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Assistant Professor at the Energy Department of the School of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP). Professor and Researcher at ALFA Group (Artificial Lift and Flow Assurance Group) of UNICAMP. Bachelor's in Mechatronics Engineering by the Engineering School of Sao Carlos (EESC) from University of Sao Paulo (2008). Dr. in Mechanical Engineering by the University of Sao Paulo (2013). Has experience in Mechanical Engineering, focusing on Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer, acting on the following subjects: multiphase flows, stability analysis of separated phases flows, mathematical models applied to multiphase flows, flow assurance and heat transfer applied to flow assurance. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
In many natural and industrial processes one can observe multiphase flows. Considering only gas-liquid andliquid-liquid mixtures, a geometric configuration that frequently occurs is the separated flow patterns. It isformed by the annular and stratified flow patterns. The former have been suggested as profitable alternativefor the transport and artificial elevation of highly viscous oils...
In many natural and industrial processes one can observe multiphase flows. Considering only gas-liquid and liquid-liquid mixtures, a geometric configuration that frequently occurs is the separated flow patterns. It is formed by the annular and stratified flow patterns. The former have been suggested as profitable alternative for the transport and artificial elevation of highly viscous o...
Two-phase flows are observed in numerous natural and industrial processes, being composed of two immiscible phases arranged in various geometric configurations or flow patterns. In the industrial case the major focus, since the 1940s has been the gas-liquid flows, common in the nuclear and refrigeration industry. However, with the development of the oil and food industry, liquid-liquid ...
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CASTRO, Marcelo Souza de. Fenômeno de transição espacial do escoamento óleo pesado-água no padrão estratificado. Tese (Doutorado) - Escola de Engenharia de São Carlos. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Carlos. (10/03254-5)