The MACC has been awarded a major provincial grant through the Ontario Research Fund: Research Excellence (ORF-RE) program, to help support its cutting-edge research over the next five years. Led by Dr. Chris Swartz, and with all MACC faculty members and several member companies participating, the funded project is titled "Enhancing competitiveness of industrial process operations through responsive, flexible and cleaner production".
Building on the MACC's track record of success with solving industrially relevant problems, the initiative will involve pioneering research in agile industrial operation, optimization-based decision support methods, and design of integrated energy systems, with the goal of maintaining industrial competitiveness amid increasing variability in product demand, supply availability, and utility costs.
Yingkai Song, Kamil A. Khan. Optimization-based convex relaxations for nonconvex parametric systems of ordinary differential equations [more]
Nor Farida Harun. Fuel Composition Transients in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Gas Turbine Hybrid Systems for Polygeneration Applications [more]
Mina Naeini, Haoxiang Lai, Thomas A. Adams. A Mathematical Model for Prediction of Long-Term Degradation Effects in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells [more]
Thomas A. Adams. Optimal design and operation of a waste tire feedstock polygeneration system [more]