- Adaptive synchronization and anticipatory dynamical systems

Author(s): Ying-Jen Yang, Chun-Chung Chen, Pik-Yin Lai, and C. K. ChanMany biological systems can sense periodical variations in a stimulus input and produce well-timed, anticipatory responses after t … - Viscoelastic Taylor-Couette instability as analog of the magnetorotational instability

Author(s): Yang Bai, Olivier Crumeyrolle, and Innocent MutabaziA linear stability analysis and an experimental study of a viscoelastic Taylor-Couette flow corotating in the Keplerian ratio allow us to … - Radical tessellation of the packing of spheres with a log-normal size distribution

Author(s): L. Y. Yi, K. J. Dong, R. P. Zou, and A. B. YuThe packing of particles with a log-normal size distribution is studied by means of the discrete element method. The packing structures are anal … - Effect of self-propulsion on equilibrium clustering

Author(s): Ethayaraja Mani and Hartmut LöwenIn equilibrium, colloidal suspensions governed by short-range attractive and long-range repulsive interactions form thermodynamically stable clusters. Using … - Energy dissipation drives the gradient signal amplification through an incoherent type-1 feed-forward loop

Author(s): Ganhui LanWe present here the analytical relation between the gain of eukaryotic gradient sensing network and the associated thermodynamic cost. By analyzing a general incoherent type-1 fee … - Pulling short DNA molecules having defects on different locations

Author(s): Amar Singh and Navin SinghWe present a study on the role of defects on the stability of short DNA molecules. We consider short DNA molecules (16 base pairs) and investigate the thermal as w … - Synchronization versus neighborhood similarity in complex networks of nonidentical oscillators

Author(s): Celso Freitas, Elbert Macau, and Ricardo Luiz VianaDoes the assignment order of a fixed collection of slightly distinct subsystems into given communication channels influence the overall en … - Theory of the liquid film motor

Author(s): M. S. Feiz, R. M. Namin, and A. AmjadiThe liquid film motor is a freely suspended liquid film placed between two capacitively coupled plates that rotates when an electric current is passed … - Thin-shell instability in collisionless plasma

Author(s): M. E. Dieckmann, H. Ahmed, D. Doria, G. Sarri, R. Walder, D. Folini, A. Bret, A. Ynnerman, and M. BorghesiThin-shell instability is one process which can generate entangled structures in as … - Transfer-matrix study of a hard-square lattice gas with two kinds of particles and density anomaly

Author(s): Tiago J. Oliveira and Jürgen F. StilckUsing transfer matrix and finite-size scaling methods, we study the thermodynamic behavior of a lattice gas with two kinds of particles on the square l … - Looking at a blinking quantum emitter through time slots: The effect of blind times

Author(s): A. L. Shchukina, I. Yu. Eremchev, and A. V. NaumovRegular disruptions to an experiment can increase the uncertainty of a measured quantity, but don’t necessarily change its value.[Phys. Rev ... - Role of mechanical factors in cortical folding development

Author(s): Mir Jalil Razavi, Tuo Zhang, Xiao Li, Tianming Liu, and Xianqiao WangDeciphering mysteries of the structure-function relationship in cortical folding has emerged as the cynosure of recent r ... - Inhomogeneous distribution of water droplets in cloud turbulence

Author(s): Itzhak Fouxon, Yongnam Park, Roei Harduf, and Changhoon LeeWe consider sedimentation of small particles in the turbulent flow where fluid accelerations are much smaller than acceleration of ... - First-principles calculation method for electron transport based on the grid Lippmann-Schwinger equation

Author(s): Yoshiyuki Egami, Shigeru Iwase, Shigeru Tsukamoto, Tomoya Ono, and Kikuji HiroseWe develop a first-principles electron-transport simulator based on the Lippmann-Schwinger (LS) equation with ... - Measurement-based quantum lattice gas model of fluid dynamics in 2+1 dimensions

Author(s): Michael M. Micci and Jeffrey YepezPresented are quantum simulation results using a measurement-based quantum lattice gas algorithm for Navier-Stokes fluid dynamics in 2+1 dimensions. Numeri ... - Internal noise-driven generalized Langevin equation from a nonlocal continuum model

Author(s): Saikat Sarkar, Shubhankar Roy Chowdhury, Debasish Roy, and Ram Mohan VasuStarting with a micropolar formulation, known to account for nonlocal microstructural effects at the continuum level ... - Modeling diffusion in colloidal suspensions by dynamical density functional theory using fundamental measure theory of hard spheres

Author(s): Daniel Stopper, Kevin Marolt, Roland Roth, and Hendrik Hansen-GoosWe study the dynamics of colloidal suspensions of hard spheres that are subject to Brownian motion in the overdamped limit. ... - Optimizing a reconfigurable material via evolutionary computation

Author(s): Sam Wilken, Marc Z. Miskin, and Heinrich M. JaegerRapid prototyping by combining evolutionary computation with simulations is becoming a powerful tool for solving complex design problems in ... - Bridging transitions for spheres and cylinders

Author(s): Alexandr Malijevský and Andrew O. ParryWe study bridging transitions between spherically and cylindrically shaped particles (colloids) of radius R separated by a distance H that are dissolv ... - Dynamics of polyelectrolyte solutions under a constant gradient of base concentration

Author(s): Tohru Okuzono, Tomotaka Seki, Akiko Toyotama, and Junpei YamanakaPhase-separation dynamics of weakly charged polyacid solutions under a constant gradient of base concentration is studied bo ... - Neutral dynamics with environmental noise: Age-size statistics and species lifetimes

Author(s): David Kessler, Samir Suweis, Marco Formentin, and Nadav M. ShnerbNeutral dynamics, where taxa are assumed to be demographically equivalent and their abundance is governed solely by the stoc ... - Control of epidemics on complex networks: Effectiveness of delayed isolation

Author(s): Tiago Pereira and Lai-Sang YoungWe study isolation as a means to control epidemic outbreaks in complex networks, focusing on the consequences of delays in isolating infected nodes. Our anal ... - Oscillation suppression in indirectly coupled limit cycle oscillators

Author(s): Neeraj Kumar Kamal, Pooja Rani Sharma, and Manish Dev ShrimaliWe study the phenomena of oscillation quenching in a system of limit cycle oscillators which are coupled indirectly via a dynam ... - Impact of droplets on inclined flowing liquid films

Author(s): Zhizhao Che, Amandine Deygas, and Omar K. MatarThe impact of droplets on an inclined falling liquid film is studied experimentally using high-speed imaging. The falling film is created on a ... - Pulse evolution and plasma-wave phase velocity in channel-guided laser-plasma accelerators

Author(s): C. Benedetti, F. Rossi, C. B. Schroeder, E. Esarey, and W. P. LeemansThe self-consistent laser evolution of an intense, short-pulse laser exciting a plasma wave and propagating in a preform ... - Inferring Lévy walks from curved trajectories: A rescaling method

Author(s): R. M. Tromer, M. B. Barbosa, F. Bartumeus, J. Catalan, M. G. E. da Luz, E. P. Raposo, and G. M. ViswanathanAn important problem in the study of anomalous diffusion and transport concerns th ... - Anomalous transport on regular fracture networks: Impact of conductivity heterogeneity and mixing at fracture intersections

Author(s): Peter K. Kang, Marco Dentz, Tanguy Le Borgne, and Ruben JuanesWe investigate transport on regular fracture networks that are characterized by heterogeneity in hydraulic conductivity. We dis ... - Non-Markovian work fluctuation theorem in crossed electric and magnetic fields

Author(s): J. I. Jiménez-AquinoThe validity of the transient work fluctuation theorem for a charged Brownian harmonic oscillator embedded in a non-Markovian heat bath and under the action of crossed e ... - Adaptive elastic networks as models of supercooled liquids

Author(s): Le Yan and Matthieu WyartThe thermodynamics and dynamics of supercooled liquids correlate with their elasticity. In particular for covalent networks, the jump of specific heat is small and ... - Comparison of photoinduced reorientation of ortho-, meta-, and para-methyl red-doped nematic liquid crystals on rubbed polyimide

Author(s): David Statman, Ariel T. Statman, Kaitlin Wozniak, and Christopher BrennanWe compare the photoinduced reorientation of the easy axis on rubbed polyimide surfaces for the nematic E7 doped wit ... - Poroelastic model for adsorption-induced deformation of biopolymers obtained from molecular simulations

Author(s): Karol Kulasinski, Robert Guyer, Dominique Derome, and Jan CarmelietMolecular simulation of adsorption of water molecules in nanoporous amorphous biopolymers, e.g., cellulose, reveals nonlin ... - Mechanics of invagination and folding: Hybridized instabilities when one soft tissue grows on another

Author(s): Tuomas Tallinen and John S. BigginsWe address the folding induced by differential growth in soft layered solids via an elementary model that consists of a soft growing neo-Hookean elastic l ... - Method for the analysis of contribution of sliding and hopping to a facilitated diffusion of DNA-binding protein: Application to in vivo data

Author(s): Marcin Tabaka, Krzysztof Burdzy, and Robert HołystDNA-binding protein searches for its target, a specific site on DNA, by means of diffusion. The search process consists of many recurrent s ... - Transition of weak wave turbulence to wave turbulence with intermittent collapses

Author(s): Benno Rumpf and Thomas Y. SheffieldWeak wave turbulence is a nonequilibrium state of interacting waves, such as surface waves on water, that is maintained by a driving force and damping, an ... - Transition from multiplicity to singularity of steady natural convection in a tilted cubical enclosure

Author(s): Juan F. Torres, Daniel Henry, Atsuki Komiya, and Shigenao MaruyamaThe transition from the complex Rayleigh-Bénard convection to the simple heated-from-the-sides configuration in a cubical c ... - Dust acoustic waves in three-dimensional complex plasmas with a similarity property

Author(s): D. I. ZhukhovitskiiDust acoustic waves in the bulk of a dust cloud in complex plasma of low-pressure gas discharge under microgravity conditions are considered. The complex plasma is assume ... - Entropic lattice Boltzmann method for multiphase flows: Fluid-solid interfaces

Author(s): Ali Mazloomi M., Shyam S. Chikatamarla, and Iliya V. KarlinThe recently introduced entropic lattice Boltzmann model (ELBM) for multiphase flows [A. Mazloomi M., S. S. Chikatamarla, and I. V ... - Lattice Boltzmann model for resistive relativistic magnetohydrodynamics

Author(s): F. Mohseni, M. Mendoza, S. Succi, and H. J. HerrmannIn this paper, we develop a lattice Boltzmann model for relativistic magnetohydrodynamics (MHD). Even though the model is derived for res ... - Mean perimeter of the convex hull of a random walk in a semi-infinite medium

Author(s): Marie Chupeau, Olivier Bénichou, and Satya N. MajumdarWe study various properties of the convex hull of a planar Brownian motion, defined as the minimum convex polygon enclosing the traject ... - Crossover behavior in interface depinning

Author(s): Y. J. Chen, Stefano Zapperi, and James P. SethnaWe study the crossover scaling behavior of the height-height correlation function in interface depinning in random media. We analyze experime ... - Phase-lag synchronization in networks of coupled chemical oscillators

Author(s): Jan F. Totz, Razan Snari, Desmond Yengi, Mark R. Tinsley, Harald Engel, and Kenneth ShowalterChemical oscillators with a broad frequency distribution are photochemically coupled in network ... - Four classes of interactions for evolutionary games

Author(s): György Szabó, Kinga S. Bodó, Benjamin Allen, and Martin A. NowakThe symmetric four-strategy games are decomposed into a linear combination of 16 basis games represented by orthogonal matric ... - Message-passing approach for recurrent-state epidemic models on networks

Author(s): Munik Shrestha, Samuel V. Scarpino, and Cristopher MooreEpidemic processes are common out-of-equilibrium phenomena of broad interdisciplinary interest. Recently, dynamic message-passing (DM ... - Passage of a shock wave through inhomogeneous media and its impact on gas-bubble deformation

Author(s): A. F. Nowakowski, A. Ballil, and F. C. G. A. NicolleauThe paper investigates shock-induced vortical flows within inhomogeneous media of nonuniform thermodynamic properties. Numerical simula ... - Mechanisms for the clustering of inertial particles in the inertial range of isotropic turbulence

Author(s): Andrew D. Bragg, Peter J. Ireland, and Lance R. CollinsIn this paper, we consider the physical mechanism for the clustering of inertial particles in the inertial range of isotropic turbulen ... - Perturbation analysis of steady and unsteady electrohydrodynamic chaotic advection inside translating drops

Author(s): Fan Wu, Dmitri Vainchtein, and Thomas WardA drop translating in the presence of an electric field is studied analytically. The flow is a combination of a Hadamard-Rybczynski and a Taylor ci ... - General formalism of local thermodynamics with an example: Quantum Otto engine with a spin-1/2 coupled to an arbitrary spin

Author(s): Ferdi Altintas and Özgür E. MüstecaplıoğluWe investigate a quantum heat engine with a working substance of two particles, one with a spin-1/2 and the other with an arbitrary spin (spin s), ... - Work relations for a system governed by Tsallis statistics

Author(s): Ian J. Ford and Robert W. EyreWe derive analogs of the Jarzynski equality and Crooks relation to characterize the nonequilibrium work associated with changes in the spring constant of an ov ... - Critical behavior of the spin-1 Blume-Capel model on two-dimensional Voronoi-Delaunay random lattices

Author(s): F. P. Fernandes, Douglas F. de Albuquerque, F. W. S. Lima, and J. A. PlascakThe critical properties of the spin-1 Blume-Capel model in two dimensions is studied on Voronoi-Delaunay random l ... - Distribution of glass transition temperatures T_{g} in polystyrene thin films as revealed by low-energy muon spin relaxation: A comparison with neutron reflectivity results

Author(s): Toshiji Kanaya, Hiroki Ogawa, Mizuki Kishimoto, Rintaro Inoue, Andreas Suter, and Thomas ProkschaIn a previous paper [Phys. Rev. E 83, 021801 (2011)] we performed neutron reflectivity (NR) … - Turing-like instabilities from a limit cycle

Author(s): Joseph D. Challenger, Raffaella Burioni, and Duccio FanelliThe Turing instability is a paradigmatic route to pattern formation in reaction-diffusion systems. Following a diffusion-driven in … - Relation between the extended time-delayed feedback control algorithm and the method of harmonic oscillators

Author(s): Viktoras Pyragas and Kestutis PyragasIn a recent paper [Phys. Rev. E 91, 012920 (2015)] Olyaei and Wu have proposed a new chaos control method in which a target periodic orbit is approximat … - Extreme soliton pulsations in dissipative systems

Author(s): Wonkeun Chang, Jose M. Soto-Crespo, Peter Vouzas, and Nail AkhmedievWe have found a strongly pulsating regime of dissipative solitons in the laser model described by the complex cubic-quint … - Inhibition of wave-driven two-dimensional turbulence by viscoelastic films of proteins

Author(s): N. Francois, H. Xia, H. Punzmann, T. Combriat, and M. ShatsTo model waves, surface flows, and particle dispersion at the air-water interface one needs to know the essential mechanisms affec … - Analysis of magnetic field plasma interactions using microparticles as probes

Author(s): Michael Dropmann, Rene Laufer, Georg Herdrich, Lorin S. Matthews, and Truell W. HydeThe interaction between a magnetic field and plasma close to a nonconductive surface is of interest for b … - Mesoscopic magnetomechanical hysteresis in a magnetorheological elastomer

Author(s): A. M. Biller, O. V. Stolbov, and Yu. L. RaikherField-induced magnetostatic interaction in a pair of identical particles made of a magnetically soft ferromagnet is studied. It is shown that … - Dynamical traps in Wang-Landau sampling of continuous systems: Mechanism and solution

Author(s): Yang Wei Koh, Adelene Y. L. Sim, and Hwee Kuan LeeWe study the mechanism behind dynamical trappings experienced during Wang-Landau sampling of continuous systems reported by several authors … - Assessment of interaction potential in simulating nonisothermal multiphase systems by means of lattice Boltzmann modeling

Author(s): Ahad Zarghami, Niels Looije, and Harry Van den AkkerThe pseudopotential lattice Boltzmann model (PP-LBM) is a very popular model for simulating multiphase systems. In this model, phase sepa … - Particle-density fluctuations and universality in the conserved stochastic sandpile

Author(s): Ronald Dickman and S. D. da CunhaWe examine fluctuations in particle density in the restricted-height, conserved stochastic sandpile (CSS). In this and related models, the global particle d … - Velocity and energy distributions in microcanonical ensembles of hard spheres

Author(s): Enrico Scalas, Adrian T. Gabriel, Edgar Martin, and Guido GermanoIn a microcanonical ensemble (constant NVE, hard reflecting walls) and in a molecular dynamics ensemble (constant NVEPG, per … - Shapes of a liquid droplet in a periodic box

Author(s): Santi Prestipino, Carlo Caccamo, Dino Costa, Gianpietro Malescio, and Gianmarco MunaòWithin the coexistence region between liquid and vapor the equilibrium pressure of a simulated fluid exh … - Stress partition and microstructure in size-segregating granular flows

Author(s): L. Staron and J. C. PhillipsWhen a granular mixture involving grains of different sizes is shaken, sheared, mixed, or left to flow, grains tend to separate by sizes in a process known as si … - Shear-induced segregation of particles by material density

Author(s): Yi Fan and K. M. HillRecently, shear rate gradients and associated gradients in velocity fluctuations (e.g., granular temperatures or kinetic stresses) have been shown to drive segregation … - Evidence of slow Debye-like relaxation in the anti-inflammatory agent etoricoxib

Author(s): M. Rams-Baron, Z. Wojnarowska, M. Dulski, A. Ratuszna, and M. PaluchThe origin of Debye-like relaxation in some hydrogen-bonded liquids is a matter of hot debate over the past decade. While … - Integrable pair-transition-coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations

Author(s): Liming Ling and Li-Chen ZhaoWe study integrable coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations with pair particle transition between components. Based on exact solutions of the coupled model with … - Periodic and quasiperiodic motions of many particles falling in a viscous fluid

Author(s): Marta Gruca, Marek Bukowicki, and Maria L. Ekiel-JeżewskaThe dynamics of regular clusters of many nontouching particles falling under gravity in a viscous fluid at low Reynolds number are a … - First-order phase transition and tricritical scaling behavior of the Blume-Capel model: A Wang-Landau sampling approach

Author(s): Wooseop Kwak, Joohyeok Jeong, Juhee Lee, and Dong-Hee KimWe investigate the tricritical scaling behavior of the two-dimensional spin-1 Blume-Capel model by using the Wang-Landau method of m … - Source-enhanced coalescence of trees in a random forest

Author(s): A. A. LushnikovThe time evolution of a random graph with varying number of edges and vertices is considered. The edges and vertices are assumed to be added at random by one at a time with d … - Lower-critical spin-glass dimension from 23 sequenced hierarchical models

Author(s): Mehmet Demirtaş, Aslı Tuncer, and A. Nihat BerkerThe lower-critical dimension for the existence of the Ising spin-glass phase is calculated, numerically exactly, as d_{L}=2.520 for a family … - Temporally correlated zero-range process with open boundaries: Steady state and fluctuations

Author(s): Massimo Cavallaro, Raúl J. Mondragón, and Rosemary J. HarrisWe study an open-boundary version of the on-off zero-range process introduced in Hirschberg et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 090602 ... - Probing the existence of phase transitions in one-dimensional fluids of penetrable particles

Author(s): Santi Prestipino, Domenico Gazzillo, and Nicola TasinatoPhase transitions in one-dimensional classical fluids are usually ruled out by using van Hove's theorem. A way to circumvent the ... - Hyperdiffusion of quantum waves in random photonic lattices

Author(s): Alexander IominA quantum-mechanical analysis of hyperfast (faster than ballistic) diffusion of a quantum wave packet in random optical lattices is presented. The main motivation of the pres ... - Stick-slip instabilities in sheared granular flow: The role of friction and acoustic vibrations

Author(s): Charles K. C. Lieou, Ahmed E. Elbanna, J. S. Langer, and J. M. CarlsonWe propose a theory of shear flow in dense granular materials. A key ingredient of the theory is an effective temperatu ... - Cooperativity and segregation in confined flows of soft binary glasses

Author(s): T. van de Laar, K. Schroën, and J. SprakelWhen a suspension containing particles of different sizes flows through a confined geometry a size gradient can be established, with large particle ... - Solidification of a disk-shaped crystal from a weakly supercooled binary melt

Author(s): David W. Rees Jones and Andrew J. WellsThe physics of ice crystal growth from the liquid phase, especially in the presence of salt, has received much less attention than the growth of snow ... - Flexoelectric polarization studies in bent-core nematic liquid crystals

Author(s): S. P. Sreenilayam, Yu. P. Panarin, J. K. Vij, S. I. Torgova, A. Lehmann, and C. TschierskeThe flexoelectric polarization (P_{f}) of four bent-core nematic liquid crystals (LCs) has been mea ... - Time-dependent Ginzburg-Landau model for nonfrustrated linear ABC triblock terpolymers

Author(s): Paul C. MillettA time-dependent Ginzburg-Landau (TDGL) model is proposed to simulate the ordering of linear ABC triblock terpolymers. The model, in its current form, is applicable to nonfru ... - Surface-adsorption-induced polymer translocation through a nanopore: Effects of the adsorption strength and the surface corrugation

Author(s): Xiaoyu Zhao, Wancheng Yu, and Kaifu LuoThe surface corrugation plays an important role in single polymer diffusion on attractive surfaces. However, its effect on dynamics of surface adsorpt ... - Detection of short single-strand DNA homopolymers with ultrathin Si_{3} N_{4} nanopores

Author(s): Jian Ma, Yinghua Qiu, Zhishan Yuan, Yin Zhang, Jingjie Sha, Lei Liu, Litao Sun, Zhonghua Ni, Hong Yi, Deyu Li, and Yunfei ChenA series of nanopores with diameters ranging from 2.5 to 63 nm ... - Complex quantum network geometries: Evolution and phase transitions

Author(s): Ginestra Bianconi, Christoph Rahmede, and Zhihao WuNetworks are topological and geometric structures used to describe systems as different as the Internet, the brain, or the quantum structu ... - Detecting communities using asymptotical surprise

Author(s): V. A. Traag, R. Aldecoa, and J.-C. DelvenneNodes in real-world networks are repeatedly observed to form dense clusters, often referred to as communities. Methods to detect these groups of n ... - Time reversibility from visibility graphs of nonstationary processes

Author(s): Lucas Lacasa and Ryan FlanaganVisibility algorithms are a family of methods to map time series into networks, with the aim of describing the structure of time series and their underlying dy ... - Transition to coarsening for confined one-dimensional interfaces with bending rigidity

Author(s): Thomas Le Goff, Paolo Politi, and Olivier Pierre-LouisWe discuss the nonlinear dynamics and fluctuations of interfaces with bending rigidity under the competing attractions of two walls wit ... - Delayed feedback control of synchronization in weakly coupled oscillator networks

Author(s): Viktor NovičenkoWe study control of synchronization in weakly coupled oscillator networks by using a phase-reduction approach. Starting from a general class of limit-cycle oscillators we de ... - Recurrence-time statistics in non-Hamiltonian volume-preserving maps and flows

Author(s): Rafael M. da Silva, Marcus W. Beims, and Cesar MancheinWe analyze the recurrence-time statistics (RTS) in three-dimensional non-Hamiltonian volume-preserving systems (VPS): an extended stan ... - Existence and stability of solutions of the cubic complex Ginzburg-Landau equation with delayed Raman scattering

Author(s): M. Facão and M. I. CarvalhoWe found two stationary solutions of the cubic complex Ginzburg-Landau equation (CGLE) with an additional term modeling the delayed Raman scattering. Both solutio ... - Collective phase response curves for heterogeneous coupled oscillators

Author(s): Kevin M. Hannay, Victoria Booth, and Daniel B. ForgerPhase response curves (PRCs) have become an indispensable tool in understanding the entrainment and synchronization of biological oscill ... - Regeneration cycle and the covariant Lyapunov vectors in a minimal wall turbulence

Author(s): Masanobu Inubushi, Shin-ichi Takehiro, and Michio YamadaConsidering a wall turbulence as a chaotic dynamical system, we study regeneration cycles in a minimal wall turbulence from the viewp ... - Distribution of particle displacements due to swimming microorganisms

Author(s): Jean-Luc ThiffeaultThe experiments of Leptos et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 198103 (2009)] show that the displacements of small particles affected by swimming microorganisms achieve a non-Ga … - Dynamics of bouncing-versus-merging response in jet collision

Author(s): Minglei Li, Abhishek Saha, D. L. Zhu, Chao Sun, and Chung K. LawA new regime of oblique jet collision, characterized by low impact inertia and jet merging through bridge formation, is obser … - Dispersion of particles by a strong explosion

Author(s): Timothy C. DuBois, Milan Jamriska, and Alex SkvortsovThe dynamics of particle transport under the influence of localized high energy anomalies (explosions) is a complicated phenomenon depen … - Formation, spin-up, and stability of field-reversed configurations

Author(s): Y. A. OmelchenkoFormation, spontaneous spin-up, and stability of θ-pinch formed field-reversed configurations are studied self-consistently in three dimensions with a multiscale hybrid mode … - Dust-void formation in a dc glow discharge

Author(s): A. V. Fedoseev, G. I. Sukhinin, M. K. Dosbolayev, and T. S. RamazanovExperimental investigations of dusty plasma parameters of a dc glow discharge were performed in a vertically oriented di … - Gibbs volume entropy is incorrect

Author(s): Robert H. Swendsen and Jian-Sheng WangWe show that the expression for the equilibrium thermodynamic entropy contains an integral over a surface in phase space, and in so doing, we confirm t … - Percolation in suspensions and de Gennes conjectures

Author(s): Stany Gallier, Elisabeth Lemaire, François Peters, and Laurent LobryDense suspensions display complex flow properties, intermediate between solid and liquid. When sheared, a suspension self … - Enhancement of mobility in an interacting colloidal system under feedback control

Author(s): Robert Gernert and Sabine H. L. KlappFeedback control schemes are a promising way to manipulate transport properties of driven colloidal suspensions. In the present article, we suggest a fe … - Elasticity of frictionless particles near jamming

Author(s): Kamran Karimi and Craig E. MaloneyWe study the linear elastic response of harmonic disk packings near jamming via three types of probes: (i) point forcing, (ii) constrained homogeneous defo … - Thermal response of cholesteric liquid crystal elastomers

Author(s): Hama Nagai and Kenji UrayamaThe effects of temperature variation on photonic properties of cholesteric liquid crystal elastomers (CLCEs) are investigated in mechanically unconstrained and c … - Multistage slow relaxation in a Hamiltonian system: The Fermi-Pasta-Ulam model

Author(s): Hironori J. Matsuyama and Tetsuro KonishiThe relaxation process toward equipartition of energy among normal modes in a Hamiltonian system with many degrees of freedom, the Fermi-Pasta-Ulam … - Dynamic-wetting effects in finite-mobility-ratio Hele-Shaw flow

Author(s): S. J. Jackson, D. Stevens, D. Giddings, and H. PowerIn this paper we study the effects of dynamic wetting on the immiscible displacement of a high viscosity fluid subject to the radial inje …