Modeling of Copper Nanoclusters Interaction with Metals at Energies of 100 eV - 10 keV

Apr 17, 2019, 6:00 PM
15m
LIT, JINR

LIT, JINR

Oral Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics Condensed Matter Physics

Speaker

Zafar Tukhliev (JOINT INSTITUTE FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH)

Description

In this work, the molecular dynamics method was used to study the processes of interaction of copper nanoclusters by energies in the range of 100 eV - 10 keV with metal targets of various sizes. The results of the formation of shock waves depending on energy of a nanocluster and the size of a target are obtained. The effects of shock waves were also investigated to explain the effect of long-range action. Classification of the arising structural changes in target depth depending on energy of a nanocluster and the size of a target is carried out. The obtained results show the action of shock waves by one of the possible mechanisms for the formation of a long-range effect.

Primary author

Zafar Tukhliev (JOINT INSTITUTE FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH)

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