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Fourth International Conference of Fluid Mechanics

 (ICFM 4)

April 28-30, 1992

Helnan Palestine Hotel, Alexandria, Egypt

 

Organized by:

- Alexandria University (Egypt)

- Cairo University (Egypt)

- Mansoura University (Egypt)

- University Pierre et Marie Currie (Paris VI)

- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (U.S.A.)

 

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Session 1: BOUNDARY LAYER: Jets and Shear Layer

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 11:30-13:30

Chairpersons:

M. Hafez, University of California, U.S.A.

S. Khader, Cairo University, Egypt

 

Experimental Measurement of Energy Transfer Rates in an Excited Free Shear Flow

M. R. Hajj, R. W. Miksad, and E. J. Powers

The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, U.S.A.

 

Rating the Thickness of the Boundary Layer in the Singular Perturbation of the Stokes Problem Using Domain Decomposition

D. Konate

L. I. C. I. A., Courbevoie, France

 

Shearing Strain Rate Components in Mohr Space

Salah El Din Taher and Abdullah Al-Musallam

King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

 

Analytical and Experimental Results Concerning a Plane Laminar Wall Jet

M. F. Scibilia

CNRS, Meudon, France

 

On the Low Reynolds Number Axisymmetric Air Jet

A. A. Abdel-Rahman, M. K. Ibrahim, and M. A. Hanafy

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

 

Session 2: BIOMECHANICS: Modeling

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 11:30-13:30

Chairpersons:

T. Yamaguchi, Tokyo University, Japan

D. Lerche, Humboldt University, Germany

 

Fluid Flow in a Solid Elastic Matrix: An Application to the Rheology of Biological Media

D. Geiger, O. Le Gallo, and S. Naili

Université de Paris XII, France

 

Presentation of a Mixed Problem Fluid-Structure from a Biomechanical Problem

J. M. Crolet, B. Chahboune, and S. Akesbi

Université de Franche-Comté - Université de Haute-Alsace, France

 

Trends in Cardiac Dynamics: Towards Coupled Models of Intracavity Fluid Dynamics and Deformable Wall Mechanics

G. Pelle, J. Ohayon, and C. Oddou

Université de Paris XII & INSERM U.2, Creteil, France

 

Finite Element Analysis of Influence of Geometric Form of Dental Implant on Stress in Host Osseous Region

D. Veyret, J. Panlaloni, and R. Martin

Université d'Aix-Marseille, Marseille, France

 

Effect of Arterial and Venous Blood Thermal Interaction on Surface Tissue Temperature

M. M. Osman

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Air Flow and Particles Deposition in a Model of Central Airways

O. A. El Masry, and K. M. El-Shobaky

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

 

Session 3: CONVECTION

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 11:30-13:30

Chairpersons:

J. L. Peube, Université de Poitiers, France

K. Hassan, Cairo University, Egypt

 

Remarks on the Heat Transfer Configurations with Cylindrical Symmetry in Superfluid Helliun

F. Jebali, and M. X. Francois

Université de Paris VI, France

 

Mixed Convection in Ohmic Heating of Liquids

A. Ould el Moctar, H. Peerhossaini, P. Le Peurian, and J. P. Bardon

Université de Nantes, France

 

Natural Convection in Annular Vertical Cavities

Samy M. Elsherbiny, and Mohamed A. Teamah

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Experimental Investigation on Convective Heat Transfer of Heated Spinning Sphere

S. M. Tieng, and A. C. Yan

National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan

 

Thermocapillary/Buoyant Convection in a Rectangular Cavity

M. Mundane, and A. Zabib

Rutgers University, U.S.A.

 

Influence of a Temperature Gradient on the Flow Field in a Couette Cell

A. Lyazid, and R. Hocquart

Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France

 

 

Session 4: MULTI-PHASE FLOWS: General Aspects

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 11:30-13:30

Chairpersons:

H. Peerhossaini, Université de Nantes, France

A. I. I. Abdel-Fattah, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Transport of Water in a Deformable Diphase Medium

I. Mrani, R. Auria, J. C. Benet, and G. Fras

Université de Montpellier - ORSTOM, Montpellier, France

 

A Total Non-Equilibrium Two-Phase Model for the Ignition of Ballistic Charges

B. Porterie, J.-C. Loraud, R. Saurel, and M. Larini

Université de Provence, Marseille, France

 

Experimental Investigations into Two-Phase Bubbly Flow in an Electrochemical Machining Gap

T. I. Sabry, A. M. Abdel Mahboud, and N. H. Mahmoud

Menoufia University, Egypt

 

Cross Stream Voidage Instabilities in Fluidized Bed

A. S. Sabry, and J. T. C. Liu

Cairo University, Egypt - Brown University, RI, U.S.A.

 

 

Session 5: COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS: Euler Equation

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 15:00-16:40

Chairpersons:

O. Kandil, Old Dominion University, U.S.A.

B. Elmabsout, Université de Paris VI, France

 

An Adaptive Flux-Vector Splitting Solver for One-Dimensional Euler Equations

A. O. Sherif, and E. F. Sheta

Cairo University, Giza, Egypt

 

Arbitrary Order Time-Accurate Scheme for the Solution of the Unsteady Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations

S. Abdallah, and K. K. Hassan

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, U.S.A.

 

A Rotor-Stator Interaction Study through an Implicit Euler Code on a Parallel Machine

C. Vassllopoulos, G. Simandirakis, K. Giannakoglou, and K. D. Papailiou

National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece

 

Explicit Euler-Lagrangian Approach for Modelling Slot Flow with High Reynolds Number

A. A. A. Moustafa, and M. N. Anwar

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Numerical Solution of Invisid Two-Dimensional Unsteady Flow by the Method of Characteristics

Gamal H. Mohamed Hafez, and Abdul Aziz M. Abdul Aziz

Ain Shams University, Egypt

 

 

Session 6: BIOMECHANICS: Artificial Organs

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 15:00-16:40

Chairpersons:

Barthes Biesel, Université de Compiegne, France

M. A. Hassab, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Experimental and Computational Fluid Dynamics of Artificial Heart Valves

V. Garitey, R. Rieu, C. Masson, and R. Pelissier

Université d'Aix Marseille, France

 

Artificial Heart Valve Testing - Energy Dissipation of Leakage Flow with Non-Newtonian Testfluids (SEPARAN)

M. O. Wendt, M. Pohl, K. Engelhard, G. Seidel, and S. Vieweg

Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

 

Artificial Heart Valve Testing: Comparison of the Leakage of Newtonian Fluids with Blood

E. Stosslein, M. Pohl, M. O. Wendt, and D. Lerche

Humboldt Universität, Berlin, Germany

 

Unsteady Cross Row Filtration of Blood through a Microporous Membrane

M. Y. Jaffrin, L. H. Ding, and J. M. Laurent

Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France

 

A New Drug Pump Using the Properties of Collapsible Tubes

B. Dion, and J. P. Renaudeaux

Université de Paris VI, France

 

 

Session 7: THERMOFLUIDS

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 15:00-16:40

Chairpersons:

M. X. Francois, Université de Paris VI, France

N. M. Rafat, Cairo University, Egypt

 

Analytical and Experimental Investigation of Film Evaporation Heat Transfer outside a Horizontal Grooved Tube

El-Adawi S. El-Metwally, M. M. Shamloul, M. Mansour, and A. Marie

University of Zagazig - Atomic Energy Authority, Egypt

 

Steady State Transition Boiling on a Horizontal Surface

H. A. A. Khattab

Menoufia University, Shebin El-Kom, Egypt

 

A Comparison of the Accuracy of Some Heat Transfer Correlations for Inverted Annular Flow Film Boiling of Water in a Vertical Tube

M. Mosaad

Mansoura University, Egypt

 

Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow in GTA and GMA Weld Pools

A. M. Al-Bahi, G. A. Nassef, and M. M. Abdelrahman

King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

 

 

Session 8: MULTI-PHASE FLOWS: Sprays and Atomic

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 15:00-16:40

Chairpersons:

J. C. Benet, Université de Montpelier, France

M. M. El-Kotb, Cairo University, Egypt

 

A Numerical Simulation of Injection of Droplets in a Compressible Flow

E. Daniel, M. Larini, J. C. Loraud, and B. Porterie

Université de Provence, Marseille, France

 

Experimental and Theoretical Study of a New Process Generating Monodisperse Aerosols

J. M. Chicheportiche, and J. P. Renaudeaux

Université de Paris VI, France

 

The Influence of Operating Conditions on Spray Characteristics of Airblast Atomizers

A. Mostafa, I. Abdel-Monhim, T. Abou-Arab, and M. Abou-Ellail

Cairo University, Giza, Egypt

 

Choice of Optimum Droplet Diameter in Direct Contact Spray System Condensation

N. A. Ibrahim, M. A. Marwan, and E. S. El Metwally

Atomic Energy Authority - Zagazig University, Egypt

 

 

Session 9: BIOMECHANICS: General Schemes

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 17:00 18:15

Chairpersons:

D. Geiger, Université de Paris XII, France

O. A. El-Masry, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Echocardiographic Flow M-Model for Studying Left Ventricular Velocity Fields during the Filling Period

P. Brun, A. M. Duval, M. Meguira, G. Pelle, Y. Percy, and C. H. U. H. Mondor

Creteil, France

 

Interaction of Oscillatory Flow and Steady Unidirectional Flows in Airway Like Tubes during Impedance Forcing

D. Isabey, and B. Louis

INSERM, Creteil, France

 

Microviscosity of the Rat Blood under the Action of Pollution of the Environment

Y. A. Kiskyakov, T. E. Shumilova, and S. I. Nikonova

Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

 

Session 10: CONVECTION

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 17:00-18:15

Chairperson:

O. Daube, CNRS, Orsay, France

A. Zabib, Rutgers University, U.S.A.

 

Two-Dimensional Buoyancy-Driven Flow in a Horizontal Annulus Filled with Low Prandtl Number Fluids

A. Cheddadi, M. Grundmann, M. C. Charrier-Mojtabi, and A. Mojtabi

Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

 

Convection of a Fluid Participating to Radiation in Cylindrical Ducts a Prescribed Flux Solution

E. H. Bouguerra, and D. Lemonnier

Université de Poitiers, France

 

Direct Simulation of Turbulent Convection in a Square Differentially Heated Cavity with Spectral Methods

M. Behnia, and P. Le Quere

LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay, France

 

 

Session 11: MULTI-PHASE FLOWS: General Aspects

Tuesday, 28/4/1992, 17:00-18:15

Chairpersons:

T. Levy, Université de Paris VI, Trance

S. Elemam, Mansoura University, Egypt

 

Homogenization Methods Applied to the Viscosity of a Suspension

Th. Levy

Université de Paris VI, France

 

Local Analysis of Gas Particles Flow in a Circulating Fluidized Bed

P. Cattieuw, L. Tadrist, J. Pantaloni, and P. Seguin

Université de Provence, Marseille - C.N.I.M., La Seyne-Sur-Mer, France

 

Effect of Inclination of Vertically Fluted Tubes on Heat and Fluid Flow in Film Condensation

S. D. Bedrose, N. H. Aly, and N. A. Ibrahim

Nuclear Research Center, Cairo, Egypt

 

Modeling of Confined, Dilute, Particle-Laden, Turbulent Coaxial Jets

M. Rizk, and W. Fuchs

Cairo University, Egypt - Pittsburgh Energy Technology Center, Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A.

 

 

Session 12: COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS: Methods and Grid Generation

Wednesday 29/4/1992, 9:00-11:00

Chairpersons:

R. Martin, Université de Provence, France

A. Serag El-din, Cairo University, Egypt

 

Some Applications of the Control Volume Finite-Element Method

H. Sadat, P. Salagnac, and J. L. Peube

Université de Poitiers, France

 

Upwind Finite-Volume Method with a Triangular Mesh for Conservation Laws

S-Y. Lin, Y-S. Chin, and T-M. Wu

National Cheng Kung, Taiwan, R.O.C.

 

A Segregated Solution Algorithm for a Mixed Finite-Element Formulation of Incompressible Turbulent Flows

A. Ruprecht

Stuttgart, Germany

 

A Critical Evaluation of Eight Different Discretization Schemes for Solving Gas Exchange Flow Processes in Reciprocating Engines

Abdul-Aziz M. Abdul Aziz, and Richard J. M. Messiha

Ain Shams University, Egypt

 

Three-Dimensional Inviscid Flow Computations Using a Chebyshev Formulation and Finite Element Method

E. M. El Ghazzani, G. Bois, Metrafiu, and F. Leboeuf

EC. Central, Lyon, Ecully, France

 

 

Session 13: UNSTEADY FLOWS: Water Hammer and Hydraulic Networks

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 9:00-11:00

Chairpersons:

R. Occelli, Université de Provence, France

H. Warda, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Vibrations and Response of Hydraulic Networks

F. Massouh, A. Bouabdallah, R. Rey and R. Noguera

ENSAM, Paris, France

 

Modelling of Annular Two-Phase Isothermal Flow in Horizontal Pipes

A. M. Abdallah, E. M. Elsherbiny, S. S. Abou El-Seoud, and S. I. Mahmoud

Nuclear Research Center, Egypt

 

Analysis of Water Hammer in Two-Component Two-Phase Flows

H. Warda, E. Marzouk, and S. Azam

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Unsteady Flow Structure from Streamlined Bodies at Very High Angle of Attack

Rasheed A. Atta

Minia University, Egypt

 

 

Session 14: BOUNDARY LAYER: Control and Separation

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 9:00-11:00

Chairpersons:

P. Tampieri, Bologna University, Italy

J. A. Fein, Office of Naval Research, U.S.A.

 

Characterization of Turbulent Boundary Layer Separation

M. A. Alhusein, and D. J. Cockrell

Mu'tah University, Jordan - University of Leicester, U.K.

 

Analysis of Laminar Flow Separation Downstream of a Miter Bend

M. Bentercia

University of Batna, Algeria

 

Investigation of a Boundary Layer Disturbed by Unsteady Wakes

X. de Saint-Victor

CERT/ONERA, Toulouse, France

 

Moving Surface Boundary-Layer Control as Applied to Two and Three Dimensional Bluff Bodies

V. J. Modil, M. S. U. K. Fernando, Yokomizo, and T. Kanazawa

Vancouver, B.C., Canada - Japan

 

Recent Advances in Computational Active Control of Asymmetric Flows around Conical Forebodies

O. A. Kandil, H. H. Sharaf, and C. H. Liu

Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, U.S.A. - NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, U.S.A.

 

The Influence of Bend Angle on the Size of Separation Regions Formed in Circular-Arc Bends

Nabil A. Kotb

Minia University, Egypt

 

 

Session 15: TURBULENCE: Modeling

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 9:00-11:00

Chairpersons:

H. Naguib, Illinois Inst. of Technology, U.S.A.

K. Giannakoglou, National Technical University, Greece

 

Evaluation of Turbulence Models in Unsteady Flows

M. Ibrahim, R. Mankbadi, and K. Ahn

Cleveland State University, and NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.

 

Adaptation of the Classical k-e Model for the Simulation of a Thermally Stable Stratified Turbulent Boundary Layer

A. Laassibi, R. Morel, D. Jeandel, G. Brun, and E. Alcaraz

Ecole Centrale de Lyon - Metraflu, Ecully, France

 

Different Scenarios for Chaos Transition in a Fluid Mechanics System

A. Cenedese, F. Paolucci, G. P. Romano, and A. Santovincenzo

University of Roma, Italy

 

Finite Element Simulation of Turbulent Flow over a Fence

A. A. A. Moustafa, and M. A. El-Attar

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Numerical Calculation of Densely-Loaded Turbulent Two-Phase Confined Flows

M. A. Rizk, B. Dridi, and B. I. Morsi

Cairo University, Egypt - Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A.

 

 

Session 16: COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS: Internal Flow & Simulation

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 11:20-13:20

Chairpersons:

F. M. El-Mahallawy, Cairo University, Egypt

R. Mankbadi, NASA Lewis Research Center, U.S.A.

 

Numerical Simulation of a Non-Reactive Flow in a Rapid Compression Machine

A. El-Bakkali, H. Naji, and P. Micheau

Université de Lille 1, France

 

Numerical Simulation of Euler Flow Equations on the Connection Machine

N. A. Sobh, and A. Almiligui

Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, U.S.A.

 

Corrector for Stocks Problems

D. Konate

L. I. C. I. A, Courbevoie, France

 

A Navier-Stokes Vorticity-Streamfunction Formulation for Two-Dimensional Flows

K. Giannakoglou, N. Lymberopoulos, P. Chaviaropoulos, and K. D. Papailiou

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

 

Convective Motions in a Melted Pool during Laser Surface Treatment: Numerical Simulation

D. Morvan, and P. H. Bournot

Marseille, France

 

Numerical Study of Laminar Flow past Two Cylinders

D. Veyret, R. Occelli, and R. Martin

Université de Provence, France

 

 

Session 17: UNSTEADY FLOWS: Waves

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 11:20 13:20

Chairpersons:

D. Mook, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, U.S.A.

K. Elshorbagy, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Wave Propagation through Multiple Pipe Singularities

M. Rizk, J. P. Renaudeaux, B. Elmabsout and P. Ligneul

Université de Paris VI, Orsay - Schlumberger S.M.R, Paris, France

 

On the Slowly Moving Shock Waves in Supersonic and Hypersonic Flows

D. Drikakis, and S. Tsangaris

Athens, Greece

 

Dispersion and Energy Propagation fur Internal Waves in Dissipative Fluids

F. Mainardi, D. Tocci, and F. Tampieri

Bologna University - FISBAT, CNR, Bologna, Italy

 

Weakly Nonlinear Solutions of Sivashinsky Equation

D. N. Riahi

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, U.S.A.

 

Quasi-Steady and Unsteady Flow Analysis for Moving Rarefaction Wave in Variable Cross-Sectional Area Ducts- Part I: Quasi-Steady Flow

N. I. Hewedy, S. M. Badrah, M. Nasr, and A. M. Hegab

Menoufia University, Egypt

 

Quasi Steady and Unsteady Flow Analysis for Moving Rarefaction Wave in Variable Cross-Sectional Area Ducts- Part II: Unsteady Flow

N. I. Hewedy, S. M. Badrah, M. Nasr, and A. M. Hegab

Menoufia University, Egypt

 

 

Session 18: BOUNDARY LAYER: Transition and Stability

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 11:20-13:20

Chairpersons:

A. H. Nayfeh, Virginia Polytechnic Inst. and State University, U.S.A.

J. M. Crolet, Université de Besancon, France

 

Stability of Separating Boundary Layers

J. M. Masad, and A. H. Nayfeh

High Technology Corporation, Hampton, U.S.A. - Virginia Polytechnic Inst. and State University, Blacksburg, VA, U.S.A.

 

Streamwise Vortex Formation in Oscillating Stagnation Flow

H. Bippes, J. Böttcher, and E. Wedemeyer

DLR Göttingen, Germany

 

Stability of a Turbulent Diffusion Bluff Body - Stabilized Flame

F. M. El-Mahallawy, M. A. Hassan, and I. A. El-Desokey

Cairo University, Giza, Egypt

 

Control of Transition Instabilities of High-Speed Flows

N. M. El-Hady

NASA Langley Reaerch Center, Hampton, VA, U.S.A.

 

Nonlinear Evaluation of Shear-Layer Instability Waves

L. S. Hultgren

Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.

 

Receptivity of Wall Boundary Layers

A. Al-Maaitah

Mu'tah, Jordan

 

 

Session 19: SPECIAL TOPICS

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 11:20-13:20

Chairpersons:

K. Wierzcholski, Technical University of Szczecin, Poland

R. A. Mahmoud, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Effects of Transition between One-Phase/Two-Phase Flow through a Nozzle

E. Daniel, J. C. Loraud, and M. Larini

Université de Provence, Marseille, France

 

Electromagnetodynamic Fluid Flow in the Cylindrical Mixer

K. Wierzcholski, and A. Czajkowski

Tech. Univ. of Szczecin, Poland

 

Experimental Study of the Flow Structure in a CO2 Laser Cylindrical Discharge Tube

O. Boiron, Ph. Caminat, Ph. Bournot, G. Le Palec, and M. Gastaud

Institut Méditerranéen de Technologie, Marseille, France

 

An Interferometric Investigation of a CO2 Laser Produced Plasma Flow onto a Solid Material

M. Ghrab, M. Autric, and Ph. Bournot

Institute of Fluid Mechanics, Marseille, France

 

Effect of Tube Spacings on Periodic Flow Structure inside In-Line Tube Bundles

S. Ziada, and A. Oengoeren

Sulzer Brothers Ltd., Winterthur, Switzerland

 

 

Session 20: COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS: General Schemes

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 15:00-16:40

Chairpersons:

J. Pantaloni, Université de Provence, France

M. N. Anwar, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Green's Function and Spectral Added Methods for Solution of Poisson's Equation

I. A. Ismail, and M. I. Gomaa

Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt

 

Numerical Study of Neumann Boundary Value Problem of a Rectangle Using Green's Function

I. A. Ismail, and M. A. Awad

Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt

 

Accurate Solution of the 1-D Helmholtz Equation by Expansion in Chebyshev Polynomials

I. A. Ismail, and M. I. Gomaa

Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt

 

 

Session 21: BIOMECHANICS: Rheology

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 15:00-16:40

Chairpersons:

G. Brun, Metra Flu, France

M. Y. Jafrin, Université de Compiegne, Prance

 

Flow of a Capsule through a Constriction

A. Leyrat-Maurin, A. Drochon, and D. Barthes-Biesel

Université de Technologie, Compiègne, France

 

Aspiration Experiments of Blood Cells into Micropipettes

C. Bucherer, S. Geiger, C. Lacombe, and J. C. Lelièvre

Université de Paris VI, France

 

Separation and Packing Behaviour of Blood Plasma and Blood Cells at Higher Volume Concentrations under Flow Acceleration. Sedimentation or Porous Medium Approach

D. Lerche

Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

 

Polymer Solutions to Model the Viscoelastic Properties of Blood for Heart Valve Testing

D. Lerche, G. Vlastos, B. Koch, M. Pohl, and K. Affeld

Humboldt University - Free University, Berlin, Germany

 

 

Session 22: FLUID MACHINERY: Applications

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 15:00-16:40

Chairpersons:

M. Rautenberg, University of Hamborg, Germany

G. Khalafalla, Cairo University, Egypt

 

Matching of Multi-Bladed Windmill to Water Pumps

A. A. El-Mallah, A. M. Mobarak, and A. A. Ibrahim

National Research Center - Cairo University, Egypt

 

The Effect of Fitting Cylindrical Rods near Impeller Eye on the Separation inside Centrifugal Pump Impellers

S. Mikhail, A. Ayyad, and K. Y. Khalil

Cairo University - Assiut University - Minia University, Egypt

 

Development and Performance Testing of Perforated Disc Air Lift Pump

K. A. Elshorbagy, M. M. Sorour, and S. Z. Kassab

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Theoretical and Experimental Investigation on the Factors Affecting the Erosion in the Dredge Pumps Impellers

M. Abou-Rayan, and N. Gadelhak

Mansoura University - Suez Canal Authority, Ismailia, Egypt

 

The Leakage across a Slotted Labyrinth Seal Gland through Which Blowing is applied

H. A. El-Gamal, T. H. Awad, and E. S. Saber

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

 

Session 23: INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 15:00-16:40

Chairpersons:

P. Ligneul, Schlumberger, Paris, France

A. S. Huzzien, Assiut University, Egypt

 

Qualitative Physics, for Process Simulation

J. P. Barthes

Université de Technologie, Compiegne, France

 

Prediction of Fuel Consumption Reduction in Passenger Cars Using a Waste Heated Clausius-Rankine Process

D. Burhorn, P. Adamis, and M. Rautenberg

Hannover University - Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg, Germany

 

Variational Formulation for Nonlinear Liquid Sloshing in Arbitrary Tank Geometry under Arbitrary Space Motion

R. A. Ibrahim, and L. P. Nolte

Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, U.S.A.

 

 

Session 24: COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS: Internal Flow

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 17:00-18:30

Chairpersons:

P. Mainardi, Bologna University, Italy

M. A. Hassab, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Numerical Computation of Axisymmetric Diffuser Flow Employing Body-Fitted Coordinates

M. A. Abdel-Fatah, M. A. Rizk, M. A. Serag-Eldin, and A. Mobarak

Cairo University, Giza, Egypt

 

Three-Dimensional Numerical Analysis of Gas Turbine Combustor Flows

A. A. Mostafa

Cairo University, Giza, Egypt

 

 

Session 25: BIOMECHANICS: Modeling

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 17:00-18:30

Chairpersons:

C. Oddou, Université de Paris XII, France

O. A. El-Masry, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Flow in an Aortic Bifurcation Model

M. Thiriet, C. Pares, E. Saltel, and F. Hecht

Université de Paris VII & INRIA, France

 

Numerical 3-D Simulations of Steady Flows in a Bifurcation Model, Implications in Human Arterial Bifurcations

V. Deplano, R. Pelissier, R. Rieu, and P. Bontoux

Institut de Mécaniques des Fluides de Marseille, France

 

Initiation of Systolic Anterior Motion of the Mitral Valve in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: A Comprehensive Study Based on in Vetro and Computational Experiments

X. Lefebvre, C. Vesier, R. Levine, and A. Yoganathan

Georgia, U.S.A.

 

Realistic Model Building Methods for the Computational Fluid Mechanical Study of the Blood Flow

T. Yamaguchi, A. Sakurai, M. Masuda, and T. W. Taylor

Tokai University - Kansai University - CTR. Res. Inst., Osaka, Japan

 

 

Session 26: FLUID MACHINERY: Fundamentals

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 17:00-18:30

Chairpersons:

S. Abdallah, University of Cincinnati, U.S.A.

A. El-Sebaei, Ain-Shams University, Egypt

 

Modelisation of Losses in the Helico-Centrifugal Pumps

F. Bakir, R. Rey, S. Kouidri, R. Noguera, and F. Massouh

ENSAM, Paris, France

 

Theory of the Fractional Collection Efficiency for an Axial Flow Cyclone with the Tangential Inlet Pipe

A. Ogawa, and K. Sugiyama

Nihon University, Japan

 

Three Dimensional Compressible Frictionless Flow through Long Turbomachine Channels

M. Bassily Hanna

Minia University, Egypt

 

Turbomachine-Induced Turbulence in Blowing and Suction Model

A. Berkoune, and T. T. Al-Shemmeri

Systems Energetics, Algeria - Staffordshire Polytechnic, Stafford, U.K.

 

 

Session 27: INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

Wednesday, 29/4/1992, 17:00-18:30

Chairpersons:

J. P. Renaudeaux, Université de Paris VI, France

S. Mikhail, Cairo University, Egypt

 

Theoretical and Experimental Study of Gas Flow through the Piston-Rings-Cylinder Wall Interface of a Reciprocating Engine

H. Saghir, and Ph. Arques

Ecole Centrale de Lyon, Ecully, France

 

Pressure Drop through Branched Ducts

K. A. Kassem, F. A. Mousa, and B. K. Morsy

Minia University, Minia, Egypt

 

Use of Valves for Surge Control in Case of Pump Power Failure

M. G. Aziz, and S. Mikhail

Petrojet Company - Cairo University, Egypt

 

 

Session 28: AERODYNAMICS

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 9:00-11:00

Chairpersons:

R. Ibrahim, Wayne State University, U.S.A.

K. S. Kaddah, Ain Shams University, Egypt

 

Hypersonic Flow around Model

Y. Burtschell, D. Zeitoun, and L. Labracherie

Université de Provence, Marseille, France

 

Pressure Transmission System for Surface Pressure Measurements around a Cylinder Moving along a Circular Path in Quiescent Air

T. K. Aldoss, T. W. Abou-Arab, and M. A. Jarrah

Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan - University of King Fahd, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

 

The Effect of Downcoming Burst on the Pressure Distribution of Wing Sections

A. Al-Bahi, M. Ghazi, I. Olwi, and M. Aly

King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

 

Ground Effect on the Aerodynamic Process on the Plane Drag Profile

H. Benaissia, M. Bouaziz, N. Afif, and S. El-Golli

E. N. I. Monastir, Tunisia

 

Effect of Curvature on Turbulence for Wake Flow behind Airfoil Sections

A. M. Mobarak, M. G. Khalafalla, S. S. Ayad, and A. S. Abdelhafez

Cairo University - Zagazjg University, Egypt

 

 

Session 29: TURBULENCE: Turbulent Flow Structure

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 9:00-11:00

Chairpersons:

A. Cenedese, Univ. Degli Studi di Roma, Italy

M. Fouad, Cairo University, Egypt

 

An Overview of Coherent Structures in Turbulent Flows

R. R. Mankbadi

Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.

 

Turbulent Length Scale Measurements in Axisymmetric Sudden Expansion Dump Combustor Utilizing Two LDV Systems

R. D. Gould, A. S. Nejad, and S. A. Ahmed

North Carolina Slate University, Raleigh - Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, U.S.A.

 

The Effect of Swirl and Roughness on Turbulent Flow in Circular Pipes

M. El-Kadi

Menoufia University, Egypt

 

Structure of a Turbulent Fully Developed Channel Flow with Wall Transpiration

J. Phordoy, R. Koreta, and B. Caussade

Université de Toulouse, France

 

 

Session 30: VORTEX

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 9:00-11:00

Chairpersons:

A. Ogawa, Nihon University, Japan

R. Al-Taher, Zagazig University, Egypt

 

Perturbation of a Stagnation Flow by the Wake of a Cylinder: Onset of Large Scale Structures

M. Ahd, M. Champion and B. Deshaies

ENSMA, Poitiers, France

 

Numerical Studies of Vortex Ring Instabilities

J. P. Choquin, and S. Huberson

Center d'Etudes de Vaujours - LIMSI, CNRS, Paris, France

 

Vortex Breakdown

S. A. Berger

CA, U.S.A.

 

Numerical Investigation on the Coupling between Heat Transfer and Vortex Shedding on a Circular Cylinder

O. Daube, S. Huberson, and N. Leblond

CNRS, Orsay, France - Université du Havre, France

 

Experimental Investigation of Non-Newtonian Swirling Flow through Conical Diffusers

M. H. Embaby, H. A. Abdalla, and R. A. El-Fawal

Menoufia University, Shebin El-Kom, Egypt

 

Topologically Changing Three Dimensional Separated Flows. Analysis of Simulations. Flow-Separation and Vortex Chain Formation in the Three- Dimensional Flow around a Sphere

U. Dallmann, H. Gebing, and B. Schulte

Verning, Gottingen, Germany

 

Flow Structure in a Multiple Curved Channel Flow

H. Peerhossaini, and Y. Le Guer

Université de Nantes, France

 

 

Session 31: LUBRICATION

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 9:00-11:00

Chairpersons:

R. Miksad, University of Texas, U.S.A.

Z. S. Safar, Cairo University, Egypt

 

Mathematical Model of the Turbulent Ferromagnetic Lubricant Flow in the Gap between Two Rotational Surfaces with the Curvilinear Non-Monotone Generating Line

K. Wierzcholski, and A. Ghannouschi

Tech. Univ. of Szczecin, Poland - Ecole Nat. Ing. Sfax, Tunisia

 

Performance of Externally Pressurized Rectangular Gas Bearing under Constant Effective Recess Pressure

S. Z. Kassab

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Effect of Shaft Misalignment on the Performance of Heavily Loaded Journal Bearings

H. A. El-Gamal, T. H. Awad, A. A. Helmy, and I. M. El-Fahham

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Performance of Externally Pressurized Conical Thrust Bearing under Laminar and Turbulent Flow Conditions

M. F. Khalil, S. Z. Kassab, and A. S. Ismail

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Effect of Inertia Forces on the Performance of Externally Pressurized Conical Thrust Bearings under Turbulent Flow Conditions

M. F. Khalil, S. Z. Kassab, and A. S. Ismail

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

 

Session 32: AERODYNAMICS

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 11:20-12:50

Chairpersons:

D. Zeiton, Université de Provence, France

F. Mainardi, Bologna University, Italy

 

A Transonic Two-Dimensional Euler Solver

E. Sheta, A. Sherif, and A. Fathy

Cairo University, Giza, Egypt

 

Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Rarefied Compression Corner Flow

A. Chpoun, J. C. Lengrand, and K. S. Heffener

CNRS, Meudon, France

 

Simulation of Unsteady Aerodynamic Interference in Ground Effect: The Wingship

J. M. Elzebda, D. T. Mook, and A. H. Nayfeh

United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain, U. A. Emirates - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia, U.S.A.

 

Numerical Analysis of Supersonic Multijet

G. H. Moustafa, K. S. Murali Rajan, and E. Rathakrishnan

Menoufia University, Egypt - Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India

 

Interaction of Parallel Supersonic Axisymmetric Jets

G. H. Moustafa, T. Sundararajan, and E. Rathakrishnan

Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India

 

 

Session 33: TURBULENCE: Jets

Thursday, 10/4/1992, 11:20 12:50

Chairpersons:

D. Isabey, Inserm, France

M. B. Madi, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Characteristics of the Gas Jet from Pipe-Collar Nozzle

W. C. Selerowicz, A. P. Szumowski, and G. E. A. Meier

Gottingen, Germany

 

Experimental Study on a Subsonic Ramjet

M. A. Kotb, H. A. Soliman, and N. Nimmer

Irbid, Jordan

 

Numerical and Experimental Investigation on a Cylindrical Restained Liquid

R. Occelli, L. Tadrist, and J. Pantaloni

Université de Provence, Marseille, France

 

Prediction of Double Concentric Jets with a Two-Equation Model of Turbulence

Maher S. Aly, and M. I. I. Rashed

King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia - Cairo University, Giza, Egypt

 

The Behaviour of Turbulent Air Jet with and without a Wall at the Plane of Jet Exit

A. A. Abdel-Rahman, M. K. Ibrahim, and M. A. Hanafy

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

 

Session 34. CONVECTION

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 11:00-12:50

Chairpersons:

B. Caussade, Université de Toulouse, France

M. M. Hilal, Cairo University, Egypt

 

Numerical Analysis of Convective Diffusive Transport in the Bridgman-Stockharger Vertical Technique Subject to Steady and Unsteady Residual Acceleration

J. Ouassani, P. Laroude, and P. Bonloux

Université de Marseille, France

 

Unsteady Convection in a Cavity due to Pyrolysis

L. Allançon, R. Porterie, J. C. Loraud, and E. Daniel

Université de Provence, Marseille, France

 

Finite Element Model for Forced and Natural Convection Flows

M. Medale, M. Jaeger, and G. Dhatt

Université de Technologie Compiegne - Université de Provence, Marseille, France

 

 

Session 35. MEASUREMENTS TECHNIQUES: Pressure & Velocity

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 11:20-12:50

Chairpersons:

G. Carlomagno, University of Napoli, Italy

H. Mansour, Mansoura University, Egypt

 

Experimental Study of Turbulent Jet Measured by Laser Anemometry

H. Benaissia, H. Mhiri, M. El-Hajem, and S. El-Golli

E. N. I. Monastir, Tunisia

 

Evaluation of Filtration Efficiency by a Laser-Doppler Technique

N. H. Mostafa, and S. Ibrahim

Zagazig University - Mansoura University, Egypt

 

Velocity Measurements in Tubes by Laser Anemometry

Ferial Aigho

Université de Techrin, Lattaquie, Syria

 

On Flow and Volume Measurements

Camille Bouras

Tichrin University, Lattaquie, Syria

 

 

Session 36. ENVIRONMENT

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 14:20-16:00

Chairpersons:

S. El Golli, E. N. I. Monastir, Tunisia

M. A. Shawky, Alexandria, University, Egypt

 

Flow Within Building Drainage Pipes: Numerical and Experimental Study

Nagwa A. Mohamed

Minia University, Egypt

 

Investigation of Pressure Drop through Fuel Bundles in Research Reactors

M. S. Khattab, and A. R. Mina

Nuclear Research Center, Cairo, Egypt

 

An Efficient Treatment of Burgers' Equation Nonlinear Instability

A. Mohesn

Cairo University, Egypt

 

 

Session 37. TURBULENCE: Jets

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 14:20-16:00

Chairpersons:

D. Isabey, Inserm, France

S. Mourad, Cairo University, Egypt

 

Axisymmetric Air Jet Laden with Poly-Size Particles: Measurements and Predictions

A. A. Mostafa, and G. S. Samuelsen

Cairo University, Egypt - University of California, U.S.A.

 

Experimental Investigation of the Interaction between a Central Turbulent Jet and a Disk Wake Flow

A. Taha, M. S. El-Sallak, and M. S. Khader

Cairo University, Egypt

 

Experimental Measurements for Flow of a Jet Confined between Parallel Plates Using Laser Anemometry

A. E. Ghoneimy, and R. S. Dougall

Helwan University, Mattaria, Egypt - University of Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A.

 

 

Session 38. THERMOFLUIDS

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 14:20-16:00

Chairpersons:

A. Mojtabi, Université de Toulouse, France

M. Awad, Mansoura University, Egypt

 

Unsteady Analysis for Quasi-One-Dimensional Viscous Heat Conducting Compressible Fluid

M. M. Abdelrahman

King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

 

Flow through Capillary Tubes of Different Geometries and Its Effect on Heat Pump Performance

S. A. El-Sayed, M. A. Aziz, and M. E. Moustafa

Zagazig University, Egypt

 

An Experimental Study on Heat Transfer into Gas-Solid Turbulent Upward Vertical Pipe Flow

A. Mobarak, M. Rizk, M. El-Sallak, and A. Torki

Cairo University, Egypt

 

Performance of Small Size Solar Pond under Alexandria Climate Conditions

M. A. Hassab, and M. M. El-Kassaby

Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Modeling using Finite Elements of Radiation Heat Transfer Coupled with Conduction

J. V. Daurelle, R. Occelli, and R. Martin

CNRS UA 1168, Marseille, France

 

 

Session 39. MEASUREMENTS TECHNIQUES: Thermal

Thursday, 30/4/1992, 14:20-16:00

Chairpersons:

R. Hocquart, Université de Louis Pasteur, France

A. El-Hefni, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Infrared Thermography Applied to Heat Transfer Measurements and Flow Visualization

G. M. Carlomagno, and L. de Luca

University of Naples, Italy

 

Pressure Drop Measurement in Dimpled Heat Exchanger Surfaces

A. Berkoune, and T. T. El-Shemmeri

Center de Development des Systems Enérgetiques, Algeria - Staffordshire Polytechnic, Stafford, U.K.

 

Digital Interferometric Temperature Measurement on Axisymmetric Propane-Air, Fuel-Lean Flame

S. M. Tieng, and W. Z. Lai

Taiwan, Roc.

 

 

   
 

 

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