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Mesoscale Simulations

Learn how to perform mesoscale simulations on materials models too large for atomistic modeling using the new mesoscale functionality in MedeA.  We will take a look at performing simulations for systems of a size of tens of nanometers and running for microseconds. The theoretical background will be covered and application examples of the following will be discussed:

- Self-assembly of a lipid bilayer

- Modeling of thermoset polyester used for steel coating

- Extraction of unsaturated fatty acids by ionic liquids

- Mechanical properties of epoxy resin


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