Paolo Di Marco: Resumè
Paolo Di Marco: Resumè
Associate Professor, Engineering Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer,
Faculty of Engineering, University of Pisa.
- Birth: Florence (Italy) 12 June 1956
- Married, two children.
Dipartimento di Energetica, Universita' di Pisa, via Diotisalvi 2, 56126 PISA (I).
Tel. ++39-50-0502217107; FAX ++39-050-2217150, E-mail: email@example.com.
via di Piaggetta 16, 56121, Pisa; Tel. ++39-050-25259
- High School: Classical Studies, 1975.
- Degree in Nuclear Engineering, cum laude, University of Pisa, March 1984.
- Research Doctorate (Ph.D.) in "Nuclear Engineering Safety", University of Pisa, 1990.
- Post-graduate courses: Short Course on Two-Phase Flow Fundamentals for
Industrial Applications, Zurich, March 23-27, 1987. Physical modelling
of gas-liquid flows, Pisa, May 21-26, 1990.
- March 1984 - February 1986: external consultant,
Dipartimento di Costruzioni Meccaniche e Nucleari, University of Pisa.
Mechanichal and thermal-hydraulic design and construction of PIPER-ONE apparatus.
- March 1986 - February 1989: Research Doctorate (Ph.D.),
Nuclear Engineering Safety, Universita' di Pisa. Meanwhile: visiting
research assistant (Feb. 88- Aug. 88) at Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute, Troy, NY, USA (Prof R.T. Lahey).
- March 1989 - January 1990: external consultant, Dipartimento di
Costruzioni Meccaniche e Nucleari, University of Pisa. PIPER-ONE research team.
- February 1990 - November 1990: external consultant,
Dipartimento di Ingegneria Chimica, University of Pisa. Measurements
in two-phase and three-phase flows.
- December 1990 - August 1994: research assistant, Dipartimento di
Energetica, University of Pisa. Instructor in Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer.
- September 1994 - February 2000: assistant professor, Engineering
Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, Faculty of Engineering, University of Pisa.
- Since March 2000: associate professor, Engineering Thermodynamics
and Heat Transfer, Faculty of Engineering, University of Pisa.
- Entropic characterization of blowdown phenomena.
- Heat transfer stability in transition boiling.
- Counter-current flow limitation (CCFL): analysis of available correlations
and of capability of advanced codes (RELAP5 and CATHARE).
- PIPER-ONE research: experimental simulation thermal-hydraulic transients in
nuclear boiling water reactors, and analyses with advanced codes
and simplified models.
- Linear and non-linear analysis of density-wave oscillations in boiling
channels and systems.
- Natural circulation in boiling loops.
- Heat transfer with impinging jets.
- Pool boiling with electric fields and/or in microgravity conditions.
- Advanced thermal-hydraulic measurements: hot film anemometry; two and
three-phase flowrate; void fraction.
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Last modified on April 20, 2000