Connecting the smallest and largest scales of reactive multiphase systems

​Welcome to the promotion lecture of Henrik Ström to Professor
Industrial reactive multiphase processes take place in devices that are many orders of magnitude larger than the reacting molecules. These systems are traditionally studied one abstraction level at a time using multiscale models. An alternative is to combine different levels of theory into a hybrid model. This lecture will focus on the pros and cons of these approaches to bridging between scales.

About Henrik Ström

Henrik Ström is an Associate Professor at the Division of Fluid Dynamics.  His academic background is in Chemical Engineering (MSc and PhD) and Sustainable Multiphase Processes (docent). He currently also holds an Adjunct Associate Professor position at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering at NTNU. His research interests are centered around mathematical modelling and numerical  simulations of reactive multiphase flows.

​​The promotion lecture online in Zoom.
Password: 754111
Category Lecture
Location: Online in Zoom
Starts: 30 September, 2021, 10:00
Ends: 30 September, 2021, 11:00

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