University of Edinburgh [ 12 months ]
Johnson Matthey [ 24 months ]
Monday 15, March 2021
This project develops a multi-scale approach to study the complex micromechanical phenomena in the agglomeration process of particulates through sintering – important in the ceramic and other industries. The micro-mechanical models using DEM will predict agglomeration, grain size/pore distributions, anisotropy and inform the development of population balance models and continuum constitutive models using the finite element method (FEM). X-ray microtomography will be used for validation of these models.
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