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Univ. of Dayton Research Institute
In the Environmental Engineering group, we have the modeling expertise and software licenses necessary to help us interpret the reaction kinetics measurements of isolated chemical reactions.

We are currently developing a fuel additive/polymer interaction computer model using molecular dynamics (MD) and the NAMD, AMBER, and LAMMPS MD codes to support efforts to solve fuel leakage problems due to o-ring failure when conventional jet fuel (JP-8), which contains aromatics, and synthetic jet fuel.
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