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Title: Study of critical dynamics in fluids via molecular dynamics in canonical ensemble
Authors: Roy, Sutapa
Das, Subir K.
Keywords: Physical Chemistry
Materials Science
Applied Physics
Polymer Science
Critical-Behavior
Transport-Properties
Critical-Point
Thermostat
Simulation
Equations
Liquid
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Springer
Citation: European Physical Journal E
38
12
Roy, S.; Das, S. K., Study of critical dynamics in fluids via molecular dynamics in canonical ensemble. European Physical Journal E 2015, 38 (12), 7.
Abstract: With the objective of understanding the usefulness of thermostats in the study of dynamic critical phenomena in fluids, we present results for transport properties in a binary Lennard-Jones fluid that exhibits liquid-liquid phase transition. Various collective transport properties, calculated from the molecular dynamics (MD) simulations in canonical ensemble, with different thermostats, are compared with those obtained from MD simulations in microcanonical ensemble. It is observed that the Nose-Hoover and dissipative particle dynamics thermostats are useful for the calculations of mutual diffusivity and shear viscosity. The Nose-Hoover thermostat, however, as opposed to the latter, appears inadequate for the study of bulk viscosity.
Description: Restricted access
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10572/2045
ISSN: 1292-8941
Appears in Collections:Research Articles (Subir Kumar Das)

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