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Paul Mikulski
Paul Mikulski
Associate Professor, Department of Physics, United States Naval Academy
Verified email at usna.edu
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Compression of carbon nanotubes filled with C 60, CH 4, or Ne: predictions from molecular dynamics simulations
B Ni, SB Sinnott, PT Mikulski, JA Harrison
Physical review letters 88 (20), 205505, 2002
2822002
Molecular-scale tribology of amorphous carbon coatings: effects of film thickness, adhesion, and long-range interactions
GT Gao, PT Mikulski, JA Harrison
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (24), 7202-7209, 2002
2472002
Review of force fields and intermolecular potentials used in atomistic computational materials research
JA Harrison, JD Schall, S Maskey, PT Mikulski, MT Knippenberg, ...
Applied Physics Reviews 5 (3), 2018
1552018
Packing-density effects on the friction of n-alkane monolayers
PT Mikulski, JA Harrison
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (28), 6873-6881, 2001
1482001
The effects of film structure and surface hydrogen on the properties of amorphous carbon films
GT Gao, PT Mikulski, GM Chateauneuf, JA Harrison
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 107 (40), 11082-11090, 2003
1312003
Odd and even model self-assembled monolayers: links between friction and structure
PT Mikulski, LA Herman, JA Harrison
Langmuir 21 (26), 12197-12206, 2005
752005
Elucidating atomic-scale friction using molecular dynamics and specialized analysis techniques
JA Harrison, JD Schall, MT Knippenberg, G Gao, PT Mikulski
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 20 (35), 354009, 2008
612008
Contact forces at the sliding interface: Mixed versus pure model alkane monolayers
PT Mikulski, G Gao, GM Chateauneuf, JA Harrison
The Journal of chemical physics 122 (2), 2005
562005
Periodicities in the properties associated with the friction of model self-assembled monolayers
PT Mikulski, JA Harrison
Tribology Letters 10 (1), 29-35, 2001
522001
Friction between solids
JA Harrison, G Gao, JD Schall, MT Knippenberg, PT Mikulski
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2008
412008
Effect of filling on the compressibility of carbon nanotubes: predictions from molecular dynamics simulations
H Trotter, R Phillips, B Ni, Y Hu, SB Sinnott, PT Mikulski, JA Harrison
Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology 5 (4), 536-541, 2005
362005
Compression-and shear-induced polymerization in model diacetylene-containing monolayers
GM Chateauneuf, PT Mikulski, GT Gao, JA Harrison
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108 (43), 16626-16635, 2004
342004
Bond-order potentials with split-charge equilibration: Application to C-, H-, and O-containing systems
MT Knippenberg, PT Mikulski, KE Ryan, SJ Stuart, G Gao, JA Harrison
The Journal of Chemical Physics 136 (16), 2012
332012
Atomic contributions to friction and load for tip–self-assembled monolayers interactions
MT Knippenberg, PT Mikulski, BI Dunlap, JA Harrison
Physical Review B—Condensed Matter and Materials Physics 78 (23), 235409, 2008
322008
Merging bond-order potentials with charge equilibration
PT Mikulski, MT Knippenberg, JA Harrison
The Journal of chemical physics 131 (24), 2009
312009
Ultrahigh energy neutrinos and the highest energy cosmic rays
G Domokos, S Kovesi-Domokos, PT Mikulski
Arxiv preprint hep-ph/0006328, 2000
272000
Effects of tip geometry on interfacial contact forces
MT Knippenberg, PT Mikulski, JA Harrison
Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 18 (3), 034002, 2010
202010
Systematic examination of the links between composition and physical properties in surrogate fuel mixtures using molecular dynamics
S Maskey, BH Morrow, MZ Gustafson, DJL Prak, PT Mikulski, JA Harrison
Fuel 261, 116247, 2020
192020
Molecular dynamics simulations of tribology
JD Schall, PT Mikulski, GM Chateauneuf, G Gao, JA Harrison
Superlubricity, 79-102, 2007
162007
The effects of interface structure and polymerization on the friction of model self-assembled monolayers
PT Mikulski, K Van Workum, GM Chateaueuf, G Gao, JD Schall, ...
Tribology Letters 42, 37-49, 2011
112011
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