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M.Sc. Julia Schuler

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(+49)231 755-8084

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Fakultät Bio- und Chemieingenieurwesen
Arbeitsgruppe ApparateDesign
Geschossbau 3

Room 513

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Curriculum Vitae

Julia Schuler has studied mechanical engineering at Paderborn University since 2012 with a focus on energy technology and process engineering. She performed her study thesis about the “Experimental and computational study of interstitial saturation and transport in oil mist filters” at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. This work included the investigation of multiphase flow using micro CT and CFD. Julia completed her masters with the thesis “Modelling and theoretical comparison of different approaches for the treatment of nitrous waste gases” which she performed at Lanxess Deutschland GmbH in Leverkusen. Since July 2018 she works as a research associate at the Laboratory of Equipment Design. In her research she will examine the transport phenomena in miniaturized equipment using micro CT.

Research

For the design and optimization of miniaturized equipment a deeper understanding of the ongoing transport phenomena is essential. However, to gain insights into flow patterns on a small scale non-invasive measurement technologies are desirable. A non-invasive 3d imaging technique based on the attenuation of X-rays, such as micro CT, allows profound insights into fluid flow in the submicron range. In combination with other analyzing methods, e.g. Raman spectroscopy, or numerical investigations, micro CT is a promising tool for the examination of different kind of stationary or periodic phenomena.


Publications

Journal Articles

journalJulia Schuler, Norbert Kockmann

Micro‐computed tomography for the investigation of stationary liquid–liquid and liquid–gas interfaces in capillaries

AIChE Journal, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1002/aic.16890


Conference Proceedings

proceedingJulia Schuler, Norbert Kockmann

Investigation of Multiphase Interfaces in Small Channels Using Micro CT

ASME-ICNMM2019, 2019, vol. 2019, https://doi.org/10.1115/ICNMM2019-4203


Talks

talkJulia Schuler, Norbert Kockmann

Application of microCT for the visualization of multiphase phenomena in small ducts

ECCE 12 - 12th Euopean Congress of Chemical Engineering, 15.-19092019, Florence, Italy

talkJ. Schuler, N. Kockmann

Investigation of multiphase interfaces in small channels using micro CT

ASME-ICNMM2019-4203 17th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels, 23.-26.06.2019, St. John's, Canada


Posters

posterJ. Schuler, J. Ernst, J. Herath, N. Kockmann

Investigation of liquid/liquid mass transfer in small equipment using X-Ray based imaging techniques

Jahrestreffen der ProcessNet-Fachgruppen Mischvorgänge, Trocknungstechnik und Wärme-und Stoffübertragung 2019, 18.-20.03.2019, Essen, Germany


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Scientific Theses

BachelorChristopher Janis Kurth (Supervisor: Julia Schuler)

Development of a methodology for the measurement of binary diffusion coefficients using micro computed tomography

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 09.03.2020

MasterLaura Maria Neuendorf (Supervisor: Julia Schuler)

Three-dimensional investigation of droplet generation using microCT

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 20.01.2020

MasterFelix Buthmann (Supervisor: Julia Schuler)

3D investigation of diffusion related mass transfer in liquid/liquid flows using X-ray microtomography

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 31.10.2019

MasterKai Petersen (Supervisor: Julia Schuler)

Development of a methodology for the three-dimensional investigation of periodic liquid/liquid flows in micro channels using micro computed tomography

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 26.08.2019

MasterJ. Ernst (Supervisor: Julia Schuler)

Entwicklung einer Extraktionsmesszelle zur dreidimensionalen Untersuchung von Stofftransport mittels Mikrocomputertomographie

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 22.05.2019

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