Hi
I wrote a code in a specific topic, for example, Molecular dynamics
How can I state it in my resume?
"Code development of water transport through a carbon nanotube with the molecular dynamics method."
"Molecular dynamics simulation of water transport through a carbon nanotube."
OR???
If...
I think for example if we have 3 particles:
first we look at bin 1 for all three particles:
bin 1 for particle 1: 1 atom
bin 1 for particle 2: 1 atom
bin 1 for particle 3: 0 atom
And so on...
we have ##\frac{2} {3} = 0.67## for bin 1 in histogram?
Yes i forgot dr in denominator
But the formula that i write is not math with #8
My formula has one N but that formula have two N one in denominator and one in ##\rho_0=N/V##
Is my explanation about RDF correct in #7 (https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/how-to-calculate-rdf-radial-distribution-function.909692/#post-5731752)
I write the RDF formula:
$$g(r)=\frac{\frac{particle at each bin} {4 \pi r^2}} {\frac{total number of atoms} {V total}}$$
But i don't understand why the following link two times divided it by N. I think we should divide by N one time according to the formula that i have wrote...
I attache my RDF plot
is it true?
Why it is not smooth?
27 particles in 3.8nm*3.8nm*3.8nm
my formula:
g=(h(n)*l_x^3)/(n_p*4*pi*((n-0.5)*delta_r)^2*delta_r);
h(n):number of particles in bin
n_p:total number of particles
But this RDF figure form Wikipedia is very smooth:
and my first peak is very...
I want to convert this linear second order general form PDE to two equations:
##ϕ_{xx}+bϕ_{xy}+cϕ_{yy}+dϕ_x+eϕ_y+fϕ=g(x,y)##
Converted equations:
##a_1 u_x+b_1 u_y+c_1 v_x+d_1 v_y=f_1##
##a_2 u_x+b_2 u_y+c_2 v_x+d_2 v_y=f_2##
I want to find parametric values of ##a_1 ....f_2##
How can I do...