TITLE

THEORETICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF THE COMPLEX SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE

AUTHOR(S)
MINCIUNĂ, Mirabela Georgiana; AXINTE, Giprian Iulian; AGOP, Andrei; RUSU, Cristina Marcela; GEORGESCU, luliana Silvia; BACIU, Constantin
PUB. DATE
July 2013
SOURCE
Metalurgia International;2013, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p343
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Assuming that the main property of a complex system is the non-differentiability of movement trajectories of entities that compose it, some of its features are presented. In such a framework, it is obtained a system of equations for the fractal hydrodynamics, and a correspondence with the classical hydrodynamics is established. For a particular fractal potential type (a physical quantity that controls the chaotic behavior of the complex system), a numerical simulation is performed with appropriate initial and boundary conditions. The theoretical results are compared with the experimental ones which were obtained in the case of the ablation plasmas.
ACCESSION #
87858549

 

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