Quantifying and Visualising Dispersion State of Nanoparticles in Bespoke Polymer Nanocomposites through Simulation

  • Ranjeetkumar Gupta (Speaker)

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk


The aim of generating the simulated model is to visualize and infer the NPs/agglomerate dispersion state in the synthesized composites having different wt % concentrations of the NPs and to inter-relate it with the bespoke measurements, which otherwise is fairly difficult to do with the physical characterization methods. The interaction radius(IR), which is the nearest distance among the generated spheres (neighbors), is also calculated when the simulated model is generated. The interaction region or the influencing region of each sphere representing the NP/agglomerates is understood by the calculated IR values. The interaction among the NPs, that is, charged electron transfer among them or their conductive/insulating nature are defined by two main constraints viz. the dispersion state and the IR value. Hence, studying the dispersion state with the help of the simulated model is an important prospect.
Period4 Mar 2022
Event title3rd International Conference on Aspects of Materials Science and Engineering 2022
Event typeConference
LocationChandigarh, IndiaShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational