Molecular-dynamic simulation of water vapor interaction with suffering pore of the cylindrical type
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Federation, 141980, Dubna, Moscow region, Jolio-Curie, 6, +74962164722, firstname.lastname@example.org
1University of Prešov, str. Konštantinova 16, 080 01 Prešov, Slovakia, +421904031531, email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
Theoretical and experimental investigations of water vapour interaction with porous materials are carried out both at the macro level  and at the micro level . At the macro level, the influence of the arrangement structure of individual pores on the processes of water vapour interaction with a porous material as a continuous medium is studied. At the micro level, the dependence of the characteristics of the water vapour interaction with porous media on the geometry of the individual pore is studied.
In this paper, a study was carried out by means of mathematical modelling of the processes of water vapour interaction with suffering pore of the cylindrical type. The calculations were performed using a model of a hybrid type combining a molecular-dynamic and a macro-diffusion approach for describing water vapour interaction with an individual pore [3,4]. The processes of evolution to different equilibrium states of macroscopic characteristics of a system such as temperature, density, and pressure, depending on external conditions with respect to pore, were studied. The dependence of these processes on the pore geometry was studied.
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