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Awardee:MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Doing Business As Name:Michigan State University
PD/PI:
  • Charles A Petty
  • (517) 353-5486
  • petty@msu.edu
Co-PD(s)/co-PI(s):
  • Andre Benard
Award Date:07/22/2009
Estimated Total Award Amount: $ NaN
Funds Obligated to Date: $ 94,257
  • FY 2010=$14,258
  • FY 2009=$79,999
Start Date:08/01/2009
End Date:07/31/2011
Transaction Type:Grant
Agency:NSF
Awarding Agency Code:4900
Funding Agency Code:4900
CFDA Number:47.041
Primary Program Source:040100 NSF RESEARCH & RELATED ACTIVIT
Award Title or Description:Collaborative Research: I/UCRC-MTP, Fifth Year Operating Grant
Federal Award ID Number:0934374
DUNS ID:193247145
Parent DUNS ID:053343976
Program:IUCRC-Indust-Univ Coop Res Ctr

Awardee Location

Street:Office of Sponsored Programs
City:East Lansing
State:MI
ZIP:48824-2600
County:East Lansing
Country:US
Awardee Cong. District:08

Primary Place of Performance

Organization Name:Michigan State University
Street:Office of Sponsored Programs
City:East Lansing
State:MI
ZIP:48824-2600
County:East Lansing
Country:US
Cong. District:08

Abstract at Time of Award

Full Center Proposal for an I/UCRC for Multiphase Transport Phenomena 0934374 Michigan State University (MSU); Charles Petty 0934338 University of Tulsa (UT); Ram Mohan The purpose of this proposal is for the Center for Multiphase Transport Phenomena (MTP) to complete the fifth year of the first five-years (Phase I). MTP is a multi-university Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (IUCRC) with Michigan State University (MSU) as the lead institution, and the University of Tulsa (UT) as an additional research site. The Center focuses on the development and validation of Multiphase Transport Phenomena (MTP) models and computational methods motivated by problem-oriented research such as, advanced filtration processes, multiphase separation processes, advanced fuel sprays, coking furnaces, and fuel cells. During the fifth year of operation, the Center will focus on two signature technologies: the cross flow filtration hydrocyclone in support of cleaning produced water on offshore platforms; and, next generation multiphase turbulent models in support of computational fluid dynamics. Both of these initiatives are expected to have a significant and transformative impact on engineering design and education in the area of multiphase transport phenomena. The Center provides new industrial interactions, support of pre-doctoral and post-doctoral students, and opportunities for undergraduate and graduate student training. The early training of students in the Center will catalyze the integration of research and education in the field of multiphase transport phenomena. The Center has set up a program for recruiting, mentoring, and retaining minority and women graduate students in engineering. These students will also participate in weekly meetings with other minority students as part of a university wide program. Industrial internships for Center graduate students have been an essential element of the training and technology transfer mission of the MTP I/UCRC. Several former students are presently full-time employees of member companies and serve as advisors to the Center. If awarded a Phase II in the near future, the Center plans to initiate an international research component in the area of produced water in collaboration with universities and petrochemical companies in Brazil and elsewhere.

Publications Produced as a Result of this Research

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J.G. Severino, L.E. Gomez, O. Shoham, R.S. Mohan, and S. Wang "Mechanistic Modeling of Solids Separation in Solid/Liquid Hydrocyclones (SLHC)" SPE Projects, Facilities & Construction, v.5, 2010, p.121.

K. S. Koppula, A. BÃ?©nard, and C. A. Petty "Turbulent Energy Redistribution in Spanwise Rotating Channel Flows" Ind. Eng. Chem. Res, v., 2011, p.. doi:10.1021/ie1020409 

K. S. Koppula, A. Benard, and C. A. Petty "Realizable Algebraic Reynolds Stress Closure" Chemical Engineering Science, v.64, 2009, p.4611.

Y. Qin, M. Rubino, R. Auras, and L-T Lim "Impact of Polymer Processing on Sorption of Benzaldehyde Vapor in Amorphous and Semicrystalline Polypropylene" Journal of Applied Polymer Science, v.110(2), 2008, p.1509.

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