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Modeling of magnetic particle suspensions for simulations by Akira Satoh

By Akira Satoh

The major goal of the e-book is to spotlight the modeling of magnetic debris with assorted shapes and magnetic homes, to supply graduate scholars and younger researchers details at the theoretical features and real ideas for the remedy of magnetic debris in particle-based simulations. In simulation, we specialise in the Monte Carlo, molecular dynamics, Brownian dynamics, lattice Boltzmann and stochastic rotation dynamics (multi-particle collision dynamics) equipment. The latter simulation equipment can simulate either the particle movement and the ambient stream box at the same time. ordinarily, really good wisdom can simply be received in an efficient demeanour less than the supervision of knowledgeable.

The current booklet is written to play this type of function for readers who desire to strengthen the ability of modeling magnetic debris and increase a working laptop or computer simulation software utilizing their very own skill. This ebook is as a result a self-learning publication for graduate scholars and younger researchers. Armed with this information, readers are anticipated on the way to sufficiently improve their ability for tackling any tough difficulties they might come upon in destiny.

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10 fvan der Waals attraction 1- . -15 - - '- . . 1 ~ i . . 1 . 9. Van der Waals attractive interaction potential for the two same-sized spherical particles. regarded as a continuum medium with a magnetic property as a whole so that it is unnecessary to treat each individual magnetic particle in order to obtain the flow characteristics. Therefore a macroscopic magnetic particle suspension is regarded as an apparent pure liquid with its own magnetic properties. As shown in Eq.

52) We have now completed the preparation for calculating the number of possible microscopic states for the two spherical particles as a function of the center-to-center distance of the particles. For straightforward understanding, we first treat the microscopic states in a discrete manner. If Ni (i = 1,2,…) number of rods have Wi number of microscopic states, the entropy S is expressed from Eq. 53) The total number of surfactant molecules per magnetic particle is the sum of Ni (i = 1, 2, …) as N = N1 + N2 + N3 + ...

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