Konstantinos Konstantinidis

Doctoral Student at Fluid Dynamics

Konstantinos is a PhD student within the field of multiphase fluid dynamics. His research focuses on numerical simulations of drops at micro scale. More specifically, he aims to model the self-cleaning of superhydrophobic surfaces from dirt particles upon merging of drops that are attached on the surface. In micro scale the merged drop tends to jump away from the surface, removing the particles from it. By the characterization of such surfaces, the cleaning processes in heat-exchangers can be improved.

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Coalescence-induced jumping of microdroplets on superhydrophobic surfaces – A numerical study

Konstantinos Konstantinidis, Johan Göhl, Andreas Mark et al
Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering. Vol. 100 (12, Special Issue Article), p. 3517-3530
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Coalescence-induced jumping of droplets from superhydrophobic surfaces - the effect of contact-angle hysteresis

Konstantinos Konstantinidis, Johan Göhl, Andreas Mark et al
Physics of Fluids. Vol. 34 (11)
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