Mechanism-enabled population balances and the effects of anisotropies in the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation
This paper considers two problems. The first is a chemical modeling problem which makes use of ordinary differential equations to discover a minimum mechanism capable of matching experimental data in various metal nanoparticle nucleation and growth systems. This research has led to the concept of mechanism-enabled population balance modeling (ME-PBM). This is defined as the use of experimentally established nucleation mechanisms of particle formation to create more rigorous population balance models. ME-PBM achieves the goal of connecting reliable experimental mechanisms with the understanding ...
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