Hard discs under steady shear: comparison of Brownian dynamics simulations and mode coupling theory.

@article{Henrich2009HardDU,
  title={Hard discs under steady shear: comparison of Brownian dynamics simulations and mode coupling theory.},
  author={Oliver Henrich and Fabian Weysser and Michael E Cates and M Fuchs},
  journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={367 1909},
  pages={5033-50}
}
Brownian dynamics simulations of bidisperse hard discs moving in two dimensions in a given steady and homogeneous shear flow are presented close to and above the glass transition density. The stationary structure functions and stresses of shear-melted glass are compared quantitatively to parameter-free numerical calculations of monodisperse hard discs using mode coupling theory within the integration through transients framework. Theory qualitatively explains the properties of the yielding… CONTINUE READING

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