Time- and memory-efficient representation of complex mesoscale potentials

Grigory Drozdov, Igor Ostanin, Ivan Oseledets

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    We apply the modern technique of approximation of multivariate functions – tensor train cross approximation – to the problem of the description of physical interactions between complex-shaped bodies in a context of computational nanomechanics. In this note we showcase one particular example – van der Waals interactions between two cylindrical bodies – relevant to modeling of carbon nanotube systems. The potential is viewed as a tensor (multidimensional table) which is represented in compact form with the help of tensor train decomposition. The described approach offers a universal solution for the description of van der Waals interactions between complex-shaped nanostructures and can be used within the framework of such systems of mesoscale modeling as recently emerged mesoscopic distinct element method (MDEM).

    Язык оригиналаАнглийский
    Страницы (с-по)110-114
    Число страниц5
    ЖурналJournal of Computational Physics
    СостояниеОпубликовано - 15 авг. 2017


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