healing in an Aluminum Alloy Reinforced with Microtubes

Jose Martinez Lucci, R.S. Amano, Pradeep Rohatgi and

Benjamin Schultz

6:00-7:30

Grand Ballroom 4 and 5Max Jacob Memorial Award

TUESDAY August 12, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:00 am

Grand Ballroom 4&5Plenary: The Carbon Journey – The Nation’s Need to Reduce

Emissions and Increase Energy Security

J. Michael Davis, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

9:00 – 10:40 am

Track 1 Nanotechnology for Solar Energy Utilization

(Chairs: Uwe Kortshagen, Univ Minnesota; M. Pinar Menguc, Univ Kentucky)

1_1 Keynote Presentations (Chairs: Uwe Kortshagen, Univ Minnesota; M. Pinar Menguc, Univ Kentucky)

53021 In-situ Formation and Hydrolysis of Zn Nanoparticles for H3 Production via a 2-step Solar thermochemical Cycle

Aldo Steinfeld

53018 Nanostructured Materials for Advanced Energy Conversion and Storage

Yiying Wu

53072 ZnO Nanowire Dye Sensitized Solar Cells

Jason B. Baxter

10:40 – 10:50 Break

PARALLEL SESSONS / 10:50 – 12:05 pm

Track 1 Nanotechnology for Solar Energy Utilization

(Chairs: Uwe Kortshagen, Univ Minnesota; M. Pinar Menguc, Univ Kentucky)

Track 4 Fundamental Issues of Nanoscale Energy Carrier Transport and Conversion

(Chairs: Jennifer Lukes, Univ Penn; Laurent Pilon, UCLA)

1_2 Contributed Presentations (Chairs: M. Pinar Menguc, Univ Kentucky; Uwe Kortshagen, Univ Minnesota)

4_3 Interfacial Phenomena (Chair:Laurent Pilon, UCLA)

53034 Photo-Enhanced Thermionic Emission from Potassium-Intercalated Carbon Nanotube Arrays

Tyler L. Westover, Timothy S. Fisher, Aaron D. Franklin and Ronald G. Reifenberger

53036 Nano-Droplet Impact on a Homogenous Surface Using Molecular Dynamics

Shalabh C. Maroo and Jacob N. Chung

53056 Surface-Plasmon Enhanced Near-Bandgap Light Absorption in Silicon Photovoltaics

Lu Hu, Xiaoyuan Chen and Gang Chen

53058 A Molecular Dynamics Study on Effects of Nanostructural Clearances on Thermal Resistance at an Interface between Liquid and Solid

Masahiko Shibahara and Kiyoshi Takeuchi

53074 Hybrid Solar Cells from Polymers and Silicon Nanocrystals

Chin-Yi Liu, Uwe Kortshagen

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3049 Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Interfacial Thermal Resistance of Nanofins

Navdeep Singh, V.U. Unnikrishnan, J.N. Reddy and

Debjyoti Banerjee

53075 Doped Silicon Nanocrystal Inks for Solution-Processed Solar Cells

Xiaodong Pi, Ross Cram, David Rowe, Uwe Kortshagen

53082 Water-Evaporation Characteristics of Nano-Structure Surface

Shin-ichi Satake and Jun Taniguchi

53076 Seed-Induced Recrystallization of Amorphous Si Films with Embedded Si Nanocrystals

Curtis Anderson, Uwe Kortshagen

53054 Understanding Thermal Contact Resistance between Nanoparticles: a Molecular Dynamics Study

Sebastian Volz, Gilberto Domingues, Jean-Numa Gillet and

Yann Chalopin

Terrace Pavilion1

2:05 – 1:00 pm Lunch

TUESDAY August 12, 2008

Orlando

1:00 – 2:00Plenary: Energy Research: Opportunities and Challenges

Mildred Dresselhaus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Grand Ballroom 4&5

1:00 – 2:00 Plenary: Energy for Sustainability

Trung Van Nguyen, National Science Foundation

2:00 – 3:10

Track 6 Industry/Commercialization Track

(Chair: Navin Manjooran, Siemens AG, Power Generation)

PANEL A: Industrial Adoption of Energy Nanotechnology: Past, Present, and Future

Moderator: Dr. Navin Manjooran, Research and Management, Siemens AG

Panelists:

Mr. Andrew Wang, Vice President (Product Development), Integran Technologies Inc.

Mr. Mike Leibowitz, Chair and Administrator, US Technology Advisory Group

(Nanotechnology)

Mr. Robert Shannon, Manager, Siemens Fossil Power Generation

3:10 – 3:20 Break

3:20 – 4:20

PANEL B: Inventing to the Market in Energy Nanotechnology

Moderator: David Danielson, Senior Associate, General Catalyst Partners

Panelists:

Matthew Trevithick, Partner, Venrock;

Dr. Daniel Wolfe, CFO/Managing Director, Harris & Harris;

Peter Hebert, Co-Founder/Managing Partner, Lux Capital)

4:20 – 4:30 Break

4:30 – 5:30

PANEL C: Plenty of Room at the Bottom – Nanotechnology Deployment from the Bottom Up: the Energy Nanotechnology Startup

Moderator: David Danielson, Senior Associate, General Catalyst Partners

Panelists:

Professor Gang Chen, MIT (Co-Founder, GMZ Energy – thermoelectrics);

Professor Mike Naughton, Boston College (Co-Founder/CTO, Solasta – solar);

Dr. Dennis Flood (Co-Founder/CTO, Vanguard Solar – solar))

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6:00 – 7:30

Grand Ballroom 4 and 5 Awards Banquet

WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

7:00 – 8:00 am

Terrace Pavilion Author's Breakfast

General Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 9:10 am

Grand Ballroom Plenary: Molecular Dynamic Simulation of Liquid Argon Film

Evaporation and Colloidal Adsorption Characteristics in a Nanochannel

J. N. Chung, University of Florida

9:00 – 10:40 am

Track 3 Nanotechnology for Efficient Energy Conversion (Chairs: Ali Shakouri, UC Santa Cruz; Zhixi Bian, UC Santa Cruz)

3_1 Keynotes (Chair: Zhixi Bian, UC Santa Cruz)

53005 Nanogenerators for Self-Powered Nanotechnology

Zhong Lin (Z.L.) Wang

53023 Metal/Semiconductor Superlattices as Thermoelectric

Metamaterials for High-Temperature Direct Thermal Energy

Conversion

Timothy D. Sands

53057 Nanostructured Thermoelectric Materials, Devices, and

Their Potential Applications

Gang Chen

10:40 – 10:50 Break

PARALLEL SESSONS / 10:50 – 11:50 pm

Track 3 Nanotechnology for Efficient Energy Conversion (Chairs: Ali Shakouri, UC Santa Cruz; Zhixi Bian, UC Santa Cruz)

Track 4 Fundamental Issues of Nanoscale Energy Carrier Transport and Conversion

(Chairs: Jennifer Lukes, Univ Penn; Laurent Pilon, UCLA)

3_2 Theory and Modeling of Thermoelectric Energy Conversion (Chair: Zhixi Bian, UC Santa Cruz)

4_4 Fundamental Transport Processes (Chair:Laurent Pilon, UCLA)

53003 Modeling the Thermoelectric Properties of Nanocomposites

Austin Minnich, Daryoosh Vashaee and Gang Chen

53022 Monte Carlo Modeling of Phonon Transport Using Scattering Phase Functions

Neil Zuckerman and Jennifer R. Lukes

53040 Multiscale Simulations of Thermoelectric Properties of PBTE

Bo Qiu, Hua Bao and Xiulin Ruan

53055 Fundamental Study of Energy Transport in Energy Conversion Materials via Ultrafast Coherent Phonon Excitation

Xianfan Xu

53052 Thermal Modeling of Atomic-Scale Three-Dimensional Phononic Crystals for Thermoelectric Applications

Jean-Numa Gillet, Yann Chalopin and Sebastian Volz

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3016 Spatial and Temporal Coherent Emission from a Fabry-Perot Resonance Cavity

Bong Jae Lee

53062 Optimization Method for a PV-TE Hybrid System

Daniel Kraemer, Lu Hu, Andy Muto,Matteo Chiesa and

Gang Chen

53004 Near-Field Radiation between a Sphere and Substrates of Different Materials

Sheng Shen, Arvind Narayanaswamy and Gang Chen

Terrace Pavilion

12:05 – 1:00 pm Lunch

Grand Ballroom 4&5Plenary: Energy for Sustainability

Trung Van Nguyen, National Science Foundation

WEDNESDAY August 13, 2008

2:00 – 3:40

Track 4 Fundamental Issues of Nanoscale Energy Carrier Transport and Conversion

(Chairs: Jennifer Lukes, Univ Penn; Laurent Pilon, UCLA)

4_1 Keynotes (Chair: Jennifer Lukes)

53024 Fundamental Modeling of Transport Processes in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells

Yun Wang

53033 Engineering Radiative Heat Transfer at Nanoscale Using Surface Waves

Emmanuel Rousseau, Marine Laroche, Jean-Jacques Greffet

53050 Electron-Phonon Interaction and Joule Heating In Nanostructures

Eric Pop

3:40 – 3:50 Break

PARALLEL SESSONS / 3:50 – 4:50 pm

Track 3 Nanotechnology for Efficient Energy Conversion

Track 4 Fundamental Issues of Nanoscale Energy Carrier Transport and Conversion

(Chairs: Jennifer Lukes, Univ Penn; Laurent Pilon, UCLA)

3_3 Synthesis and Characterization of Thermoelectric Materials (Chair: Zhixi Bian, UC Santa Cruz)

4_5 Transport Phenomena in Devices and Fabrication (Chair:Laurent Pilon, UCLA)

53008 Characterization of Thermoelectric Properties and Power Generation Efficiency

of Thermoelectric Materials

A. Muto, D. Kraemer, Q. Hao, A. Minnich, G. Chen, B. Poudel,

Yi Ma, Bo Yu and Z.F. Ren

53015 Modeling and Designing a Device using MuGFETs

Vijay kumar, Derick Engles and S. Malik

53044 Synthesis and Thermoelectric Properties of High-Purity Indium Antimonide Nanowires with Oxide-Free Surface

Jae Hun Seol, Yong J. Lee, Feng Zhou, Arden L. Moore, Li Shi

53025 A Two-Temperature Model of Narrow-Body Silicon Transistors under Steady State and Transient Operation

Zhun-Yong Ong and Eric Pop

53038 Development of a Scanning Transient Harman Method for Thermoelectric Properties Characterization

Eduardo E. Castillo and Theodorian Borca-Tasciuc

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3047 Carbon Nanotube Synthesis on Heated Scanning Probes Using Dip Pen Techniques

Debjyoti Banerjee

53048 Carbon Nanotube Synthesis using Thermal Scanning Microscopy Probe

Debjyoti Banerjee

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SUNDAY, August 10


Boardroom 1 2:30-4:00pm HTD EC (Closed)
Boardroom 1 4:00-5:30pm HTD EC (Open)
Boardroom 2 4:00 - 5:00 FED EC
Boardroom 2 5:00 – 6:30 FED EC with TC Chairs and Vice Chairs
Boardroom 1 5:30-7:00pm HTD Membership Development and Recognition
Boardroom 3 6:00-7:00pm Electronic Packaging Track/Topic Organizers
Boardroom 1 8:30-10:00pm HTD 2009 IMECE Planning

MONDAY, August 11


Boardroom 2 9:00 – 11:00am FED EC with ASME Staff
Boardroom 1 11:00am-1:00pm Max Jakob Board of Award
Boardroom 1 2:00-3:30pm HTD ASME/ISHMT Conference Planning
Boardroom 2 3:30-5:00pm HTD K-12
Boardroom 3 3:30-5:00pm HTD K-10
Boardroom 4 4:00-5:30pm 2009 SHTC Planning
Boardroom 1 3:30 – 4:30pm FED Honors/Awards
Grand Ballroom 3 3:30 – 5:30pm FED EC

Grand Ballroom 2 3:30-4:30 PM JFE Editorial Board

Boardroom 2 5:30 – 7:00pm FED CFDTC
Boardroom 3 5:30 – 7:00pm FED FMITC
Boardroom 4 6:30 – 8:00pm FED FASTC
Boardroom 1 6:30 – 8:00pm FED FMTC
Boardroom 2 7:30 – 9:00pm FED MFTC
Boardroom 3 7:30 – 9:00pm FED MNFDTC
City Terrace10 7:30-9:00pm HTD K-15
City Terrace 11 8:00-9:30pm HTD K-19
City Terrace 12 8:00-9:30pm HTD K-22

Boardroom 1 10:30am – 12:30pm FED EC
Boardroom 2 10:30am – 12:00pm HTD 2011 ASME/JSME/KSME Planning
Boardroom 3 11:00am-12:00pm HTD 2008 IMECE Planning
Boardroom 1 2:00-3:30pm HTD K-3 Honors and Awards Committee
Boardroom 2 2:30-4:00pm HTD K-11
Boardroom 3 4:30 – 5:30pm FED YEP
Boardroom 1 8:00-10:00pm JHT Board of Associate Editors
Boardroom 2 8:30-10:00pm HTD K-8
Boardroom 4 8:30-10:00pm HTD K-13
Boardroom 3 8:30-10:00pm HTD K-20

Boardroom 1 9:00 – 10:30am FED EC with JSME/KSME
Boardroom 2 9:00 – 10:30am HTD K-5
Boardroom 3 10:30am-12:00pm Council of Past HTD Chairs
Boardroom 4 10:30 – 11:30am FED Advisory Board
Boardroom 1 11:00am-1:00pm HTD K-6
Boardroom 2 11:30 – 1:00pm FED EC Calls Review
Boardroom 1 2:00 – 3:30pm FED EC with TC Chairs Calls Submission
Boardroom 2 2:00 – 3:30pm HTD K-2
Boardroom 3 2:00-3:30pm HTD/ICHMT Conference Planning

THURSDAY, August 14

Boardroom 1 10:30am – 12:00pm FED EC wrap-up

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SUNDAY AUGUST 10, 2008

Boardroom 4 9-11 AM ASME SED Division Technical Committee Meeting
Boardroom 4 11 AM – 1 PM ASME JSEE Editorial Board Meeting
Boardroom 4 3 PM – 5 PM Opening Ceremony 
Boardroom 4 7:30AM-4:30 PM AED CHP Workshop

MONDAY, AUGUST 11

City Terrace 8 6:30-10:30 PM SED Technical and Executive Committees Meetings

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13

Boardroom 4 6:30-8:00 PM Business Meetings

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