1. F. Denner*, M. Pradas, A. Charogiannis, C.N. Markides, B.G.M. van Wachem, S. Kalliadasis, Self-Similarity of Solitary Waves on Inertia-Dominated Falling Liquid Films. Physical Review E, accepted.
  2. I. Guarracino, C.N. Markides*, A.  Mellor, N.J. Ekins-Daukes, Dynamic Coupled Thermal-and-Electrical Modelling of Sheet-and-Tube Hybrid Photovoltaic/Thermal (PVT) Collectors. Applied Thermal Engineering, accepted.
  3. A.I. Taleb, M. Timmer, M. Shazly, A. Samoilov, V.A. Kirillov, C.N. Markides*, A Single-Reciprocating-Piston Two-Phase Thermofluidic Prime-Mover. Energyaccepted.
  4. N. Le Brun, I. Zadrazil, C.N. Markides*, A. Bismarck, On the Drag Reduction Effect and Shear Stability of Improved Acrylamide Copolymers for Enhanced Hydraulic Fracturing. Chemical Engineering Science, accepted.
  5. O.A. Oyewunmi, A.I. Taleb, A.J. Haslam, C.N. Markides*, On the Use of SAFT-VR Mie for Assessing Large-Glide Fluorocarbon Working-Fluid Mixtures in Organic Rankine CyclesApplied Energy, 163 (2016) 263-282.
  6. C.N. Markides*, Low-Concentration Solar-Power Systems based on Organic Rankine Cycles for Distributed-Scale Applications: A Brief Overview and Further Developments. Frontiers in Energy Research, 3 (2015) 47:1-16. Sole-author review article.
  7. C.N. Markides*R. Mathie, A. Charogiannis, An Experimental Study of Spatiotemporally Resolved Heat Transfer in Thus Liquid-Film Flows Falling over an Inclined Foil. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer93 (2016) 872-888.
  8. M. Herrando, C.N. Markides*, Hybrid PV and Solar-Thermal Systems for Domestic Heat and Power Provision in the UK: Techno-Economic Considerations. Applied Energy, 161 (2016) 512-532.
  9. N. Le Brun, C.N. Markides*, A Galinstan-Filled Capillary Probe for Thermal Conductivity Measurements and its Application to Molten Eutectic KNO3-NaNO3-NO2 (HTS) up to 700 K. International Journal of Thermophysics, 36 (2015) 3222-3238.
  10. A. Charogiannis, J. S. An, C.N. Markides*, A Simultaneous Planar Laser-Induced Fluorescence, Particle Image Velocimetry and Particle Tracking Velocimetry Technique for the Investigation of Thin Liquid-Film Flows. Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 68 (2015) 516-536. Most Downloaded Article.
  11. J. Freeman, K. Hellgardt, C.N. Markides*, An Assessment of a Solar-Powered Organic Rankine Cycle System for Combined Heating and Power in Domestic Applications. Applied Energy138 (2015) 605-620.
  12. J. McTigue, A. White*, C.N. Markides, Parametric Studies and Optimisation of Pumped Thermal Electricity Storage. Applied Energy137 (2015) 800-811.
  13. J. Freeman, K. Hellgardt, C.N. Markides*, An Assessment of Solar–Thermal Collector Designs for Small-Scale Combined Heating and Power Applications in the UK. Heat Transfer Engineering36 (2015) 1332-1347.
  14. K. Palanisamy, A.I. Taleb, C.N. Markides*, Optimizing the Non-Inertive-Feedback Thermofluidic Engine for the Conversion of Low-Grade Heat to Pumping Work. Heat Transfer Engineering36 (2015) 1303-1320.
  15. C.N. Markides*, A.L. Heyes, Selected Papers from the Thirteenth UK Heat Transfer Conference. Heat Transfer Engineering36 (2015) 1163-1164.
  16. C.N. Markides*, T.C.B. Smith, A Dynamic Model for the Optimization of Oscillatory Low Grade Heat Engines. AIP Conference Proceedings1642 (2015) 417-420.
  17. C.N. Markides*, Preface of the Symposium on Processes and Systems for Efficient Clean Energy Generation, Utilisation and Thermal Management. AIP Conference Proceedings1642 (2015) 416.
  18. T. Hussain, C.N. Markides, R. Balachandran*, Flame Dynamics in a Micro-Channeled Combustor. AIP Conference Proceedings1642 (2015) 130-137. Young Scientist Award.
  19. R. Ibarra, C.N. Markides, O.K. Matar*, A Review of Liquid-Liquid Flow Patterns in Horizontal and Slightly Inclined Pipes. Multiphase Science and Technology, 6 (2014) 171-198.
  20. I. Zadrazil, C.N. Markides*, An Experimental Characterization of Liquid Films in Downwards Co-Current Gas–Liquid Annular Flow by Particle Image and Tracking Velocimetry. International Journal of Multiphase Flow67 (2014) 42-53.
  21. M.K.-A. Neophytou*, C.N. Markides, P. Fokaides, An Experimental Study of the Flow over Homogeneous Urban Street-Canyon Geometries: Deductions for the Urban Boundary Layer Parameterizations and for the Exchange Processes with the Flow within the Urban-Street-Canyons Roughness. Physics of Fluids26 (2014) 086603.
  22. A. Gupta, R. Mathie, C.N. Markides*, An Experimental and Computational Investigation of a Thermal Storage System Based on a Phase Change Material: Heat Transfer and Performance Characterization. Computational Thermal Sciences6(2014) 341-359.
  23. O.A. Oyewunmi, A.I. Taleb, A.J. Haslam, C.N. Markides*, An Assessment of Working-Fluid Mixtures using SAFT-VR Mie for use in Organic Rankine Cycles for Waste-Heat Recovery. Computational Thermal Sciences6 (2014) 301-316.
  24. C.N. Markides*, A.L. Heyes, Preface: UK Heat Transfer Conference 2013. Computational Thermal Sciences6 (2014) 4-5.
  25. A. White*, J. McTigue, C.N. Markides, Wave Propagation and Thermodynamic Losses in Packed-Bed Thermal Reservoirs for Energy Storage. Applied Energy, 130 (2014) 648-657.
  26. J.A. Purvis, R.D. Mistry, C.N. Markides*, O.K. Matar, An Experimental Investigation of Fingering Instability and Growth Dynamics in Inclined Counter-Current Gas-Liquid Channel Flow. Physics of Fluids25 (2014) 122104.
  27. C.N. Markides*, R. Solanki, A. Galindo, Working Fluid Selection for a Two-Phase Thermofluidic Oscillator: Effect of Thermodynamic Properties. Applied Energy124 (2014) 167-185.
  28. I. Zadrazil, O.K. Matar, C.N. Markides*, An Experimental Characterization of Downwards Gas-Liquid Annular Flow by Laser-Induced Fluorescence: Flow Regimes and Film Statistics. International Journal of Multiphase Flow60 (2014) 87-102. Top 25 Hottest Article.
  29. M. Herrando, C.N. Markides*, K. Hellgardt, A UK-Based Assessment of Hybrid PV and Solar-Thermal Systems for Domestic Heating and Power: System Performance. Applied Energy, 122 (2014) 288-309.
  30. Y. Zhao, C.N. Markides*, O.K. Matar, G.F. Hewitt, Disturbance Wave Development in Two-Phase Gas-Liquid Upwards Vertical Annular Flow. International Journal of Multiphase Flow55 (2013) 111-129. Top 25 Hottest Article.
  31. R. Mathie, C.N. Markides*, A. White, A Framework for the Analysis of Thermal Losses in Reciprocating Compressors and Expanders. Heat Transfer Engineering, 35 (2014). Outstanding Paper Award & 11th Most Read Article.
  32. C.N. Markides*, N. Chakraborty, Statistics of the Scalar Dissipation Rate using Direct Numerical Simulations and Planar Laser-Induced Fluorescence Data. Chemical Engineering Science90 (2013) 221-241.
  33. R. Solanki, R. Mathie, A. Galindo, C.N. Markides*, Modelling of a Two-Phase Thermofluidic Oscillator for Low-Grade Heat Utilisation: Accounting for Irreversible Thermal Losses. Applied Energy106 (2013) 337-354.
  34. C.N. Markides*, A. Osuolale, R. Solanki, G.-B. V. Stan, Nonlinear Heat Transfer Processes in a Two-Phase Thermofluidic Oscillator. Applied Energy, 104 (2013) 958-977.
  35. C.N. Markides*, A. Gupta, Experimental Investigation of a Thermally Powered Central Heating Circulator: Pumping Characteristics. Applied Energy, 110 (2013) 132-146.
  36. S.G. Kerkemeier, C.N. Markides, C.E. Frouzakis*, K. Boulouchos, Direct Numerical Simulation of the Autoignition of an Axisymmetric Hydrogen Plume in a Turbulent Coflow of Hot Air. Journal of Fluid Mechanics720 (2013) 424-456.
  37. R. Mathie, H. Nakamura, C.N. Markides*, Heat Transfer Augmentation in Unsteady Conjugate Thermal Systems – Part II: Applications. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer56 (2013) 819-833.
  38. R. Mathie, C.N. Markides*, Heat Transfer Augmentation in Unsteady Conjugate Thermal Systems – Part I: Semi-Analytical 1-D Framework. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer56 (2013) 802-818.
  39. R.G. Morgan, C.N. Markides*, I. Zadrazil, G.F. Hewitt, Characteristics of Horizontal Liquid–Liquid Flows in a Circular Pipe using Simultaneous High-Speed Laser-Induced Fluorescence and Particle Velocimetry. International Journal of Multiphase Flow49 (2013) 99-118. Top 25 Hottest Article.
  40. F.J. Weinberg, D. Dunn-Rankin*, F.B. Carleton, S. Karnani, C. Markides, M. Zhai, Electrical Aspects of Flame Quenching. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute34 (2013) 3295-3301.
  41. C.N. Markides*, The Role of Pumped and Waste Heat Technologies in a High-Efficiency Sustainable Energy Future for the UK. Applied Thermal Engineering53 (2013) 197-209.
  42. R. Solanki, A. Galindo, C.N. Markides*, The Role of Heat Exchange on the Behaviour of an Oscillatory Two-Phase Low-Grade Heat Engine. Applied Thermal Engineering53 (2013) 197-209.
  43. A. White*, G. Parks, C.N. Markides, Thermodynamic Analysis of Pumped Thermal Electricity Storage. Applied Thermal Engineering53 (2013) 291-298.
  44. R.G. Morgan, C.N. Markides*, C.P. Hale, G.F. Hewitt, Horizontal Liquid – Liquid Flow Characteristics at Low Superficial Velocities using Laser-Induced Fluorescence. International Journal of Multiphase Flow43 (2012) 101-117.
  45. I. Zadrazil, A. Bismarck, G.F. Hewitt, C.N. Markides*, Shear Layers in the Turbulent Pipe Flow of Drag Reducing Polymer Solutions. Chemical Engineering Science72 (2012) 142-154.
  46. R. Solanki, A. Galindo, C.N. Markides*, Dynamic Modelling of a Two-Phase Thermofluidic Oscillator for Efficient Low Grade Heat Utilization: Effect of Fluid Inertia. Applied Energy89 (2012) 156-163.
  47. C.N. Markides*, T.C.B. Smith, A Dynamic Model for the Efficiency Optimization of an Oscillatory Low Grade Heat Engine. Energy36 (2011) 6967-6980.
  48. C.N. Markides*, E. Mastorakos, Experimental Investigation of the Effects of Turbulence and Mixing on Autoignition Chemistry. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion86 (2011) 585-608.
  49. P.A. Fokaides*, C.N. Markides, M. Neophytou, Ventilation Characteristics of the Built Environment and their Effects on the Urban Microclimate. Sustainable Development and Planning120 (2009) 271-281.
  50. C.N. Markides*, E. Mastorakos, Measurements of the Statistical Distribution of the Scalar Dissipation Rate in Turbulent Axisymmetric Plumes. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion81 (2008) 221-234.
  51. C.N. Markides*, E. Mastorakos, Flame Propagation Following the Autoignition of Axisymmetric Hydrogen, Acetylene and Normal-Heptane Plumes in Turbulent Co-flows of Hot Air. ASME Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power130(2008) 011502 (1-9).
  52. C.N. Markides, G. De Paola, E. Mastorakos*, Measurements and Simulations of Mixing and Autoignition of an n-Heptane Plume in a Turbulent Flow of Heated Air. Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science31 (2007) 393-401.
  53. C.N. Markides*, E. Mastorakos, Measurements of Scalar Dissipation in a Turbulent Plume with Planar Laser-Induced Fluorescence of Acetone. Chemical Engineering Science61 (2006) 2835-2842.
  54. C.N. Markides, E. Mastorakos*, An Experimental Study of Hydrogen Autoignition in a Turbulent Co-Flow of Heated Air. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute30 (2005) 883-891. John Winbolt Prize.