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VEDA: Virtual Environment for Dynamic AFM

A suite of dynamic AFM simulators for air/liquid/vacuum on soft or hard samples.

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Version 2.1.12 - published on 31 Oct 2014

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1439 Results missing in simulation of amplitude modulated approach curves
Asked by Yan Li Open 0
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1568 Problem while installing VEDA in my Macbook Pro, Mountain Lion
Asked by Jorge RodrÃguez Ramos Open 0
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1564 Phase contrast in Tapping mode AFM
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1510 For an overlay of results, where is the button “All” located ? Also: how to select one specific simulation performed ?
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1471 My simulations are not matching with examples of Lecture 5 despite using all required values
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1434 combining electrostatic and DMT in simulation
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1363 Why and how does the choice of preferred modulus input change my results?
Asked by Manuel Uhlig Open 1
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1346 Offline installation is missing az_ddaskr
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1215 How is the force due to Z piezo motion determined?
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995 Problem with the viscous prefactor in the Kelvin-Voigt model
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968 how to draw amplitude vs normalized frequency
Asked by yan hai yang Open 2
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826 How do we find Abase?
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999 What causes the simulation to freeze?
Asked by Matt Young Closed 2
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