Kristian Etienne Einarsrud
Background and activities
Kristian Etienne Einarsrud (born 1984) holds a M.Sc. (sivilingeniør) in Physics and Mathematics (2008) and a PhD in Fluid Mechanics from NTNU (2012).
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Multiphase flow
- Process metallurgy
- Energy materials (TMAK3004)
- Mechanical modelling (TMAK2008)
- Chemical engineering (TKJE3004)
- Heat and mass transfer (TMAK2007)
- Advanced heat and mass transfer (TMT4208)
- Particle dissolution and agglomeration
- Process modelling
- Electrochemical gas evolution
- Gas evolution in industrial Hall-Héroult cells
- Transport phenomena in flow cell batteries
Affiliated PhD-students (main supervisor):
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2020) Numerical simulation of bubble growth in a supersaturated solution. Applied Mathematical Modelling.
- (2019) Alumina Feeding and Raft Formation: Raft Collection and Process Parameters. Light Metals.
- (2019) The micro- and macrostructure of alumina rafts. The Minerals, Metals & Materials Series.
- (2019) Energy generation and storage by salinity gradient power: A model-based assessment. Journal of Energy Storage. vol. 24.
- (2019) Heat to H2: Using Waste Heat for Hydrogen Production through Reverse Electrodialysis. Energies. vol. 12 (18).
- (2019) Comparison of Surface Tension Models for the Volume of Fluid Method. Processes. vol. 7 (8).
- (2018) CFD Modelling of Alumina Feeding. Light Metals.
- (2018) New Insights into Computational Fluid Dynamic Modeling of the Resistivity and Overpotential in Reverse Electrodialysis. ECS Transactions. vol. 85 (13).
- (2018) Temperature and Velocity Effects on Mass and Momentum Transport in Spacer-Filled Channels for Reverse Electrodialysis: A Numerical Study. Energies. vol. 11 (8).
- (2018) Analysis of Bubble Nucleation Mechanisms in Supersaturated Solutions: A Macroscopic Perspective. Meeting Abstracts - The Electrochemical Society [ECS]. vol. MA2018-01 (21).
- (2018) Explanation of Bubble Nucleation Mechanisms: A Gradient Theory Approach. Journal of the Electrochemical Society. vol. 165 (10).
- (2017) Towards a coupled multi-scale, multi-physics simulation framework for aluminium electrolysis. Applied Mathematical Modelling. vol. 44.
- (2015) Impact of Variable Bath Chemistry and Wetting on Gas Bubble Flow in Aluminium Electrolysis Cells. Light Metals.
- (2015) The impact of bubble-bubble interaction on anodic gas release: A water model analysis. Light Metals. vol. 2015-January.
- (2015) Wetting between carbon and cryolitic melts. Part II: Effect of bath properties and polarisation. Light Metals. vol. 2015-January.
- (2014) On the Influence of MHD Driven Convection on Cathode Wear. Light Metals.
- (2012) Modelling of bubble behaviour in aluminium reduction cells. Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, An International Journal. vol. 12 (2/3).
- (2012) Anodic Bubble Behaviour in Hall-Héroult Cells. Light Metals.
- (2010) The Effect of Detaching Bubbles on Aluminum-Cryolite Interfaces: An Experimental and Numerical Investigation. Metallurgical and materials transactions. B, process metallurgy and materials processing science. vol. 41 (3).
- (2009) Kinetic energy approach to dissolving axisymmetric multiphase plumes. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering. vol. 135 (12).