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Using ANSYS FEM and Ring Theory to Model a Hydrogen Atom

Originální název

Using ANSYS FEM and Ring Theory to Model a Hydrogen Atom

Anglický název

Using ANSYS FEM and Ring Theory to Model a Hydrogen Atom

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper discusses a numerical model to facilitate more accurate analysis of electro-hydro-dynamic processes at the level of atoms and NANO-EMS structures. In the relevant procedures, an atom is used to test the properties of the given model based on a toroidal element. Exploiting previous examinations of graphene structures and utilizing traditional modeling techniques, the authors employ diverse analyses of applicable limiting parameters to propose a structural analysis that could enable the evaluation of the numerical models of the hydrogen atom examined. A simple example is used to demonstrate the properties of the given approach to the current multiscale modeling of structures of matter.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper discusses a numerical model to facilitate more accurate analysis of electro-hydro-dynamic processes at the level of atoms and NANO-EMS structures. In the relevant procedures, an atom is used to test the properties of the given model based on a toroidal element. Exploiting previous examinations of graphene structures and utilizing traditional modeling techniques, the authors employ diverse analyses of applicable limiting parameters to propose a structural analysis that could enable the evaluation of the numerical models of the hydrogen atom examined. A simple example is used to demonstrate the properties of the given approach to the current multiscale modeling of structures of matter.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT147529,
  author="Pavel {Fiala} and Pavel {Ošmera} and Přemysl {Dohnal} and Pavel {Werner}",
  title="Using ANSYS FEM and Ring Theory to Model a Hydrogen Atom",
  annote="The paper discusses a numerical model to facilitate more accurate analysis of electro-hydro-dynamic processes at the level of atoms and NANO-EMS structures. In the relevant procedures, an atom is used to test the properties of the given model based on a toroidal element. Exploiting previous examinations of graphene structures and utilizing traditional modeling techniques, the authors employ diverse analyses of applicable limiting parameters to propose a structural analysis that could enable the evaluation of the numerical models of the hydrogen atom examined. A simple example is used to demonstrate the properties of the given approach to the current multiscale modeling of structures of matter.",
  address="SVS FEM spol. s r.o.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 25th SVSFEM ANSYS Users' Group Meeting and Conference 2017",
  chapter="147529",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="SVS FEM spol. s r.o.",
  year="2017",
  month="june",
  pages="97--101",
  publisher="SVS FEM spol. s r.o.",
  type="conference paper"
}