particle dynamics

particle dynamics

[′pärd·ə·kəl dī‚nam·iks]
(mechanics)
The study of the dependence of the motion of a single material particle on the external forces acting upon it, particularly electromagnetic and gravitational forces.
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IBMs results show they could separate and detect particles as small as 20 nm from smaller particles, that exosomes of size 100 nm and larger could be separated from smaller exosomes, and that separation can take place in spite of diffusion, a hallmark of particle dynamics at these small scales.
The authors cover computer modeling in general, molecular dynamics, the methodology and applications of dissipative particle dynamics, the methodology and applications of smoothed particle hydrodynamics, and many other related subjects over the bookAEs seven chapters.
This indicates once more that the FBRM technique can monitor the evolution of the particle dynamics during suspension polymerization reactions at different conditions.
Yang, Morphology and structure transition of surfactant/scCO2 system: A dissipative particle dynamics simulation, Fluid Phase Equilibr.
Gama Goicochea, A, Alarcon, F, "Solvation Force Induced by Short Range, Exact Dissipative Particle Dynamics Effective Surfaces on a Simple Fluid and on Polymer Brushes.
The 16-year-old boy from Dresden, Germany, has been called "genius" after solving two fundamental particle dynamics theories.
It really did seem like this was a natural consequence of particle dynamics in the initial stage of planet formation," Ciesla added.
Among the methods are a high-resolution fast boundary-integral method for multiple interacting blood cells, dissipative particle dynamics modeling of red blood cells, and the multi-scale modeling of transport and receptor-mediated adhesion of platelets in the bloodstream.
Special attention was dedicated to the particle dynamics in the vicinity of the surfaces, as follows.
A particle-fluid system such as a DPI requires a coupled DEM-CFD to model the fluid as well as the particle dynamics.
Precise notation and consistent methodology are used where possible, so that the student will recognize principles common to particle dynamics, system dynamics, and rigid body dynamics.

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