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Clinical Trial Ref No: 

ECR/4263/MH/UK/2020/RR-21

(Currently Closed)

PI: Nima Norbu Sherpa (nimnorsherpa@gmail.com)

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This is a comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art computational methods based on orbital-free formulation of density functional theory completed by the most recent developments concerning the exact properties, approximations, and interpretations of the relevant quantities in density functional theory.


An orbital free ab initio scheme for the simulation of materials is described and applications of the scheme to liquid metal systems, the solid-liquid metal interface and to clusters are presented. The scheme is based on density functional theory and first principles pseudopotentials. The electron system is described entirely in terms of the electron density - it is free of orbitals - and the main approximation is the use of an explicit but approximate density functional for the electron kinetic energy. In addition, the absence of electron orbitals means that the pseudopotential must be local. The scheme is compared and contrasted with the popular Kohn-Sham approach in which the kinetic energy is treated exactly and accurate first principles non-local pseudopotentials are used but, at great computational cost. The error in the calculated total energy is found to be acceptable for a class of systems which includes so-called simple metals and their alloys but is not restricted to these e.g. good results have been obtained for Si and Ga. For these systems the orbital free scheme allows the simulations of much larger systems than can be treated with the full Kohn-Sham approach and long molecular dynamics runs can be achieved. The scheme is useful for investigating the static and dynamic properties of liquid systems and clusters.


In this chapter we provide an overview of the recently developed coarse-graining technique for orbital-free density functional theory that enables electronic structure calculations on multi-million atoms. The key ideas involved are: (i) a local real-space formulation of orbital-free density functional theory; (ii) a finite element discretization of the formulation; (iii) a systematic means of adaptive coarse-graining of the finite-element basis set using quasi-continuum reduction. The accuracy and effectiveness of the computational technique is demonstrated by studying the energetics of mono- and di-vacancies in multi-million atom aluminum crystals.


This paper presents the exploration of hot and dense matter by using orbital-free density-functional theory for the electrons coupled with molecular dynamics for the nuclei. Equations of state, as well as structure and transport coefficients, are computed from this formalism. By treating on an equal footing both pure elements and mixtures, the microscopic properties of mixtures are directly studied which allows the verification of standard mixing rules.


Orbital-free (OF) methods promise significant speed-up of computations based on density functional theory (DFT). In this field, the development of accurate kinetic-energy density functionals remains an open question. In this chapter we review the shell-correction method (SCM, commonly known as Strutinsky's averaging method) applied originally in nuclear physics and its more recent formulation in the context of DFT [Yannouleas and Landman, Phys. Rev. B 48, 8376 (1993)]. We demonstrate the DFT-SCM method through its earlier applications to condensed-matter finite systems, including metal clusters, fullerenes, and metal nanowires. The DFT-SCM incorporates quantum mechanical interference effects and thus offers an improvement compared to the use of Thomas-Fermi-type kinetic energy density functionals in OF-DFT. 041b061a72


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