Publications & Data
With more than 115 researchers and students at work on more than 20 large and small scale projects, CET’s publications and data output is impressive.
CET Research highlights and events
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Academic publications are available online through University of Adelaide researcher profiles and the staff directory.
CET Executive committee publications:
Professor Gus Nathan, Director, Centre for Energy Technology
Professor Michael Goodsite, Director, Institute for Sustainability, Energy and Resources
Associate Professor Maziar Arjomandi, School of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Professor Greg Metha, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Associate Professor Liam Wagner, Centre for Global Food and Resources, Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
Professor Veronica Soebarto, School of Architecture & Built Environment, Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Dr Ali Pourmousavi Kani, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Dr Ulrike Schacht, Australian School of Petroleum and Energy Resources, Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Dr Philip van Eyk, School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials, Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
International Sooting Flame Workshop data
Two-phase flow data
Particle-laden turbulent pipe jet in weak co-flow
Detailed experiments were conducted on a mono-disperse, particle-laden turbulent jet issuing from a long, vertically mounted pipe, into a weak co-flow. Simultaneous planar measurements of the particle-phase concentration and velocity, as well as measurements of the single-phase (un-laden) jet were conducted whereby the Stokes number was systematically varied from SkD = 0.3 to 22.4.
Link to downloadable full data-sets.
Heliostat wind loads data
Detailed experiments were conducted on a series of heliostat mirrors of different chord lengths (c) and at different elevation axis heights (H) in the simulated ABL generated using two configurations of spires and roughness. Force and surface pressure measurements were analysed to relate the lift force and hinge moment coefficients on the stowed heliostat to the turbulence characteristics of the ABL. Data is available under three headings:
- Lift and hinge moment coefficients on isolated heliostats in stow position(Emes et al. 2017)
- Lift and hinge moment coefficients on tandem heliostats in stow position (Emes et al. 2018)
- Drag coefficients on normal heliostats