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NIHON GAZO GAKKAISHI (Journal of the Imaging Society of Japan)
Vol. 55 (2016) No. 1 p. 33-37

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http://doi.org/10.11370/isj.55.33

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The features of OCTA (Open Computational Tool for Advanced material technology) are explained. OCTA has been developed as a simulation engine platform and several types of simulation engines especially for polymeric materials have been implemented on OCTA. The self-consistent field (SCF) theory of polymers is also explained. This theory is implemented in one of OCTA' s simulation engine named SUSHI (simulation utilities for soft and hard interfaces). Deformations of a core shell type droplet on a wall are demonstrated with SUSHI. The wetting phenomena of the droplet on the wall are confirmed.

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