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Old   October 5, 2016, 04:04
Default Simulation of charge redistribution of a droplet due to impact on solid
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Hello everyone,
We are looking for a software to simulate our experiments.

Here is our case:
A droplet of ionic solution impacts on a solid substrate, it moves on the substrate.
A pulse of voltage is measured during the motion, which indicates a charge redistribution.

We want to do numerical simulation to see the dynamics of charge (anions and cations) redistribution in the droplet and also the impact dynamics (actually the two dynamcis are coupled)

Which software can do that?
We saw a simulation case using VASP, but it only shows the charge distribution not the impact dynamics.

Thank you for you time and help!


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