David Sedarsky

Associate Professor at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Combustion, Förbränning och sprejer

Dr. Sedarsky carries out research in applied optics and light-matter interaction for advanced imaging. As an assistant professor at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, he leads work on the characterization of dense sprays for diesel, aerospace, and automotive fuel injection. His research interests include optical measurements of turbulence and novel analysis of optical signals for time-resolved dynamics.

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Showing 16 publications

2017

Cavitation flow visualization in marine diesel injectors

Reto Balz, Andreas Schmid, David Sedarsky
9th International Conference on Modeling and Diagnostics for Advanved Engine Systems, COMODIA 2017; Okayama Convention CenterOkayama; Japan; 25 July 2017 through 28 July 2017
Paper in proceedings
2017

Development and applications of nonlinear optical spectroscopy: 15th ECONOS/35th ECW meeting in Gothenburg (Sweden)

Stina Hemdal, David Sedarsky, Johannes Kiefer et al
Journal of Raman Spectroscopy. Vol. 48 (8), p. 1019-
Introductory text in journal
2016

Gas/Fuel Jet Interfaces Under High Pressures and Temperatures

Zachary Falgout, Mattias Rahm, David Sedarsky et al
Fuel. Vol. 168, p. 14-21
Journal article
2016

Optical sectioning for measurements in transient sprays

Mattias Rahm, Zachary Falgout, David Sedarsky et al
Optics Express. Vol. 24 (5), p. 4610-4621
Journal article
2016

Visualization of acceleration in multiphase fluid interactions

David Sedarsky, Mattias Rahm, Mark Linne
Optics Letters. Vol. 41 (7), p. 1404-1407
Journal article
2015

Image processing techniques for velocity, interface complexity, and droplet production measurement in the near-nozzle region of a diesel spray

K. Lounnaci, S. Idlahcen, David Sedarsky et al
Atomization and Sprays. Vol. 25 (9), p. 753-775
Journal article
2015

Evaluation of optical arrangements for ballistic imaging in sprays

Mattias Rahm, David Sedarsky, Megan Paciaroni et al
Optics Express. Vol. 23 (17), p. 22444-22462
Journal article
2015

Dynamic Ballistic Imaging: A technique to measure acceleration in the spray formation region

Mattias Rahm, Zachary Falgout, David Sedarsky et al
ILASS Americas, May 17-20 2015, Raleigh NC, USA
Paper in proceedings
2014

Visualization of low-level swirl effects in fuel injection sprays

David Sedarsky, Mattias Rahm, Zachary Falgout et al
ILASS – Europe 2014, 26th Annual Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems
Paper in proceedings
2014

Collinear, two-color optical Kerr effect shutter for ultrafast time-resolved imaging

H. Purwar, S. Idlahcen, C. Rozé et al
Optics Express. Vol. 22 (13), p. 15778-15790
Journal article
2014

Transcritical Mixing Layers at ECN Spray A Conditions

Zachary Falgout, Mattias Rahm, David Sedarsky et al
ILASS – Europe 2014, 26th Annual Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems
Paper in proceedings
2014

Optical Arrangements for Time-Gated Ballistic Imaging

Mattias Rahm, Megan Paciaroni, Zhenkan Wang et al
Optics InfoBase Conference Papers: Imaging Systems and Applications, ISA 2014, Seattle, United States, 13-17 July 2014
Paper in proceedings
2013

Numerical simulation of primary atomization: Interaction with experimental analysis

David Sedarsky, Alain Berlemont, J.B. Blaisot et al
Atomization and Sprays. Vol. 23 (12), p. 1103-1138
Journal article
2011

Quantitative image contrast enhancement in time-gated transillumination of scattering media

David Sedarsky, Edouard Berocal, Mark Linne
Optics Express. Vol. 19 (3), p. 1866-1883
Journal article
2010

Numerical analysis of ballistic imaging for revealing liquid breakup in dense sprays

David Sedarsky, Edouard Berocal, Mark Linne
Atomization and Sprays. Vol. 20 (5), p. 407-413
Journal article
2010

Model validation image data for breakup of a liquid jet in crossflow: part I

David Sedarsky, M. Paciaroni, Edouard Berocal et al
Experiments in Fluids. Vol. 49 (2), p. 391-408
Journal article

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