Far-from-equilibrium transport with constrained resources

@inproceedings{Adams2008FarfromequilibriumTW,
  title={Far-from-equilibrium transport with constrained resources},
  author={Daniel A. Adams and Beate Schmittmann and R. K. P. Zia},
  year={2008}
}
The totally asymmetric simple exclusion process (TASEP) is a well studied example of far-from-equilibrium dynamics. Here, we consider a TASEP with open boundaries but impose a global constraint on the total number of particles. In other words, the boundary reservoirs and the system must share a finite supply of particles. Using simulations and analytic arguments, we obtain the average particle density and current of the system, as a function of the boundary rates and the total number of… CONTINUE READING

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