Analysis of the Wall Force on the Bubble Collapse of the Benzamide Based on Molecular Dynamics Simulation
Keywords:Molecular dynamics simulation, Bubble collapse, Benzamide model, Factor parameters, Wall forces
The cavitation damage of the pollutant wall caused by shock wave and microjet in the process of bubble collapse has attracted widespread attention from scholars. However, many researches focus on bubble collapse from the macroscopic experimental point of view, the dynamics of which is still not clear. In this paper, it constructs bubbles with different radii, runs different models under different compressive strain rates, takes the pressure on the upper and lower walls of pollutants as the research target, and summarizes the influence of compressive strain rates, initial radius of bubbles and temperatures on the release pressure of bubble collapse on the pollutant wall. The results show that: as the initial radius of bubbles increase, the maximum pressure on the upper and lower walls of benzamide increases first and then decreases. The pressure release rate of bubble increases with the increase of the compressive strain rate. Based on the pressure on the upper and lower wall surfaces of the benzamide, the temperature and initial radius of the bubble have a large influence, and the influence of the compressive strain rate is small. Under the simulation conditions of the paper, when bubble collapse is used to release energy to treat pollutants, the recommended bubble radius is 10-15 Å. The paper not only reveals the influence of the initial radius of the bubble, the compressive strain rate and the temperature on the pressure released by the bubble collapse on the pollutant wall, but also provides theoretical guidance for the application of cavitation.