S K Sinha
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 13 Issue 4 October 1979 pp 367-371 Liquids
A cluster expansion theory, in which the quantum hard sphere system is taken as a reference system and the attractive interactions as a perturbation, is applied to calculate the equilibrium properties of the square-well fluid in the semiclassical limit. The radial distribution function and direct correlation function are obtained using the exponential approximation. The isothermal compressibility is also evaluated.
Volume 18 Issue 1 January 1982 pp 17-24 Statistical Physics
A simple theory, based on the physical interpretation of the reciprocal of activity, is developed to evaluate the thermodynamic properties of a two-dimensional fluid in the semi-classical limit. The theory is applied to calculate the quantum corrections to the equation of state and excess free energy of two-dimensional fluids, whose molecules interact
Volume 20 Issue 4 April 1983 pp 327-337 Statistical Mechanics
The radial distribution function (
Volume 23 Issue 1 July 1984 pp 79-90 Statistical Physics
Analytic expressions for the thermodynamic properties of a classical two-dimensional square-well fluid and the first quantum correction to them are derived using the Barker-Henderson perturbation theory. Numerical results are reported. It is found that the quantum effect, which increases with increase of density, is largely determined by the hard-core and the attractive tail has a minor effect at high density.
Volume 25 Issue 6 December 1985 pp 733-743 Liquids
Using the Wigner-Kirkwood expansion and bare Lennard-Jones (
Volume 28 Issue 4 April 1987 pp 343-353 Statistical Physics
Thermodynamic properties of molecular fluid mixtures of hard ellipsoids are calculated. Numerical results are given for equation of state and excess-free energy of the binary mixture of both additive and non-additive hard ellipsoids. It is found that the equation of state and free energy of mixtures increase with increase of anisotropy parameter
Volume 31 Issue 4 October 1988 pp 289-307 Liquids
Derivation of the thermodynamic properties of fluids of hard non-spherical molecules of arbitrary symmetry is based on the decoupling approximation. Theoretical expressions are given and calculations made for the equation of state and virial coefficients for hard ellipsoids. These results are compared with Monte Carlo values and show fair agreement in all cases. The theoretical predictions for the equation of state for binary mixtures are compared with the Monte Carlo results for hard spheres and hard prolate spherocylinders. Theoretical expressions for the first order quantum correction to the free energy, pressure and virial coefficients are also given. The quantum effects increase with increase of density and with increase of anisotropy parameter.
Volume 34 Issue 2 February 1990 pp 123-131
The perturbation theory with non-spherical reference system is used for molecular fluid with angle-dependent square-well type potential. Simple analytic expressions are given for the thermodynamic properties such as the equation of state, excess free energy per particle, internal energy and internal heat capacity. The effects of anisotropy on the thermodynamic properties are discussed. The anisotropy effects increase with increase of density and decrease of temperature and depends on the anisotropy parameter
Volume 35 Issue 5 November 1990 pp 473-483
The Barker-Henderson perturbation theory is used for a ν-dimensional fluid with square-well potential. Analytic expressions are given for the equation of state, excess free energy per particle and internal energy. The numerical results are discussed. A significant feature is the increase of the thermodynamic properties with increasing dimensionality.
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