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N-Body Modeling of Nonlinear, Free Surface Liquid Flow
(University of Texas at Arlington, 1978-11)
In this paper a new, n-body approach is developed for the modeling of liquid phenomena. Both long and short range forces are included. Computer examples of several prototype, nonlinear, free surface problems are ...
A New Computer Approach to Atomic Electron Configuartions with Application to the Elements from Helium Through Oxygen
(University of Texas at Arlington, 1979-10)
In this paper a new, computer approach is developed for atomic and molecular dynamics. Though classical in nature, it includes all electron-electron interactions. Experimental ionization energies are used to determine ...
Note on Special Relativistic Calculations with Identical Laboratory and Rocket Frame Computers
(University of Texas at Arlington, 1978-12)
Dynamical relativistic problems invariably require the solution of nonlinear differential equations. These equations are rarely solvable in closed form and are now being solved numerically on modern digital computers. ...
An Arithmetic Computer Approach to Gas Dynamical Modeling
(University of Texas at Arlington, 1979-01)
Unsteady, two dimensional internal and external flows are analyzed using an arithmetic n-body formulation. A Lagrangian approach is used to study the internal shock formation in a shock tube and the external flows over a ...
Mathematical Models of Porous Flow
(University of Texas at Arlington, 1978-10)
In this paper a new, viable mathematical approach to the analysis of porous flow is developed. Liquids and solids are modeled as sets of particles which interact in accordance with both long range (gravity) and short ...
A New Approach to Computer Oriented, Quasi-Quantum Mechanical Dynamics
(University of Texas at Arlington, 1979-06)
A new approach to atomic and molecular dynamics is developed which combines both quantum and classical concepts. Applications are made to the hydrogen atom, the hydrogen ion, and the hydrogen molecule. An accurate computer ...