Study of cluster crystals with two different stochastic models and two different repulsive potentials.

Almodóvar del Pozo, Alejandro (Supervisor: Cristóbal López)
Master Thesis (2019)

We study numerically two-dimensional active cluster crystals using two different repulsive soft-core potentials. We analyse two different models of the active dynamics: active Brownian particles and Ornstein-Uhlenbeck particles. We show a tendency of particles to aggregate depending on the parameters. To compare them, we use the radial distribution function which helps to analyse the distribution of the particles inside a single cluster.

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