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By using large-scale molecular dynamics simulations, the dynamics of two-dimensional (2D) supercooled liquids turns out to be dependent on the system size, while the size dependence is not pronounced… (More)
We use computer simulations to analyze the yielding transition during large-amplitude oscillatory shear of a simple model for soft jammed solids. Simultaneous analysis of global mechanical response… (More)
We use large scale computer simulations and finite-size scaling analysis to study the shear rheology of dense three-dimensional suspensions of frictionless non-Brownian particles in the vicinity of… (More)
Crystallization is one of the most fundamental nonequilibrium phenomena universal to a variety of materials. It has so far been assumed that a supercooled liquid is in a "homogeneous disordered… (More)
Using molecular dynamics simulation, we investigate the slow dynamics of a supercooled binary mixture of soft particles interacting with a generalized Hertzian potential. At low density, it displays… (More)
Discontinuous shear thickening in dense suspensions naturally emerges from the activation of frictional forces by shear flow in non-Brownian systems close to jamming. Yet, this physical picture is… (More)
Here, we investigate the validity of the Stokes–Einstein–Debye (SED) relation in TIP4P/2005 supercooled water using molecular dynamics simulations. To this end, we consider calculations of the… (More)
The shear rheology of dense colloidal and granular suspensions is strongly nonlinear, as these materials exhibit shear-thinning and shear-thickening, depending on multiple physical parameters. We… (More)
This corrects the article DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.117.165701.
Correction for 'Excitation of vibrational soft modes in disordered systems using active oscillation' by Elsen Tjhung et al., Soft Matter, 2016, DOI: .