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Carlos Hidrovo
Carlos Hidrovo
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Northeastern University
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Emission reabsorption laser induced fluorescence (ERLIF) film thickness measurement
CH Hidrovo, DP Hart
Measurement Science and Technology 12 (4), 467, 2001
1902001
3-D numerical simulation of contact angle hysteresis for microscale two phase flow
C Fang, C Hidrovo, F Wang, J Eaton, K Goodson
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 34 (7), 690-705, 2008
1582008
Enhancement of the thermo-mechanical properties of PDMS molds for the hot embossing of PMMA microfluidic devices
M Kim, BU Moon, CH Hidrovo
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 23 (9), 095024, 2013
1262013
Energetic performance optimization of a capacitive deionization system operating with transient cycles and brackish water
ON Demirer, RM Naylor, CAR Perez, E Wilkes, C Hidrovo
Desalination 314, 130-138, 2013
1072013
Pressure and partial wetting effects on superhydrophobic friction reduction in microchannel flow
TJ Kim, C Hidrovo
Physics of Fluids 24 (11), 2012
822012
A thermophysical battery for storage-based climate control
S Narayanan, H Kim, A Umans, S Yang, X Li, SN Schiffres, SR Rao, ...
Applied energy 189, 31-43, 2017
622017
The improved resistance of PDMS to pressure-induced deformation and chemical solvent swelling for microfluidic devices
Y Huang, K Choi, CH Hidrovo
Microelectronic engineering 124, 66-75, 2014
622014
Optimization of capillary flow through square micropillar arrays
RS Hale, RT Bonnecaze, CH Hidrovo
International journal of multiphase flow 58, 39-51, 2014
502014
Excitation nonlinearities in emission reabsorption laser-induced fluorescence techniques
CH Hidrovo, RR Brau, DP Hart
Applied optics 43 (4), 894-913, 2004
502004
Capillary flow through rectangular micropillar arrays
RS Hale, R Ranjan, CH Hidrovo
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 75, 710-717, 2014
482014
Macro analysis of the electro-adsorption process in low concentration nacl solutions for water desalination applications
CAR Perez, ON Demirer, RL Clifton, RM Naylor, CH Hidrovo
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 160 (3), E13, 2013
482013
Measurement and modeling of liquid film thickness evolution in stratified two-phase microchannel flows
JE Steinbrenner, CH Hidrovo, FM Wang, S Vigneron, ES Lee, TA Kramer, ...
Applied Thermal Engineering 27 (10), 1722-1727, 2007
432007
2D thickness and temperature mapping of fluids by means of a two-dye laser induced fluorescence ratiometric scheme
CH Hidrovo
Journal of Flow Visualization and Image Processing 9 (2&3), 2002
422002
Experimental investigation of inertial mixing in colliding droplets
B Carroll, C Hidrovo
Heat Transfer Engineering 34 (2-3), 120-130, 2013
412013
Dual emission laser induced fluorescence technique (DELIF) for oil film thickness and temperature measurement
CH Hidrovo, DP Hart
AMSE/JSME Fluids Engineering Decision Summer Meeting Jul, 23-28, 2000
392000
Advanced cooling technologies for microprocessors
TW Kenny, KE Goodson, JG Santiago, E Wang, JM Koo, L Jiang, E Pop, ...
International journal of high speed electronics and systems 16 (01), 301-313, 2006
382006
Flow regime mapping of high inertial gas–liquid droplet microflows in flow-focusing geometries
A Shahriari, MM Kim, S Zamani, N Phillip, B Nasouri, CH Hidrovo
Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 20, 1-13, 2016
372016
Impact of channel geometry on two-phase flow in fuel cell microchannels
JE Steinbrenner, ES Lee, CH Hidrovo, JK Eaton, KE Goodson
Journal of Power Sources 196 (11), 5012-5020, 2011
342011
Liquid-in-gas droplet microfluidics; experimental characterization of droplet morphology, generation frequency, and monodispersity in a flow-focusing microfluidic device
P Tirandazi, CH Hidrovo
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 27 (7), 075020, 2017
322017
Droplet detachment mechanism in a high-speed gaseous microflow
B Carroll, C Hidrovo
Journal of fluids engineering 135 (7), 071206, 2013
312013
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