Novosibirsk, Russia, May, 30 – June, 4, 2011

International Conference
"Modern Problems of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics: Theory, Experiment and Applications", devoted to the 90th anniversary of professor Nikolai N. Yanenko

Konovalenko I.S.   Zolnikov K.P.   Psakhie S.G.  

Molecular dynamics simulation of thermal energy transformation into mechanical one by thin-film metallic nanostructures

Reporter: Konovalenko I.S.

Molecular dynamics simulation of nanostructure behavior under impulse heating is carried out. These structures are formed by self-rolling of nano-thickness bilayer crystal films. The interatomic interactions are described by potentials obtained by the embedded atom method. The calculation data are shown that simulated nanostructures can transform the supplied thermal energy into the mechanical oscillations of its free edges. The influence of heating rate and its duration, medium viscosity properties on kinematical characteristics of simulated nanostructures is investigated. The influence of mass and size of oscillating free edges of nanostructures on their behavior under heating is studied. The efficiency estimation of thermal energy transformation, supplied to nanostructures, into mechanical oscillations of their free edges versus nanostructure configuration, chemical composition and rate of impulse heating is carried out. The atomic mechanisms responsible for the peculiarities of local atomic structure transformations in bilayer nanofilm under its detaching from the substrate as well as mechanism of thermal energy conversion into mechanical one by nanostructures are investigated.
The work was supported by grant of Lavrentjev competition of young researcher projects SB RAS 2009-2010 years.

Abstracts file: Konovalenko_Ivan_1.doc
Full text file: Konovalenko_Ivan_2_full.pdf

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