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2. Mesoscopic simulation methods  
 
2. Mesoscopic simulation methods  
  
3. Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD)
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3. Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD method)
  
4. Multi-particle collision Dynamics (MPC)
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4. Multi-particle collision Dynamics (MPC method)
  
 
5. Applications
 
5. Applications

Revision as of 18:50, 20 July 2009

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Literatur

1."Mesoscopic simulations of electrohydrodynamic phenomena", Jens Smiatek, "PhD thesis", Universität Bielefeld (March 2009)

2. "Lattice Boltzmann Simulations of Soft Matter Systems" , B. Dünweg and A. J. C. Ladd, Advanced Computer Simulation Approaches for Soft Matter Sciences III, Series: Adv Polym Sci. Holm, Christian; Kremer, Kurt (Eds.) Vol. 221, (2009)

3."Multi-Particle Collision Dynamics: A Particle-Based Mesoscale Simulation Approach to the Hydrodynamics of Complex Fluids", G. Gompper, T. Ihle, D.M. Kroll, and R.G.Winkler, Advanced Computer Simulation Approaches for Soft Matter Sciences III, Adv Polym Sci. Holm, Christian; Kremer, Kurt (Eds.) Vol. 221, (2009)


To read and know more:

4. "Particle-based mesoscale hydrodynamic techniques" H. Noguchi, , N. Kikuchi and G. Gompper, EPL 78 10005 (5pp), (2007)


5. "Dissipative particle dynamics: Bridging the gap between atomistic and mesoscopic simulation", R. D. Groot and P. B. Warren, J. Chem. Phys. 107, 4423 (1997)


6. "Simulation studies of soft matter: generic statistical properties and chemical details", K. Kremer, Eur. Phys. J. B 64, 525–529 (2008).

Gliederungsvorschlag

1. Introduction

2. Mesoscopic simulation methods

3. Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD method)

4. Multi-particle collision Dynamics (MPC method)

5. Applications