- Scaling behavior of self-diffusion coefficients: Dependence on the mass ratio of a binary mixture

Author(s): Neeta Bidhoodi and Shankar P. DasIn the present work we demonstrate how the diffusion constants ${D}_{S}$ for a tagged particle of species $s\phantom{\rule{0.28em}{0ex}}(=1,2)$ of a binary … - Single-file diffusion in a multilayered channel

Author(s): Ullrich Siems and Peter NielabaWe demonstrate that strongly repelling Brownian particles confined in two-dimensional microchannels with multiple layers show single-file diffusion. At long t … - Numerical extraction of sound velocities of energy transfer based on solitons in Fermi-Pasta-Ulam chains

Author(s): Yi Ming, Liu Ye, Dong-Bo Ling, Han-Shuang Chen, Hui-Min Li, and Ze-Jun DingAccording to the Boltzmann distribution assumption of solitons, in thermal equilibrium, there is the most probable … - Phenomenological cluster-based model of ${\text{Ca}}^{2+}$ waves and oscillations for inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor (${\mathrm{IP}}_{3}\mathrm{R}$) channels

Author(s): Svitlana Braichenko, Atul Bhaskar, and Srinandan DasmahapatraClusters of ${\mathrm{IP}}_{\text{3}}$ receptor channels in the membranes of the endoplasmic reticulum of many nonexcitable cell … - Relation between the angular dependence of interaction and the stability of homogeneous states in models of self-propelled particles

Author(s): Akihiro Nakayama and Toshiyuki OkuboWe investigate the stability of a homogeneous state of self-propelled particles based on a microscopic dynamical model in which particles obey Newton … - Shear deformation of low-density polymer brushes in a good solvent

Author(s): Airidas Korolkovas, Philipp Gutfreund, Alexis Chennevière, John F. Ankner, Franz A. Adlmann, Max Wolff, and Jean-Louis BarratSelf-consistent field approach is used to model a single end-tet … - Rolling and slipping of droplets on superhydrophobic surfaces

Author(s): A. F. W. Smith, K. Mahelona, and S. C. HendyThe leaves of many plants are superhydrophobic, a property that may have evolved to clean the leaves by encouraging water droplets to bead up and … - Finite-size scaling at first-order quantum transitions when boundary conditions favor one of the two phases

Author(s): Andrea Pelissetto, Davide Rossini, and Ettore VicariWe investigate scaling phenomena at first-order quantum transitions, when the boundary conditions favor one of the two phases. We show th … - Photoacoustic effect in a stratified atmosphere

Author(s): Wenyu Bai and Gerald J. DieboldThe photoacoustic effect is usually studied in an isotropic medium on a laboratory scale. However, it is possible to use optical sources to launch pressure pe … - Non-normal amplification of stochastic quasicycles

Author(s): Sara Nicoletti, Niccolò Zagli, Duccio Fanelli, Roberto Livi, Timoteo Carletti, and Giacomo InnocentiStochastic quasicycles for a two-species model of the excitatory-inhibitory type, arrange … - Phase transitions in social networks inspired by the Schelling model

Author(s): V. Avetisov, A. Gorsky, S. Maslov, S. Nechaev, and O. ValbaWe propose two models of social segregation inspired by the Schelling model. Agents in our models are nodes of evolving social net … - Nonequilibrium Kosterlitz-Thouless transition in a three-dimensional driven disordered system

Author(s): Taiki HagaWe demonstrate a three-dimensional Kosterlitz-Thouless (KT) transition in the random field $XY$ model driven out of thermal equilibrium. By employing the spin-wave approximation a … - Non-Markovian nonequilibrium information dynamics

Author(s): Qian Zeng and Jin WangWe probe into the dynamics of interacting non-Markovian information systems. The stochastic dynamics of information has two aspects: the self-evolution and interaction … - Emergence of a single cluster in Vicsek's model at very low noise

Author(s): Lucas BarberisThe classic Vicsek model [Phys. Rev. Lett. 75, 1226 (1995)] is studied in the regime of very low noise intensities, which is shown to be characterized by a cluster [macroclust ... - Role of impurities in the Lehmann effect of cholesteric liquid crystals: Towards an alternative model

Author(s): Patrick Oswald and Guilhem PoyThe Lehmann effect is the rotation of cholesteric droplets when they are submitted to a temperature gradient. So far, this effect was only observed in the coex ... - Energy dissipation in sheared wet granular assemblies

Author(s): L. Kovalcinova, S. Karmakar, M. Schaber, A.-L. Schuhmacher, M. Scheel, M. DiMichiel, M. Brinkmann, R. Seemann, and L. KondicEnergy dissipation in sheared dry and wet granulates is considere ... - Critical behavior of active Brownian particles

Author(s): Jonathan Tammo Siebert, Florian Dittrich, Friederike Schmid, Kurt Binder, Thomas Speck, and Peter VirnauWe study active Brownian particles as a paradigm for a genuine nonequilibrium phase t ... - Nuclear yield reduction in inertial confinement fusion exploding-pusher targets explained by fuel-pusher mixing through hybrid kinetic-fluid modeling

Author(s): O. Larroche, H. G. Rinderknecht, and M. J. RosenbergIn inertial confinement fusion implosion experiments involving fast laser heating of glass capsules containing gaseous nuclear fuel, some ... - Scaling of submicrometric Turing patterns in concentrated growing systems

Author(s): Gabriel Morgado, Bogdan Nowakowski, and Annie LemarchandThe wavelength of a periodic spatial structure of Turing type is an intrinsic property of the considered reaction-diffusion dynamics ... - Targeted damage to interdependent networks

Author(s): G. J. Baxter, G. Timár, and J. F. F. MendesComplex systems consisting of interdependent subsystems may be represented by multilayer networks with interdependency links between layers. The g ... - Shearing small glass-forming systems: A potential energy landscape perspective

Author(s): Markus Blank-Burian and Andreas HeuerUnderstanding the yielding of glass-forming systems upon shearing is notoriously difficult since it is a strong nonequilibrium effect. Here we show that ... - Large-eddy simulation of turbulent flow over spanwise-offset barchan dunes: Interdune vortex stretching drives asymmetric erosion

Author(s): Chao Wang and William AndersonThe coupling between turbulent flow physics and barchan dune geometry is important to dune migration, morphology of individual dunes, and the morphodynamics of ... - Lattice kinetic scheme for the Navier-Stokes equations coupled with convection-diffusion equations

Author(s): Liang Wang, Weifeng Zhao, and Xiao-Dong WangIn this paper, we target two basic issues residing in some modified lattice kinetic schemes for the Navier-Stokes (NS) equations coupled with con ... - Dynamic critical behavior of the one-dimensional $XY$ model with a long-range interaction

Author(s): Seong-Gyu Yang, Hye Jin Park, and Beom Jun KimWe numerically study dynamic critical behavior of the one-dimensional $XY$ model with a long-range interaction by using the Monte Carlo method ... - Performance of shortcut-to-adiabaticity quantum engines

Author(s): Obinna Abah and Eric LutzWe consider a paradigmatic quantum harmonic Otto engine operating in finite time. We investigate its performance when shortcut-to-adiabaticity techniques are used t ... - Steering multiattractors to overcome parameter inaccuracy and noise effects

Author(s): Rafael M. da Silva, Nathan S. Nicolau, Cesar Manchein, and Marcus W. BeimsSteering of attractors in multistable systems is used to increase the available parameter domains which lead to sta ... - Empirical generating partitions of driven oscillators using optimized symbolic shadowing

Author(s): Navendu S. Patil and Joseph P. CusumanoWe present an optimized version of the symbolic shadowing algorithm for coarse graining a continuous state dynamical system, originally due to Hirata ... - Surface gap solitons in exciton polariton condensates

Author(s): Ting-Wei Chen and Szu-Cheng ChengA gap soliton is a solitonic state existing inside the band gap of an infinite-periodic exciton-polariton condensate (EPC). The combination of surface state ... - Decentralized navigation of multiple packages on transportation networks

Author(s): Samuel M. da Silva, Saulo D. S. Reis, Ascânio D. Araújo, and José S. Andrade, Jr.We investigate by numerical simulation and finite-size analysis the impact of long-range shortcuts on a spat ... - Role of fluid-structure interaction in generating the characteristic tip path of a flapping flexible wing

Author(s): D. IshiharaThis study shows that characteristic modes, such as the figure-eight mode, can be created in the path of the wing tip, which is caused by the fluid-structure interaction, using a ... - Periodic polymers with increasing repetition unit: Energy structure and carrier transfer

Author(s): K. Lambropoulos, C. Vantaraki, P. Bilia, M. Mantela, and C. SimseridesWe study the energy structure and the transfer of an extra electron or hole along periodic polymers made of $N$ monomer ... - Polymorph selection during crystallization of a model colloidal fluid with a free energy landscape containing a metastable solid

Author(s): Mantu Santra, Rakesh S. Singh, and Biman BagchiThe free energy landscape responsible for crystallization can be complex even for relatively simple systems like hard sphere and charged stabi ... - Intruder friction effects on granular impact dynamics

Author(s): Hu Zheng, Dong Wang, David Z. Chen, Meimei Wang, and Robert P. BehringerThere is considerable recent interest in intruders impacting into granular materials. Many studies focus on a collisi ... - Enstrophy spectrum in freely decaying two-dimensional self-similar turbulent flow

Author(s): Igor VigdorovichWe consider freely decaying two-dimensional homogeneous and isotropic turbulent motion in a self-similar limit that is achieved at large Reynolds numbers based on time and t ... - Large-eddy simulation and Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes modeling of a reacting Rayleigh-Taylor mixing layer in a spherical geometry

Author(s): Brandon E. Morgan, Britton J. Olson, Wolfgang J. Black, and Jacob A. McFarlandTenth-order compact difference code Miranda is used to perform large-eddy simulation (LES) of a hydrogen gas–pl ... - Reduced fast electron transport in shock-heated plasma in multilayer targets due to self-generated magnetic fields

Author(s): C. McGuffey, J. May, T. Yabuuchi, H. Sawada, M. S. Wei, R. B. Stephens, C. Stoeckl, W. B. Mori, H. S. McLean, P. K. Patel, and F. N. BegFast electron transport has been studied in cold soli ... - Uncertainty quantification on the macroscopic properties of heterogeneous porous media

Author(s): Peng Wang, Huali Chen, Xuhui Meng, Xin Jiang, Dongbin Xiu, and Xiaofan YangPore-scale simulation is an essential tool to understand complex physical process in many environmental problems. ... - Classical molecular dynamics simulations of hydrogen plasmas and development of an analytical statistical model for computational validity assessment

Author(s): M. A. Gigosos, D. González-Herrero, N. Lara, R. Florido, A. Calisti, S. Ferri, and B. TalinClassical molecular dynamics simulations of hydrogen plasmas have been performed with an emphasis ... - Interface dynamics, pole trajectories, and cell size statistics

Author(s): C. Almarcha, B. Radisson, E. Al Sarraf, E. Villermaux, B. Denet, and J. QuinardWe demonstrate the possibility to reproduce the experimental evolution of an interface, here a flame front, th ... - Thermodynamic uncertainty relation of interacting oscillators in synchrony

Author(s): Sangwon Lee, Changbong Hyeon, and Junghyo JoThe thermodynamic uncertainty relation sets the minimal bound of the cost-precision tradeoff relation for dissipative processes. Examining the dy ... - Eigenstate entanglement between quantum chaotic subsystems: Universal transitions and power laws in the entanglement spectrum

Author(s): Steven Tomsovic, Arul Lakshminarayan, Shashi C. L. Srivastava, and Arnd BäckerWe derive universal entanglement entropy and Schmidt eigenvalue behaviors for the eigenstates of two quantum ch ... - Changes of graph structure of transition probability matrices indicate the slowest kinetic relaxations

Author(s): Teruaki Okushima, Tomoaki Niiyama, Kensuke S. Ikeda, and Yasushi ShimizuGraphs of the most probable transitions for a transition probability matrix, ${e}^{τK}$, i.e., the time evolution mat ... - Synchronization in a temporal multiplex neuronal hypernetwork

Author(s): Sarbendu Rakshit, Bidesh K. Bera, and Dibakar GhoshSynchronization in time-varying complex dynamical systems has been explored in a variety of different coupling topologies during the last ... - Injection dynamics of direct-laser-accelerated electrons in a relativistically transparent plasma

Author(s): K. Jiang, C. T. Zhou, T. W. Huang, C. N. Wu, L. B. Ju, H. Zhang, S. Z. Wu, T. X. Cai, B. Qiao, M. Y. Yu, and S. C. RuanThe dynamics of electron injection in the direct laser acceleration (D ... - Dissipative high-frequency envelope soliton modes in nonthermal plasmas

Author(s): S. Sultana, R. Schlickeiser, I. S. Elkamash, and I. KourakisThe linear and nonlinear properties of modulated high-frequency (electron-acoustic) electrostatic wave packets are investigated v ... - Machine-learning quantum mechanics: Solving quantum mechanics problems using radial basis function networks

Author(s): Peiyuan TengIn this article, machine-learning methods are used to solve quantum mechanics problems. The radial basis function network in a discrete basis is used as the variational wave fun ... - Asymptotic properties of radial $A+B→C$ reaction fronts

Author(s): P. M. J. Trevelyan and A. J. WalkerIf two initially separated solutions of reactants are put in contact and a simple $A+B→C$ reaction takes place, reaction-diffusion profiles develop due to … - Variable-order modeling of nonlocal emergence in many-body systems: Application to radiative dispersion

Author(s): J. Orosco and C. F. M. CoimbraWe describe a physical framework for analyzing the spectral dynamics of a broad range of media. The framework is built on a variable-order calculus formalism t … - Coevolution of the mitotic and meiotic modes of eukaryotic cellular division

Author(s): Valmir C. Barbosa, Raul Donangelo, and Sergio R. SouzaThe genetic material of a eukaryotic cell (one whose nucleus and other organelles, including mitochondria, are enclosed within membrane … - Kinetic mechanism for water in vibrating carbon nanotubes

Author(s): Xiaoyan Zhou and Fangqiang ZhuRecent simulations revealed that, when an atom in a single-wall carbon nanotube was artificially driven to oscillate radially with the two ends of the nanotube … - Linear response functions of an electrolyte solution in a uniform flow

Author(s): Ram M. Adar, Yuki Uematsu, Shigeyuki Komura, and David AndelmanWe study the steady-state response of a dilute monovalent electrolyte solution to an external source with a constant relative … - Microscopic field-theoretical approach for mixtures of active and passive particles

Author(s): Francesco Alaimo and Axel VoigtWe consider a phase field crystal modeling approach for mixtures of interacting active and passive particles in two dimensions. The approach allows us to desc … - Phononic rogue waves

Author(s): E. G. Charalampidis, J. Lee, P. G. Kevrekidis, and C. ChongWe present a theoretical study of extreme events occurring in phononic lattices. In particular, we focus on the formation of rogue … - Hydrodynamic instability seeding by oxygen nonuniformities in glow discharge polymer inertial fusion ablators

Author(s): S. J. Ali, P. M. Celliers, S. W. Haan, T. R. Boehly, N. Whiting, S. H. Baxamusa, H. Reynolds, M. A. Johnson, J. D. Hughes, B. Watson, K. Engelhorn, V. A. Smalyuk, and O. L. LandenThe U.S. i … - D'yakov-Kontorovitch instability of shock waves in hot plasmas

Author(s): Nadine Wetta, Jean-Christophe Pain, and Olivier HeuzéThe D'yakov-Kontorovich stability criterion for spontaneous emission of acoustic waves behind shock fronts is investigated for high … - Mesoscopic description of the equal-load-sharing fiber bundle model

Author(s): Martin Hendrick, Srutarshi Pradhan, and Alex HansenOne aim of the equal-load-sharing fiber bundle model is to describe the critical behavior of failure events. One way of accomplishing this … - Saturable impurity in an optical array: Green function approach

Author(s): Mario I. MolinaWe examine a one-dimensional linear waveguide array containing a single saturable waveguide. By using the formalism of lattice Green functions, we compute in closed form the … - Effect of gravity on nonlinear dynamics of the flow velocity field in turbulent fire

Author(s): Kazushi Takagi and Hiroshi GotodaWe numerically study the effect of gravity on the dynamic behavior of flow velocity field in a turbulent fire from the viewpoints of symbolic dynamics, stat … - Zipf's and Taylor's laws

Author(s): Charlotte James, Sandro Azaele, Amos Maritan, and Filippo SiminiZipf's law states that the frequency of an observation with a given value is inversely proportional to the square of tha … - Visualization and analysis of magnetothermal convection of paramagnetic liquid in the Rayleigh-Benard model

Author(s): Syou Maki, Noriyuki Hirota, and Masayuki HagiwaraWe examined the heat transfer of magnetothermal convection in a Rayleigh-Benard model (height 9.2 mm, vessel diameter 20 mm, aspect ratio 2. … - Two universality classes of the Ziff-Gulari-Barshad model with CO desorption via time-dependent Monte Carlo simulations

Author(s): Henrique A. Fernandes, Roberto da Silva, and Alinne B. BernardiWe study the behavior of the phase transitions of the Ziff-Gullari-Barshad (ZGB) model when CO molecules are adsorbed on a cat … - Dimensionality-dependent crossover in motility of polyvalent burnt-bridges ratchets

Author(s): Chapin S. Korosec, Martin J. Zuckermann, and Nancy R. FordeThe burnt-bridges ratchet (BBR) mechanism is a model for biased molecular motion whereby the construct destroys track binding site … - Seeded Ising model and the statistical nature of human iris templates

Author(s): Chang Yong Han, Song-Hwa Kwon, Hyeong In Choi, Sung Jin Lee, and Nam-Sook WeeWe propose a variant of the Ising model, called the seeded Ising model, to model the probabilistic nature of hum … - Hierarchy of anomalies in the two-dimensional Mercedes-Benz model of water

Author(s): Tomaz Urbic and Ken A. DillWe investigate by Monte Carlo simulations density, diffusion, and structural anomalies of the simple two-dimensional Mercedes-Benz (MB) model of water, which is a … - Standing-wave-decomposition Gaussian process

Author(s): Chi-Ken Lu, Scott Cheng-Hsin Yang, and Patrick ShaftoWe propose a standing-wave-decomposition (SWD) approximation to Gaussian process (GP) regression. GP involves a costly matrix inversion … - Correlation-compressed direct-coupling analysis

Author(s): Chen-Yi Gao, Hai-Jun Zhou, and Erik AurellLearning Ising or Potts models from data has become an important topic in statistical physics and computational biology, with applications to predi … - Structure and fragility in a macroscopic model of a glass-forming liquid based on a nonvibrating granular system

Author(s): C. Tapia-Ignacio, R. E. Moctezuma, and F. DonadoWe studied glass transition in a nonvibrating granular system composed of magnetic steel beads under an unsteady magnetic field. In this mode … - Lattices with internal resonator defects

Author(s): S. Hauver, X. He, D. Mei, E. G. Charalampidis, P. G. Kevrekidis, E. Kim, J. Yang, and A. VainchteinWe consider a variety of settings involving chains with one or more defects stemming from … - Adaptive mesh simulations of polycrystalline materials using a Cartesian representation of an amplitude expansion of the phase-field-crystal model

Author(s): Matjaž Berčič and Goran KuglerThis paper introduces improvements to an amplitude expansion of the phase-field-crystal model. An auxiliary field describing local grain rotation is introduced … - Mesoscopic modeling of random walk and reactions in crowded media

Author(s): Stefan Engblom, Per Lötstedt, and Lina MeineckeWe develop a mesoscopic modeling framework for diffusion in a crowded environment, particularly targeting applications in the modeling of livi … - Scaling behavior of cohesive self-gravitating aggregates

Author(s): Emilien Azéma, Paul Sánchez, and Daniel J. ScheeresBy means of extensive three-dimensional contact dynamics simulations, we analyze the strength properties and microstructure of a granular … - Small world of Ulam networks for chaotic Hamiltonian dynamics

Author(s): Klaus M. Frahm and Dima L. ShepelyanskyWe show that the Ulam method applied to dynamical symplectic maps generates Ulam networks which belong to the class of small-world networks appearing … - Probing the network structure of health deficits in human aging

Author(s): Spencer G. Farrell, Arnold B. Mitnitski, Olga Theou, Kenneth Rockwood, and Andrew D. RutenbergWe confront a network model of human aging and mortality in which nodes represent health attrib … - Steric interactions between mobile ligands facilitate complete wrapping in passive endocytosis

Author(s): Lorenzo Di Michele, Pritam Kumar Jana, and Bortolo Matteo MognettiReceptor-mediated endocytosis is an ubiquitous process through which cells internalize biological or synthetic nanoscale ob … - Flexible paramagnetic membranes in fast precessing fields

Author(s): Pablo Vázquez-Montejo and Mónica Olvera de la CruzElastic membranes composed of paramagnetic beads offer the possibility of assembling versatile actuators operated autonomously by external … - Edwards field theory for glasses and granular matter

Author(s): E. DeGiuliUsing field theory, this work describes the existence of long-range stress correlations in amorphous solids with finite-range interactions. Whereas this had already been found in … - Nonequilibrium quantum-heat statistics under stochastic projective measurements

Author(s): Stefano Gherardini, Lorenzo Buffoni, Matthias M. Müller, Filippo Caruso, Michele Campisi, Andrea Trombettoni, and Stefano RuffoIn this paper we aim at characterizing the effect of stochasti … - Ordering kinetics in the $q$-state clock model: Scaling properties and growth laws

Author(s): S. Chatterjee, S. Puri, and R. PaulWe present a comprehensive Monte Carlo study of the ordering kinetics in the $d=2$ ferromagnetic $q$-state clock model with nonconserved Glauber dynamics. … - Sudden quenches in a quasiperiodic Ising model

Author(s): Uma DivakaranWe present here the nonequilibrium dynamics of the recently studied quasiperiodic Ising model. The zero temperature phase diagram of this model mainly consists of three phases, … - Meandering particle bunches and a link between averages of time series of particle counts and higher-order moments

Author(s): M. Baquero-Ruiz, F. Manke, I. Furno, A. Fasoli, and P. RicciTime-averaged spatially resolved measurements are used in many fields of physics to determine spatial distributions of a physical … - Exactly solvable flat-foldable quadrilateral origami tilings

Author(s): Michael AssisBy analyzing origami crease patterns from the perspective of statistical mechanics, the author finds exact solutions for several flat-foldable models. Results for phase transit … - Electroneutral models for a multidimensional dynamic Poisson-Nernst-Planck system

Author(s): Zilong Song, Xiulei Cao, and Huaxiong HuangThe Poisson-Nernst-Planck (PNP) system is a standard model for describing ion transport. In many applications, e.g., ions in biological tissues, t … - Thermodynamics of collective enhancement of precision

Author(s): Yoshihiko HasegawaThe circadian oscillator exhibits remarkably high temporal precision, despite its exposure to several fluctuations. The central mechanism that protects the oscillator from … - Pressure-driven filling of liquid metal in closed-end microchannels

Author(s): Alfonso M. Gañán-Calvo, Wei Guo, Heng-Dong Xi, Adrian J. T. Teo, Nam-Trung Nguyen, and Say Hwa TanWe observe unsteady flow behavior of liquid metal during a pressure-driven injection proces … - Biaxial layering transition of hard rodlike particles in narrow slitlike pores

Author(s): Hamdollah Salehi, Sakine Mizani, Roohollah Aliabadi, and Szabolcs VargaThe phase behavior of hard rectangular rods with edge lengths $L$, $D$, and $D$ is studied in a narrow slitlike pore u … - Linear stability of a contaminated fluid flow down a slippery inclined plane

Author(s): Farooq Ahmad Bhat and Arghya SamantaThe linear stability analysis of a fluid flow down a slippery inclined plane is carried out when the free surface of the fluid is contaminated by a monol … - Density response from kinetic theory and time-dependent density-functional theory for matter under extreme conditions

Author(s): James Dufty, Kai Luo, and S. B. TrickeyThe density linear response function for an inhomogeneous system of electrons in equilibrium with an array of fixed ions is considered. Two routes to … - Axially symmetric and latitudinally propagating nonlinear patterns in rotating spherical convection

Author(s): Dali Kong, Keke Zhang, Kameng Lam, and Ashley P. WillisWe report a nonlinear phenomenon discovered in the classical problem of thermal convection in rapidly rotating, self-gravitating, inte … - Communicating through a sea of frustration: Zero-temperature triangular Ising antiferromagnet on a cylinder

Author(s): Amir Nourhani, Vincent H. Crespi, and Paul E. Lammert‘‘Communication” through the frustrated ground state of a classical triangular Ising antiferromagnet wrapped on a cylinder is studied vi … - Stable amplitude chimera in a network of coupled Stuart-Landau oscillators

Author(s): K. Sathiyadevi, V. K. Chandrasekar, and D. V. SenthilkumarIn many natural systems, attractive coupling together with repulsive coupling plays a vital role in determining their evolutionary … - Interface geometry of binary mixtures on curved substrates

Author(s): Piermarco Fonda, Melissa Rinaldin, Daniela J. Kraft, and Luca GiomiMotivated by recent experimental work on multicomponent lipid membranes supported by colloidal scaffolds, we report an exh … - Turbulence-driven reverse lift on two-dimensional and three-dimensional structures

Author(s): Yaqing Jin, Lin Yan, Haotian Qiu, and Leonardo P. ChamorroUsing laboratory experiments and simplified theoretical arguments, we show that the level of turbulence may reverse the direction o … - Long-time behavior of three-dimensional gravity-capillary solitary waves on deep water generated by a moving air-blowing forcing: Numerical study

Author(s): Yeunwoo ChoLong-time simulations are conducted on a forced three-dimensional (3D) nonlinear viscous gravity-capillary wave equation that describes the surface wave pattern when the forcing … - Magnetorotational instability in spin quantum plasmas

Author(s): S. Usman, A. Mushtaq, and Qasim JanThe magnetorotational instability (MRI) is analyzed using a two fluid model with the effect of spin magnetization in a differentially rotating degenerate … - Nonequilibrium uncertainty principle from information geometry

Author(s): Schuyler B. Nicholson, Adolfo del Campo, and Jason R. GreenWith a statistical measure of distance, we derive a classical uncertainty relation for processes traversing nonequilibrium states … - Binary contraction method for the construction of time-dependent dividing surfaces in driven chemical reactions

Author(s): Robin Bardakcioglu, Andrej Junginger, Matthias Feldmaier, Jörg Main, and Rigoberto HernandezTransition state theory formally provides a simplifying approach for determining chemical reactio … - Nonlinear analysis of flexodomains in nematic liquid crystals

Author(s): Werner Pesch, Alexei Krekhov, Nándor Éber, and Ágnes BukaWe investigate flexodomains, which are observed in planar layers of certain nematic liquid crystals, when a dc voltage $U$ above a c … - Curvature dependence of heat transfer at a fluid-solid interface

Author(s): Ali Dinler, Robert W. Barber, Stefan K. Stefanov, and David R. EmersonThis study reports an opposing effect of curvature on the interfacial heat transfer, which implies a monotonic increase … - Inviscid vortex shedding model for the clap and fling motion of insect flights

Author(s): Sung-Ik SohnIn this paper, we study the clap and fling motion of insect flights by applying an inviscid vortex shedding model. We describe separated vortices from the edges of two wings by …