Numerical Methods in Particle Technology - Compulsory optional course / focal subject

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Peukert

Schedule

 
Lecture
Exercise
Time
Tuesday
4:15 - 5:45 PM
Monday
4:00 - 5:30 PM
Room

KS I
(Cauerstarße 4)

0.157-115 CIP Pool EEI
(Cauerstarße 7/9)

Supervisor:

Thaseem Thajudeen, Dr.-Ing.
Raum: 02.802
Telefon: 85-20366
thaseem.thajudeen@fau.de

Content

The application of modern numerical simulation methods enable engineers of various disciplines to model processes and materials in a flexible and cheap manner and to improve the Understanding in this area. This is also valid in the field of particle technology, where both processes and materials are of equal importance.
Within the scope of this course, students of the disciplines Chemical and Bioengineering, Advanced Materials and Processes, Computer Science and Computational Engineering that have passed the basic studies, will be given an insight to the fields of application of numerical methods for problems regarding particle technology. The lecture will especially focus on current applications for simulation methods at the Institute of Particle Technology.
The principle basics of particle technology will be repeated in order to allow students from disciplines other than Chemical and Bioengineering to develop an understanding of relevant problems in this field.

Population Balance Modelling
Molecular Dynamics
Monte Carlo
fig.1: Population Balance Modelling: particle size distribution of a T-mixer
fig.2: Molecular Dynamics: compression of a single particle by two milling beads
fig.3: Monte Carlo: Sintering of aggregates

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Peukert

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