Chris Boyce

Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering



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B.S., Chemical Engineering and Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge

Research Interests:

Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Computational Modeling, Multiphase Flows, Energy & Environment

Selected Publications:

Boyce, C. M.; Rice, N. P.; Ozel, A.; Davidson, J. F.; Sederman, A. J.; Gladden, L. F.; Sundaresan, S.; Dennis, J. S.; Holland, D. J. Magnetic Resonance Characterization of Coupled Gas and Particle Dynamics in a Bubbling Fluidized Bed. Phys. Rev. Fluids 2016, 1 (7), 74201.

Boyce, C. M.; Ozel, A.; Sundaresan, S. Intrusion of a Liquid Droplet into a Powder under Gravity. Langmuir 2016, 32 (34), 8631.

Kolehmainen, J.; Ozel, A.; Boyce, C. M.; Sundaresan, S. A Hybrid Approach to Computing Electrostatic Forces in Fluidized Beds of Charged Particles. AIChE J. 2016, 62 (7), 2282.

Boyce, C. M.; Rice, N. P.; Sederman, A. J.; Dennis, J. S.; Holland, D. J. 11-Interval PFG Pulse Sequence for Improved Measurement of Fast Velocities of Fluids with High Diffusivity in Systems with Short T2∗. J. Magn. Reson. 2016, 265, 67.

Boyce, C. M.; Davidson, J. F.; Holland, D. J.; Scott, S. A.; Dennis, J. S. The Origin of Pressure Oscillations in Slugging Fluidized Beds: Comparison of Experimental Results from Magnetic Resonance Imaging with a Discrete Element Model. Chem. Eng. Sci. 2014, 116, 611.

Boyce, C. M.; Holland, D. J.; Scott, S. A.; Dennis, J. S. Adapting Data Processing To Compare Model and Experiment Accurately: A Discrete Element Model and Magnetic Resonance Measurements of a 3D Cylindrical Fluidized Bed. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2013, 52 (50), 18085.

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