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How do multiple simulations works on local machine?
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Hello to everybody,
I've read the VEDA manual and tried to perform multiple simulations on my local machine by batch but without success... somebody could tell me in details how...
Problem while installing VEDA in my Macbook Pro, Mountain Lion
I've tried to install VEDA in my Mac but it doesn't work....
Phase contrast in Tapping mode AFM
I tried simulation for Part II,Week-3(lecture-5 module), I used parameters as per they gave in Appendix, I am not getting the exact result as per the discussed in Lecture module.
For an overlay of results, where is the button “All” located ? Also: how to select one specific simulation performed ?
My simulations are not matching with examples of Lecture 5 despite using all required values
Results missing in simulation of amplitude modulated approach curves
In the tool of...
combining electrostatic and DMT in simulation
I am trying to simulate the tip-sample interaction using VEDA tool. I tried it using the DMT model and electrostatic (noncontact) separately. However, I...
Why and how does the choice of preferred modulus input change my results?
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I’m using the VEDA tool for some F-z-curve plots. If one adds Kelvin-Voigt visco-elastic force, one has to choose the preferred modulus input. I don’t...
Offline installation is missing az_ddaskr
I am trying the offline version of VEDA, and I am getting an error because the solver az_ddaskr is not found. I downloaded an older version (2.0.26) which does include the solver inside /bin,...
How is the force due to Z piezo motion determined?
Can you please tell me how the force due the Z piezo motion can be found when the Z piezo motion is arbitrary. In the VEDA manual (https://nanohub.org/answers/question/1215
What causes the simulation to freeze?
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I am using VEDA in contact mode. I load example 1, and use virtually all default parameters, except cantilever stiffness, which is .2 and fi, which is 23 kHz. P and I gains are both changed to...
Problem with the viscous prefactor in the Kelvin-Voigt model
I have some questions about the viscoelastic Kelvin-Voigt model implemented in VEDA :
1) In the VEDA comprehensive manual, Version 2.0, 2012, p88, I do not...
how to draw amplitude vs normalized frequency
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How do we find Abase?
I wish to know how the base excitation amplitude Abase can be calculated.
Secondly, in the VEDA comprehensive manual (Febuary 2, 2009), there is multiplication of
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