Dr Dalton Harvie
- BMech.Eng(Uni Syd), PhD Eng.(Uni Syd)
- Phone Number
- 61 3 8344 6421
- Fax Number
- 61 3 8344 4153
- Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
- Office Location
- Rm 3.09, Bldg 165
- Further Information
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Lecture core second year engineering course:
- Introduction to Transport Processes
- Process Engineering 2 (from 2008)
Current Research Fields: Experience and Future Directions
Microfluidic Droplets; Microfluidic Electrokinetics; Surface Wettability and Structure; Droplet/Surface Interactions; An Eulerian Description of Disperse Phase Flows; Spray Dryer Technology.
Selected Recent Publications
Dalton J. E. Harvie, M. R. Davidson, and Murray Rudman. An analysis of parasitic current generation in volume of uid simulations. Appl. Math Mod., 30(10):1056-1066, 2006. [link]
David Fletcher, Baoyu Guo, Dalton J. E. Harvie, Tim Langrish, Justin Nijdam, and Jennifer Williams. What is important in the simulation of spray dryer performance and how do current CFD models perform? Appl. Math Mod., 30:1281-1292, 2006.
Gary Rosengarten, Dalton J. E. Harvie, and Justin J. Cooper-White. Contact angle e ects on microdroplet deformation using CFD. Appl. Math Mod., 30(10):1033-1042, 2006.
Dalton J. E. Harvie, Malcolm R. Davidson, Justin J. Cooper-White, and Murray J. Rudman. A parametric study of droplet deformation through a micro uidic contraction: Low viscosity Newtonian droplets. Chemical Engineering Science, 61:5149-5158, 2006.
Malcolm R. Davidson, Dalton J. E. Harvie, and Justin J. Cooper-White. Simulations of pendant drop formation of a viscoelastic liquid. Korea-Australia Rheology Journal, 18 (2):41-49, June 2006.
Dalton J. E. Harvie, Malcolm R. Davidson, Justin J. Cooper-White, and Murray J. Rudman. A parametric study of droplet deformation through a micro uidic contraction: Shear thinning liquids. International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 33(5):545-556, 2007.
Malcolm R. Davidson and Dalton J. E. Harvie. Electroviscous e ects in low reynolds number liquid flow through a slit-like microfluidic contraction. Chemical Engineering Science, 62:4229-4240, 2007.