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Type: Conference paper
Title: A review of MD simulations of acoustic absorption mechanisms at the nanoscale
Author: Ayub, M.
Zander, A.
Howard, C.
Cazzolato, B.
Huang, D.
Citation: Acoustics 2013 Victor Harbor: Science, Technology and Amenity: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Australian Acoustical Society / Terrance McMinn (ed.), 8 p.
Publisher: Australian Acoustical Society
Publisher Place: CD ROM
Issue Date: 2013
ISBN: 9780646912189
Conference Name: Annual Conference of the Australian Acoustical Society (2013 : Victor Harbor, Australia)
Department: Faculty of Engineering, Computer & Mathematical Sciences
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M. Ayub , A.C. Zander, C.Q. Howard, B.S. Cazzolato and D.M. Huang
Abstract: The use of nanoscopic fibres for acoustic absorption can potentially result in thinner liners than for conventional acoustic materials. Modelling acoustic mechanisms at the nanoscale requires molecular simulations as the flow be-haviour at the nanoscale is in the transition regime (based on Knudsen number). Molecular Dynamics (MD) was identified as a suitable method for simulating the physical phenomena for acoustics. This paper presents a review of previous MD simulations of relevance to the physics of acoustic absorption mechanisms at the nanoscale that have included micro- and nano- scale flow properties and acoustic wave propagation. The paper also discusses additional simulations that can be performed to verify that MD models can be used to correctly simulate acoustic absorption at the nanoscale.
Rights: Copyright ©2013, The Australian Acoustical Society.
RMID: 0020135792
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