Andreas Vouros (PhD), Research Associate
Phone: [+30] 2610 969 431
Andreas Vouros is an active researcher participating in National and European projects. In the last years he is a member of the Research Group of ECATS (Environmentally Compatible Air Transport System) Network of Excellence. His research interests lie in the field of turbulence, heat transfer, two-phase flows, and fluid mechanics–hydraulics, with applications in energy, environment, and aeronautics. He has more than 10 publications in international and refereed conferences whereas in the last years he is publishing in scientific journals. He is experienced in point measuring techniques for velocity, and temperature field measurements (HWA, LDV etc.). Currently, he is responsible for the activities on Fire Performance Characterization of Materials, supporting the accreditation procedure ISO 17025 in Cone Calorimeter measurements.
Vouros A., Panidis Th., 2010 (submitted), Statistical analysis of turbulent thermal free convection over a horizontal heated plate in an open top cavity, Exp. Thermal & Fluid Sci
Dimas A.A., Fourniotis N.Th., Vouros A.P., Demetracopoulos A.P., 2008, Effect of bed dunes on spatial development of open – channel flow, Journal of Hydraulic Research Vol. 46, No. 6, pp. 802–813 doi:10.3826/jhr.2008.3242.
Vouros A., Panidis, Th., Papailiou D.D., Perrakis. K.K., 2005, The Structure of the Free Convection Thermal Field and the Interaction with a Fine Spray, 5th International Symposium on Multiphase Flow, Heat Mass Transfer and Energy Conversion, ISMF’05, pp. 1-9
Vouros, A., Panidis, Th., Papailiou, D. D., 2002, The Interaction of a Fine Spray with a Turbulent Free Convection Flow, Proceedings of the 10th Workshop on Two-Phase Flow Predictions, pp. 374-383
Vouros A., Panidis Th., Papailiou D.D., 2001, The Development of a Fine Spray Against a Thermally Stratified Atmosphere, Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems (ILASS – EUROPE), p.p. 675 – 680.