Amir Farmahini
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Structural modelling of silicon carbide-derived nanoporous carbon by hybrid reverse Monte Carlo simulation
AH Farmahini, G Opletal, SK Bhatia
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (27), 14081-14094, 2013
502013
From crystal to adsorption column: challenges in multiscale computational screening of materials for adsorption separation processes
AH Farmahini, S Krishnamurthy, D Friedrich, S Brandani, L Sarkisov
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 57 (45), 15491-15511, 2018
292018
Hybrid Reverse Monte Carlo simulation of amorphous carbon: distinguishing between competing structures obtained using different modeling protocols
AH Farmahini, SK Bhatia
Carbon 83, 53-70, 2015
282015
Slow diffusion of methane in ultra-micropores of silicon carbide-derived carbon
A Shahtalebi, AH Farmahini, P Shukla, SK Bhatia
Carbon 77, 560-576, 2014
282014
Influence of Structural Heterogeneity on Diffusion of CH4 and CO2 in Silicon Carbide-Derived Nanoporous Carbon
AH Farmahini, A Shahtalebi, H Jobic, SK Bhatia
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (22), 11784-11798, 2014
242014
Automated analysis and benchmarking of GCMC simulation programs in application to gas adsorption
RJ Gowers, AH Farmahini, D Friedrich, L Sarkisov
Molecular Simulation 44 (4), 309-321, 2018
192018
Barriers to diffusion of CO2 in microporous carbon derived from silicon carbide
A Shahtalebi, P Shukla, AH Farmahini, SK Bhatia
Carbon 88, 1-15, 2015
182015
Complementary Effects of Pore Accessibility and Decoordination on the Capacitance of Nanoporous Carbon Electrochemical Supercapacitors
SR Varanasi, AH Farmahini, SK Bhatia
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (52), 28809-28818, 2015
172015
Effect of structural anisotropy and pore-network accessibility on fluid transport in nanoporous Ti3SiC2 carbide-derived carbon
AH Farmahini, SK Bhatia
Carbon 103, 16-27, 2016
162016
Fluorinated carbide-derived carbon: more hydrophilic, yet apparently more hydrophobic
AH Farmahini, DS Sholl, SK Bhatia
Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (18), 5969-5979, 2015
152015
Exploring new sources of efficiency in process-driven materials screening for post-combustion carbon capture
AH Farmahini, D Friedrich, S Brandani, L Sarkisov
Energy & Environmental Science 13 (3), 1018-1037, 2020
132020
Molecular dynamics simulation studies of absorption in piperazine activated MDEA solution
AH Farmahini, B Kvamme, T Kuznetsova
Physical chemistry chemical physics 13 (28), 13070-13081, 2011
132011
Differences in the adsorption and diffusion behaviour of water and non-polar gases in nanoporous carbon: role of cooperative effects of pore confinement and hydrogen bonding
AH Farmahini, SK Bhatia
Molecular Simulation 41 (5-6), 432-445, 2015
122015
New directions in gas sorption and separation with MOFs: general discussion
M Addicoat, T Bennett, K Chapman, D Denysenko, M Dincă, H Doan, ...
Faraday discussions 201, 175-194, 2017
82017
Computational investigation on CO2 adsorption in titanium carbide-derived carbons with residual titanium
D Zhang, MR Dutzer, T Liang, AF Fonseca, Y Wu, KS Walton, DS Sholl, ...
Carbon 111, 741-751, 2017
62017
Molecular dynamics simulation studies of piperazine activated MDEA absorption solution with methane and carbon dioxide
AH Farmahini
The University of Bergen, 2010
52010
Performance-based screening of porous materials for carbon capture
AH Farmahini, S Krishnamurthy, D Friedrich, S Brandani, L Sarkisov
arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.12289, 2020
42020
MOFs modeling and theory: general discussion
M Addicoat, K Butler, O Farha, L Gagliardi, AH Farmahini, C Hendon, ...
Faraday discussions 201, 233-245, 2017
12017
Structural modelling of silicon carbide-derived microporous carbon and its application in CO2 capture and separation of volatile gases from moist streams
A Hajiahmadi Farmahini
12015
Towards Systematic Assessment of Porous Adsorbents for Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Via Multiscale Simulation Strategies
AH Farmahini, S Krishnamurthy, D Friedrich, S Brandani, L Sarkisov
2018 AIChE Annual Meeting, 2018
2018
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