Heat capacity of the restricted primitive model near criticality
- Dynamical critical exponent of the 3D Ising model. Wansleben, S.; Landau, D. P. // Journal of Applied Physics;4/15/1987, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p3968
Discusses a study which examined the linear dynamic critical behavior of three dimensional cubic Ising models using Monte Carlo methods. Theoretical background and simulation method; Computational formula for relaxation time; Summary and conclusions.
- Numerical Investigation of Logarithmic Corrections in Two-Dimensional Spin Models. Berche, B.; Shchur, L. N. // JETP Letters;3/10/2004, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p213
The analysis of correlation function data obtained by Monte Carlo simulations of the two-dimensional four-state Potts model, XY model, and self-dual disordered Ising model at criticality are presented. We study the logarithmic corrections to the algebraic decay exhibited in these models. A...
- Confirmation of classical nucleation theory by Monte Carlo simulations in the 3-dimensional Ising model at low temperature. Wonczak, S.; Strey, R.; Stauffer, D. // Journal of Chemical Physics;8/1/2000, Vol. 113 Issue 5
We examine and visualize cluster formation, nucleation, and growth by Monte Carlo simulations in the three-dimensional Ising model at T/T[sub c]=1/4, i.e., far from the critical temperature. Homogeneous nucleation rates as a function of supersaturation are obtained. From the slope of nucleation...
- The origin of glassy dynamics in the 2D facilitated kinetic Ising model. Butler, Scott; Harrowell, Peter // Journal of Chemical Physics;9/15/1991, Vol. 95 Issue 6, p4454
Monte Carlo simulation data from the two-dimensional facilitated kinetic Ising model proposed by Fredrickson and Andersen is examined with the goal of understanding the processes responsible for the characteristic features of glassy dynamics. The spatial distribution of spin flip rates is found...
- Monte Carlo simulation of wetting transitions in the ferromagnetic Ising model. Binder, K.; Landau, D. P. // Journal of Applied Physics;4/15/1985, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p3306
Presents a Monte Carlo study of both critical wetting and first-order wetting transitions in an Ising model with a surface field opposite to the magnetization direction in the bulk. Definition of wetting transitions; Methodology; Results.
- Calculated field cooled and zero field cooled magnetizations of the three-dimensional Ising spin glass using Monte Carlo hard-spin mean-field theory (abstract). Ames, Edwin A.; McKay, Susan R. // Journal of Applied Physics;11/15/1994, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p6197
Examines the �J Ising spin glass in a uniform magnetic field, using Monte Carlo hard-spin mean-field theory. Description of the spin direction; Approach used in measuring stability and metastability; Other applications of the method.
- Chain length dependence of the polymer�solvent critical point parameters. Wilding, N. B.; M�ller, M.; Binder, K. // Journal of Chemical Physics;7/8/1996, Vol. 105 Issue 2, p802
We report grand canonical Monte Carlo simulations of the critical point properties of homopolymers within the bond fluctuation model. By employing configurational bias Monte Carlo methods, chain lengths of up to N=60 monomers could be studied. For each chain length investigated, the critical...
- Effect of magnetoelastic interactions on the phase transition of two-dimensional Ising spin system. Massimino, P.; Diep, H. T. // Journal of Applied Physics;5/1/2000, Vol. 87 Issue 9, p7043
Using Monte Carlo simulations, we study a two-dimensional (2D) system of particles interacting with each other through short-range cohesive and magnetic interactions, using the Lennard-Jones potential. The spin on each particle is of Ising type. Results obtained depend on the ratio Q between the...
- The four dimensional Ising spin glass: A Monte Carlo study (invited). Bhatt, R. N.; Reger, J. D.; Young, A. P. // Journal of Applied Physics;4/15/1991, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p5219
Describes the results of Monte Carlo simulation studies on the Ising spin glass in four dimensions on a hypercubic lattice with nearest neighbor bonds. Equilibrium static properties; Critical dynamic behavior; Results on the spin glass phase.