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Sridhar Kumar Kannam
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How fast does water flow in carbon nanotubes?
SK Kannam, BD Todd, JS Hansen, PJ Daivis
The Journal of chemical physics 138 (9), 094701, 2013
2472013
Slip length of water on graphene: Limitations of non-equilibrium molecular dynamics simulations
S Kumar Kannam, BD Todd, JS Hansen, PJ Daivis
The Journal of chemical physics 136 (2), 024705, 2012
2002012
Slip flow in graphene nanochannels
SK Kannam, BD Todd, JS Hansen, PJ Daivis
The Journal of chemical physics 135 (14), 016313, 2011
1162011
Water flow in carbon nanotubes: The effect of tube flexibility and thermostat
A Sam, SK Kannam, R Hartkamp, SP Sathian
The Journal of Chemical Physics 146 (23), 234701, 2017
522017
Interfacial slip friction at a fluid-solid cylindrical boundary
SK Kannam, BD Todd, JS Hansen, PJ Daivis
The Journal of Chemical Physics 136 (24), 244704, 2012
402012
Hydrogen bonds and twist in cellulose microfibrils
SK Kannam, DP Oehme, MS Doblin, MJ Gidley, A Bacic, MT Downton
Carbohydrate Polymers 175, 433-439, 2017
372017
Effect of hydrogen bonds on the dielectric properties of interfacial water
S Varghese, SK Kannam, JS Hansen, SP Sathian
Langmuir 35 (24), 8159-8166, 2019
362019
Modeling slip and flow enhancement of water in carbon nanotubes
SK Kannam, PJ Daivis, BD Todd
MRS Bulletin 42 (4), 283-288, 2017
362017
Effects of confinement on the dielectric response of water extends up to mesoscale dimensions
S De Luca, SK Kannam, BD Todd, F Frascoli, JS Hansen, PJ Daivis
Langmuir 32 (19), 4765-4773, 2016
352016
Sensing of protein molecules through nanopores: a molecular dynamics study
SK Kannam, SC Kim, PR Rogers, N Gunn, J Wagner, S Harrer, ...
Nanotechnology 25 (15), 155502, 2014
312014
Slip of alkanes confined between surfactant monolayers adsorbed on solid surfaces
JP Ewen, SK Kannam, BD Todd, D Dini
Langmuir 34 (13), 3864-3873, 2018
272018
Water desalination using graphene nanopores: influence of the water models used in simulations
V Prasad, SK Kannam, R Hartkamp, SP Sathian
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20 (23), 16005-16011, 2018
232018
Prediction of fluid slip in cylindrical nanopores using equilibrium molecular simulations
A Sam, R Hartkamp, SK Kannam, SP Sathian
Nanotechnology 29 (48), 485404, 2018
222018
Label-free screening of single biomolecules through resistive pulse sensing technology for precision medicine applications
S Harrer, SC Kim, C Schieber, S Kannam, N Gunn, S Moore, D Scott, ...
Nanotechnology 26 (18), 182502, 2015
222015
Electropumping of water in functionalized carbon nanotubes using rotating electric fields
D Ostler, SK Kannam, PJ Daivis, F Frascoli, BD Todd
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (50), 28158-28165, 2017
202017
Geometric dependence of the conductance drop in a nanopore due to a particle
SC Kim, SK Kannam, S Harrer, MT Downton, S Moore, JM Wagner
Physical Review E 89 (4), 042702, 2014
192014
Thermophoretic transport of ionic liquid droplets in carbon nanotubes
R Rajegowda, SK Kannam, R Hartkamp, SP Sathian
Nanotechnology 28 (15), 155401, 2017
162017
Dynamical interactions of 5-fluorouracil drug with dendritic peptide vectors: the impact of dendrimer generation, charge, counterions, and structured water
S De Luca, P Seal, D Ouyang, HS Parekh, SK Kannam, SC Smith
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120 (25), 5732-5743, 2016
162016
Prediction of Kapitza resistance at fluid-solid interfaces
S Alosious, SK Kannam, SP Sathian, BD Todd
The Journal of Chemical Physics 151 (19), 194502, 2019
142019
Thermophoretically driven water droplets on graphene and boron nitride surfaces
R Rajegowda, SK Kannam, R Hartkamp, SP Sathian
Nanotechnology 29 (21), 215401, 2018
132018
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