N.G. Deen
N.G. Deen
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Review of discrete particle modeling of fluidized beds
NG Deen, MVS Annaland, MA Van der Hoef, JAM Kuipers
Chemical engineering science 62 (1-2), 28-44, 2007
8262007
Numerical simulation of dense gas-solid fluidized beds: a multiscale modeling strategy
MA van der Hoef, M van Sint Annaland, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Annu. Rev. Fluid Mech. 40, 47-70, 2008
5752008
Numerical simulation of gas bubbles behaviour using a three-dimensional volume of fluid method
M van Sint Annaland, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Chemical engineering science 60 (11), 2999-3011, 2005
3732005
Large eddy simulation of the gas–liquid flow in a square cross-sectioned bubble column
NG Deen, T Solberg, BH Hjertager
Chemical engineering science 56 (21-22), 6341-6349, 2001
3272001
Influence of rolling friction on single spout fluidized bed simulation
C Goniva, C Kloss, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers, S Pirker
Particuology 10 (5), 582-591, 2012
3082012
Numerical simulation of the dynamic flow behavior in a bubble column: a study of closures for turbulence and interface forces
D Zhang, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Science 61 (23), 7593-7608, 2006
2902006
Flow regimes in a spout–fluid bed: A combined experimental and simulation study
JM Link, LA Cuypers, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Science 60 (13), 3425-3442, 2005
2512005
Energy absorption during compression and impact of dry elastic-plastic spherical granules
S Antonyuk, S Heinrich, J Tomas, NG Deen, MS Van Buijtenen, ...
Granular Matter 12 (1), 15-47, 2010
1942010
Multi-scale modeling of dispersed gas–liquid two-phase flow
NG Deen, M van Sint Annaland, JAM Kuipers
Chemical engineering science 59 (8-9), 1853-1861, 2004
1842004
Direct numerical simulation of flow and heat transfer in dense fluid–particle systems
NG Deen, SHL Kriebitzsch, MA van der Hoef, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Science 81, 329-344, 2012
1812012
Detailed modeling of hydrodynamics, mass transfer and chemical reactions in a bubble column using a discrete bubble model
D Darmana, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Chemical engineering science 60 (12), 3383-3404, 2005
1472005
Numerical simulation of behavior of gas bubbles using a 3‐D front‐tracking method
M van Sint Annaland, W Dijkhuizen, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
AIChE Journal 52 (1), 99-110, 2006
1412006
Ensemble correlation PIV applied to bubble plumes rising in a bubble column
E Delnoij, J Westerweel, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers, WPM van Swaaij
Chemical Engineering Science 54 (21), 5159-5171, 1999
1411999
On the drag force of bubbles in bubble swarms at intermediate and high Reynolds numbers
I Roghair, YM Lau, NG Deen, HM Slagter, MW Baltussen, MVS Annaland, ...
Chemical engineering science 66 (14), 3204-3211, 2011
1352011
Development of an image measurement technique for size distribution in dense bubbly flows
YM Lau, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Science 94, 20-29, 2013
1232013
Flow generated by an aerated Rushton impeller: two‐phase PIV experiments and numerical simulations
NG Deen, T Solberg, BH Hjertager
The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 80 (4), 1-15, 2002
1202002
Validation of a discrete particle model in a 2D spout‐fluid bed using non‐intrusive optical measuring techniques
J Link, C Zeilstra, N Deen, H Kuipers
The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 82 (1), 30-36, 2004
1182004
Review of direct numerical simulation of fluid–particle mass, momentum and heat transfer in dense gas–solid flows
NG Deen, E Peters, JT Padding, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Science 116, 710-724, 2014
1172014
Parallelization of an Euler–Lagrange model using mixed domain decomposition and a mirror domain technique: Application to dispersed gas–liquid two-phase flow
D Darmana, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Journal of Computational Physics 220 (1), 216-248, 2006
1172006
Two-and four-way coupled Euler–Lagrangian large-eddy simulation of turbulent particle-laden channel flow
B Vreman, BJ Geurts, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers, JGM Kuerten
Flow, turbulence and combustion 82 (1), 47-71, 2009
1032009
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