Graduiertenkolleg 2462: Prozesse in natürlichen und technischen Partikel-Fluid-Systemen


Project Acronym
PintPFS
 
Project Title
Processes in natural and technical Particle-Fluid-Systems (PintPFS)
 
Funding Code
GRK 2462/1 - 2019
 
 
Principal Investigator
 
 
 
 
Status
Laufend
 
Duration
01-03-2019
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31-08-2023
 
GEPRIS-ID
 
 
Funding Program
Graduiertenkolleg
 
Project Abstract
Soils are natural particle-fluid systems (PFS), in which complex physical, chemical and biological processes,interfacial processes, and phase transitions occur, that are not sufficiently investigated experimentally,well-understood, and that cannot be simulated numerically with sufficient accuracy yet. In technicalPFS certain properties of particles are generated by means of controlled physical, chemical and biologicalprocesses, interfacial processes, and phase transitions (e. g. functionalized particles). Technical PFS alsorequire further research regarding understanding, modelling and process optimization. The problems innatural and technical PFS are partly analogous. Therefore, it is obvious, to investigate processes innatural and technical PFS interdisciplinary in order to reach a benefit of scientific findings. Exactly in thispoint, the originary and the potential of the planned research training group can be seen. The individualdisciplines name, model, and simulate similar processes identically or differently. Especially the lengthscales, on which PFS are investigated experimentally, modelled and simulated are different. By meansof the cooperation with strategical partners and the facilities at TUHH, e. g. electron microscopy, theprocesses are visualized over several length scales. Process models and numerical simulation methods ofthe involved collegiates serve for better understanding and description of complex processes. By means ofthe cooperation and interdisciplinary methodology new findings are expected. A research training groupprovides an optimal framework to reach these objectives. Scientists of the disciplines civil engineering,mechanical engineering and process engineering will focus their research within the guiding topic ”Processesin natural and technical Particle-Fluid Systems“ (PintPFS). Existing competences and resourcesof the involved scientists regarding experimental investigations, modelling and simulation of PFS enablean interdisciplinary research approach that raises expectation of innovations in the following fields:progress in modelling of PFS, better understanding of capillary effects, modelling of erosion, transportand sedimentation processes, development of functionalized particles, as well as development of numericalexperiments for PFS. The training group is supported by visiting scientists and strategical partners,especially Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) at Hamburg and Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht(HZG). The proposed dissertation projects show the interdisciplinary research approach. To reach theobjectives, the research training group is accompanied by structured qualification and supervision conceptsfor the scholarship holders supporting a fast orientation within the different research topics, anacceleration of work processes, a networking with existing research structures, and the acquisition ofsocial skills.
 

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Issue DateTitleTypeAuthor(s)
11-Aug-2022Fulltext availableOpen AccessUNSAT-Pi 2 - A miniaturised flow cell apparatus for measuring the water retention curve of granular media during CT imagingDatasetHeinrich, Dennis  ; Milatz, Marius  
27-Jun-2022Fulltext availableOpen AccessImplementation of a multiphase Lattice Boltzmann Method for the simulation of water retention behaviour of CT scanned granular mediaDatasetMilatz, Marius  
326-Apr-2022Fulltext availableOpen AccessData from in situ X-ray CT imaging of transient water retention experiments with cyclic drainage and imbibitionDatasetMilatz, Marius  ; Andò, Edward ; Viggiani, Gioacchino 
4Jan-2022Linking process-property relationships for multicomponent agglomerates using DEM-ANN-PBM couplingArticleDosta, Maksym ; Tsz Tung, Chan 
52022Fulltext availableOpen AccessCorrelating granule surface structure morphology and process conditions in fluidized bed layering spray granulationArticleOrth, Maike  ; Kieckhefen, Paul  ; Pietsch, Swantje  ; Heinrich, Stefan 
68-Sep-2021Fulltext availableOpen AccessConstant potential simulations on a meshArticleAhrens-Iwers, Ludwig ; Meißner, Robert  
723-Aug-2021Fulltext availableOpen AccessQuantitative 3D imaging of partially saturated granular materials under uniaxial compressionArticleMilatz, Marius  ; Hüsener, Nicole ; Andò, Edward ; Viggiani, Gioacchino ; Grabe, Jürgen 
827-Apr-2021Fulltext availableOpen AccessSynergistic and competitive adsorption of hydrophilic nanoparticles and oil-soluble surfactants at the oil-water interfaceArticleSmits, Joeri ; Giri, Rajendra P. ; Shen, Chen ; Mendonça, Diogo ; Murphy, Bridget M. ; Huber, Patrick  ; Rezwan, Kurosch ; Maas, Michael 
917-Feb-2021Fulltext availableOpen AccessModeling charge redistribution at magnetite interfaces in empirical force fieldsArticleKonuk Onat, Mine ; Sellschopp, Kai  ; Vonbun-Feldbauer, Gregor  ; Meißner, Robert  
1015-Feb-2021Fulltext availableOpen AccessData from in situ uniaxial compression experiments on unsaturated granular media with X-ray CT-imagingDatasetMilatz, Marius  ; Hüsener, Nicole ; Andò, Edward ; Viggiani, Gioacchino ; Grabe, Jürgen 
1116-Oct-2020Fulltext availableOpen AccessApplication of single-board computers in experimental research on unsaturated soilsChapter/Article (Proceedings)Milatz, Marius  
1211-Feb-2020Fulltext availableOpen AccessAn automated testing device for continuous measurement of the hysteretic water retention curve of granular mediaArticleMilatz, Marius  



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