Dipl. Eng., PhD, Research Associate
Phone: [+30] 2610 99 7249, 694 75 63 986
Souflas Konstantinos is a Research Engineer specializing in the reacting and non-reacting laminar and turbulent flows. His research has been mainly focused on the characterization of stratified, bluff body, stabilized flames under a range of inlet mixture temperatures and the estimation of fundamental laminar flame properties via optical measurements. Moreover, his research field includes the investigation of flame stabilization characteristics, pollutant emissions and combustion efficiency. He has also participated in national and international scientific projects and in the co-authoring and translation supervision of academic books.
Souflas, K., Perrakis, K., Koutmos P., (2020), “On the turbulent flow and pollutant emission characteristics of disk stabilized propane-air flames, under inlet mixture stratification and preheat.”, Volume 260, Article 116333.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fuel.2019.116333
Souflas, K., Koutmos P., (2018), “On the non-reacting flow and mixing fields of an axisymmetric disk stabilizer, under inlet mixture stratification and preheat.”, Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, Volume 99, p. 357-366, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.expthermflusci.2018.08.008
Souflas, K., Psarakis, E. Z., Koutmos, P., Egolfopoulos F.N., (2018), “Low Cost Image Processing of Bunsen Flame Photography for Estimation of Flame Speeds.”, Combustion Science and Technology,Volume 191, Issue 7, p. 1123-1138,https://doi.org/10.1080/00102202.2018.1512105
Banyon, C., Rodriguez Henriquez, J.J., Paterakis, G., Malliotakis, Z., Souflas, K., Keramiotis, C., Vourliotakis, G., Mauss, F., Curran, H., Skevis, G., Koutmos, P., Founti, M., (2018), “A comparative study of varied in-cylinder reaction environments on swirl flame geometry and luminescence intensity.” Fuel, Volume 216, p. 826-834, org/10.1016/j.fuel.2017.09.105
Koutmos P., Souflas K., (2011),“A Study of Slender Bluff Body Reacting Wakes formed by Concurrentor Counter-current Fuel Injection”,Combustion Science and Technology, Volume 184, Issue 19, p. 1343-1365, https://doi.org/10.1080/00102202.2012.691583