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Eventually, the question should be more detailed. However, for starters and in general, I would start by giving a cursory read to any wide piece of work that contains this problem, in order to get some perspective. For example in the PhD thesis Cellular automata methods in mathematical physics, where chapter 5 is dedicated to Modeling Polymers with Cellular ...


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As far as I know, and read here, metallic glasses akin to crystalline metals are isotropic. To this end, if we use the script provided in the examples of LAMMPS, to what extent we can secure the results that we want, i.e Poisson Ratio, Young's modulus, etc. Note: This was an answer written originally by the person that asked the question, but since that ...


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