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Lattice Boltzmann study of hydrodynamic effects in lamellar ordering process of two-dimensional quenched block copolymers
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10.1063/1.2981804
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Temporal evolution of against . From bottom to top, time steps are , respectively.

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Temporal evolution of against . is the maximum of the structure factor curve in Fig. 1.

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Temporal evolution of against . From bottom to top, time steps are , respectively.

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Configuration of domains for time steps , respectively. The pictures are snapshot of density distribution of segment .

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Rescaled structures factors at zero thermal noise. The scaling collapse was obtained with the value of the scaling exponent for diffusion only systems. For systems with hydrodynamic effects, the value was obtained with the parameter . The results are averaged over five independent trials.

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The temporal change in the strength of the hydrodynamic flux and the diffusion flux of the two systems.

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The pictures are snapshots of density distribution of segment after 10 000 steps for the diffusion only system and the system with hydrodynamic effects.

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Time evolution of the orientational correlation function with successive time steps: increasing from left to right. The results are averaged over five independent trials. We extract the time evolution of the correlation length by monitoring the for which . We choose , respectively. The scaling exponent is extracted from a log-log plot of vs (inserted).

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Time evolution of the of the orientational correlation function . The results are averaged over five independent trials.

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Scitation: Lattice Boltzmann study of hydrodynamic effects in lamellar ordering process of two-dimensional quenched block copolymers
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/129/14/10.1063/1.2981804
10.1063/1.2981804
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