Molecular Dynamics Study On Scattering Characteristics Of Nitrogen Molecules From Platinum Surface By Molecular Beam Method

AIP ADVANCES(2020)

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Rarefied gas flow has received wide attention due to the booming of micro/nano-electromechanical systems and aerospace engineering. Under such rarefied conditions, the frequency of intermolecular collisions is sharply reduced, so the impacts of interactions between gas molecules and the wall surface on flow states become non-negligible. Owing to the complexity of theoretical research and the poor reproducibility of experimentation, molecular dynamics simulation has developed into an effective method to study the interplay between gases and solid surfaces. In this study, molecular dynamics simulations on the scattering process of nitrogen molecules from a platinum surface are conducted in a three-dimensional system. The dependences of scattering angle distributions and momentum/energy variations on the incident velocity, angles, and surface roughness are obtained. The results of this paper are not only an attempt to reveal the mechanisms of gas-surface interactions but can also be used as necessary reference data for the development of appropriate gas-surface interaction models. (C) 2020 Author(s).
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