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Takashi Hibiki
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Professor Takashi Hibiki received his Ph. D. in Chemical Engineering from Osaka University, Japan in 1990. Professor Hibiki conducted several cutting edge researches on high time-resolution neutron radiography, two-phase flow in mini-channels, two-phase flow at microgravity conditions and heat transfer modeling. Professor Hibiki joined School of Nuclear Engineering, Purdue University as a full-professor in 2006. His current research interests include interfacial area transport equation development, two-phase flow dynamics and heat transfer in mini and micro channels, non-drag force model development, drift-flux model development in various channels, flow-induced vibration analysis and research reactor utilization for industrial purposes. Professor Hibiki published over 200 journal papers and co-authored an internationally well-known two-phase flow text book entitled “Thermo-Fluid Dynamics of Two-Phase Flow”. The citation record of one of his papers is ranked at No.1 in International Journal of Multiphase Flow among all papers published since 1974.

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