Dr Marcus Campbell Bannerman
Programme leader for Chemical Engineering.
EG4012/EG4013 Coordinator for Chemical Engineering undergraduate thesis/individual projects.
I apply a wide range of computational techniques to solve engineering problems. This sounds very nebulous but I have worked on a broad range of topics ranging from computational thermodynamics, particle dynamics simulation, and pilot-scale production trials of novel cement formulations to the virtual reality rendering of volumetric datasets and GPU programming. At the heart of it all is the development of engineering simulation software.
I am currently working on the production-process optimisation, simulation, and computational thermodynamics of a novel low-carbon cement formulations and traditional Portland cement. I have developed a thermodynamic database for the high-temperature simulation of cement clinkerisation, which is accessible here at http://simcem.com.
A large part of my research is also centred on simulation of molecular and granular particulate systems. As a part of that research I developed a unique and cutting-edge event-driven particle-dynamics package called DynamO. DynamO is a general tool that has already found application in a wide range of systems such as granular dampers, nano-colloidal fluids, and protein folding/helix formation. A major focus of my current research centres around the development a new class of particle models for solids processing systems. Coupled with novel algorithms, it is now possible to simulate process scale equipment with millions of particles in near real-time. An example application is in the full-scale modelling of the solids/granular/heat/reaction processes in cement kilns. For more information, please visit http://dynamomd.org.
EX3030 Heat, Mass, and Momentum Transfer
EM40JN Heat and Momentum Transfer
EX3502 Separation Processes 1 (evaporation, distillation, and absorption)
EG5099 Upstream Oil & Gas Engineering
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Tethered-particle model: The calculation of free energies for hard-sphere systemsThe Journal of Chemical Physics, vol. 155, no. 6, 064504Contributions to Journals: Articles
A Numerical Investigation into the Correlation Function of Inelastic Hard Spheres Using Event Driven Particle DynamicsContributions to Conferences: Papers
Robust event-driven particle tracking in complex geometriesComputer Physics Communications, vol. 254, 107229Contributions to Journals: Articles
Thermodynamic data for cement clinkeringCement and Concrete Research, vol. 132, 106043Contributions to Journals: Articles
A comprehensive study of the thermal conductivity of the hard sphere fluid and solid by Molecular Dynamics simulationPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol. 22, no. 16, pp. 8834-8845Contributions to Journals: Articles
Development of a novel process for the production of calcium sulfoaluminateContributions to Conferences: Papers
Development of a novel process for the production of calcium sulfoaluminate15th International Congress on the Chemistry of CementContributions to Conferences: Posters
Thermodynamic and dynamical properties of the hard sphere system revisited by molecular dynamics simulationPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol. 21, no. 13, pp. 6886-6899Contributions to Journals: Articles
Anomalous heat transport in binary hard-sphere gasesPhysical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, vol. 99, no. 3, 030102(R)Contributions to Journals: Letters
Alite calcium sulfoaluminate cement: chemistry and thermodynamicsAdvances in Cement Research, vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 94-105Contributions to Journals: Articles