To experimentally investigate and to develop a theoretical model for solidification and for a capillarity driven liquid flow in a cold groove as typically encountered on structured or rough solid or ice substrates
- Study of the flow propagation and freezing in liquid rivulet in a single groove
- Rivulet flow in two intersecting grooves
Detection of ice conditions in aeroengines by performance indicators and acoustic sensors (PWG1)
Gerlach, F., Hussong, J., Roisman, I. V., & Tropea, C. (2020). Capillary rivulet rise in real-world corners. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 592, 124530.
Gerlach, F., Hartmann, M., Hussong, J., & Tropea, C. (2021). Rivulets of finite height. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 616, 126012.
Kubochkin, N., & Gambaryan-Roisman, T. (2022). Capillary-driven flow in corner geometries. Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science, 101575.
Gurumurthy, V. T., Baumhauer, M., Khair, A., Roisman, I. V., Tropea, C., & Garoff, S. (2022). Forced wetting in a square capillary. Physical Review Fluids, 7(11), 114002
A monthly amount of 3,942.20 € will be provided by the Research Executive Agency. This sum is made up of the monthly Living Allowance in the amount of 3,342.20 € which already includes the country coefficient specified by the European Commission and the Mobility Allowance of 600.00 €. Moreover, a family allowance of 660.00 € is provided if the recruited doctoral candidate has or acquires family obligations during the action duration. This monthly amount corresponds to the budgetary burden for the employment of the EU researcher and equals the gross salary (i.e. before any deductions, such as health insurance, social security, taxes…) for the activities to be remunerated.