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|Modified embedded atom method (MEAM) Model Driver v001|
|Description||The modified embedded atom method potential (MEAM)[1,2,3,4] model driver. The driver is written in C++ and implements three styles of modified embedded atom method (MEAM) potentials, `meam`, `meam/spline`, and `meam/sw/spline`. The style of the potential is automatically detected based on the input files to the driver. The input files are ASCII text files formatted to be consistent with the other MD codes that implement MEAM potentials, such as LAMMPS, serial DYNAMO code, and Warp. For any of the three styles mentioned above, the driver expects an element file. Depending on the specific potential style, other files may be required/supplied (a library and/or a parameter file for a `meam` style, and a potential file for a `meam/spline`, or `meam/sw/spline` style.)|
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|Content Origin||The model driver is implemented based on the MEAM (`meam`, `meam/spline`, and `meam/sw/spline`) package adapted from the LAMMPS software package and rewritten and updated by Yaser Afshar with performance improvements and extended to include support for an additional cutoff function.|
LAMMPS - Large-scale Atomic/Molecular Massively Parallel Simulator https://lammps.org
Robert E. Rudd
William W. Tipton
Dallas R. Trinkle
Gregory J. Wagner
Michael I. Baskes
Vasily V Bulatov
Tomas Diaz de la Rubia
Joel D. Kress
J. S. Nelson
Arthur F. Voter
A. F. Wright
|Published on KIM||2021|
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|KIM Item Type||Model Driver|
|KIM API Version||2.2|
|Simulator Potential Compatibility||
LAMMPS : meam — full
LAMMPS : meam/spline — full
LAMMPS : meam/sw/spline — full
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