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Search Publications by Daniel Siderius

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The role of molecular modeling & simulation in the discovery and deployment of metal-organic frameworks for gas storage and separation

Author(s)
Arni Sturluson, Melanie Huynh, Alec Kaija, Caleb Laird, Sunghyun Yoon, Feier Hou, Zhenxing Feng, Christopher E. Wilmer, Yamil J. Colon, Yongchul G. Chung, Daniel W. Siderius, Cory M. Simon
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are highly tunable, extended-network, crystalline, nanoporous materials with applications in gas storage, separations, and

The Ninth Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge

Author(s)
Jonathan D. Moore, Raymond D. Mountain, Richard B. Ross, Vincent K. Shen, Daniel W. Siderius, Kenneth D. Smith
The Ninth Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge aimed to test the ability of molecular modeling approaches to predict water/oil interfacial tension

Modulus--Pressure Equation for Confined Fluids

Author(s)
Daniel W. Siderius, Gennady Y. Gor, Vincent K. Shen, Noam Bernstein
Ultrasonic experiments allow one to measure the elastic modulus of bulk solid or fluid samples. Recently such experiments have been carried out on fluid

Adsorption, X-ray Diffraction, Photoelectron, and Atomic Emission Spectroscopy Benchmark Studies for the Eighth Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge

Author(s)
Daniel W. Siderius, Vincent K. Shen, Raymond D. Mountain, Richard Ross, David B. Aeschliman, Riaz Ahmad, John K. Brennan, Myles L. Brostrom, Kevin A. Frankel, Jonathan D. Moore, Joshua D. Moore, Derrick M. Poirier, Matthias Thommes, Nathan E. Schultz, Kenneth D. Smith
The primary goal of the eighth industrial fluid properties simulation challenge was to test the ability of molecular simulation methods to predict the

The Eighth Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge

Author(s)
Daniel W. Siderius, Vincent K. Shen, Raymond D. Mountain, Nathan E. Schultz, Riaz Ahmad, John K. Brennan, Kevin A. Frankel, Jonathan D. Moore, Richard Ross, Matthias Thommes, Kenneth D. Smith
The goal of the eighth industrial fluid properties simulation challenge was to test the ability of molecular simulation methods to predict the adsorption of

Relation Between Pore Size and the Compressibility of a Confi ned Fluid

Author(s)
Daniel W. Siderius, Vincent K. Shen, William P. Krekelberg, Gennady Y. Gor, Christopher J. Rasmussen, Noam Bernstein
When a fluid is conned to a nanopore, its thermodynamic properties differ from the properties of a bulk fluid. Measuring certain properties of con fined fluid

Reference Diffraction Patterns, Microstructure, and Pore Size Distribution for the Copper (II) benzene-1,3,5-tricarboxylate Metal Organic Framework (Cu-BTC) Compounds

Author(s)
Winnie K. Wong-Ng, James A. Kaduk, Daniel W. Siderius, Andrew J. Allen, Laura Espinal, Brad Boyerinas, Igor Levin, Matthew Suchomel, Jan Ilavsky, Eric J. Cockayne, Hui Wu
Cu-paddle-wheel-based Cu3(BTC)2 (nicknamed Cu-BTC, where BTC ≡ benzene 1,3,5-tricarboxylate) is a metal organic framework (MOF) compound that adopts a zeolite

Perfluorohexane Adsorption in BCR-704 Faujasite Zeolite Benchmark Studies for the Seventh Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge

Author(s)
Richard B. Ross, John K. Brennan, Kevin A. Frankel, Jonathan D. Moore, Raymond D. Mountain, Joshua D. Moore, Riaz Ahmad, Matthias Thommes, Vincent K. Shen, Nathan E. Schultz, Daniel W. Siderius, Kenneth D. Smith
The primary goal of the seventh industrial fluid properties simulation challenge was to test the ability of molecular simulation methods to predict the

The Seventh Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge

Author(s)
Riaz Ahmad, John K. Brennan, Kevin A. Frankel, Jonathan D. Moore, Joshua D. Moore, Raymond D. Mountain, Richard B. Ross, Vincent K. Shen, Nathan E. Schultz, Daniel W. Siderius, Kenneth D. Smith, Matthias Thommes
The primary goal of the seventy industrial fluid properties simulation challenge was to test the ability of molecular simulation methods to predict the