3rd ILASS-Americas 1989 in Irvine, CA

Recent Conference Papers

Program - Tuesday May 16, 1989

Session I: Instrumentation/Methods
Session Chair - Lee Dodge

  • Quantitative Vapor/Liquid Visualization of a Spray Using Exciplex-Based DiagnosticsA.A. Rotunno, M. Winter and G.M. Dobbs, United Technologies Research Center, L.A. Melton, University of Texas at Dallas.

  • A Comparison of the Frequency Spectra of Three Swirling Two-Phase FlowsR.C. Rudoff, A. Brena de la Rosa, and W.D. Bachalo, Aerometrics, Inc.

  • A laser Diagnostic Technique for Spray Quality MeasurementsD.L. Dietrich and N.P. Cernansky, Drexel University, H. Sarv, Babcock and Wilcox.

  • Experimental Comparisons Between the P/DPA and PMS Particle Sizing InstrumentsP. Taylor and C. Heberer, Failure Analysis Associates, W. Yates, University of California, Davis

  • Malvern Particle Size Measurements in Media with Time Varying Index of Refraction GradientsB.H. Miles, G.B. King and P.E. Sojka, Purdue University

  • Shadow Spectrometer Measurements of Droplet Sizes from Air-Atomizing Spray Nozzles X.Q. Qian and R.J. Schultz, University of Tennessee Space Institute.

  • The Effect of Spray Evaporation on Values of Mean Drop Diameter J.M. Cohen, United Technologies Research Center.
  • Session II: Modeling
    Session Chair - Rolf Reitz

  • A Computational Fluid Dynamics Approach to Jet Blast Atomization Studies W.A. Sirigana and R.H. Rangel, University of California, Irvine

  • A Status Report on Numerical Modeling for Primary Atomization of Liquid Jets A.J. Przekwas, S.G. Chuech and A.K. Singhal, CFD Research Corporation

  • Comparison of Computed and Measured Droplet Velocities, Sizes, and Air Motion in an Isothermal Fuel Spray A.A. Amsden, T.D. Butler, P.J. O'Rourke and L.R. Stein, Los Alamos National Laboratory

  • Mechanism of Atomization D.J. Kan and S.P. Lin, Clarkson University

  • Measurements and Predictions of a Water Spray from an Air-Assist Nozzle D.L. Bulzan, NASA Lewis Research Center, S.K. Aggarwal and S. Chitre, University of Illinois at Chicago.
  • Session III: Rapid Solidification
    Session Chair - E.J. Crosby

  • Rapid Solidification of Advanced Materials Using Molten Metal Atomization Technique E.J. Lavernia, University of California, Irvine.

  • Laser Diffraction Measurements in an Inert Gas Metal Atomizer C.Presser, F. Biancanietllo, S.D. Riedder and H.G. Semerjian, National Institute of Standards and Technology.
  • Program - Wednesday May 16, 1989
    Session IV: Spray Coatings
    Session Chair - Albert S. Orr

  • Spray Coating with Compressed Air Atomizers A.S. orr, DeVilbiss Company

  • Modeling Spray/Wall Impingment R.D. Reitz. General Motors Research Laboratories

  • Rotary Atomizers Bell Design and Evaluation R. Weinstein, DeVilbiss Company
  • Session V: Agricultural Sprays
    Session Chair - Roger Tate

  • Agricultural Spray Atomization: Nozzles, Formulation and Environment Concerns N.B. Akesson, University of California, Davis.

  • Heat Transfer from High Pressure Ethyl Glycol Sprays Produced by Fan Jet Airless Pressure Nozzles C.N. Vrakas, Tano Corporation, and W.S. Janna, Memphis State University.

  • Helicopter Spray Modeling and Experimental Validation A.J. Bilanin, M.E. Teste and J.W. Barry, Continum Dynamics, Inc. and R.B. Ekblad, USDA Forest Service MTDC.,/i>
  • Session VI: Spray Behavior
    Session Chair - J.W. Sager

  • Aerated Atomization of High Voscosity Newtonian H.N. Buckner, P.E. Sojka and A.H. Lefebvre, Purdue University

  • Atomization of Viscous Newtonian Liquids Using Twin-Fluid Atomizers S.C. Tsai, B. Viers and D. Botts, California State University, Long Beach.

  • Spray Characteristics of Throttle Body Fuel Injection J.E. Kirwan, J.A. Drallmeier, R.E. Coverdill and J.E. Peters. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

  • Drop Formation from Expanding Jets in Immiscible Liquid Systems Dr. T. Kumar Das, Weyerhaeuser Technology Center, Prof. A. Bright, Harvey Mudd College and Dr. M.M. Anwar, Teessid Polytechnic.

  • Polydisperse Atomizer of Known Drop Size for Calibrating Spray Measurement Systems J. Dressler, Fluid Jet Associates, Gill Kramer, Textron Lycoming
  • Session VII: Gas Turbine
    Session Chair - Gil Kramer

  • Examination of the Two-Phase Flow from an Air-Blast Atomizer Under Reacting and Non-Reacting Conditions V.G.McDonell and G.S. Samuelsen, University of California, Irvine

  • The Influence of Sonic Air Flows on Liquid Atomization of Airblast Atomizers K.D. Kihm, Texas A&M University, and N. Chigier, Carnegie Mellon University

  • Coal Gassification Slurry Atomizing Nozzle Development C.W. Lipp, Dow Chemical Company