prof. Ing. Václav Tesař, CSc.

Phone +420 266 052 270 E-mail Room M2515 Department Department D 2 - Thermodynamics Research area fluid mechanics - shear flows, wall jets, no-moving-part fluidics and microfluidics
Curriculum vitae
Prof. Ing. Václav Tesař, CSc. received his degree in mechanical engineering from Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, ČVUT–Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic and was up to 1999 employed at the Department of Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics at ČVUT, as an Assistant Lecturer, later Lecturer, and  finally as a Full Professor of Fluid Mechanics. Between 1994 and 1998 was the  Head of the Department of Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering ČVUT Prague. Received his CSc. degree (an equivalent of Ph.D.) from ČVUT Prague in 1972. In 1985, he was Visiting Professor at Keio University, Yokohama, Japan. In 1992 he stayed as Visiting Professor at Northern Illinois University, in DeKalb, USA. Between 1999 and 2005 was Professor at the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering in the Process Fluidics Group at the University of Sheffield, UK. Since 2006 has been employed at the Institute of Thermomechanics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in Prague. His research interests cover shear flows, in particular jets and wall jets and the application of these flows in the no-moving-part fluidics. He is named as the inventor on 196 Czech Patents, mainly on various fluidic devices. Recently became involved in the new field of microfluidics. An author of 4 textbooks and more than 340 papers in various journals and conference proceedings, recently he wrote the monograph "Pressure-Driven Microfluidics", published by ArtechHouse in Boston, USA.
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Selected publications
Tesař V.: “Enhancing Impinging-Jet Heat or Mass Transfer by Fluidically Generated Flow Pulsation”, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, p. 181, Vol. 87, 2009

Tesař V.: “Characterisation of Subsonic Axisymmetric Nozzles”, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, ISSN: 0263-8762, p. 1253, Vol. 86, 2008

Tesař V., Trávníček Z.: “Excitational Metamorphosis of Surface Flowfield Under an Impinging Annular Jet“, Chemical Engineering Journal, p. 312, Vol. 144, 2008

Tesař V.: “Microfluidic Systems for Combinatorial Chemistry“, Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. p. 1221, ISBN 978-0-387-48998-8, Springer, Heidelberg 2008

Tesař V.: “Valve-Less Rectification Pumps“, Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. p. 2131, ISBN 978-0-387-48998-8, Springer, Heidelberg 2008

Tesař V.: “Configurations of Fluidic Actuators for Generation of Hybrid-Synthetic Jets“, Sensors & Actuators A: Physical“, p. 213, Vol. 138, 2007

Tesař V.: “Fluidics Applied to Generation of Small Aeration Bubbles“, 9th International Conference on Fluid Control, Measurements, and Visualization (FLUCOME-9). Tallahassee, Florida, 2007

Tesař V.: “Pressure-Driven Microfluidics“, Norwood : Artech House Publishers, 2007, 410 pages, ISBN 978-1-59693-134-3

Tesař V.: “Fluidic circuits“, Chapter in Microfluidics: History, Theory, and Applications. Springer, Wien - New York, 2006 - (ed. Zimmerman, W.) p. 256, ISBN 978-3-211-32994-3
2013-2016 GA13-23046SFluidic oscillators for algae cultivation
2012-2013 TA02020795Aplikace nového principu fluidického oscilátoru pro zařízení na obohacení bioplynu na kvalitu zemního plynu a areátorech ČOV
2007-2010 IAA200760705Paradox of helical instabilities
2007-2010 GA101/07/1499Non-conventional implinging flows

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