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Visualization of Particle-Based Computer Data
18 Dec 2007 | Series | Contributor(s): Carl Wassgren, Avik Sarkar
The ParticleVis software system offers full-featured visualization of discrete element method (DEM) computer data for real-time 3D rendering of large sets of particle states. ParticleVis capabilities include:
adjustable lighting conditions and camera viewing characteristics,
options to …
Particle and Thin Film Adhesion
20 Dec 2007 | Series | Contributor(s): Stephen Beaudoin, Ravi Jaiswal, Caitlin Kilroy
The adhesion of micron and sub-micron scale particles to surfaces is of tremendous interest in a wide range of industrial and civilian applications. We measure directly the adhesion of particles to surfaces using atomic force microscopy and develop experimentally-validated, science-based models for …
29 Dec 2007 | Series | Contributor(s): Venkat Venkatasubramanian, Rex Reklaitis, Leaelaf Hailemariam, Shuo-Huan Hsu, Pradeep Suresh
Pharmaceutical products manufacturing is an important growth area for the US economy. Continued progress in biotechnology and genetic engineering coupled with an aging population will create both new mega-opportunities as well as pose new major challenges in this area, where the products are mostly …
Purdue Ontology for Pharmaceutical Engineering
21 Jan 2008 | Series | Contributor(s): Leaelaf Hailemariam, Venkat Venkatasubramanian, Shuo-Huan Hsu, Pradeep Suresh
Web Ontology Language (OWL), recommended by and based from Resource Description Framework (W3C), is used to define ontologies. OWL uses XML syntax to express semantics. OWL can formalize a domain by defining classes, properties of these classes, and relations between them. OWL can also define …
ERC-SOPS Educational Modules
27 Feb 2009 | Series
These educational modules have been contributed by the ERC for Structured Organic Particulate Systems.