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Hybrid particle-field molecular dynamics simulations for dense polymer systems
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10.1063/1.3142103
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The iteration scheme proposed for hybrid MD-SCF simulations.

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Two strategies for the construction of a density grid are compared. In the first case, (top of the figure) according to the particle positions, value of the density in a cell is evaluated by counting the total number of particles in that cell. In the second case (higher order alternative) considering also the position of each particle inside the cell a fraction of this particle is assigned to each cell vertex.

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Geometry of particles fraction assignment in a two-dimensional case. The fraction assigned to a given vertex is proportional to the area of a rectangle whose diagonal is the line connecting the particle position and the mesh point on the opposite side of the cell.

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Two-dimensional density maps corresponding to a test configuration containing two -pentane molecules in all trans conformation laying in the plane at different grid resolutions (starting from the top , 0.83, and 0.66 Å).

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Schematized geometry of particle fraction assignment for the case of three-dimensional lattice employed in this paper.

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Gradients defined on a staggered lattice, the density gradients are defined on the center of each face (staggered lattice points) of the cube surrounding a density lattice point (see Fig. 2, two-dimensional case, where crosses show the points on which the derivatives of the density are defined).

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Temperature behavior in hybrid MD-SCF simulations at different density grid resolutions.

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Probability distribution of end-to-end distances for different grid resolutions compared with the results of the particle-particle MD simulations.

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FIG. 8.

Atom-atom intermolecular radial distribution functions for different grid resolutions compared to the results of the particle-particle MD simulations.

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Symmetric block copolymer melt . Time evolution of the self-consistent potential together with some configuration snapshots are. The mean field interaction parameters ( and ) are chosen so that the system is in the strong segregation regime where a lamellar phase is stable.

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Scitation: Hybrid particle-field molecular dynamics simulations for dense polymer systems
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/130/21/10.1063/1.3142103
10.1063/1.3142103
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