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Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics is a program which is developed by S. Lennard-Jones (1919) and has been studied extensively by him and other researchers. The Lennard-Jones potential is used to describe the interactions between molecules in liquid systems. It has been proven to give a satisfactory description of the thermodynamic properties of simple fluids such as monatomic and diatomic gases, and water.
Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics is very useful in calculating the properties of simple liquids such as monatomic gases, water, and organic liquids. Lennard-Jones obtained the first set of partial interatomic potentials (force fields) for molecular fluids, based on numerical results from the molecular dynamics simulation of a diatomic gas. Lennard-Jones’ approach has been widely used to model liquid-state properties because of its simplicity and accuracy.
In addition, Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics variation of the system density and temperature to examine their effect on the fluid behavior as characterized by these properties.
Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics is a code that solves the classical or continuous molecular dynamics equations of motion for the description of fluid systems. It is used to perform simulations of an atomistic system consisting of a set of particles which interact pairwise with each other. The interatomic potential describes the interactions between the particles. A set of particles is characterized by a position and by the velocity. The position r i and the velocity vector v i are vectors of three elements in 3-dimensional space. At each step of the simulation, a particle is selected at random. The pairwise interaction potential energy between the selected particle and its partner, i.e. the one with the coordinates r j and v j, is determined by the Lennard-Jones interaction. The force acting on the i-th particle is computed from this potential and is used to update the position and velocity of the i-th particle.
Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics potential energy function:
In Lennard-Jones potential, the pairwise interaction energy of two particles is taken to be proportional to the inverse of the distance r ij between the centers of the two particles. The dependence on the distance is governed by a potential term. This form is given by
E ij = ∑

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Running the Lennard-Jones System:
– inputting input variables:
– c D = 0.88-0.88 = 0.0
– coefficients:
– sigma = 1.09-1.09 = 0.0
– a = 0.0-0.0 = 0.0
– starting MC simulation
– l = 3 is the number of points in the Lennard-Jones Partition
– n is the number of particles (12 in this case)
– ε is the characteristic energy scale of the interaction: ε = 1/σ
– melting, maximum value, and rms error (float.0.0001)
– rms error is a measure of how good a fit the simulation data (float.0.0001)
– temperature (Kelvin, K) (double.0.1,100.0)
– temperature (Kelvin, K) ranges from 10.0 to 1000.0
– ncols=12 for 12 particles
– time step (1/ps) (integer.0.5,5000.0)
– simulation time (ps) (integer.0.5,5000.0)
– number of simulations (integer.0.5,10.0)
– number of points in the Lennard-Jones Partition (integer.0.1,1000.0)
– starting energy (J) (double.0.0,1000.0)
– starting temperature (K) (double.0.1,100.0)
– Starting volume (L) (double.0.0,5.0)
– simulation time (ps)
– number of simulations
– number of points in the Lennard-Jones Partition
– Maximum Number of steps
– Time step
– Number of simulations
– Number of points in the Lennard-Jones Partition
– starting

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This document provides a short and concise description of Lennard-Jones molecular dynamics. Please see the document description for more details.

Software developers
All the Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics control flow is implemented in the Lennard-Jones control class. The class handles the Lennard-Jones molecule definitions and consists of an abstract class with some specific properties and an
Lennard-JonesDevice control class which is designed to handle properties for each
Lennard-Jones molecule. Both classes are derived from the abstract class and the
Lennard-JonesDevice control class can be inherited from to create a different class for each type of Lennard-Jones molecule. The Lennard-JonesDevice control class consists of property controls (property settings for different molecules) and data controls (molecular data). These controls are passed to the Lennard-Jones simulation class which is derived from the
Lennard-JonesDevice control class.

Lennard-Jones molecular dynamics simulation
This document provides a short and concise description of Lennard-Jones molecular dynamics. More details are given in the
Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics control class description.

Theoretical background
This document provides a theoretical description of Lennard-Jones fluid.

Lennard-Jones Fluid

This document describes Lennard-Jones fluid. Lennard-Jones fluid is a two-component fluid consisting of a hard-core attractive interacting pair and a larger neutralizer or solvent. The potential energy function is used to approximate the interactions between molecules. The potential energy function gives rise to the equation of state. The Lennard-Jones fluid model is widely used to describe the behavior of many different kinds of fluids. For more details see the article on Lennard-Jones fluid.

The Lennard-Jones potential energy function is derived by fitting the potential energy function to numerical data taken from the computer simulation of small clusters of Lennard-Jones fluid molecules. This potential function is used in
Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics.

Controlling properties
Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics, the properties of the fluid are controlled by various properties. Some of the properties may be set from the command line or they can be set by the user. The following properties are handled by
Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics.

The name of the parameter. If the parameter is a property of

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Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics is a molecular dynamics method for calculating the thermophysical properties of fluids. Lennard-Jones (LJ) was a student of the crystallographic chemist Irving Langmuir in the 1930s, and developed the LJ potential for use in the simulation of simple atomic and molecular systems.

LJ defines a single well potential function (an attractive square well) that is characteristic of van der Waals intermolecular forces and is thus capable of modelling non-polar fluids.
LJ for a pair of particles in the gas phase consists of an attractive potential well of depth ε and range r. The depth and range of the well are specified by two parameters, the potential energy ε and the force constant σ; together they form the LJ energy parameter.
This potential well is attractive, with a depth ε and range r. The system energy is a function of the distance between the interacting particles, which we denote by d.
The potential energy per particle can be expressed as,

where m is the particle mass, σ is the particle radius and ρ is the fluid density.

LJ has been used extensively for modeling many important thermophysical properties of fluids.
In fact, LJ model is one of the most used potential for the description of liquids in condensed matter physics.

LJ Molecular Dynamics simulation software is part of the large family of molecular dynamics packages including LAMMPS (Large-scale Atomic/Molecular Massively Parallel Simulator), UHBD (Universal Hybrid Bond Dissociation), and MPD (Massively Parallel Dissociation).

LAMMPS is the most widely used molecular dynamics software for condensed matter physics simulation.
One of the main advantages of LAMMPS is its high performance (in terms of speed). LAMMPS is the only molecular dynamics software capable of using massively parallel computing machines.

The LAMMPS molecular dynamics method is an efficient and robust method to study phenomena such as fluid structure, fluid dynamical properties, and fluid viscosity. LAMMPS is currently used in many different areas of condensed matter physics, including physical, biological, and chemical applications.

For more information, please visit the LAMMPS web site at:

Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics contains a number of parameters that may be set by the user.
These parameters are listed in the setting dialog box and shown in Table 1.

Table 1: Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics settings



Initial Velocity

The magnitude of the velocity distribution used for the initial positions of the atoms in the simulation.

Simulation Model

The type of model to be simulated. The options are:

* LAMMPS: LAMMPS is the most widely used simulation program for the


System Requirements:

* PC Windows XP/Vista/7 (32 bit or 64 bit)
* Pentium III (133 MHz or greater) Processor (Memory:
2GB or greater RAM, 2GB or greater video memory)
* Screen Resolution 1024×768 or higher
* System Disk: 9GB or greater
* Sound Card: Dolby sound or equivalent
* Mouse or compatible pointing device
* DVD/CD-ROM drive or equivalent
* DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound Card
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