Two Days Hands on workshop on Computational Modelling of Polymeric Materials
15th & 16th September 2017 at at Hotel Iv Sanctum, Gandhinagar, Bangalore
About the Seminar and Workshop
In the field of material science and engineering, computational modelling plays a major role in development of new materials with required properties and performance, if it can be made use of in predicting physical properties of the materials especially chemical structure, compositions and also processing conditions with optimised properties.
The challenge of predicting physical properties of the polymer materials are difficult as it varies greatly, the varied physical properties of polymeric materials arise from their different structures, compositions and processing conditions.
However, the new era of nano simulation technologies has changed the approach and made it easy for engineers/scientists to estimate the properties of the polymers at different scales and conditions. The basic structure of a polymer is determined by the chemical structure of its monomers. However, the molecular weight and molecular weight distribution of a polymer generally depend on polymerization conditions and the Molecular Dynamics Approach will enable the engineers to predict important properties of the polymeric materials such as
- Mechanical Properties – Stress-Strain curve, Elastic modulus, Hysteresis, Peeling, Interfacial failure
- Thermal Properties – Glass transition, Melting, Thermal expansion
- Permeability/ Diffusion – Gas barrier, Dissolution mechanism of gas or small molecule, Diffusion mechanism of gas or small molecule
- Interfacial: Solubility, Phase separation, Interface structure, Surface tension, Surfactant’s effect
- Rheology: G’, G’’, Viscoelasticity
- Optical: Birefringence
And so on for Plastic, Rubber, Elastomer, Synthetic fiber, Thin film, Paint, Ink, Adhesive, Fuel cell, Battery, Detergent, Cosmetic, Liquid Crystal and so on.
This planned Seminar aims to cover theoretical, analytical, practical testing and computational modelling of polymeric materials from atomic, nano, meso, micro scale to macro scale modelling and real-time application engineering. Invited industrial and academic experts will share their knowledge and experience with the participants.
We encourage participants to bring their queries, problems and pose to the expert panel and get the solution.,
Looking forward for your active participation
Software used for the workshop hands on
Link : www.j-octa.com
Participants will be provided two months of license post workshop.
Registration Fee: INR 2,500.00 + 18% GST
Registration Fee can be paid in the form of DD/Cheque/Cash in favour of “DHIO Center for Excellence “
DHIO Center for Excellence
# 28 (Old No 619/1), 2nd Floor, 36th Cross,
2nd Block, Rajajinagar, Next to Srinivasa
Kalyana Mantapa, Bangalore-560010 India
Dr. Taku Ozawa
Manager – Multi Scale Analysis
Engineering Technology Division,
JSOL Corporation, JAPAN
Ph.D. in Engineering, Keio University, Japan. Currently Manager of Multiscale Analysis Section, Engineering Technology Division JSOL Corporation Japan.
A member of management committee of following organization.
1. Research Group on Computational Polymer Science, The Society of Polymer Science, Japan.
2. Computer Chemistry Department, Japan Association for Chemical Innovation
Topics Covered [Not Limited To]
- Integrated simulation of Soft matter
- Full Atomistic Molecular Dynamics
- Coarse Grained Molecular Dynamics
- Glass Transition Temperature Prediction [Tg]
- Stress – Strain Curve Development for Polymers
- Rheology Property Prediction for Polymers
- Polymer Blends
- Self-Consistent Field Theory
- Slip-link model
- Polymer Composite Modelling
- Force Field Calculation
- Multi-phase modelling
- Prediction of Thermal, Mechanical, Rheological, Diffusion/Permeability, interfacial, optical properties
and so on
- Understanding of mechanisms and estimation of material properties from the atomic scale to the micrometer scale in the development of a wide variety of materials, such as rubbers, plastics, thin films,coatings, and electrolytes