Through direct numerical simulation, supercomputer aids dissipation elements analysis to bridge the gap between chemistry and turbulence.
New research challenges proposed synergy model invoking ion hammering with transient melting.
Using finite element method (FEM) and optical tweezers, researchers investigate mechanical changes in erythrocytes in different environments.
Researchers show how high-order moments of kinetic equations allow simulations of critical reconnection events in the magnetosphere.
Yale and Princeton University researchers expound the current state of research on the thermodynamic and kinetic tendencies of surface freezing.