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Published
**1967** in [Toronto] .

Written in English

Read online- Molecular dynamics,
- Fluid dynamics,
- Viscosity

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Toronto, Ont. University. Theses (M.Sc.) |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | LE3 T525 MSC 1968 M66 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | [132 leaves] |

Number of Pages | 132 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17319344M |

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Introduces Molecular dynamic calculations on fluid systems. book innovative system of molecular units for molecular dynamics calculations, and provides conventional units as well. Features a thorough, mathematical presentation that fosters understanding and mastery of all topics covered. Explains how to solve the exercises in its appended "Answers" section.

Elsevier, - Computers - pages 2 Reviews The aim of this book is to examine some of the important aspects of recent progress in the use of molecular simulation /5(2). This book, authored by a well-known researcher and expositor in meteorology, focuses on the direct link between molecular dynamics, turbulence theory, fluid mechanics and non equilibrium statistical mechanics, it is relevant to the fields of applied mathematics, physics and atmospheric sciences, and focuses on fluid flow and turbulence, as well as on temperature, radiative transfer and by: The method is a molecular dynamics version of the Gibbs-Ensemble Monte Carlo technique, which has been developed some years ago for the direct simulation of phase equilibria in fluid systems.

For molecular systems, we simply build the molecules out of site-site potentials of the form of Eq. (3) or similar. Typically, a single-molecule quantum-chemical calculation may be used to estimate the electron density throughout the molecule, which may then be mod-elled by a distribution of partial charges via Size: KB.

Molecular simulations include a broad range of methodologies such as Monte Carlo, Brownian dynamics, lattice dynamics, and molecular dynamics (MD). Features of this book: •. Journal of Dynamic Systems, Molecular dynamic calculations on fluid systems. book, and Control is used to improve the accuracy of fluid flow calculations in the slip flow regime where the continuum assumption of zero fluid velocity at the surface is inaccurate because fluid “slip” occurs.

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Like the other domains. Thermophysical Properties of Fluid Systems. Accurate thermophysical properties are available for several fluids. These data include the following. In a molecular dynamics simulation, one often wishes to explore the macroscopic properties of a system through microscopic simulations, for example, to calculate changes in the binding free energy of a particular drug candidate, or to examine the energetics and mechanisms of conformational change.

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Rheology and Fluid Dynamics; View All Topics; The Journal of Chemical Physics. Gaussian basis sets for accurate calculations on molecular systems in gas and condensed phases J. Chem The basis can therefore be used in first principles molecular dynamics simulations and is well suited for linear scaling calculations.

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FLUID PRESSURE The cause of fluid pressure Section described the dynamic behaviour of molecules in a liquid or gas. When a molecule rebounds from any confining boundary, a force equal to the rate of change of momentum of that molecule is exerted upon the boundary.

If the area of the solid/fluid boundary is large compared to. Computer simulations of inhomogeneous soft matter systems often require accurate methods for computing the local pressure.

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A molecular dynamics version of the Gibbs ensemble calculation is proposed. This calculation is based on an extended Hamiltonian formalism that treats the temperature, volume, and the coupling of a single particle to the rest of the system as continuous dynamical degrees of freedom with their own equations of motion.

@article{osti_, title = {Molecular-dynamics calculations of the velocity autocorrelation function: hard-sphere results}, author = {Erpenbeck, J J and Wood, W W}, abstractNote = {The velocity autocorrelation function for the hard-sphere fluid is computed for ten values of the volume ranging from 25 to times the close-packed volume V/sub 0/ for systems of from to hard spheres.

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molecular systems. The latter can be tricky to do correctly. A large number of molecules are usually required to model atomic walls in molecular dynamics simulations.

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