Erich A. Muller
Erich A. Muller
Professor of Thermodynamics; Imperial College London
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Molecular-based equations of state for associating fluids: A review of SAFT and related approaches
EA Müller, KE Gubbins
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 40 (10), 2193-2211, 2001
7032001
Adsorption of water on activated carbons: a molecular simulation study
EA Müller, LF Rull, LF Vega, KE Gubbins
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (4), 1189-1196, 1996
3881996
A molecular model for adsorption of water on activated carbon: comparison of simulation and experiment
CL McCallum, TJ Bandosz, SC McGrother, EA Müller, KE Gubbins
Langmuir 15 (2), 533-544, 1999
3271999
Equations of state for fluids and fluid mixtures
JV Sengers, RF Kayser, CJ Peters, HJ White
Elsevier, 2000
320*2000
Accurate statistical associating fluid theory for chain molecules formed from Mie segments
T Lafitte, A Apostolakou, C Avendano, A Galindo, CS Adjiman, EA Müller, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 139 (15), 154504, 2013
3182013
Equation of state for Lennard-Jones chains
JK Johnson, EA Müller, KE Gubbins
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 98 (25), 6413-6419, 1994
2581994
A group contribution method for associating chain molecules based on the statistical associating fluid theory (SAFT-)
A Lymperiadis, CS Adjiman, A Galindo, G Jackson
The Journal of chemical physics 127 (23), 234903, 2007
2552007
Molecular simulation study of hydrophilic and hydrophobic behavior of activated carbon surfaces
EA Müller, KE Gubbins
Carbon 36 (10), 1433-1438, 1998
2361998
Group contribution methodology based on the statistical associating fluid theory for heteronuclear molecules formed from Mie segments
V Papaioannou, T Lafitte, C Avendano, CS Adjiman, G Jackson, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 140 (5), 054107, 2014
2272014
SAFT-γ force field for the simulation of molecular fluids. 1. A single-site coarse grained model of carbon dioxide
C Avendano, T Lafitte, A Galindo, CS Adjiman, G Jackson, EA Müller
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 115 (38), 11154-11169, 2011
2032011
An equation of state for water from a simplified intermolecular potential
EA Mueller, KE Gubbins
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 34 (10), 3662-3673, 1995
1481995
Densities and excess volumes in aqueous poly (ethylene glycol) solutions
EA Muller, P Rasmussen
Journal of chemical and engineering data 36 (2), 214-217, 1991
1421991
Adsorption of water vapor− methane mixtures on activated carbons
EA Müller, FR Hung, KE Gubbins
Langmuir 16 (12), 5418-5424, 2000
1402000
SAFT-γ force field for the simulation of molecular fluids: 2. Coarse-grained models of greenhouse gases, refrigerants, and long alkanes
C Avendaño, T Lafitte, CS Adjiman, A Galindo, EA Müller, G Jackson
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117 (9), 2717-2733, 2013
1332013
Force-field parameters from the SAFT-γ equation of state for use in coarse-grained molecular simulations
EA Müller, G Jackson
Annual review of chemical and biomolecular engineering 5, 405-427, 2014
1242014
Interfacial properties of selected binary mixtures containing n-alkanes
EA Müller, A Mejía
Fluid Phase Equilibria 282 (2), 68-81, 2009
1032009
Force fields for coarse-grained molecular simulations from a corresponding states correlation
A Mejía, C Herdes, EA Müller
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 53 (10), 4131-4141, 2014
1012014
SAFT-γ force field for the simulation of molecular fluids: 3. Coarse-grained models of benzene and hetero-group models of n-decylbenzene
T Lafitte, C Avendaño, V Papaioannou, A Galindo, CS Adjiman, ...
Molecular Physics 110 (11-12), 1189-1203, 2012
1012012
Mesoscopic simulation of aggregation of asphaltene and resin molecules in crude oils
B Aguilera-Mercado, C Herdes, J Murgich, EA Müller
Energy & Fuels 20 (1), 327-338, 2006
1002006
Simulation of hard triatomic and tetratomic molecules: A test of associating fluid theories
EA Müller, KE Gubbins
Molecular Physics 80 (4), 957-976, 1993
941993
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