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Nanomaterials via Gas-Phase Synthesis: A Design-Oriented Modelling and Engineering Approach

Deliverables

Report on meso-to-continuum coupling/linking algorithms (T4.3)

Report showing benchmarks and analysing pros and cons of the different meso-to-continuum coupling approaches that will be tested in T4.3.

Specifications of data format and functions (T4.1)

Public report proposing standard formats for feeding the meso-scale model with parameters for the descritpion of the fundamental mechanisms coming from MD, and for the definition of the API functions for linking with the continuum.

Physical-mathematical description of the mesoscopic model (T3.1)

Report on the physical-mathematical laws that governs the evolution and interactions of the objects included in the mesoscopic model to be used as starting point for subsequent actions.

Networking report T(7.7)

Report on networking activities performed during the project.

End-users model-testing workshop (T7.5)

Three-day user-conference to present the toolkit to potential end-user, providing technical testing and partners presentations.

Product demonstrations at engineering trade shows and expositions (T7.4)

Demonstration of the NanoDome toolkit potential at industrial-dedicated trade shows and expositions.

Release of an open source version of the NanoDome software (T7.3)

The NanoDome toolkit will be made available in a dedicated Open Source project hosting website (e.g. SourceForge, GitHub).

Publications in peer-reviewed international journals and presentations at international conferences (T7.2)

Scientific publication coming from the project research activities and presentation at international conferences for the dissemination of the project research activities and results.

Libraries for interfacing CFD software with NanoDome (T4.2)

Libraries for linking the NanoDome meso-scale model with CFD software via the API definition (wrapper library).

Case study (T7.6)

A representative case study to be delivered with the NanoDome toolkit in order to show model potentials on a generic GP synthesis process.

Communication guidelines (T8.1)

This document will summarise information about: (i) project organization; (ii) internal communication; (iii) external communication with relevant stakeholders.

NanoDome Website M36 (T7.1)

Website fully populated with all public content and info on the software toolkit.

NanoDome Website M6 (T7.1)

Project website active with informations on partners and roles, and a ready to use infrastructure for results dissemination.

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Publications

Mesoscopic and Continuum Models Linking for Nanoparticles Gas-Phase Synthesis Simulation

Author(s): Francesco Galleni, Francesco Strappaveccia, Emanuele Ghedini
Published in: ISPC 23 Proceedings, 2017

H2020 NanoDome Project: A Unified Approach for Gas-Phase Nanoparticles Synthesis Modelling

Author(s): Francesco Strappaveccia, Francesco Galleni, Emanuele Ghedini
Published in: ISPC 23 Proceedings, 2017

H2020 NanoDome Project: A Unified Approach for Gas-Phase Nanoparticles Synthesis Modelling

Author(s): F. Strappaveccia, F. Galleni, E. Ghedini
Published in: Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Issue 1243, 2019, Page(s) 012018, ISSN 1742-6588
DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/1243/1/012018

A novel approach for the estimation of nanoparticle evaporation through the Method of Moments

Author(s): F. Galleni, F. Strappaveccia, E. Ghedini
Published in: Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Issue 1243, 2019, Page(s) 012013, ISSN 1742-6588
DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/1243/1/012013

Atomistic Modelling of Si Nanoparticles Synthesis

Author(s): Giovanni Barcaro, Susanna Monti, Luca Sementa, Vincenzo Carravetta
Published in: Crystals, Issue 7/2, 2017, Page(s) 54, ISSN 2073-4352
DOI: 10.3390/cryst7020054

Outlier analysis for a silicon nanoparticle population balance model

Author(s): Sebastian Mosbach, William J. Menz, Markus Kraft
Published in: Combustion and Flame, Issue 177, 2017, Page(s) 89-97, ISSN 0010-2180
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2016.12.006