Research Profile for Margaris Dionisios - Eleutherios

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Margaris Dionisios - Eleutherios
Mechanical & Aeronautics Engineering
Research Activity
Gas-liquid-solid particles, hot air dehydration, Fluid dynamics analysis, Aeroacoustic analysis.
1. Multiphase flows of gas-liquid-solid particles. 2. Gas-liquid two-phase flow air-lift pump performance. 3. Centrifugal and T-junction separation modelling in gas-liquid two-phase flow. 4. Experimental and theoretical investigation of hot air dehydration of agricultural products. 5. Experimental and theoretical investigation of capillary pumped loops. 6. Steady and transient flows in pipes and network. 7. Numerical simulation of centrifugal pump performance. 8. Fluid dynamics analysis of wind turbines and aerodynamic installations. 9. Aeroacoustic analysis and environmental impacts of wind turbines. Participating in several research projects supported by HAI, GSRT, CEC-THERMIE
Research Infrastructure
Dionissios P. Margaris, Assistant Professor, Fluid Mechanics Lab., Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics Dept., 19 PhD students and 3 Post-Doc
Research Activities
1. PAVET 2005: Solar energy exploitation for the operation of a heat transfer capillary pumped loop and application to fish farms heating systems. (2006-2007).
2. CEEX 2006-Romanian Ministry of Education and Research: «Modernization and optimization of specific technologies for dehydration of ecological horticultural products - HORDES», (2006-2007). In cooperation with Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest-UTCB, Romania.

1. Margaris D. P., Ghiaus A. G., «Experimental study of hot air dehydration of Sultana grapes», Journal of Food Engineering, 79, (2007), pp. 1115-1121.
2. Margaris D. P., «T-junction separation modelling in gas-liquid two-phase flow», Chemical Engineering and Processing, 46, (2007), pp. 150-158.
3. Diamantis Z. G., Photeinos D. I., Margaris D. P., Tsahalis D. T., «Performance of heat pipes as capillary pumps: Experiments», International Journal of Low Carbon Technologies. (Accepted for publication), (2007).
Additional Information
FP7 research themes for potential involvement:

1. Energy (Solar energy, Wind energy)
2. Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology (Drying of agricultural products)