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Modelling of the Nanosystems Formation by the Molecular Dynamics, Mesodynamics and Continuum Mechanics Methods

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The problems of simulation of the formation and development of nanosystems with time were considered at different structural levels. Main theoretical concepts were systematized, which allowed successive modelling of a nanosystem with the use of the molecular dynamics, mesodynamics and continuum mechanics methods. Practical problems such as the calculation of dependence of the elasticity modulus of a nanoparticle on its size, the investigation of the formation and movement of nanoparticles in gas phase were discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Applied Mechanics of Ural Branch the Russian Academy of Sciences, Izhevsk State Technical University, 34 T. Baramzinoy, 426067, Izhevsk, Russia Pushkinska 272-51, 426001, Izhevsk, Russia


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