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Molecular Dynamics from Solid Mechanics Point of View

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I am searching for a tutorial or a book which looks into molecular
dynamics method from a Solid Mechanics point of view. All I can find are
the books written for biophysicists or chemistry. I can find lot of
examples on fluids, biomolecules or polymers but none of them are on
simple solids or metals.

Can anyone suggests me a book or a tutorial which can get me ready to
write a program to simulate a simple tensile test of a metal wire (FCC
Al or some simple crystal).

Molecular Dynamics from Solid Mechanics Point of View

I am searching for a tutorial or a book which looks into molecular dynamics method from a Solid Mechanics point of view. All I can find are the books written for biophysicists or chemistry. I can find lot of examples on fluids, biomolecules or polymers but none of them are on simple solids or metals.

Can anyone suggests me a book or a tutorial which can get me ready to write a program to simulate a simple tensile test of a metal wire (FCC Al or some simple crystal).

 

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