Ananda Subramani Kannan

Doktorand at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Fluid Dynamics

Ananda Subramani Kannan is a Doctoral student at the multiphase flow group within the division of fluid dynamics. His research interests encompass both fluid-fluid and particle-fluid systems with an extended focus on numerical model development. Since February 2016, he has been working on his PhD project entitled – 'A continuum model for Brownian motion in rarefied gas-solid flows'. This work is based on theoretical derivations combined with numerical investigations (using an Immmersed boundary method). The models developed would be applied for studying PM deposition in vehicle after-treatment systems.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2016–2019

A continuum model for Brownian motion in rarefied gas-solid flows

Henrik Ström Fluid Dynamics
Ananda Subramani Kannan Fluid Dynamics
Srdjan Sasic Fluid Dynamics
Jonas Sjöblom Combustion
Swedish Research Council (VR)

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Publications

2017

Design and performance optimization of gravity tables using a combined CFD-DEM framework

Flemming Dam, Klas Jareteg, Jens Michael Carstensen et al
Journal of Logic and Computation. Vol. 318, p. 423-440
Journal article
2017

State Estimation of the Performance of Gravity Tables Using Multispectral Image Analysis

Srdjan Sasic, Jens Michael Carstensen, Ananda Subramani Kannan et al
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, p. 471-480
Paper in proceedings
2017

Assessment of pore diffusion in a micro-channel using an immersed boundary method

Fredrik Edelvik, Gaetano Sardina, Ananda Subramani Kannan et al
Paper in proceedings
2016

Segregation phenomena in gravity separators: A combined numerical and experimental study

Ananda Subramani Kannan, Jens Michael Carstensen, Srdjan Sasic et al
Journal of Logic and Computation. Vol. 301, p. 679-693
Journal article
2016

A study of the performance of pilot scale gravity sorters using a CFD-DEM computational framework

Srdjan Sasic, Ananda Subramani Kannan, Jens Michael Carstensen et al
Conference contribution
2015

Studies of grain segregation patterns on a Destoner using a CFD-DEM approach

Peter Thorn, Srdjan Sasic, Ananda Subramani Kannan et al
Paper in proceedings
2015

CFD-DEM studies of grain segregation patterns on a conceptual destoner

Jacob Lund, Jens Michael Carstensen, Srdjan Sasic et al
Paper in proceedings
2015

Studies of grain segregation patterns on a Destoner using a CFD-DEM approach

Srdjan Sasic, Michael Adsetts Edberg Hansen, Jens Michael Carstensen et al
WIT Transactions on Engineering Sciences. Vol. 89, p. 287 - 298
Paper in proceedings
2014

Experimental validation of particulate matter (PM) capture in open substrates

Houman Ojagh, Ananda Subramani Kannan, Henrik Ström et al
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 53 (9), p. 3749-3752
Journal article
2014

Modelling of Particulate Matter Transformations and Capture Efficiency

Ananda Subramani Kannan, Henrik Ström, Houman Ojagh et al
Journal of Logic and Computation. Vol. 92 (9), p. 1542-1551
Journal article
2013

Modelling of particulate matter transformations and capture efficiency

Ananda Subramani Kannan, Houman Ojagh, Jonas Sjöblom et al
Conference poster