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VKI LS 2007-04, Production, transport and applications of nano particles, ISBN 978-2-930389-74-5

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Production, transport and applications of nano particles
Edited by O. Chazot, P. Rambaud
February 26 - March 1, 2007
Abstract

Nano-technologies, especially nanoparticle related applications, have recently received tremendous interest due to the numerous innovative potentials they offer. As a matter of fact, companies dealing with high-tech applications oriented toward medicine, aerospace and environment have consistently identified this new field potentially impacting the future society in the same positive manner that the internet revolution has been in our present day. However, the nanoscale-world is also extremely challenging and requires further development of many new interdisciplinary experimental and numerical tools at the very fundamental level.

In order to provide a critical overview of this emerging field with industrial concern in mind, the Lecture Series proceedings are focused on three areas i.e., the production, the transport and the valorisation of nanoparticles. The objectives of this LS notes are twofold. On one hand it is expected to be an introduction to the nanoparticle technology including its most relevant aspects. On the other hand it is tailored to engineers and researchers looking forward to state-of-the-art overviews, references and prospects for industrial development.

After a general introduction, a review of the processes leading to nanoparticle synthesis with flames, lasers and plasma is presented. Their characteristics properties and topical applications are examined and several authors share their experience on the implementation of such fine particles. A significant part of the note is devoted to the numerical approaches including the transport, deposition, aggregation and removal of nanoparticles into flows.

Table of contents
  • LAINE, R.M. – University of Michigan, USA
    General introduction to nanoparticles I & II
  • PRATSINIS, S.E. – ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    History of aerosol manufacture of fine particles
  • HERLIN-BOIME, N.; LECONTE, Y.; MAYNE-L’HERMITTE, M.; REYNAUD, C. – CEA Saclay, France
    Synthesis of nanoparticles by laser pyrolysis
  • PROULX, P. – Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
    Plasma synthesis of nanoparticles
  • PRATSINIS, S.E. – ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Flame-made functional nanoparticles
  • MARCHAl, J.; HINKLIN, T.; AZURDIA, J.; KIM, S.; KIM, M.; LAINE, R.M. - University of Michigan, USA
    Advances in liquid-feed flame spray pyrolysis: innovative approaches to nano-oxide materials III
  • HERLIN-BOIME, N.; LECONTE, Y.; MAYNE-L’HERMITTE, M.; REYNAUD, C. – CEA Saclay, France
    Multicomponent nanoparticles: properties and applications
  • SOMMERFELD, M. & HORENDER, S. – Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
    Fundamentals on nano-particle transport and agglomeration
    Numerical computations of nano-particle processes
  • PROULX, P. – Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
    Plasma reactor design for nanoparticles production
  • SCHWARZER, H.-C.1; GRADL, J.2; PEUKERT, W.2 - 1Süd-Chemie AG & 2Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
    Comparison of modeling approaches on the impact of mixing in nanoparticle precipitation
  • AHMADI, G. – Clarkson University, USA
    Nano and micro-particle transport, deposition and removal
    Particle transport and deposition in respiratory tracts
    Nano and micro-particle focusing using aerodynamic lenses at normal pressures
    Supersonic and hypersonic impactors

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