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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Mikhail Slutskii
Analysis of Percolation Properties of Random Sequential Adsorption Patterns of K-mers on a Square Lattice
Applied Mathematics
(Bachelor’s programme)
9
2018
This research is aimed at studying the behavior of percolation and jamming thresholds for isotropic random sequential adsorption samples by means of numerical simulations. Mostly large linear k-mers on a square lattice with periodic boundary conditions are considered. For simulating the process, an efficient in terms of memory and speed algorithm is presented. The goal is to verify previous results [1] and to obtain the ratio of percolation and jamming concentrations for lengths of k-mer up to 2^14.

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