We are developing particle methods as a general framework for large scale simulations of discrete and continuous systems in science and engineering. The specific application and research areas include: discrete element simulations of granular flow, smoothed particle hydrodynamics and particle vortex methods for problems in continuum fluid dynamics, dissipative particle dynamics for flow at the meso scale, and atomistic molecular dynamics simulations of nanofluidic systems. We employ multiscale techniques to breach the atomistic and continuum scales to study fundamental problems in fluid dynamics. Recent work on the thermophoretic motion of water nanodroplets confined inside carbon nanotubes, and multiscale techniques for polar liquids will be discussed in detail at the symposium.
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|Event||DCAMM 12th Internal Symposium - Sorup Herregaard, Ringsted, Denmark|
Duration: 23 Mar 2009 → 25 Mar 2009
|Conference||DCAMM 12th Internal Symposium|
|Period||23/03/2009 → 25/03/2009|