DISSIPATIVE PARTICLE DYNAMICS: INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY AND COMPLEX FLUID APPLICATIONS - A REVIEW

@article{Moeendarbary2009DISSIPATIVEPD,
  title={DISSIPATIVE PARTICLE DYNAMICS: INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY AND COMPLEX FLUID APPLICATIONS - A REVIEW},
  author={Emad Moeendarbary and Teng Yong Ng and Mehrdad Zangeneh},
  journal={International Journal of Applied Mechanics},
  year={2009},
  volume={01},
  pages={737-763}
}
The dissipative particle dynamics (DPD) technique is a relatively new mesoscale technique which was initially developed to simulate hydrodynamic behavior in mesoscopic complex fluids. It is essentially a particle technique in which molecules are clustered into the said particles, and this coarse graining is a very important aspect of the DPD as it allows significant computational speed-up. This increased computational efficiency, coupled with the recent advent of high performance computing, has… 

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