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Development of multiscale simulation system for nano-processes

Journal Article


Abstract


  • In contrast to microscale method (molecular dynamics) or macroscale method (FEM), multiscale modeling is a new, fast developing and challenging scientific field with contributions from many scientific disciplines in an effort to assure materials simulation across length/time scale. In this paper we propose MPM/MD handshaking method to establish multiscale modeling of thin film formation/nanocutting. First, the detailed handshaking method is presented for large scale simulation along with basic principles of the multiscale approach. Then, quantitative items: flatness, cutting force, adhesion between cluster and substrate, etc. are provided to avoid drawbacks of current qualitative manner. Finally, simulations are carried out to clarify the efficiency of system. © (2009) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

Publication Date


  • 2009

Citation


  • Chen, H., Tieu, A. K., & Hagiwara, I. (2009). Development of multiscale simulation system for nano-processes. Key Engineering Materials, 407-408, 452-455. doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.407-408.452

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-68049118736

Start Page


  • 452

End Page


  • 455

Volume


  • 407-408

Abstract


  • In contrast to microscale method (molecular dynamics) or macroscale method (FEM), multiscale modeling is a new, fast developing and challenging scientific field with contributions from many scientific disciplines in an effort to assure materials simulation across length/time scale. In this paper we propose MPM/MD handshaking method to establish multiscale modeling of thin film formation/nanocutting. First, the detailed handshaking method is presented for large scale simulation along with basic principles of the multiscale approach. Then, quantitative items: flatness, cutting force, adhesion between cluster and substrate, etc. are provided to avoid drawbacks of current qualitative manner. Finally, simulations are carried out to clarify the efficiency of system. © (2009) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

Publication Date


  • 2009

Citation


  • Chen, H., Tieu, A. K., & Hagiwara, I. (2009). Development of multiscale simulation system for nano-processes. Key Engineering Materials, 407-408, 452-455. doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.407-408.452

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-68049118736

Start Page


  • 452

End Page


  • 455

Volume


  • 407-408