|CCL 15.07.20 ICCES 2015: Application of Modeling and Simulation towards Development of Inherently Safer Processes|
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Date: Sat Mar 28 22:00:40 2015
Subject: 15.07.20 ICCES 2015: Application of Modeling and Simulation towards Development of Inherently Safer Processes
In this mini-symposium, part of ICCES 15 (International Conference on Computational and Experimental Engineering & Sciences), we invite researchers around the world working in computational modeling and simulations towards design and development of new material and processes with safety in mind. Topics may include but are not limited to: â¢ Application of quantum mechanical calculations in assessing characteristics related to safety such as chemical reactivity, runaway reactions, corrosion, explosion characteristics of high energy materials â¢ Application of reactive force field based molecular dynamics approaches for assessing characteristics related to safety of reactive chemicals â¢ Application of QSPR based model for prediction of material safety characteristics â¢ Application of computational fluid dynamics or finite element based model for assessing the consequences from fire, interaction of fire and structure, explosion, BLEVE and similar phenomenon of interest â¢ Application of steady-state and dynamic process simulation in assessing flare network characteristics â¢ Use of statistical modeling such as implementing principal component analysis for early event detection â¢ Application of CHAOS theory in assessing characteristics of a runaway reaction Safety must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors. Within the context of process safety, emerging technologies involving smart materials have introduced novel areas in process engineering. Inherently safer process technologies are best developed when safety aspects are taken care of in the design phase, coupled with the problem objective. In this symposium, the aim is to demonstrate the current state of the art in implementation of multi-scale modeling techniques in the context of process safety applications and how that can help us designing inherently safer and smarter processes. Several researcher are currently working in this area, and this mini-symposium aims to group these existing efforts under a common platform and discuss potential implementation of multi-scale modeling methodologies to help refine existing computational approaches used for safety analysis. Incorporating and implementing these multi-scale modeling approaches, as appropriate for the problem, at the design level of any new technology development will help us develop inherently safer processes. Please submit your abstract at: http://submission.techscience.com/icces15/author.asp?a=submit&symposia=11 The deadline for abstract submission is 1st May, 2015. Arnab Chakrabarty, Ph.D. VerdeEn Chemicals, Director, Process Technology Volunteer Research Scientist, Texas A & M University Arnab.chakrabarty,+,verdeenchemicals.com arnabc,+,gmail.comNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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