Mika Järvinen

Professori (Associate professor)
Professori (Associate professor)
T212 Mechanical Engineering

During the last 15 years, after my doctoral defence, I have been actively searching for new co-operation partners and fields of technology to extend the research selection that we can offer. Based on my own experience, being able to work on a broad spectrum of areas gives the research unit required flexibility in changing economic situations. For example, when being involved with energy, biomass, pulp and paper, metallurgy and waste to energy areas gives us continuity over longer period of time. Personally, this also helps to keep my mind open and it is easier to keep up motivation. I want to base my research work, and teaching on excellent knowledge on basic sciences: physics, thermodynamics, chemistry, mathematics, numerical modelling and programming skills. With these tools, you can be generic on the research topics. Of course, it is not possible to be an expert on everything, so you also need partners. Especially, when moving to a new field of industry. My current research can be divided into two main categories: sustainable bioenergy and on inter-linked circular economy: energy-materials-environment.

Full researcher profile
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Contact information

Phone number
+358504142593

Areas of expertise

Numerical modelling, Black liquor spraying, Metallurgical processes, Combustion engineering

Honors and awards

Resonate award Caltech University, Resnick Institute, USA

Award or honor granted for a specific work Department of Mechanical Engineering Jan 2015

Student prize: Best Dissertation of the Department of Machine Technology, 2002, former Helsinki University of Technology

Best Dissertation of the Department of Machine Technology, 2002, former Helsinki University of Technology, “Järvinen, M., P., Numerical Modeling of the Drying, Devolatilization and Char Conversion Processes of Black Liquor Droplets, Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Mechanical Engineering Series No. 163, Espoo 2002, 77 p.”
Award or honor granted for a specific work Department of Mechanical Engineering Jan 2002

Research groups

  • Energy Conversion, Professor (Associate Professor)

Publications

Experiments and visualization of sprays from beer can and turbo liquor nozzles

Ari Kankkunen, Santeri Koivisto, Kari Saari, Mika Järvinen, James Biggs, Andrew Jones 2022 TAPPI Journal

Detailed performance analysis of the wet extractive grinding process for higher calcium yields from steelmaking slags

Muhammad Owais, Roza Yazdani, Mika Järvinen 2021 Chemical Engineering and Processing - Process Intensification

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) recycling via steam gasification – The effect of operating conditions on gas and tar composition

Shouzhuang Li, Isabel Cañete Vela, Mika Järvinen, Martin Seemann 2021 Waste Management

Computational and experimental investigation of a swirl nozzle for viscous fluids

E. Laurila, S. Koivisto, A. Kankkunen, K. Saari, Viljami Maakala, M. Jävinen, V. Vuorinen 2020 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW

Numerical study of bubbly flow in a swirl atomizer

Erkki Laurila, Daulet Izbassarov, Mika Järvinen, Ville Vuorinen 2020 PHYSICS OF FLUIDS

Techno-economic barriers of an industrial-scale methanol CCU-plant

Judit Nyári, Mohamed Magdeldin, Martti Larmi, Mika Järvinen, Annukka Santasalo-Aarnio 2020 Journal of CO2 Utilization

Wet Extractive Grinding Process for Efficient Calcium Recovery from Steelmaking Slags

Muhammad Owais, Roza Maryam Yazdani, Mika Järvinen 2020 Chemical Engineering and Processing - Process Intensification

Application of Synthetic Renewable Methanol to Power the Future Propulsion

Annukka Santasalo-Aarnio, Judit Nyari, Michal Wojcieszyk, Ossi Kaario, Yuri Kroyan, Mohamed Magdeldin, Martti Larmi, Mika Järvinen 2020 SAE Technical Papers

Effect of particle size distribution on the behavior of alkali and alkaline earth metals in solid-recovered fuel combustion in a circulating fluidized bed

Jonatan Skagersten, Loay Saeed, Francois-Xavier Sarda, Mika Järvinen 2019 Combustion Science and Technology