electrostatics 2015

Programme


Please note that the programme is subject to change.

The event will start with registration for early arrivals on Sunday 12 April (timings and location to be confirmed). The main conferences sessions will start at 08:45 on Monday 13 April and close at lunchtime on Thursday 16 April.

 Overview    Monday 13 April   Tuesday 14 April   Wednesday 15 April  Thursday 16 April  

Poster session 1 (Monday)
    Poster session 2 (Tuesday)

Poster session 2 (Tuesday 14 April)

 
   
P2.01

Acoustic effects of single electrostatic discharges
Lukasz Orzech, Institute of Mining Technology KOMAG, Poland

P2.02

Non-contact surface resistivity tester for the material greater than 10Ω
Toshiyuki Sugimoto, Yamagata University, Japan

P2.03

Current oscillograms of streamers in air by 50 μs voltage pulse impact
Vladimir Chirkov, St. Petersburg State University, Russia

P2.04

Characterization of dielectric materials by the extension of voltage response method
Zoltán Ádám Tamus, Budapest University of Technology & Economics, Hungary

P2.05

Modelling material dependent parameters of layer type straight coils for fast transient pulses
Zoltán Ádám Tamus, Budapest University of Technology & Economics, Hungary

P2.06

Re-creation of aerosol charge state found near HV power lines using a high voltage corona charger
James C Matthews, University of Bristol, UK

P2.07

Discrete element method modeling of the triboelectric charging of polyethylene particles: Can particle size distribution and segregation reduce the charging?
Ladislav Konopka, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, Czech Republic

P2.08

Electrostatic modeling of cavities inside linear actuators
Tom van Beek, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

P2.09

General method for determining multipolar dielectrophoretic forces for arbitrary particle and electrode/field geometries
Nicolas Green, University of Southampton, UK

P2.10

Numerical study of electrical double layer development: Analysis of the charge genesis
Thierry Paillat, Institut P’ – CNRS – Université de Poitiers – ENSMA, France

P2.11

Numerical study on the DC corona discharge for the active airflow control along the flat plate
Kazimierz Adamiak, University of Western Ontario (UWO), Canada

P2.12

Aerosol droplet charge control via rapid plasma transport
Paul Maguire, University of Ulster, UK

P2.13

Corona charging triode systems
Meziane Kaci, University of Bejaia, Algeria

P2.14

Characterization of three electrode systems for charging electrets
Meziane Kaci, University of Bejaia, Algeria

P2.15

A study of metal extraction from mineral using non-thermal plasma in water
Anto tri Sugiarto, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Indonesia

P2.16

Impact of presence of space charges and water trees on the electric field distribution in the polymeric insulation of a medium voltage cable
Abdelouahab Mekhaldi, Ecole Nationale Polytechnique d’Alger, Algeria

P2.17

Mechanism analysis and experimental research on aero-engine exhaust electrostatic charging
Du Zhaoheng, Institute of Electrostatic and Electromagnetic Protection, China

P2.18

Novel sensing technique for static charge polarity detection of pharmaceutical particulates
Tariq Hussain, University of Greenwich, UK

P2.19 Intelligent electrostatic induction hydraulic spray nozzle for controlling cotton plant insects
Murtadha Al-Mamury, Brunel University London, UK

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline (poster only):
    9 January 2015
    • Paper submission deadline:
      3 February 2015
  • Early registration deadline:
    28 February 2015
  • Registration deadline:
    1 April 2015

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