From multiscale modeling to meso-science --- A chemical engineering perspective


Multiscale modeling is becoming essential for accurate, rapid simulation in science and engineering. This book presents the results of three decades of research on multiscale modeling in process engineering from principles to application, and its generalization for different fields. This book considers the universality of meso-scale phenomena for the first time, and provides insight into the emerging discipline that unifies them, mesoscience, as well as new perspectives for virtual process engineering.

Multiscale modeling is applied in areas including:

● multiphase flow and fluid dynamics

● chemical, biochemical and process engineering

● mineral processing and metallurgical engineering

● energy and resources

● materials science and engineering


Jinghai Li is president of National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), a professor at the Institute of Process Engineering, CAS.

Wei Ge, Wei Wang, Ning Yang, Junwu Wang and Limin Wang are professors at the EMMS Group, part of the Institute of Process Engineering, CAS.

Xinhua Liu, Xianfeng He and Xiaowei Wang are associate professors at the EMMS Group, part of the Institute of Process Engineering, CAS.

Mooson Kwauk is an emeritus director of the Institute of Process Engineering, CAS, and is an advisor to the EMMS Group.


CPU, EMMS, GPU, chemical processes, competition, complex systems, compromise, computational fluid dynamics, coordination, high performance computation, meso-scale and mesoscale, meso-science and mesoscience, micro-scale and microscale, multi-phase system and multiphase system, multi-scale and multiscale, stability condition, virtual process engineering


DATE 2019-06-26 15:02:15
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