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OHMORI Takeshi


Keyword

CFD (multiphase flow)

URL

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Takeshi_Omori

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  • 2007.10.01 - , Department of Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Assistant Professor

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Keio University Graduate School, Division of Science and Engineering  Completed Master of Science 2004.03
Technische Universitaet Darmstadt Department of Mechanical Engineering Chair of Fluid-dynamics and Aero-dynamics Ph.D 2008.01
 

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  • Full characterization of the hydrodynamic boundary condition at the atomic scale using an oscillating channel: Identification of the viscoelastic interfacial friction and the hydrodynamic boundary position, Takeshi Omori, Naoki Inoue, Laurent Joly, Samy Merabia, Yasutaka Yamaguchi, Physical Review Fluids,4 114201, 2019.11, Papers

  • Extraction of the equilibrium pinning force on a contact line exerted from a wettability boundary of a solid surface through the connection between mechanical and thermodynamic routes, Hiroki Kusudo, Takeshi Omori, Yasutaka Yamaguchi, The Journal of Chemical Physics,vol. 151, No. 15, 154501_1-13, 2019.10, Papers

  • Large effect of lateral box size in molecular dynamics simulations of liquid-solid friction, Koshun Ogawa, Haruki Oga, Hiroki Kusudo, Yasutaka Yamaguchi, Takeshi Omori, Samy Merabia, Laurent Joly, Physical Review E,Vol.100, 023101_1-8, 2019.08, Papers

  • Green-Kubo measurement of liquid-solid friction in finite-size systems, Haruki Oga, Yasutaka Yamaguchi, Takeshi Omori, Samy Merabia, Laurent Joly, The Journal of Chemical Physics,Vol.151, No.5, 054502_1-9, 2019.08, Papers

  • Shear force measurement of the hydrodynamic wall position in molecular dynamics , Cecilia Herrero, Takeshi Omori, Yasutaka Yamaguchi, Laurent Joly , The Journal of Chemical Physics,vol. 151 No. 4, 041103_1-5, 2019.07, Papers

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  • Special, LES Study of Flow past a Cylindrical Particle Subjected to Mean Shear, Takeshi Omori, Shaker Verlag, ISBN, 978-3-8322-7524-2, 2008.09