Professor Barry Azzopardi MSc, PhD (born Gibraltar, 1947) is a chemical engineer specialising in multiphase flow research. He is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers and is currently Lady Trent Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Nottingham.
YANG, L. and AZZOPARDI, B. J., 2007. Phase split of liquid-liquid two-phase flow at a horizontal T-junction. Internal Journal of Multiphase Flow, 33(2), 207-216.
AZZOPARDI, B., 2006. Flow controlled critical heat flux: developments in annular flow modelling. Archives of Thermodynamics, 27(2), 3-22.
AZZOPARDI,B.J., 2006. Book review:Gas Pipeline Hydraulics. Fuel, 85(10-11), 1603.
LESTER, E., BLOOD, P., DENYER, J., GIDDINGS, D., AZZOPARDI, B. and POLIAKOFF, M., 2006. Reaction engineering: the supercritical water hydrothermal synthesis of nano-particles. Journal of Supercritical Fluids, 37(2), 209-214.
MAK, C. Y., OMEBERE-IYARI, N. K. and AZZOPARDI, B. J., 2006. The split of vertical two-phase flow at a small diameter T-junction. Chemical Engineering Science, 61(19), 6261-6272.
YANG, L., AZZOPARDI, B.J., BELGHAZI, A. and NAKANISHI, S., 2006. Phase separation of liquid-liquid two-phase flow at a T-junction. AIChE Journal, 52(1), 141-149.
CHONG, L. Y., AZZOPARDI, B. J. and BATE, D. J., 2005. Calculation of considerations at which dryout occurs in the serpentine channels of fired reboilers. Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 83(4), 412-422.
DAS, G., DAS, P. K. and AZZOPARDI, B. J., 2005. The split of stratified gas-liquid flow at a small diameter T-junction. International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 31(4), 514-528.
EASTWICK, C.N., HEUBNER, K., AZZOPARDI, B.J., SIMMONS, K.A., YOUNG, C. and MORRISON, R., 2005. Film flow around bearing chamber support structures. In: Proceedings of ASME Turbo Expo 2005: Power for Land, Sea and Air, Reno, USA. New York: ASME Press, 3.
HANKINS, N., HILAL, N., OGUNBIYI, O. O. and AZZOPARDI, B., 2005. Inverted polarity micellar enhanced ultrafiltration for the treatment of heavy metal polluted wastewater. Desalination, 185(1-3), 185-202.
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