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A concurrent multiscale micromorphic molecular dynamics

Li, Shaofan ; Tong, Qi

Journal of Applied Physics, 21 April 2015, Vol.117(15) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    A concurrent multiscale micromorphic molecular dynamics
  • Autor: Li, Shaofan ; Tong, Qi
  • Assuntos: Articles
  • É parte de: Journal of Applied Physics, 21 April 2015, Vol.117(15)
  • Descrição: In this work, we have derived a multiscale micromorphic molecular dynamics (MMMD) from first principle to extend the (Andersen)-Parrinello-Rahman molecular dynamics to mesoscale and continuum scale. The multiscale micromorphic molecular dynamics is a con-current three-scale dynamics that couples a fine scale molecular dynamics, a mesoscale micromorphic dynamics, and a macroscale nonlocal particle dynamics together. By choosing proper statistical closure conditions, we have shown that the original Andersen-Parrinello-Rahman molecular dynamics is the homogeneous and equilibrium case of the proposed multiscale micromorphic molecular dynamics. In specific, we have shown that the Andersen-Parrinello-Rahman molecular dynamics can be rigorously formulated and justified from first principle, and its general inhomogeneous case, i.e., the three scale con-current multiscale micromorphic molecular dynamics can take into account of macroscale continuum mechanics boundary condition without the limitation of atomistic boundary condition or periodic boundary conditions. The discovered multiscale scale structure and the corresponding multiscale dynamics reveal a seamless transition from atomistic scale to continuum scale and the intrinsic coupling mechanism among them based on first principle formulation.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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