Atanu Metya
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Wetting transition of the ethanol–water droplet on smooth and textured surfaces
AK Metya, S Khan, JK Singh
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (8), 4113-4121, 2014
262014
Ice nucleation on nanotextured surfaces: the influence of surface fraction, pillar height and wetting states
AK Metya, JK Singh, F Müller-Plathe
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (38), 26796-26806, 2016
172016
Molecular dynamics study of vapor–liquid equilibria and transport properties of sodium and lithium based on EAM potentials
AK Metya, A Hens, JK Singh
Fluid phase equilibria 313, 16-24, 2012
172012
Nucleation of aqueous salt solutions on solid surfaces
AK Metya, JK Singh
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (15), 8277-8287, 2018
102018
Surface effect on the electromelting behavior of nanoconfined water
A Bose, AK Metya, JK Singh
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (35), 23147-23154, 2015
42015
A Study of Transport Properties and Stress Analysis Using Atomistic and Macro Simulations for Lithium-Ion Batteries
U Kumar, AK Metya, N Ramakrishnan, JK Singh
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 161 (9), A1453, 2014
42014
Ice adhesion mechanism on lubricant-impregnated surfaces using molecular dynamics simulations
AK Metya, JK Singh
Molecular Simulation 45 (4-5), 394-402, 2019
32019
Study of ice nucleation on silver iodide surface with defects
Prerna, R Goswami, AK Metya, SV Shevkunov, JK Singh
Molecular Physics 117 (23-24), 3651-3663, 2019
22019
Ice Nucleation on a Graphite Surface in the Presence of Nanoparticles
AK Metya, JK Singh
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (33), 19056-19066, 2018
2018
Wetting Transition of Ethanol-Water Droplet On Smooth and Pillared Surfaces: A Molecular Dynamic Study
A Metya
AIChE-2013 Annual Meeting November 3-8, 2013, San Francisco, USA, 0
Study of transport properties and stress analysis using macro and atomistic simulations for Lithium based rechargeable batteries
U Kumar, A Metya, JK Singh
AIChE, October 31, 2012, Pittsburg, USA, 0
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