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Dimitrios Tzempelikos

  • PhD Mechanical Engineer
  • University of Patras Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics
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Research interests

Food EngineeringNumerical modellingCFD

About

Dimitrios Tzempelikos is a PhD Researcher. Fields of expertise: Heat and mass transfer, CFD, Convection, Numerical modelling, Experimental design, Instrumentation, Food processing and engineering. He has worked for more than 12 years, in different posts as a mechanical engineer designing, constructing and supervising private and public projects deal with HVAC systems, geothermal systems, BMS, photovoltaic systems, fire protection systems, lighting systems, emergency power generator stations.

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Publications (5)

  • Analysis of alternative MSW treatment technologies with the aim of energy recovery in the municipality of Vari-Voula-Vouliagmeni

    • Thanopoulos S
    • Karellas S
    • Kavrakos M
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  • Vacuum drying of apples (cv. Golden Delicious): drying characteristics, thermodynamic properties, and mass transfer parameters

    • Nadi F
    • Tzempelikos D
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  • Computational and experimental study of heat and mass transport phenomena in a new laboratory mechanical dryer

    • Tzempelikos D
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  • Experimental study on convective drying of quince slices and evaluation of thin-layer drying models

    • Tzempelikos D
    • Vouros A
    • Bardakas A
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  • Numerical modelling of heat and mass transfer during convective drying of cylindrical quince slices

    • Tzempelikos D
    • Mitrakos D
    • Vouros A
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Education

University of Patras Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics