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Melissa Chee

Melissa Chee

PhD student


Office Phone: 330144

Biography:

BA, MEng, Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge, 2017

Research Interests

Paste, Particle and Polymer Processing group

Understanding and developing models to predict the flow patterns generated by impinging liquid jets. The work is driven by the wide use of impinging liquid jets as components of cleaning-in-place (CIP) systems to distribute cleaning solutions and rinsing liquid around the walls of tanks, reactors and other process vessels.

Keywords

  • flow
  • cleaning

Key Publications

Chee, M.W.L., Balaji, S., Cuckston, G.L., Davidson, J.R. and Wilson, D.I. (2018) Pendant drops shed from a liquid lens formed by liquid draining down the inner wall of a wide vertical tube, Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 97, 364-374 

Chee, M.W.L., Ahuja, T.V., Bhagat, R.K., Taesopapong, N., Wan, S.A., Wigmore, R.L. and Wilson, D.I. (2018) Impinging jet cleaning of tank walls: Effect of jet length, wall curvature and related phenomena, Food and Bioproducts Processing, In Press 

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