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Complex behaviour of glassy systems

proceedings of the XIV Sitges conference, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, 10-14 June 1996

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Published by Springer in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spin glasses -- Congresses.,
  • Glass -- Congresses.

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    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementMiguel Rubí, Conrado Pérez-Vicente, (eds.).
    SeriesLecture notes in physics,, 492
    ContributionsRubí, J. M., Pérez-Vicente, Conrado, 1962-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC176.8.S68 C66 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 467 p. :
    Number of Pages467
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL667595M
    ISBN 103540630694
    LC Control Number97013334

    Complex memory effects occur after temperature jumps. We suggest that the parallels between gelatin gels and other glassy systems are due to their temperature-dependent, rugged, hierarchical energy This chapter is aimed at studying the anomalous magnetic properties (glassy behaviour) observed at low temperatures in nanoparticles of ferrimagnetic oxides. This topic is discussed both from numerical results and experimental data. Ferrimagnetic fine particles show most of the features of glassy systems due to the random distribution of anisotropy axis, interparticle interactions and surface

    Laser technology has a rising demand for high precision Fused Silica components. Precision Glass Moulding (PGM) is a technology that can fulfil the given demands in efficiency and scalability. Due to the elevated process temperatures of almost °C and the high mechanical load, Glassy Carbon was qualified as an appropriate forming tool material for the moulding of Fused :// Ferrimagnetic fine particles show most of the features of glassy systems due to the random distribution of anisotropy axis, interparticle interactions and surface effects. Experiments have shown that the hysteresis loops display high closure fields with high values of the differential ://

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Contents Entropy, Pragility, and the Glass Transition CA. Angell 1 Computer Simulation of Models for the Structural Glass   Get this from a library. Complex behaviour of glassy systems: proceedings of the XIV Sitges conference, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, June [J M Rubí; Conrado Pérez-Vicente;] -- For the first time this subject, including many systems of interest in Condensed Matter Physics, is treated in an unified way.

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In these lectures I will study some properties that are shared by many glassy systems. I will shown how some of these properties can be understood in the framework of the mean field approach based on the replica method and I will discuss which are the difficulties which we have to face when we apply the replica method to realistic short range :// Ritort F.

() Classical and quantum behavior in mean-field glassy systems. In: Rubí M., Pérez-Vicente C. (eds) Complex Behaviour of Glassy Systems.

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The numerical methods used in our work include free-energy minimization, direct integration of Langevin equations and Monte Carlo ://   A discussion of the complex behaviour of glassy systems. It contains papers on subjects such as global linear interfacial instability for the generalized needle solutions, and the anisotropy effect of surface tension and low-frequency :// Nieuwenhuizen T.M.

() Complexity as the driving force for glassy transitions. In: Rubí M., Pérez-Vicente C. (eds) Complex Behaviour of Glassy Systems. Lecture Notes in Physics, vol The guide is designed to help better detect, analyse, understand, and manage the emergent behaviour inherent in complex systems engineering in order to reap the benefits of innovations and avoid the dangers of unforeseen consequences.

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Dr Nussinov and Dr Kelton are professors at Washington University in Saint Louis. Dr Weingarter recently completed his PhD studies in Dr Nussinov’s The critical behaviour of the dynamical transition of glassy system is controlled b y a Replica Sym- metric action with n = 1 replicas.

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