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Ratan K. Mishra
Ratan K. Mishra
BASF SE, ETH Zurich, University of Akron, Indian Institute of Science
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Thermodynamically consistent force fields for the assembly of inorganic, organic, and biological nanostructures: the INTERFACE force field
H Heinz, TJ Lin, R Kishore Mishra, FS Emami
Langmuir 29 (6), 1754-1765, 2013
5922013
Nanoparticle Decoration with Surfactants: Molecular Interactions, Assembly, and Applications
H Heinz, C Pramanik, O Heinz, Y Ding, RK Mishra, D Marchon, RJ Flatt, ...
Surface Science Reports 72, 1-58, 2017
3652017
Force field for tricalcium silicate and insight into nanoscale properties: cleavage, initial hydration, and adsorption of organic molecules
RK Mishra, RJ Flatt, H Heinz
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (20), 10417-10432, 2013
1262013
cemff: A force field database for cementitious materials including validations, applications and opportunities
RK Mishra, AK Mohamed, D Geissbühler, H Manzano, T Jamil, ...
Cement and Concrete Research 102, 68-89, 2017
1132017
Influence of aluminates on the hydration kinetics of tricalcium silicate
E Pustovgar, RK Mishra, M Palacios, JB d'Espinose de Lacaillerie, ...
Cement and Concrete Research 100, 245-262, 2017
1002017
A force field for tricalcium aluminate to characterize surface properties, initial hydration, and organically modified interfaces in atomic resolution
RK Mishra, L Fernández-Carrasco, RJ Flatt, H Heinz
Dalton Transactions 43, 10602-10616, 2014
792014
Freezing of fluids confined between mica surfaces
KG Ayappa, RK Mishra
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 111 (51), 14299-14310, 2007
442007
Comprehensive understanding of grinding aids
M Weibel, RK Mishra
ZKG International 67 (6), 28-39, 2014
41*2014
Understanding the effectiveness of polycarboxylates as grinding aids
RK Mishra, H Heinz, J Zimmermann, T Müller, RJ Flatt
ACI Special Publication 288, 235-249, 2012
262012
Energy-effective Grinding of Inorganic Solids Using Organic Additives
RK Mishra, M Weibel, T Müller, H Heinz, RJ Flatt
CHIMIA International Journal for Chemistry 71 (7-8), 451-460, 2017
172017
Simulation of interfaces in construction materials: tricalcium silicate, gypsum, and organic modifiers
RK Mishra
The University of Akron, 2012
142012
En route to multi-model scheme for clinker comminution with chemical grinding aids
RK Mishra, D Geissbuhler, H Carmona, FK Wittel, ML Sawley, M Weibel, ...
Advances in Applied Ceramics 114 (7), 393-401, 2015
122015
Force field for calcium sulfate minerals to predict structural, hydration, and interfacial properties
RK Mishra, K Kanhaiya, JJ Winetrout, RJ Flatt, H Heinz
Cement and Concrete Research 139, 106262, 2021
102021
Molecular understanding of directional surface and interface tensions of gypsum and calcium sulfate hemihydrate
RK Mishra, RJ Flatt, H Heinz
Proceedings of the XIII ICCC International Congress on the Chemistry of …, 2011
82011
A discussion on the paper “Role of porosity on the stiffness and stability of (001) surface of the nanogranular C–S–H gel”
H Manzano, AK Mohamed, RK Mishra, P Bowen
Cement and Concrete Research, 2017
42017
Cleavage energy of tricalcium silicate and interactions with amine additives
RK Mishra, RJ Flatt, H Heinz
Proc. 13th Int. Conf. Cem. Chem. Madrid, 3–8 July, 2011
42011
Impact of Aluminates on Silicates Hydration
E Pustovgar, JB d’Espinose, M Palacios, A Andreev, R Mishra, RJ Flatt
II International Conference on Concrete Sustainability - ICCS16, Madrid …, 2016
12016
Molecular modeling of chemical admixtures; opportunities and challenges
SA Weckwerth, RK Mishra, H Heinz, RJ Flatt
Cement and Concrete Research 156, 2022
2022
Molecular modeling of chemical admixtures; opportunities and challenges
AK Mohamed, SA Weckwerth, RK Mishra, H Heinz, RJ Flatt
Cement and Concrete Research 156, 106783, 2022
2022
Retarding cement hydration by increasing temperature
M Palacios, D Sanz, R Mishra, F Boscaro, D Marchon, L Reiter, ...
2018
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