A. J. Dammers

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<italic>We extend the partial inductance concept by replacing the magnetic interaction between open filaments i and j by that between filament j and a (finite) closed loop, formed by connecting the endpoints of a filament pair (i-i&#8242;). The secondary filament i' is constructed by radial projection of filament i onto a cylindrical shell around filament(More)
1. Introduction Gas diffusion in mesoporous media is often in the Knudsen regime, cross sections of the pores being considerably smaller than the intrinsic molecular mean free path. Coppens [1] predicted the effect of fractal wall roughness on Knudsen self-diffusivity K D in a channel. A " trapping " process was identified as the cause of reduction of
Water diffusion through OmpF, a porin in the outer membrane of Escherichia coli, is studied by molecular dynamics simulation. A first passage time approach allows characterizing the diffusive properties of a well-defined region of this channel. A carbon nanotube, which is considerably more homogeneous, serves as a model to validate the methodology. Here we(More)
We studied the influence of a liquid-vapor interface on dynamic properties like reorientation and diffusion as well as the surface tension of the ionic liquid 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate ([bmim][PF(6)]) by molecular dynamics simulations. In the interfacial region, reorientation of a short molecular axis is slightly faster than that in(More)
In order to improve the efficiency of the PEEC method for large scale interconnect inductance extraction, enhancing robustness under matrix truncation is of vital importance. We establish the relationship between the virtual screening approach of Dammers and van der Meijs (ICCAD’99) and the damped potential method of Beattie and Pileggi (DAC’01). Each of(More)
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