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Stretching Simulation of FCC Crystal

By Markus Buehler1, Justin Riley1, Joo-Hyoung Lee2, Jeffrey C Grossman3

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 2. Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea 3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

This tool simulates a continuous expansion of an FCC crystal while measuring the energy, stresses, etc

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Version 1.1 - published on 07 Feb 2011

doi:10.4231/D3BV79V5V cite this

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Location of all "Stretching Simulation of FCC Crystal" Users Since Its Posting

Simulation Users

182

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Users By Organization Type
Type Users
Educational - University 143 (78.57%)
Unidentified 35 (19.23%)
Industry 3 (1.65%)
Educational - Unspec. Level 1 (0.55%)
Users by Country of Residence
Country Users
us UNITED STATES 128 (91.43%)
kr KOREA, REPUBLIC OF 2 (1.43%)
in INDIA 2 (1.43%)
cn CHINA 2 (1.43%)
hr CROATIA 1 (0.71%)
tr TURKEY 1 (0.71%)
by BELARUS 1 (0.71%)
mx MEXICO 1 (0.71%)
de GERMANY 1 (0.71%)
no NORWAY 1 (0.71%)

Simulation Runs

1,982

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Overview
Average Total
Wall Clock Time 2.17 hours 124.28 days
CPU time 48.63 seconds 18.59 hours
Interaction Time 50.97 minutes 48.71 days

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