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Author(s): Beatriz Olmos, Igor Lesanovsky, and Juan P. GarrahanWe explore the relaxation dynamics of quantum many-body systems that undergo purely dissipative dynamics through non-classical jump opera … - Usage leading to an abrupt collapse of connectivity

Author(s): D. V. Stäger, N. A. M. Araújo, and H. J. HerrmannNetwork infrastructures are essential for the distribution of resources such as electricity and water. Typical strategies to assess their re … - Two-strain competition in quasineutral stochastic disease dynamics

Author(s): Oleg Kogan, Michael Khasin, Baruch Meerson, David Schneider, and Christopher R. MyersWe develop a perturbation method for studying quasineutral competition in a broad class of stochastic co … - Stochastic thermodynamics with information reservoirs

Author(s): Andre C. Barato and Udo SeifertWe generalize stochastic thermodynamics to include information reservoirs. Such information reservoirs, which can be modeled as a sequence of bits, modify the … - Cattaneo-type subdiffusion-reaction equation

Author(s): Tadeusz KosztołowiczSubdiffusion in a system in which mobile particles A can chemically react with static particles B according to the rule A+B→B is considered within a persistent random-wa … - Structure and interaction in the polymer-dependent reentrant phase behavior of a charged nanoparticle solution

Author(s): Sugam Kumar, D. Ray, V. K. Aswal, and J. KohlbrecherSmall-angle neutron scattering (SANS) studies have been carried out to examine the evolution of interaction and structure in a nanopartic … - Structure-sensitive bend elastic constants between piconewton and subnanonewton in diphenylacetylene-core-based liquid crystals

Author(s): Satoshi Aya, Shohei Ogino, Yoshihiro Hayashi, Kunihiko Okano, Damian Pociecha, Khoa V. Le, Fumito Araoka, Susumu Kawauchi, Ewa Gorecka, Nataša Vaupotič, Hideo Takezoe, and Ken IshikawaElast … - Swimming fluctuations of micro-organisms due to heterogeneous microstructure

Author(s): Mehdi Jabbarzadeh, YunKyong Hyon, and Henry C. FuSwimming microorganisms in biological complex fluids may be greatly influenced by heterogeneous media and microstructure with length scales … - Exhibiting cross-diffusion-induced patterns for reaction-diffusion systems on evolving domains and surfaces

Author(s): A. Madzvamuse and R. BarreiraThe aim of this manuscript is to present for the first time the application of the finite element method for solving reaction-diffusion systems with cross-diffu … - Spectral order statistics of Gaussian random matrices: Large deviations for trapped fermions and associated phase transitions

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Author(s): Gabriel T. Landi, E. Novais, Mário J. de Oliveira, and Dragi KarevskiThermal rectification is the phenomenon by which the flux of heat depends on the direction of the flow. It has attracted … - Phenomenological picture of fluctuations in branching random walks

Author(s): A. H. Mueller and S. MunierWe propose a picture of the fluctuations in branching random walks, which leads to predictions for the distribution of a random variable that characterizes the po … - Spectral density of the noncentral correlated Wishart ensembles

Author(s): VinayakWishart ensembles of random matrix theory have been useful in modeling positive definite matrices encountered in classical and quantum chaotic systems. We consider nonzero means for … - Geometric critical exponents in classical and quantum phase transitions

Author(s): Prashant Kumar and Tapobrata SarkarWe define geometric critical exponents for systems that undergo continuous second-order classical and quantum phase transitions. These relate scalar quant … - Single-particle stochastic heat engine

Author(s): Shubhashis Rana, P. S. Pal, Arnab Saha, and A. M. JayannavarWe have performed an extensive analysis of a single-particle stochastic heat engine constructed by manipulating a Brownian partic … - Elasticity and plasticity in stiff and flexible oligomeric glasses

Author(s): Oleg Gendelman, H. George E. Hentschel, Pankaj K. Mishra, Itamar Procaccia, and Jacques ZylbergIn this paper we focus on the mechanical properties of oligomeric glasses (waxes), employing a … - High-pressure dynamics of hydrated protein in bioprotective trehalose environment

Author(s): S. O. Diallo, Q. Zhang, H. O'Neill, and E. MamontovWe present a pressure-dependence study of the dynamics of lysozyme protein powder immersed in deuterated α,α-trehalose environment vi … - Nonequivalence of updating rules in evolutionary games under high mutation rates

Author(s): G. A. Kaiping, G. S. Jacobs, S. J. Cox, and T. J. SluckinMoran processes are often used to model selection in evolutionary simulations. The updating rule in Moran processes is a birth-death … - Multispeed entropic lattice Boltzmann model for thermal flows

Author(s): N. Frapolli, S. S. Chikatamarla, and I. V. KarlinAn energy-conserving lattice Boltzmann (LB) model based on the entropic theory of admissible higher-order lattice is presented in detail. Th … - Publisher's Note: Experimental signatures of a nonequilibrium phase transition governing the yielding of a soft glass [Phys. Rev. E 89, 062308 (2014)]

Author(s): K. Hima Nagamanasa, Shreyas Gokhale, A. K. Sood, and Rajesh Ganapathy[Phys. Rev. E 90, 049904] Published Thu Oct 30, 2014 - Publisher's Note: Stability of Boolean networks: The joint effects of topology and update rules [Phys. Rev. E 90, 022814 (2014)]

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Author(s): M. Atzmon and J. D. JuThe anelastic relaxation behavior of amorphous Al86.8Ni3.7Y9.5 was characterized in prolonged, quasistatic measurements, up to 1.1×108s. The size-density distribution … - Potential energy landscape and inherent dynamics of a hard-sphere fluid

Author(s): Qingqing Ma and Richard M. StrattHard-sphere models exhibit many of the same kinds of supercooled-liquid behavior as more realistic models of liquids, but the highly nonanalytic character o … - Energetics of active fluctuations in living cells

Author(s): É. Fodor, K. Kanazawa, H. Hayakawa, P. Visco, and F. van WijlandThe nonequilibrium activity taking place in a living cell can be monitored with a tracer embedded in the medium. While micror … - Mesoscopic analysis of online social networks: The role of negative ties

Author(s): Pouya Esmailian, Seyed Ebrahim Abtahi, and Mahdi JaliliA class of networks are those with both positive and negative links. In this manuscript, we studied the interplay between positive and … - Modeling spatial patterns in the visual cortex

Author(s): Yudy Carolina Daza C., Carolina B. Tauro, Francisco A. Tamarit, and Pablo M. GleiserWe propose a model for the formation of patterns in the visual cortex. The dynamical units of the model a … - Locking of periodic patterns in Cahn-Hilliard models for Langmuir-Blodgett transfer

Author(s): Markus Wilczek and Svetlana V. GurevichThe influence of a periodic spatial forcing on the pattern formation in a generalized Cahn-Hilliard model describing Langmuir-Blodgett transfer is stu … - Collision dynamics of traveling bands in systems of deformable self-propelled particles

Author(s): Sadato Yamanaka and Takao OhtaWe study the soliton-like character of traveling bands in systems of interacting deformable self-propelled particles in two dimensions. The collision dynamics … - Concentration polarization, surface currents, and bulk advection in a microchannel

Author(s): Christoffer P. Nielsen and Henrik BruusWe present a comprehensive analysis of salt transport and overlimiting currents in a microchannel during concentration polarization. We have carried o … - Quantum phase transitions in networks of Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick models

Author(s): A. V. Sorokin, V. M. Bastidas, and T. BrandesWe study the quantum critical behavior of networks consisting of Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick models with an anisotropic ferromagnetic coupling. We focu … - Ionic-content dependence of viscoelasticity of the lyotropic chromonic liquid crystal sunset yellow

Author(s): Shuang Zhou, Adam J. Cervenka, and Oleg D. LavrentovichA lyotropic chromonic liquid crystal (LCLC) is an orientationally ordered system made by self-assembled aggregates of charged organic … - Generalized cable formalism to calculate the magnetic field of single neurons and neuronal populations

Author(s): Claude Bedard and Alain DestexheNeurons generate magnetic fields which can be recorded with macroscopic techniques such as magnetoencephalography. The theory that accounts for the genesis o … - Continuum modeling of crowd turbulence

Author(s): Abhinav Golas, Rahul Narain, and Ming C. LinWith the growth in world population, the density of crowds in public places has been increasing steadily, leading to a higher incidence of crowd … - Collective coordinates theory for discrete soliton ratchets in the sine-Gordon model

Author(s): Bernardo Sánchez-Rey, Niurka R. Quintero, Jesús Cuevas-Maraver, and Miguel A. AlejoA collective coordinate theory is developed for soliton ratchets in the damped discrete sine-Gordon model … - Cross-frequency synchronization of oscillators with time-delayed coupling

Author(s): Vladimir V. Klinshov, Dmitry S. Shchapin, and Vladimir I. NekorkinWe carry out theoretical and experimental studies of cross-frequency synchronization of two pulse oscillators with time-del … - Vibrational higher-order resonances in an overdamped bistable system with biharmonic excitation

Author(s): V. N. ChizhevskyExperimental evidence of vibrational higher-order resonances in a bistable vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser driven by two harmonic signals with very different frequenc … - Interface and vortex motion in the two-component complex dissipative Ginzburg-Landau equation in two-dimensional space

Author(s): Shunsuke YabunakaWe study interface and vortex motion in the two-component dissipative Ginzburg-Landau equation in two-dimensional space. We consider cases where the whole system is divided … - Depolarization coefficients of light in multiply scattering media

Author(s): E. E. Gorodnichev, A. I. Kuzovlev, and D. B. RogozkinThe depolarization coefficients are calculated for multiply scattered linearly and circularly polarized light. For a number of media (aq … - Two-dimensional nonlinear map characterized by tunable Lévy flights

Author(s): J. A. Méndez-Bermúdez, Juliano A. de Oliveira, and Edson D. LeonelAfter recognizing that point particles moving inside the extended version of the rippled billiard perform Lévy flights char … - Quantum phase transitions of atom-molecule Bose mixtures in a double-well potential

Author(s): A. Relaño, J. Dukelsky, P. Pérez-Fernández, and J. M. AriasThe ground state and spectral properties of Bose gases in double-well potentials are studied in two different scenarios: (i) an in … - Dynamics and quantumness of excitation energy transfer through a complex quantum network

Author(s): M. Qin, H. Z. Shen, X. L. Zhao, and X. X. YiUnderstanding the mechanisms of efficient and robust energy transfer in organic systems provides us with insights for the optimal design of artif … - Viral capsids: Kinetics of assembly under transient conditions and kinetics of disassembly

Author(s): Vladimir P. ZhdanovThe available kinetic models of assembly of viral protein capsids are focused primarily on the situations in vitro where the amount of protein is fixed. In vivo, however, … - Junctional angle of a bihanded helix

Author(s): Jing Yang, Charles W. Wolgemuth, and Greg HuberHelical filaments having sections of reversed chirality are common phenomena in the biological realm. The apparent angle between the two secti … - Turing patterns in multiplex networks

Author(s): Malbor Asllani, Daniel M. Busiello, Timoteo Carletti, Duccio Fanelli, and Gwendoline PlanchonThe theory of patterns formation for a reaction-diffusion system defined on a multiplex is devel … - Zipf's law in city size from a resource utilization model

Author(s): Asim Ghosh, Arnab Chatterjee, Anindya S. Chakrabarti, and Bikas K. ChakrabartiWe study a resource utilization scenario characterized by intrinsic fitness. To describe the growth and organiz … - Reynolds number of transition and self-organized criticality of strong turbulence

Author(s): Victor YakhotA turbulent flow is characterized by velocity fluctuations excited in an extremely broad interval of wave numbers k>Λf, where Λf is a relatively small set of the wave vector … - Accuracy of lattice Monte Carlo simulation of biased diffusion models

Author(s): Gang Guo and Xiaogang QiuThe accuracy of lattice Monte Carlo (LMC) simulation of biased diffusion models is of great importance as far as the simulation credibility is concerned. It is know … - Dynamics of charge clouds ejected from laser-induced warm dense gold nanofilms

Author(s): Jun Zhou, Alfredo A. Correa, Junjie Li, Shao Tang, Yuan Ping, Tadashi Ogitsu, Dong Li, Qiong Zhou, and Jianming CaoWe report a systematic study of the ejected charge dynamics surrounding la … - Optics of short-pitch deformed-helix ferroelectric liquid crystals: Symmetries, exceptional points, and polarization-resolved angular patterns

Author(s): Alexei D. Kiselev and Vladimir G. ChigrinovIn order to explore electric-field-induced transformations of polarization singularities in the polarization-resolved angular (conoscopic) pattern … - Magnetic induction and diffusion mechanisms in a liquid sodium spherical Couette experiment

Author(s): Simon Cabanes, Nathanaël Schaeffer, and Henri-Claude NatafWe present a reconstruction of the mean axisymmetric azimuthal and meridional flows in the Derviche Tourneur Sodium installation in … - Markov-random-field modeling for linear seismic tomography

Author(s): Tatsu Kuwatani, Kenji Nagata, Masato Okada, and Mitsuhiro ToriumiWe apply the Markov-random-field model to linear seismic tomography and propose a method to estimate the hyperparameters for … - Morphological study of elastic-plastic-brittle transitions in disordered media

Author(s): Sohan Kale and Martin Ostoja-StarzewskiWe use a spring lattice model with springs following a bilinear elastoplastic-brittle constitutive behavior with spatial disorder in the yield and fai … - Pulling-force-induced elongation and alignment effects on entanglement and knotting characteristics of linear polymers in a melt

Author(s): E. Panagiotou and M. KrögerWe employ a primitive path (PP) algorithm and the Gauss linking integral to study the degree of entanglement and knotting characteristics of linear polymer model … - Radially polarized, half-cycle, attosecond pulses from laser wakefields through coherent synchrotronlike radiation

Author(s): F. Y. Li, Z. M. Sheng, M. Chen, L. L. Yu, J. Meyer-ter-Vehn, W. B. Mori, and J. ZhangAttosecond bursts of coherent synchrotronlike radiation are found when driving ultrathin relativistic el … - Phase separation of fluids in porous media: A molecular dynamics study

Author(s): Shaista Ahmad, Sanjay Puri, and Subir K. DasWe present comprehensive molecular dynamics results for phase-separation kinetics of fluids in a porous medium. This system is modeled by a symme … - Magnetic helicity and the evolution of decaying magnetohydrodynamic turbulence

Author(s): Arjun Berera and Moritz LinkmannEnsemble-averaged high resolution direct numerical simulations of reverse spectral transfer are presented, extending on the many single realization numerical … - Quantum distance and the Euler number index of the Bloch band in a one-dimensional spin model

Author(s): Yu-Quan MaWe study the Riemannian metric and the Euler characteristic number of the Bloch band in a one-dimensional spin model with multisite spins exchange interactions. The Euler number o … - Evolutionary dynamics of the traveler's dilemma and minimum-effort coordination games on complex networks

Author(s): Swami Iyer and Timothy KillingbackThe traveler's dilemma game and the minimum-effort coordination game are social dilemmas that have received significant attention resulting from the f … - Exact dynamics of stochastic linear delayed systems: Application to spatiotemporal coordination of comoving agents

Author(s): Thomas John McKetterick and Luca GiuggioliDelayed dynamics result from finite transmission speeds of a signal in the form of energy, mass, or information. In stochastic systems the resultin … - Solvable random-walk model with memory and its relations with Markovian models of anomalous diffusion

Author(s): D. Boyer and J. C. R. Romo-CruzMotivated by studies on the recurrent properties of animal and human mobility, we introduce a path-dependent random-walk model with long-range memory for whic … - Geometrical model for malaria parasite migration in structured environments

Author(s): Anna Battista, Friedrich Frischknecht, and Ulrich S. SchwarzThis work presents a stochastic model for the motion patterns of sporozoites (malaria parasites) moving in complex environments. … - Instability dynamics and breather formation in a horizontally shaken pendulum chain

Author(s): Y. Xu, T. J. Alexander, H. Sidhu, and P. G. KevrekidisInspired by the experimental results of Cuevas et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 224101 (2009)PRLTAO10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.224101], we con … - Gas cushion model and hydrodynamic boundary conditions for superhydrophobic textures

Author(s): Tatiana V. Nizkaya, Evgeny S. Asmolov, and Olga I. VinogradovaSuperhydrophobic Cassie textures with trapped gas bubbles reduce drag, by generating large effective slip, which is important f … - Theory of self-oscillation and mode locking in a longitudinal photoacoustic resonator

Author(s): Ziyao Tang, Han Jung Park, Roger M. Diebold, and Gerald J. DieboldThe wave equation for pressure that governs generation of the photoacoustic effect possesses a forcing term proportional to … - Aftershock production rate of driven viscoelastic interfaces

Author(s): E. A. JaglaWe study analytically and by numerical simulations the statistics of the aftershocks generated after large avalanches in models of interface depinning that include viscoelastic r … - Approach to approximating the pair distribution function of inhomogeneous hard-sphere fluids

Author(s): Paho Lurie-Gregg, Jeff B. Schulte, and David RoundyWe introduce an approximation for the pair distribution function of the inhomogeneous hard sphere fluid. Our approximation makes use of ou … - Deriving fundamental measure theory from the virial series: Consistency with the zero-dimensional limit

Author(s): Matthieu Marechal, Stephan Korden, and Klaus MeckeFundamental measure theory (FMT) for hard particles has great potential for predicting the phase behavior of colloidal and nanometric shape … - Enhanced rare-region effects in the contact process with long-range correlated disorder

Author(s): Ahmed K. Ibrahim, Hatem Barghathi, and Thomas VojtaWe investigate the nonequilibrium phase transition in the disordered contact process in the presence of long-range spatial disorder correl … - Kinetics of gravity-driven water channels under steady rainfall

Author(s): Cesare M. Cejas, Yuli Wei, Remi Barrois, Christian Frétigny, Douglas J. Durian, and Rémi DreyfusWe investigate the formation of fingered flow in dry granular media under simulated rainfall … - Tunable dynamic response of magnetic gels: Impact of structural properties and magnetic fields

Author(s): Mitsusuke Tarama, Peet Cremer, Dmitry Y. Borin, Stefan Odenbach, Hartmut Löwen, and Andreas M. MenzelFerrogels and magnetic elastomers feature mechanical properties that can be reversibly t … - Probing cooperative liquid dynamics with the mean square displacement

Author(s): U. Buchenau, R. Zorn, and M. A. RamosLiterature data for picosecond mean square displacements show that the anharmonicity explains only about half of the fragility (with different fractions … - Retrodictive derivation of the radical-ion-pair master equation and Monte Carlo simulation with single-molecule quantum trajectories

Author(s): M. Kritsotakis and I. K. KominisRadical-ion-pair reactions, central in photosynthesis and the avian magnetic compass mechanism, have been recently shown to be a paradigm system for applying … - Collision-free nonuniform dynamics within continuous optimal velocity models

Author(s): Antoine Tordeux and Armin SeyfriedOptimal velocity (OV) car-following models give with few parameters stable stop-and -go waves propagating like in empirical data. Unfortunately, classical … - Local and global epidemic outbreaks in populations moving in inhomogeneous environments

Author(s): Arturo Buscarino, Luigi Fortuna, Mattia Frasca, and Alessandro RizzoWe study disease spreading in a system of agents moving in a space where the force of infection is not homogeneous. Agent … - Entropy of weighted recurrence plots

Author(s): Deniz Eroglu, Thomas K. DM. Peron, Nobert Marwan, Francisco A. Rodrigues, Luciano da F. Costa, Michael Sebek, István Z. Kiss, and Jürgen KurthsThe Shannon entropy of a time series is a stan … - Self-organizing patterns in an evolutionary rock-paper-scissors game for stochastic synchronized strategy updates

Author(s): Levente Varga, Jeromos Vukov, and György SzabóWe study a spatial evolutionary rock-paper-scissors game with synchronized strategy updating. Players gain their payoff from games with their f … - Local dissipation scales in two-dimensional Rayleigh-Taylor turbulence

Author(s): Xiang Qiu (邱翔), Yu-Lu Liu (刘宇陆), and Quan Zhou (周全)We examine the distribution of the local dissipation scale η, Q(η), and its temporal evolution in two-dimensional (2D) Rayleigh-Taylor (RT … - External front instabilities induced by a shocked particle ring

Author(s): V. Rodriguez, R. Saurel, G. Jourdan, and L. HouasThe dispersion of a cylindrical particle ring by a blast or shock wave induces the formation of coherent structures which take the form of p … - Active control of vortex shedding: An explanation of the gain window

Author(s): Simon J. Illingworth, Hiroshi Naito, and Koji FukagataThis paper explains the gain window phenomenon seen in early experimental and computational studies on active, closed-loop control of v … - Deformation and breakup of a liquid droplet past a solid circular cylinder: A lattice Boltzmann study

Author(s): Qiuxiang Li, Zhenhua Chai, Baochang Shi, and Hong LiangIn this paper, we present a numerical study on the deformation and breakup behavior of liquid droplet past a solid circular cylinder b … - Numerical study of thermoviscous effects in ultrasound-induced acoustic streaming in microchannels

Author(s): Peter Barkholt Muller and Henrik BruusWe present a numerical study of thermoviscous effects on the acoustic streaming flow generated by an ultrasound standing-wave resonance in a long strai … - Mobility of discrete multibreathers in the exciton dynamics of the Davydov model with saturable nonlinearities

Author(s): J. D. Tchinang Tchameu, A. B. Togueu Motcheyo, and C. TchawouaWe show that the state of amide-I excitations in proteins is modeled by the discrete nonlinear Schrödinger equation with satura … - Poiseuille flow of soft glasses in narrow channels: From quiescence to steady state

Author(s): Pinaki Chaudhuri and Jürgen HorbachUsing numerical simulations, the onset of Poiseuille flow in a confined soft glass is investigated. Starting from the quiescent state, steady flow sets in … - Cage effect for the velocity correlation functions of a Brownian particle in viscoelastic shear flows

Author(s): Romi Mankin, Katrin Laas, Neeme Lumi, and Astrid RekkerThe long-time limit behavior of velocity correlation functions (VCFs) for an underdamped Brownian particle in an oscillatory viscoelas … - Analytic solution for heat flow through a general harmonic network

Author(s): Nahuel Freitas and Juan Pablo PazWe present an analytic expression for the heat current through a general harmonic network coupled with Ohmic reservoirs. We use a method that enables us to … - Long-term influence of fluid inertia on the diffusion of a Brownian particle

Author(s): Giuseppe Pesce, Giorgio Volpe, Giovanni Volpe, and Antonio SassoWe experimentally measure the effects of fluid inertia on the diffusion of a Brownian particle at very long time scales. In p … - Variation of the dynamic susceptibility along an isochrone

Author(s): Nicholas P. Bailey, Thomas B. Schrøder, and Jeppe C. DyreKoperwas et al. showed in a recent paper [Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 125701 (2013)PRLTAO10.1103/PhysRevLett.111.125701] that the dynamic … - Noise, transient dynamics, and the generation of realistic interspike interval variation in square-wave burster neurons

Author(s): Bóris Marin, Reynaldo Daniel Pinto, Robert C. Elson, and Eduardo ColliFirst return maps of interspike intervals for biological neurons that generate repetitive bursts of impulses can displa … - Fourier decomposition of payoff matrix for symmetric three-strategy games

Author(s): György Szabó, Kinga S. Bodó, Benjamin Allen, and Martin A. NowakIn spatial evolutionary games the payoff matrices are used to describe pair interactions among neighboring players located on … - Kink topology control by high-frequency external forces in nonlinear Klein-Gordon models

Author(s): R. Alvarez-Nodarse, N. R. Quintero, and F. G. MertensA method of averaging is applied to study the dynamics of a kink in the damped double sine-Gordon equation driven by both external (nonp … - Number of first-passage times as a measurement of information for weakly chaotic systems

Author(s): Pierre Nazé and Roberto VenegerolesWe consider a general class of maps of the interval having Lyapunov subexponential instability |δxt|∼|δx0|exp[Λt(x0)ζ(t)], where ζ(t) grows sublinearly as … - Microscopic mechanism for self-organized quasiperiodicity in random networks of nonlinear oscillators

Author(s): Raffaella Burioni, Serena di Santo, Matteo di Volo, and Alessandro VezzaniSelf-organized quasiperiodicity is one of the most puzzling dynamical phases observed in systems of nonlinear coupl … - Nonergodicity of the Nose-Hoover chain thermostat in computationally achievable time

Author(s): Puneet Kumar Patra and Baidurya BhattacharyaThe widely used Nose-Hoover chain (NHC) thermostat in molecular dynamics simulations is generally believed to impart the canonical distribution a … - Bathtub vortex induced by instability

Author(s): Jiro Mizushima, Kazuki Abe, and Naoto YokoyamaThe driving mechanism and the swirl direction of the bathtub vortex are investigated by the linear stability analysis of the no-vortex flow as … - Enhanced collisionless shock formation in a magnetized plasma containing a density gradient

Author(s): S. E. Clark, E. T. Everson, D. B. Schaeffer, A. S. Bondarenko, C. G. Constantin, C. Niemann, and D. WinskeTwo-dimensional hybrid simulations of super-Alfvénic expanding debris plasma intera … - Derivation of the Lifshitz-Matsubara sum formula for the Casimir pressure between metallic plane mirrors

Author(s): R. Guérout, A. Lambrecht, K. A. Milton, and S. ReynaudWe carefully reexamine the conditions of validity for the consistent derivation of the Lifshitz-Matsubara sum formula for the Casimir p … - Thermodynamic bounds and general properties of optimal efficiency and power in linear responses

Author(s): Jian-Hua JiangWe study the optimal exergy efficiency and power for thermodynamic systems with an Onsager-type “current-force” relationship describing the linear response to external influen … - Domain and droplet sizes in emulsions stabilized by colloidal particles

Author(s): Stefan Frijters, Florian Günther, and Jens HartingParticle-stabilized emulsions are commonly used in various industrial applications. These emulsions can present in different forms, such as … - Segregation and phase inversion of strongly and weakly fluctuating Brownian particle mixtures and a chain of such particle mixtures in spherical containers

Author(s): Akinori AwazuWe investigate the segregation pattern formation of strongly and weakly fluctuating Brownian particle mixtures confined in a three-dimensional spherical container. We consider …