• Materials Science
  • Published 1999

A Study on Thermal Resistance over a Solid-Liquid Interface by the Molecular Dynamics Method

@inproceedings{Maruyama1999ASO,
  title={A Study on Thermal Resistance over a Solid-Liquid Interface by the Molecular Dynamics Method},
  author={Shigeo Maruyama and Tatsuto Kimura},
  year={1999}
}
Through molecular dynamics simulations, it was demonstrated that a thermal resistance cannot be neglected over a solid-liquid interface when a system size is very small, i.e. the relative importance of thermal resistance of heat conduction is small. A quasi-steady non-equilibrium heat-transfer simulation was performed with the molecular dynamics method. A vapor region was sandwiched between liquid layers, which were in contact with two solid walls. While independently controlling temperatures… CONTINUE READING

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