Researchers use computer simulations to uncover novel atomic configurations of layered materials used in electronics and energy storage.
A specially designed computational model guides the development of next-generation metal welding processes by predicting how heat affects the strength of welded joints.
By revealing how a high-performance aerospace alloy deforms under stress, a new computational model creates opportunities to improve its design and broader industrial usage.
A hybrid approach that combines classical and quantum computing may be a stepping stone to solving complex, evolving mathematical simulations.
Factoring in the conservation of mass makes simulations of two-phase flows more stable and accurate.
Simulating building-cooling louvers need not be computationally expensive, say A*STAR researchers.
In shape memory alloys, the right combination of crystal grains can achieve high strength and still retain memory
Small changes to a surfactant’s structure influence its ability to encapsulate oily molecules
A new method of modeling drug-target interactions fixes
a detrimental bias of past techniques
Modeling the growth of tiny flakes of a two-dimensional form of phosphorus could help researchers one day produce better electronics
A model that predicts the radiation pattern from patch antennas in real installations could take the guesswork out of communication device development