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Tess Homan is an assistant professor at the Power and Flow group in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Her main research interest is fundamental fluid dynamics. Experimental techniques, with an emphasis on data analysis, are used to gather understanding in the fields of fluid-particle flow, bubbly flow, and biological systems.
Good data processing proves: There is more than meets the eye.
Tess Homan studied Applied Physics at the university of Twente with a master in Fluid Physics. In 2013 she obtained a PhD on the subject of interstitial air and granular matter under supervision of prof. dr. Devaraj van der Meer and prof. dr. Detlef Lohse. She did a first postdoc at ENS de Lyon on three-phase flows, followed by a second postdoc in Biophysics at Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1. In 2018 she became an assistent professor in the Power and Flow group.
Reduction kinetics of combusted iron powder using hydrogenPowder Technology (2022)
Reduction and sintering behaviour of combusted iron powder in a packed bed reactor1st International Workshop on Reacting Particle-Gas Systems (2022)
Iron powder regeneration using H2 as part of the metal fuel cycleCombura 2021 Symposium, NVV 2021 (2021)
Modeling the direct reduction of iron oxide powder using experimentally-measured reaction kinetics14th International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics In the Oil & Gas, Metallurgical and Process Industries (2020)
Regenerating iron for carbon-neutral energy storageNetherlands Process Technology Symposium, NPS16 (2019)
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