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1 24-27 June 2019 Chania, Crete We are pleased to welcome you to the 6 th Workshop of the International Institute of Cavitation Research (IICR). IICR was founded with the sound support from The Lloyd s Register Foundation in 2012, jointly by City, University of London (UK), TU Delft (NL) and Loughborough University (UK). Since 2016, IICR expanded to a network of leading European institutions participating in joint EU-funded projects. The IICR workshops take place in the years between the triennial Cavitation Symposium. Our aim is to become the leading European conference in the field of Cavitation and Multiphase flows. The 6 th IICR2019 workshop (24-27 th June 2019) follows previous successful events that took place in Chania (2017, 2016) and in London (2014, 2013, 2012). It is focusing on theoretical, numerical and experimental aspects of multiphase flows and their wide range of industrial and biomedical applications. Academics, professional and post-doctoral researchers and PhD students from all over the world will attend, presenting their recent advancements in the field. The workshop is a unique opportunity to exchange ideas, present and discuss work on relevant subjects with leading scientists and industry experts in the field but also to extend social networking. The workshop is Chaired by Prof M. Gavaises (City, University of London) and co- organised by Prof Claus-Dieter Ohl (OVGU Magdeburg), Dr Mohamed Farhat (EPFL), and Dr Steffen Schmidt (TUM) and hosted by the MAICH Conference Centre, in the City of Chania, Crete. Supported by:

2 08:15 08:45 Registration and Coffee/Tea June 25 08:45 09:00 09:00 09:30 09:30 10:00 10:00 10:30 Prof Manolis Gavaises (City, University of London, UK) Welcome & Opening Address Prof Larry Crum (University of Washington, USA) Nucleation of cavitation in vivo Prof Werner Lauterborn (University of Gottingen, DE) Bubbles in front of a solid boundary Session 1 Chair: Prof Claus-Dieter Ohl Prof Holger Schonherr (University of Siegen, DE) Probing hidden interfaces of nanobubbles by elaborate optical and combine optical-force microscopy methods 10:30 10:50 Coffee/Tea Break 10:50 12:40 Poster presentations Session 2 Chair: Prof Claus-Dieter Ohl 12:40 14:00 Lunch Break 14:00 14:30 14:30 15:00 15:00 15:30 Session 3 Chair: Prof Manolis Gavaises Prof Stephane Zaleski (Sorbonne Université, CNRS, Institut Jean le Rond Alembert, FR) High Performance Simulation of Multiphase Flow Prof Yannis Ventikos (University College London, UK) High fidelity simulations of compressible multiphase flows using front tracking Dr Steffen Schmidt (Technical University of Munich, DE) Research Highlights from the MSCA-ITN programme Development and experimental validation of computational models for Cavitating Flows, surface Erosion damage and material loss 15:30 15:50 Coffee/Tea Break 15:50 17:00 Poster presentations 17:00 17:20 Coffee/Tea Break 17:20 18:30 Poster presentations 17:20 18:30 Poster presentations 18:30 19:50 Poster s Evaluation by Award Committees 18:30 19:50 Poster s Refreshments Evaluation & Finger by Award Food Committees Refreshments Finger Food Bus departs to hotels at 20:00 Bus departs to hotels at 20:00 Session 4 Chair: Dr Steffen Schmidt Session 5 Chair: Dr Steffen Session Schmidt 5 Chair: Dr Steffen Schmidt

3 08:00-08:30 Coffee/Tea June 26 Session 1 Chair: Prof Gail ter Haar 08:30 09:00 09:00 09:30 09:30 10:00 Prof Nico De Jong (Erasmus/TU Delft, NL) Vibrating microbubbles for Imaging and Therapy Prof Steven Evans (Leeds University, UK) Microbubbles & Nanobubbles for Therapeutic Drug Delivery Prof Michel Versluis (University of Twente, NL) Bubbles and droplets for nanotechnology and nanomedicine 10:00 10:20 Coffee/Tea break Session 2 Chair: Prof Mohamed Farhat 10:20 12:50 Poster presentations 12:50 14:00 Lunch Break 14:00 14:30 14:30 15:00 15:00 15:30 Dr Ashfaq Adnan (University of Texas, Arlington, USA) Cavitation Bubble Dynamics in Soft Biological Materials Session 3 Chair: Prof Mohamed Farhat Prof Peter Pelz (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Chair of Fluid Systems, DE) Diffusion enters into hydrodynamic cavitation Assoc. Prof Tadd T. Truscott (Utah State University, USA) Cavitation onset caused by accelleration 15:30 15:50 Coffee/Tea Break Session 4 Chair: Prof Richard Bensow 15:50 17:00 Poster presentations 17:00 17:20 Coffee/Tea Break Session 5 Chair: Prof Richard Bensow 17:20 18:40 Poster presentations 18:40 20:00 Poster s evaluation by Award Committees & Refreshments 20:00 23:30 Gala dinner (Maich) Bus departs to hotels at 23:40

4 08:30-09:00 Coffee/Tea June : :00 10:00 10:30 Session 1 Chair: Prof Mohamed Farhat Prof Richard Bensow (Chalmers University, SE) Simulations of cavitating flows in ship hydrodynamics with incompressible flow models Dr Magdalena Neuhauser (Andritz Hydro, CH) Cavitation erosion in hydraulic turbines Prof Michael Wensing (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen- Nürnberg, DE) A metrological view on in-nozzle flow and primary atomization of modern GDI injectors 10:30 10:50 Coffee/ Tea Break :00 Poster presentations Session 2 Chair: Prof Manolis Gavaises 13:00 Prof M. Gavaises (City, University of London, UK) Closing Remarks 13:15 14:30 Lunch

5 24-27 June 2019 Chania, Crete Poster presentation Schedule Poster Award Results will be announced on Thursday the 27th at the closing of the conference Tuesday 25 th Session 2 (10:50-12:40) Chair: Prof Claus-Dieter Ohl 1 10:50-11:00 Microstreaming induced by nonspherical bubble oscillations Ms Sarah Cleve (LabTAU-LMFA, FR) 2 11:00-11:10 High-speed jets from bubbles expanding and collapsing very close to a solid boundary Dr Christiane Lechner (University of Göttingen, DE) 3 11:10-11:20 The Role of Compressibility and Vorticity in Non-Spherical Collapse of a Bubble Near a Rigid Wall Mr Minki Kim (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, US) 4 11:20-11:30 Optical and acoustical detection of cavitation induced shear waves Mr Xiaoming Ji (Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, DE) 5 11:30-11:40 Pearling and fractal instabilities in merging soap bubbles Dr Patricia Pfeiffer (Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, DE) 6 11:40-11:50 Liquid surface break-up induced by cavitation bubble collapse Mr Jiayi Zhou (Chalmers University of Technology, SE) 7 11:50-12:00 Background Oriented Schlieren Applied to Collapsing Bubbles Mr Armand Sieber (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CH) 8 12:00-12:10 Cavitation bubble behaviour in a straight tube with sudden changed cross-section Mr Bo Li (Tsinghua University, CN) 9 12:10-12:20 Cavitation bubble dynamics in T- and X-branch tubes Mr Bo Li (Tsinghua University, CN) 10 12:20-12:30 Interface instability of two-dimensional water droplet induced by laser-induced cavitation Dr Yiwei Wang (University of Chinese Academy of Science, CN) 11 12:30-12:40 Surface wave induced cavitation inception in thin liquid gaps Julien Rapet, (Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, DE) 12 12:40-12:50 Collapse phenomena of deformed cavitation bubbles Dr Mohamed Farhat (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CH)

6 Tuesday 25 th Session 4 (15:50-17:00) Chair: Dr Steffen Schmidt 13 15:50-16:00 Re-entrant Jet / Shock Wave Induced Cavity Shedding Mechanisms for Unsteady Cloud Cavitation Dr Qin Wu (Beijing Institute of Technology, CN) 14 16:00-16:10 Energy Harvesting with Micro Scale Hydrodynamic Cavitation-Thermoelectric Generation Coupling Mr Talebian Gevari Moein (Sabanci University, TR) 15 16:10-16:20 Attached cavities in low Reynolds number flow Dr Amélie Danlos (DynFluid Laboratory, FR) 16 16:20-16:30 Experimental investigations of cavitation instability in co-rotational turbopump Dr Dae-Jin Kim (Korea Aerospace Research Institute, KR) 17 16:30-16:40 Cavitation and Textural Atomization Process: Influence of Needle Lift Mr Fakhry Abuzahra (CNRS-CORIA, FR) 18 16:40-16:50 Experimental investigation of local conditions for chemical conversion of a dye by hydrodynamic cavitation Mr Julius A. Nöpel (Technische Universität Dresden, DE) 19 16:50-17:00 Hydrodynamic cavitation for elimination of pathogentic microorganisms and chemical residuals removal Prof. Pavel Rudolf (Brno University of Technology, CZ) Session 5 (17:20-18:30) Chair: Dr Steffen Schmidt 20 17:20-17:30 Pressure Surge Induced Occurrence of Cavitation in Rocket Engine Feed Line Systems Mr Sebastian Klein (DLR, DE) 21 17:30-17:40 The Morphology of Flash Boiling LN2 Sprays in High-Altitude Liquid Rocket Engines Mr Andreas Rees (DLR, DE) 22 17:40-17:50 Effect of Reynolds number on cavitating flow over circular cylinder Mr Sandeep Kumar Sahu (Indian Institute of Technology Madras, IN) 23 17:50-18:00 Image processing and 3-D reconstruction for evaluating the cavitation structure inside nozzles Dr Noritsune Kawaharada (Leibniz Universität Hannover, DE) 24 18:00-18:10 Effect of L/D on outlet velocities of real-size GDI glass nozzles Mr Chris Conrad (FAU University of Erlangen, DE) 25 18:10-18:20 Correlation of cavitation topology and induced erosion patterns in diesel injector Mr Milad Heidari Koochi (CITY, University of London, UK) 26 18:20-18:30 Cavitating flow around a tandem of 2D hydrofoils: high-speed imaging and PIV measurements Dr Mikhail V. Timoshevskiy (Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics, RU)

7 Wednesday 26 th Session 2 (10:20-12:50) Chair: Prof Mohamed Farhat 27 10:20-10:30 Cavitation Erosion in non-newtonian Fluids Dr Ioannis Karathanassis (CITY, University of London, UK and Sandia National Labs, US) 28 10:30-10:40 Energy focusing in shockwave-bubble interactions Mr Nikolaos Bempedelis (University College London, UK) 29 10:40-10:50 Numerical Simulation of Laser-Induced Forward Transfer (LIFT) Mr Youssef Saade (University of Twente, NL) 30 10:50-11:00 Adaptive mesh interface capturing for cavitating compressible flows in the Discontinuous Galerkin framework Dr Andreas Papoutsakis (CITY, University of London, UK) 31 11:00-11:10 Modeling tissue-selective cavitation damage Ms Lauren Mancia (University of Michigan, US) 32 11:10-11:20 A 2-way coupling Fluid-Solid numerical tool for biomedical applications Dr Yves Paquette (CITY, University of London, UK) 33 11:20-11:30 Oscillating bubble close to an elastic membrane: a coupled FVM FEM approach Mr Jure Zevnik (University of Ljubljana, SL) 34 11:30-11:40 DNS of Flash Atomization of Cryogenic Rocket Propellants Mr Daniels Dias Loureiro (University of Stuttgart, DE) 35 11:40-11:50 An Approach of Coupling Compressible 3D Flow Simulations with a Cavitation Erosion Model for the Assessment of the Incubation Time Mr Felix Schreiner (Ruhr-University Bochum, DE) 36 11:50-12:00 Predicting Cavitation Implosion Loads from Energy Balances Mr Sören Schenke (Delft University of Technology, NL) 37 12:00-12:10 Immersed boundary method for simulation of high-velocity projectile impact on water column Mr Evangelos-Stavropoulos-Vasilakis (CITY, University of London, UK) 38 12:10-12:20 Modeling cavitation coupled atomization Mr Aqeel Ahmed (CNRS-CORIA, FR) 39 12:20-12:30 LES Investigation of Tip-Leakage Vortex Cavitation Mr Huaiyu Cheng (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CH) 40 12:30-12:40 Investigation of cavitation in high-pressure homogenization units using optical methods and CFD simulations Ms Vanessa Gall (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, DE) 41 12:40-12:50 Induced corrosion by transient cavitation in a bioinspired mechanical device Dr Francisco A. Godínez (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, MX)

8 Wednesday 26 th Session 4 (15:50-17:00) Chair: Prof Rickard Bensow 42 15:50-16:00 Numerical and Experimental Study of Cavitation in Hydraulic Control Valve Prof Kohei Okita (Nihon University, JP) 43 16:00-16:10 Simulation of cavitation aggressiveness and cavitation erosion risk on marine propellers in behind condition Mr Themistoklis Melissaris (Wartsila, NL) 44 16:10-16:20 CFD study on cloud cavitation of a ship propeller Mr Keun Woo Shin (MAN Energy Solutions, DE) 45 16:20-16:30 Large-eddy simulations of fuel injection at transcritical conditions Mr Amir Zilic (AVL List, AT) 46 16:30-16:40 A multi-component real-fluid vapor-liquid equilibrium flow solver with high-order finite-difference schemes Mr Jianhang Wang (TU Munich, DE) 47 16:40-16:50 Supercritical, transcritical and subcritical real-fluid mixing at high-pressure conditions using the PC-SAFT EoS Dr Carlos Rodriguez (CITY, University of London, UK) 48 16:50-17:00 Coupled flow and spray simulation of the double-layer multi-holes diesel nozzle Mr Chuqiao Wang (Jiangsu University, CN) Session 5 (17:20-18:40) Chair: Prof Rickard Bensow 49 17:20-17:30 On simulating primary atomization in planar pre-filming airblast atomizer for aircraft relevant conditions Mr Anirudh Asuri Mukundan (CNRS-CORIA, FR) 50 17:30-17:40 Oxymethylene ethers: Analysis of nozzle and spray behaviour based on experiments and simulations Mr Dominik Goeb (RWTH Aachen University, DE) 51 17:40-17:50 Numerical modelling of Liquid Oxygen Two-Phase Flow Expansion at sub- and supercritical conditions Mr Theodoros Lyras (CITY, University of London, UK) 52 17:50-18:00 The influence of geometrical and operational parameter on internal flow characteristics of internally mixing twin-fluid Y-jet atomiser Mr Yasir Nazeer (Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe Gmbh, DE) 53 18:00-18:10 Transient effects of the moving needle to cavitation pattern and vortex - string cavitation formation inside Diesel injector Mr Konstantinos Kolovos (Perkins Engines/Caterpillar, UK) 54 18:10-18:20 Investigation on the removal of the cavitation erosion risk in a control orifice inside a prototype diesel injector Mr Maxwell Brunhart (Delphi Technologies, UK) 55 18:20-18:30 Simulation as an effective tool in GDi Development Mr Eduardo Gomez Santos (Delphi Technologies, LUX) 56 18:30-18:40 On the effect of accurate thermodynamic properties in diesel injection Mr Alvaro Vidal (CITY, University of London, UK) 57 18:40-18:50 Effects of cavitation erosion in a Diesel injector: a numerical study Marco Cristofaro (AVL, AT)

9 Session 2 (10:50-13:00) Chair: Prof Manolis Gavaises 58 10:50-11:00 Modelling of sub-grid turbulence modulation effects in dilute sprays Mr Marco Fistler (Chalmers, SE) 59 11:00-11:10 Numerical investigation of the aerodynamic breakup of a droplet cluster Mr Dionisis Stefanitsis (CERTH, GR) 60 11:10-11:20 Numerical investigation of W/O emulsion droplet breakup under realistic spray conditions Mr Stavros Fostiropoulos (CERTH, GR) 61 11:20-11:30 A Σ-Υ two-fluid model with dynamic local topology detection: Application to droplet dynamics Ms Georgia Nykteri (CITY, University of London, UK) 62 11:30-11:40 Large Eddy Simulation of air-blast atomization using a probability density function method Mr Giovanni Tretola (Imperial College, UK) 63 11:40-11:50 High-Pressure, High-Temperature Fluid Properties of Diesel and Diesel Surrogates: Density, Viscosity, Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium, and Surface Tension Mr Aaron Rowne (AFTON, US) 64 11:50-12:00 Pseudo-Component Property Predictions for Diesel Fuels up to Extreme Pressures Dr Houman Rokni (AFTON, US) 65 12:00-12:10 Quantitative and qualitative interpretation of liquid core behaviour at the primary atomization region Mr Vikrant Babu Mahesh (FAU-University of Erlangen, DE) 66 12:10-12:20 Impact of Ultra-High Fuel Injection Pressure on Diesel Spray Mr Javad Rezaei (FAU- University of Erlangen, DE) 67 12:20-12:30 Initial experiments on laser spark ignition of fuel sprays at engine relevant conditions Mr Minchao Han (University of Melbourne, AU) 68 12:30-12:40 Laser-based investigation of sooting combustion of additized Diesel fuels Ms Natascia Palazzo (FAU-University of Erlangen, DE) 69 12:40-12:50 Applying Chemistry Tabulation For Soot And NOx emissions in Diesel Engines And Validation Using An Automated Workflow Mr Mijo Tvrdojevic (AVL List, AT) 70 12:50-13:00 A theoretical multiscale approach to study soot formation and oxidation Dr Michel Keller (IFP Énergies nouvelles, FR) / Presentation only (no poster) 71 No presentation 72 No presentation 73 No Presentation Thursday 27 th Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) of non-newtonian fluid flow in hydraulic fittings Dr Ioannis Karathanassis (CITY, University of London, UK and Sandia National Labs, US) Spray Characteristics of Additised and Renewable Gasoline Blends under Realistic Engine Conditions Dr Ioannis Karathanassis (CITY, University of London, UK and Sandia National Labs, US) Diesel injection at high pressure/temperature conditions: ECN spray-a Dr Foivos Koukouvinis (CITY, University of London, UK and Sandia National Labs, US)

10 Important Info LANGUAGE The official language of the workshop is English. ROOM ALLOCATION AT THE MAICh CONFERENCE VENUE Conference Room: POSEIDON Posters: POSEIDON Exhibitors: POSEIDON BADGES Badges function as tickets in the Mediterranean Restaurant, which is located in the venue. There, welcome reception on Monday 24/6, lunch and gala dinner on Wednesday 26/6 will take place. Therefore, badges should be worn at all times. RECEIPTS Receipts are inserted in your badge. In case there is no receipt available please contact the conference secretariat. COMPUTER ROOM AND WIFI In MAICh conference venue WIFI can be accessed without a password throughout the seminar. There are different access points. Please use the one with the strongest signal. MAICh provides 50Mbit internet connection who can easily support hundreds concurrent users. In the computer room ARCHIMEDES there are computers which are available: Username: user Password: user SOCIAL PROGRAMME Welcome reception, lunches and Gala Dinner will take place in the MEDITERRANEAN restaurant (MAICh venue). POSTERS The poster exhibitors should ask at the conference secretariat upon arrival where they will hang their poster(s). Moreover, please make sure that posters will be displayed prior to the start of the conference; preferably the day before (24th of June); the allocated room POSEIDON will be open after your registration. There will be boards clearly numbered. Adhesive material for placing the posters on the poster panels will be provided by the conference secretariat. Pins are strictly prohibited. Poster s presentation program is available online at: TRANSPORTATION FROM DESIGNATED HOTELS TO AND FROM THE VENUE/SHUTTLE BUSES Transportation will be provided to the participants staying at the recommended hotels of the workshop. Participants can reach the Conference Center of MAICh by the arranged shuttle buses. The schedule of the shuttle buses and the pick-up points are available at the table below and also will be available at the reception office of each designated hotel as well as the reception of the MAICh Conference Center.

11 The shuttle bus departure time cannot not be delayed. Therefore participants are kindly requested to be at the pick-up points 5-10 minutes earlier. * The pick-up point for KYDON hotel will be outside the AGORA across the National Bank of Greece. HOTELS-AIRPORT Participants are responsible to arrange their own transportation from the hotels to the airport. Best way is taking a taxi which costs approximately from the city centre. GOOD TO KNOW Taxi numbers in Chania: (a) , (b) , (c) Conference secretariat can assist and call taxi if requested (congress hours) Most commercial stores downtown are open during the following times: Monday and Wednesday: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: and 18: Commercial stores in the old city of Chania are open all day. Useful links The Chania city portal While in Chania, you can participate in different events that are organized during is period. More info at: Local transportation Bus No13 connects MAICh venue with the city center. The timetable can be found in the Chania City Bus website. AGORA is the terminal stop as well as the departure stop from the city center to MAICh. The same bus also departs from 1866 Square which is closer to the KTEL bus station than the AGORA terminal station. More info on how to get to MAICh venue can be found at: The conference secretariat is open during the conference hours willing to help and assist participants. Please take into consideration that photos will be taken randomly during the conference, by the MAICh Conference Office, for marketing purposes. All the photos will be displayed on the monitor located outside the Conference Center Office during the conference. If you do not wish to be photographed, or you wish to delete a photo please inform the conference secretariat at MAICh. The Conference Center of MAICh is fully GDPR-compliant. To learn more please visit the webpage:

12 24-27 June 2019 Chania, Crete Bus Schedule & Map MAICh Monday 24/6 Tuesday 25/6 Wednesday 26/6 Thursday 27/6 Morning Evening Morning Evening Morning Evening Morning Evening BUS HALEPA KRITI KYDON 21.15PM 07.30AM 07.40AM 07.50AM 07.30AM 07.40AM 07.50AM 07.50AM 08.00AM 08.10AM 20.00PM 23.40PM * The pick-up point for KYDON hotel will be outside the AGORA across the National Bank of Greece.

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