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Title: On modeling of growth processes driven by velocity fluctuations
Authors: Niemiec, M.
Olchawa, W.
Łuczka, Jerzy
Keywords: teoria i modele wzrostu kryształów; fizyka i chemia wzrostu kryształów; morfologia kryształów; procesy losowe; ruchy Browna
Issue Date: 2005
Citation: Acta Physica Polonica B, Vol. 36, no. 5 (2005), s. 1715-1725
Abstract: In the classical theory of diffusion limited growth, it is assumed that the concentration field of solution is described by the standard diffusion equation. It means that particles of the solution undergo a random walk described by the Wiener process. In turn, it means that the velocity of particles is a stochastic process being Gaussian white noise. In consequence, the velocity–velocity correlation function is the Dirac -function and velocity correlation time is zero. In many cases such modeling is insufficient and one should consider models in which velocity is correlated in space and/or time. The question is whether correlations of velocity can change the kinetics of growth, in particular, whether the long-time asymptotics of the growth kinetics displays the power-law time dependence with the classical exponent 1/2. How to model such processes is a subject of this paper.
ISSN: 0587-4254
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