A Multi-scale Simulation-Based Design Platform for Cost-Effective CO2 Capture Processes using Nano-Structured Materials (NanoSim - EU project)

Public reports

D1.1 - Functional Requirements Document
D1.2 - Detail Workflow Document (UML)
D1.3 - A test plan based on the IEEE 829 standard test plan template
D1.4 - Meta-data files written as formal schemas in JSON (ECMA-262)
D1.5 - Porto API documentation
D1.6 - A MongoDB connectivity implementation in Porto scripting environment
D1.7 - Scripts for running automated tests
D1.8 - Porto Data Storage and Adaptors
D3.2 - First version of REMARC including tutorial
D3.3 - Defect formation energies
D4.1 - Libraries "PaScal" and "C3PO" (including documentation and standard reaction parameters)
D4.3 - Models on Heat & Mass Transfer
D4.4 - Models for 1D Simulations of Packed beds
D4.5 - Models on Heat and Mass Transfer
D4.6 - Training Materials for COSI and C3PO
D5.1 - Mesh- independent database of highly-resolved Euler-Euler simulation data
D5.3 - Derivation of subgrid models for inter-particle species momentum transfers by collisions
D6.1 - Complete generic foundation for steady/transient fluidized bed reactor simulations
D6.2 - Complete library of state of the art closure laws implemented into the code
D7.2 - Synthesis of nanostructured oxygen carrier materials in a ceramic matrix
D8.1 - Optimal usage of the phenomenological models for industrial use
D9.1 - Dissemination Plan covering both general and e-dissemination
D9.11 - Newsletters to disseminate the project progress (12)
D9.12 - Newsletters to disseminate the project progress (24)
D9.2 - Outcome of workshops (18)
D9.5 - Description of the project within the NanoSim web-portal and user forum for support (18)
D9.6 - Description of the project within the NanoSim web-portal and user forum for support (36)
D9.8 - Academic training and student feedback (18)
D9.13 - Newsletters to disseminate the project progress (36)

Published February 5, 2017

This project has received funding from the European Union's FP7-NMP research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 604656