Stephan Kabelac

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In an extensive computer simulation study, the transport coefficients of the Lennard-Jones model fluid were determined with high accuracy from equilibrium molecular-dynamics simulations. In the frame of time-correlation function theory, the generalized Einstein relations were employed to evaluate the transport coefficients. This first of a series of four(More)
The entropy calculation for radiation fluxes is reviewed and applied to simple radiation-surface interactions. A plate interacting with radiation from a hot object in the zenith of the hemisphere surrounded by a colder atmosphere is analyzed in detail. The entropy generation rate upon absorption and reflection of the incoming radiation is calculated and(More)
In the present paper, the characteristic atmospheric saturated pool boiling curve is qualitatively reproduced for water on a temperature-controlled long and thin copper strip using the coupled map lattice (CML) method known in non-linear spatio-temporal chaos dynamics. The pool height is 0.7mm, indicating that the boiling is of the thin-Ž lm type. The work(More)
In an extensive computer simulation study, the transport coefficients of the Lennard-Jones model fluid were determined with high accuracy from equilibrium molecular-dynamics simulations. In the frame of time-correlation function theory, the generalized Einstein relations were employed to evaluate the transport coefficients. This second of a series of four(More)
In an extensive computer simulation study, the transport coefficients of the Lennard-Jones model fluid were determined with high accuracy from equilibrium molecular-dynamics simulations. In the frame of time-correlation function theory, the generalized Einstein relations were employed to evaluate the transport coefficients. This third of a series of four(More)
The calculation of thermodynamic state variables, particularly derivatives of the pressure with respect to density and temperature, in conventional molecular-dynamics simulations is considered in the frame of the comprehensive treatment of the molecular-dynamics ensemble by Lustig [J. Chem. Phys. 100, 3048 (1994)]. This paper improves the work of Lustig in(More)
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