Marc J. Assael
Professor, Thermophysical Properties

– Ph.D. Chem. Eng. (Imperial College, UK, 1980)
– M.Sc.(Distinction) Chem. Eng. (Imperial College, UK, 1978)
– D.I.C. Chem. Eng. (Imperial College, UK, 1978)
– B.Sc.(Hons) Chem. Eng. (Imperial College, UK, 1977)
– A.C.G.I.(Hons) Chem. Eng. (Imperial College, UK, 1977)

Curriculum vitae

Contact

Office: 304, 3rd floor Building E13
Telephone:
2310.996163          Fax: 2310.996170
Email:
assael@auth.gr
WWW:
http://transp.cheng.auth.gr

Student Reception: Daily 8:30 – 16:00

 

  1. Measurement of the thermal conductivity of fluids and solids. Development of new measuring techniques at extreme conditions of temperature and pressure.
  2. Measurement of the viscosity of fluids. Development of new techniques at extreme conditions of temperature and pressure.
  3. Simulation of environmental processes. Dispersion of toxic pollutants in cities. Simulation of Thessaloniki pollution dispersion. Measurement of airborn particles in city.
  4. Risk Assessment. Effects on humans and materials from fires, explosions and toxic-gas dispersion. MInA: Major Indistrial Accidents database.
  5. Use of multimedia tools in the education of students, but also of pupils and engineers.
  1. Wakeham W.A., Assael M.J., Avelino, H., Bair S., Baled H.O., Bamgbade B., Bazile J.P., Caetano F., Communas M., Daridon J.-L., Diogo J., Enick R., Fareleira J., Fernandez J., Oliveira M.C., Santos T. Tsolakidou Ch., “In Pursuit of a High Temperature, High Pressure, High Viscosity Standard: The Case of TOTM!”, J. Chem. Eng. Data62:2884-2895(2017)
  2. Tertsinidou G.J., Tsolakidou Ch., Pantzali M., Assael M.J., Colla L., Fedele L., Bobbo S., and Wakeham W.A., “New measure¬ments of the apparent thermal conductivity of nanofluids and investigation of their heat transfer capabilities”, J. Chem. Eng. Data62:491–507 (2017)
    Antoniadis K.D., Tertsinidou G.J., Assael M.J., Wakeham W.A., “Necessary conditions for accurate, transient hot-wire measurements of the apparent thermal conductivity of nanofluids are seldom satisfied”, Int. J. Thermophys.37:78-100 (2016).
  3. Huber M.L., Sykioti E.A., Assael M.J., and Perkins R.A “Reference Correlation of the Thermal Conductivity of Carbon Dioxide from the Triple Point to 1100 K and up to 200 MPa”, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 45:013102:1-18 (2016).
  4. Assael M.J., Antoniadis K.D., Metaxa I.N., Mylona S.K., Assael J.-A.M, Wu J., and Hu M., “A Novel Portable Absolute Transient Hot-Wire Instrument for the Measurement of the Thermal Conductivity of Solids”. Int. J. Thermophys. 36:3083–3105 (2015)
  1. Wakeham W.A., Assael M.J., Avelino, H., Bair S., Baled H.O., Bamgbade B., Bazile J.P., Caetano F., Communas M., Daridon J.-L., Diogo J., Enick R., Fareleira J., Fernandez J., Oliveira M.C., Santos T. Tsolakidou Ch., “In Pursuit of a High Temperature, High Pressure, High Viscosity Standard: The Case of TOTM!”, J. Chem. Eng. Data62:2884-2895(2017)
  2. Tertsinidou G.J., Tsolakidou Ch., Pantzali M., Assael M.J., Colla L., Fedele L., Bobbo S., and Wakeham W.A., “New measure¬ments of the apparent thermal conductivity of nanofluids and investigation of their heat transfer capabilities”, J. Chem. Eng. Data62:491–507 (2017)
    Antoniadis K.D., Tertsinidou G.J., Assael M.J., Wakeham W.A., “Necessary conditions for accurate, transient hot-wire measurements of the apparent thermal conductivity of nanofluids are seldom satisfied”, Int. J. Thermophys.37:78-100 (2016).
  3. Huber M.L., Sykioti E.A., Assael M.J., and Perkins R.A “Reference Correlation of the Thermal Conductivity of Carbon Dioxide from the Triple Point to 1100 K and up to 200 MPa”, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 45:013102:1-18 (2016).
  4. Assael M.J., Antoniadis K.D., Metaxa I.N., Mylona S.K., Assael J.-A.M, Wu J., and Hu M., “A Novel Portable Absolute Transient Hot-Wire Instrument for the Measurement of the Thermal Conductivity of Solids”. Int. J. Thermophys. 36:3083–3105 (2015)
  1. Gkatzoflia Anna (Starting Year: 2012)
  2. Chatzimichailidis Arsenios (Starting Year: 2013)
  3. Tertsinidou Georgia (Starting Year: 2014)