Temperature Dependent Effective Embedded Atom Method Potential for Steady State High Temperature Applications
AK Subramaniyan and CT Sun, JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL AND THEORETICAL NANOSCIENCE, 7, 176-181 (2010).
Temperature-dependent effective Embedded Atom Method (EAM) potential has been developed to model steady state high temperature applications in metals. The Morse potential has been enhanced to include temperature effects using the Engineering Molecular Mechanics (EMM) methodology The validity and effectiveness of the temperature dependent potentials are illustrated by applying them to simulate high temperature steady state properties in bulk copper and thin film nickel.
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