The yielding transition in periodically sheared binary glasses at fi nite temperature

@inproceedings{Priezjev2018TheYT,
  title={The yielding transition in periodically sheared binary glasses at fi nite temperature},
  author={Nikolai V Priezjev},
  year={2018}
}
Non-equilibrium molecular dynamics simulations are performed to investigate the dynamic behavior of threedimensional binary glasses prepared via an instantaneous quench across the glass transition. We found that with increasing strain amplitude up to a critical value, the potential energy approaches lower minima in steady state, whereas the amplitude of shear stress oscillations becomes larger. Below the yielding transition, the storage modulus dominates the mechanical response, and the gradual… CONTINUE READING

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