Моделирование границ зерен: роль потенциала межатомного взаимодействия

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Векман, А.В.; Демьянов, Б.Ф.; Драгунов, А.С.;
(2018)

The review compares simulation results of differentlevels of atomic structure complexity with the useof the Morse pair potential and the Cleri-Rosato manybodypotential. The parameters of the potential functionscorrespond to those of aluminum. We have calculatedthe perfe... View more
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