Equilibrium measurement method of slip length based on fluctuating hydrodynamics.

@article{Nakano2020EquilibriumMM,
  title={Equilibrium measurement method of slip length based on fluctuating hydrodynamics.},
  author={Hiroyoshi Nakano and Shin-ichi Sasa},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2020},
  volume={101 3-1},
  pages={
          033109
        }
}
We perform equilibrium molecular dynamics simulations for nanoscale fluids confined between two parallel walls and investigate how the autocorrelation function of force acting on one wall is related to the slip length. We demonstrate that for atomically smooth surfaces, the autocorrelation function is accurately described by linearized fluctuating hydrodynamics (LFH). Excellent agreement between the simulation and the LFH solution is found over a wide range of scales, specifically, from the… 
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