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[lammps-users] 回复: The difference between compute pressure andcompute stress/atom

From: "709832702" <709832702@...1204...>
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2017 12:49:46 +0800

Hi Axel,
Both of the two curves represent the normal stress along tensile direction. The black line is that I used the "compute pressure" command to calculate the normal stress(pzz), while the red line I used the command "compute stress/atom" and use the "compute reduce" to calculate the normal stress(sigmazz), I think they are should be the same, but the result does not. I use these two method in the other materials, they are the same. So which method is better to calculate the normal stress during the tensile test.
Best wishes!

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发件人: "Axel Kohlmeyer";<akohlmey@...24...>;
发送时间: 2017年8月28日(星期一) 凌晨4:18
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主题: Re: [lammps-users] The difference between compute pressure andcompute stress/atom

On Sat, Aug 26, 2017 at 11:41 PM, 709832702 <709832702@...1204...> wrote:


Recently, I adopted the compute pressure and compute stress/atom to calculate normal stress under uniaxial tensile as shown in the attached Figure, here the tensile direction is with the periodic boundary, and the other two direction are the free surface, I found that the stresses are not equal at the beginning, although they are in agreement at the end of progress, so what is the reason, they are all based on the virial theory. I also test under all three directions are the periodic boundaries, this time they are nearly coincident.

first rule about ?figures in science: *always* include units!
since you don't explain with sufficient detail what you are computing for the figure, there is little to comment. if you did it correctly, both graphs should be identical, since they should show the identical information. the fact, that they don't coincide hints at you don't computing one of them correctly.



Best wishes!

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Dr. Axel Kohlmeyer  akohlmey@...24...
College of Science & Technology, Temple University, Philadelphia PA, USA
International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste. Italy.