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Martín Bautista
Juan A.

Meneghini
Julio

Theofilis
Vassilios
Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Couette flow
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The first steps towards developing a continuummolecular coupled simulations techniques are presented, for the purpose of computing macroscopic systems of confined fluids. The idea is to compute the interface wallfluid by Molecular Dynamics simulations, where LennardJones potential (and others) have been employed for the molecular interactions, so the usual non slip boundary condition is not specified. Instead, a shear rate can be imposed at the wall, which allows to obtain the properties of the wall material by means of an iterative method. The remaining fluid region will be computed by a spectral hp method. We present MD simulations of a Couette flow, and the results of the developed boundary conditions from the wall fluid interaction.
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International Conference on “Instability and Control of Massively Separated Flows”
Prato, Italy
04/09/2013  06/09/2013
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