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I assume when you are asking about mesoscopic modeling you are looking for a scale higher than molecular dynamics and quantum mechanical simulations and a scale smaller than macroscopic finite element or finite volume modeling that typically mechanical engineers do for designing for example aircraft, reactors, etc. In this regime of mesoscopic modeling, ...


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Calphad techniques should also be of interest. Calphad is based on thermodynamic models of the Gibbs energy starting from describing the pure elements in gas, liquid and different crystalline structures (also meta-stable ones) and more or less complex models describing solutions with model parameters fitted to experimental data and (for the last 20 years or ...


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How do you model quantum-confinement effects in optically active (e.g. plasmonic) mesoscopic structures? There should be a Comsol module that corresponds to this work, since it's mentioned that they implement the theory using that. Is it possible to use FDTD for simulating mesoscopic structures (nanostructures) where quantum size effects matter? I'm not ...


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