Project Details


Cooling is of upmost importance in crucial technological applications, for example data centres, biomaterial conservation, or battery thermal management. An effective and environmental-friendly strategy to cope with the always higher heat fluxes is deploying boiling.

The cooling efficiency depends on phenomena at very small scales, such as bubble nucleation and size. Nowadays we don't know so much about the most profound physical causes of a liquid-vapour transition.

The project offers an innovative, powerful multiscale mathematical and numerical simulation approach, based on a fluctuating diffuse interface modelling, to address the mechanism of boiling at nano- and mesoscale for various fluids and temperatures.
Effective start/end date1/01/2230/06/25


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