383 Tools and Techniques for Product Design

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Union Square 3 & 4 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
Designing new products is essential for the prosperity of the chemical industry. But how are these chemical products designed? How can they be designed better? We are interested in papers discussing computational, experimental or methodological tools that can help design these new products. Topics of interest include molecular simulations, tools for structure-property correlations, techniques for materials characterization, and methods used in the design and development of specialized chemical products. Papers on tools and techniques used for teaching chemical product design are also welcome.

Product Design
Computing Systems and Technology Division (10)

Sitaraman Krishnan
Email: skrishna@clarkson.edu

Kenneth R. Cox
Email: ken.cox@rice.edu

12:50 PM
(383b) Mechanical Properties of Graphene­–Polymer Nanocomposites
Asanka Weerasinghe, Chang­-Tsan Lu, Ashwin Ramasubramaniam and Dimitrios Maroudas

1:10 PM
(383c) Probing Multiscale Structure in Aligned Nanotube-Polymer Composites
Eric Meshot, Ngoc Bui, Kuang Jen Wu and Francesco Fornasiero

1:30 PM
(383d) Thermal and Mechanical Property Predictions for Conjugated Polymers Using Atomistic Simulations
Ramaswamy Ishwar Venkatanarayanan, Sitaraman Krishnan, Arvind Sreeram and Philip Yuya

1:50 PM
(383e) Importance of Selecting Right Analytical Tools for Successful Product Development: Case Study of Single and Two Phase Polymerization Reactions
Kishori Deshpande, Serena Stephenson, Ravi Dixit, Pradeep Jain, Praveenkumar Boopalachandran, Shawn Chen, Carlos M. Villa, Philippe Hayot and David Park

2:50 PM
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