S.V. Paras
S.V. Paras
Professor, Dept Chem Eng, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
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Investigating the efficacy of nanofluids as coolants in plate heat exchangers (PHE)
MN Pantzali, AA Mouza, SV Paras
Chemical Engineering Science 64 (14), 3290-3300, 2009
3512009
Effect of nanofluids on the performance of a miniature plate heat exchanger with modulated surface
MN Pantzali, AG Kanaris, KD Antoniadis, AA Mouza, SV Paras
International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow 30 (4), 691-699, 2009
2542009
Effect of liquid properties on the performance of bubble column reactors with fine pore spargers
AA Mouza, GK Dalakoglou, SV Paras
Chemical Engineering Science 60 (5), 1465-1475, 2005
2032005
Experimental study of bubble formation at metal porous spargers: effect of liquid properties and sparger characteristics on the initial bubble size distribution
NA Kazakis, AA Mouza, SV Paras
Chemical Engineering Journal 137 (2), 265-281, 2008
1482008
Statistical characteristics of free falling films at high Reynolds numbers
TD Karapantsios, SVT Paras, AJ Karabelas
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 15 (1), 1-21, 1989
1471989
Optimal design of a plate heat exchanger with undulated surfaces
AG Kanaris, AA Mouza, SV Paras
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 48 (6), 1184-1195, 2009
1352009
Xanthan production by Xanthomonas campestris in batch cultures
M Papagianni, SK Psomas, L Batsilas, SV Paras, DA Kyriakidis, ...
Process Biochemistry 37 (1), 73-80, 2001
1282001
Properties of the liquid layer in horizontal annular flow
SV Paras, AJ Karabelas
International journal of multiphase flow 17 (4), 439-454, 1991
1221991
Flow and heat transfer prediction in a corrugated plate heat exchanger using a CFD code
AG Kanaris, AA Mouza, SV Paras
Chemical Engineering & Technology: Industrial Chemistry‐Plant Equipment …, 2006
1212006
Droplet entrainment and deposition in horizontal annular flow
SV Paras, AJ Karabelas
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 17 (4), 455-468, 1991
1041991
Liquid layer characteristics in stratified—Atomization flow
SV Paras, NA Vlachos, AJ Karabelas
International journal of multiphase flow 20 (5), 939-956, 1994
951994
Characteristics of developing free falling films at intermediate Reynolds and high Kapitza numbers
EIP Drosos, SV Paras, AJ Karabelas
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 30 (7-8), 853-876, 2004
912004
Drop size distribution in highly concentrated liquid–liquid dispersions using a light back scattering method
J Lovick, AA Mouza, SV Paras, GJ Lye, P Angeli
Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology: International Research in …, 2005
762005
Measurement of liquid film thickness using a laser light absorption method
AA Mouza, NA Vlachos, SV Paras, AJ Karabelas
Experiments in fluids 28 (4), 355-359, 2000
702000
Flow and heat transfer in narrow channels with corrugated walls: a CFD code application
AG Kanaris, AA Mouza, SV Paras
Chemical Engineering research and design 83 (5), 460-468, 2005
672005
Experimental investigation of the flow of a blood analogue fluid in a replica of a bifurcated small artery
AD Anastasiou, AS Spyrogianni, KC Koskinas, GD Giannoglou, SV Paras
Medical engineering & physics 34 (2), 211-218, 2012
612012
Liquid-to-wall shear stress distribution in stratified/atomization flow
NA Vlachos, SV Paras, AJ Karabelas
International journal of multiphase flow 23 (5), 845-863, 1997
611997
Counter-current gas–liquid flow in a vertical narrow channel—Liquid film characteristics and flooding phenomena
EIP Drosos, SV Paras, AJ Karabelas
International journal of multiphase flow 32 (1), 51-81, 2006
572006
Bubble columns with fine pore sparger and non-Newtonian liquid phase: prediction of gas holdup
AD Anastasiou, AD Passos, AA Mouza
Chemical Engineering Science 98, 331-338, 2013
552013
Co-current stratified gas–liquid downflow—Influence of the liquid flow field on interfacial structure
JS Lioumbas, SV Paras, AJ Karabelas
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 31 (8), 869-896, 2005
542005
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