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Polymer Modeler

Build thermoplastic polymer chains and run LAMMPS to relax the chains and study mechanical properties

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Version 3.9 - published on 08 May 2014

doi:10.4231/D3FX73Z1D cite this

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Usage

World usage

Location of all "Polymer Modeler" Users Since Its Posting

Simulation Users

472

5 7 22 36 39 39 42 45 50 57 69 74 82 96 103 114 120 128 141 148 154 164 172 184 193 201 217 224 234 244 253 266 290 296 308 315 320 335 350 361 372 380 397 408 416 422 426 437 447 457 472

Users By Organization Type
Type Users
Educational - University 271 (57.29%)
Unidentified 157 (33.19%)
Industry 26 (5.5%)
Government Agency 7 (1.48%)
National Lab 7 (1.48%)
Educational - Pre-College 3 (0.63%)
Unemployed 1 (0.21%)
Military 1 (0.21%)
Users by Country of Residence
Country Users
us UNITED STATES 147 (62.03%)
in INDIA 38 (16.03%)
cn CHINA 9 (3.8%)
gb UNITED KINGDOM 7 (2.95%)
ru RUSSIAN FEDERATION 7 (2.95%)
de GERMANY 7 (2.95%)
fr FRANCE 6 (2.53%)
pl POLAND 6 (2.53%)
ca CANADA 5 (2.11%)
kr KOREA, REPUBLIC OF 5 (2.11%)

Simulation Runs

12,031

25 59 110 197 214 529 638 667 856 1314 1880 2116 2371 2551 3498 3886 4494 4573 4647 4690 4801 5279 5774 6127 6233 6315 6549 6722 6804 6870 7031 7073 7253 7493 7975 8642 8732 8953 9409 9599 9810 9968 10301 10508 10727 10876 10985 11101 11422 11702 12031
Overview
Average Total
Wall Clock Time 2.4 hours 919.99 days
CPU time 39.39 minutes 251.22 days
Interaction Time 43.82 minutes 279.53 days

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