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Simulation of Pressure Effects on Glasses

  • Y. Kogure (a1) and M. Doyama (a1)

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Glass transition and effects of pressure and shear stress on atomic configuration are investigated by means of molecular dynamics simulation. An embedded atom method potential is used for the atomic interaction. A model crystal for Cu is melted and quenched to realize the glass state. Atomic configuration in the glass is examined through the radial distribution function. External stress is applied and displacement of atoms is monitored to investigate the mechanism of mechanical relaxation. Larger displacement of atoms is observed under a shear stress.

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Simulation of Pressure Effects on Glasses

  • Y. Kogure (a1) and M. Doyama (a1)

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