A possibility of simulating the structure of real nanomaterials in the elliptical Riemannian space is discussed. It is shown that the experimentally determined parameters of nanomaterials are quite consistent with the simulation patterns. The results of computer simulations and experimental modeling of non-linear processes in solids using the geometrical method and interpretation of the model design patterns are presented. Basically new options of using non-Euclidian models of crystal structures for solving the materials science problems are demonstrated.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Physics and Astronomy(all)