Advances In Polymer Science Vol 125: STATISTICAL MECHANICS, by R.B. Bird, S.V. Bronnikov, C.F. Curtiss, S.Y. Frenkel, N.

By R.B. Bird, S.V. Bronnikov, C.F. Curtiss, S.Y. Frenkel, N. Hiramatsu, K. Matsushige, H. Okabe, V.I. Vettegren

This article examines advances in polymer technological know-how, overlaying the parts of statistical mechanics, deformation and ultrasonic spectroscopy.

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6) as well as the expression for p,v, implied by Eqs. 3) for pv was also used. Hence Eq. pvv] - [ V . 7) in which n tk), the kinetic contribution to the stress tensor, is the first term on the right side of Eq. 5). This quantity, which is the momentum flux resulting from the motion of the beads across a surface moving with velocity v(r, t), can be put in the form of Eq. 9) or Eq. 11). n,k) = ~ fm:[[(/': - v)(i~ -- v)]]" ~P,(r - R:, Q', t)dQ" = ~ m~ ~[[(i'~ - v)(i: -- v)]]'"P,(r, Q', t)dQ" + ...

R~. 2) Statistical Mechanicsof Transport Phenomena 47 The terms on the left side can be differentiated by parts, and Eq. 6) can then be used to show that two of the terms sum to zero. Thus, the left side of Eq. 2) becomes: ) When Eq. 4) We refer to the terms on the left as "acceleration terms," and on the right we have a sum of four forces. There are two forces F~ ~ and F(f )~ whose sum is well determined by comparing Eqs. 4). However, the separation into two terms is arbitrary. The symbols F ~ ~ and F ~ ~ respectively are referred to here as the averaged Brownian force and the averaged hydrodynamic Jorce on bead v of molecule ~.

3) for pv was also used. Hence Eq. pvv] - [ V . 7) in which n tk), the kinetic contribution to the stress tensor, is the first term on the right side of Eq. 5). This quantity, which is the momentum flux resulting from the motion of the beads across a surface moving with velocity v(r, t), can be put in the form of Eq. 9) or Eq. 11). n,k) = ~ fm:[[(/': - v)(i~ -- v)]]" ~P,(r - R:, Q', t)dQ" = ~ m~ ~[[(i'~ - v)(i: -- v)]]'"P,(r, Q', t)dQ" + ... 8) Note, however, that before writing out the higher terms in the expansion in second line of Eq.

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