Programs in Physics & Physical Chemistry
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|Manuscript Title: HYDROLIB: a library for the evaluation of hydrodynamic interactions in colloidal suspensions.|
|Authors: K. Hinsen|
|Program title: HYDROLIB|
|Catalogue identifier: ADBK_v1_0|
Distribution format: tar.gz
|Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 88(1995)327|
|Programming language: Fortran, C.|
|Computer: DECstation, HP PA-RISC systems, IBM RS/6000, NeXT-Station, Silicon Graphics, Sun-3.|
|Operating system: Ultrix & OSF/1, HP/UX, AIX, NeXT-Step, IRIX, Sun.|
|RAM: 380K words|
|Word size: 32|
|Keywords: Solid state physics, Other, Fluid dynamics, Hydrodynamic, Interactions, Colloidal Suspensions, Macromolecules, Low-Reynolds-number flow, Multipole expansion.|
|Classification: 7.7, 12.|
Nature of problem:
Friction and mobility matrices for systems of equal spherical particles in colloidal suspensions, assuming low-Reynolds-number flow.
Construction of a linear system of equations for the force multipole moments induced on the particles by external forces and flow fields; solution of these equations with standard methods; addition of short- term corrections in pair approximation.
The C preprocessor is used to provide global parameters and conditional compilation for the Fortran code. A set of Unix shell scripts limits recompilation of the source code to a minimum. Pure portable Fortran 77 code can be generated by another shell script.
6.5 s/configuration for 10 particles using double-precision arithmetic on a DECstation 5000/260.
|||for a description of the theoretical background of the calculation method and|
|||for an application. Stokesian Dynamics simulations based on this package are described in|
|||B. Cichocki, B.U. Felderhof, K. Hinsen, E. Wajnryb and J. Blawzdziewicz, J. Chem. Phys. 100 (1994) 3780.|
|||B. Cichocki and K. Hinsen, Phys. Fluids, in print.|
|||K. Hinsen and G.R. Kneller, to be published.|
|||G.R. Kneller and K. Hinsen, to be published.|
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