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Results Summary. Julay 2008 I applied constant force of 0.02 eV/A on every atom in Z direction. And I expect to see the
 

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Results Summary. Julay 2008
I applied constant force of 0.02 eV/A on every atom in Z direction. And I expect to see the
nanotube like is shown in the following picture, as I continue to apply the same force. However
the nanotube behaves starnge as in the movie you made.
Figure 1. Nanotube
The force of 0.02 eV/A applied on every atom
The following plot is calculated Forces in X direction of one of the centered atoms of the
nanotube as function of time (of the step) .
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Figure 2: Calculated total force on one of the centered atoms in X direction.
+/- 200 points around the critical point:
Figure 3: Calculated total force on one of the centered atoms in X direction. +/- 200 points
around the critical point.
The following plot is calculated Forces in Y direction of one of the centered atoms of the
nanotube as function of time (of the step)
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Figure 4: Calculated total force on one of the centered atoms in Y direction.
+/- 200 points around the critical point:
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Source: Adler, Joan - Physics Department, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Physics