Introduction to Computer Modeling in Polymer Physics

; Marcus Muller

This book explains the main principles and requirements for modeling of polymers and covers a wide range of key approaches and problems in computer simulation of polymers. After a brief summary of the pertinent background, the book focuses on what methods are typically implemented in the special case of polymers, comparing and contrasting different approaches and techniques. Les mer
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This book explains the main principles and requirements for modeling of polymers and covers a wide range of key approaches and problems in computer simulation of polymers. After a brief summary of the pertinent background, the book focuses on what methods are typically implemented in the special case of polymers, comparing and contrasting different approaches and techniques. Examples and exercises are included, and the book is accompanied by software and datasets.

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Introduction. Model building and physical phenomena. Simulation techniques for single-chain properties. Simulation techniques for solutions and melts. Simulation techniques for phase-separating and multi-component systems, free energy techniques. Special simulation techniques for flow properties. Special simulation techniques for long-range interactions and charged systems. Outlook and future directions.