# Difference between revisions of "One-dimensional Brownian motion"

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[[Virtual laboratory]] > Heat input > [[One-dimensional Brownian motion | into a particle]] <HR> | [[Virtual laboratory]] > Heat input > [[One-dimensional Brownian motion | into a particle]] <HR> | ||

− | This demonstration stand | + | This demonstration stand models continuous heating of a set of particles (the Brownian motion). |

<math>d \dot u = -\eta \dot u \, dt - \omega u \, dt + b p \sqrt{dt}</math> | <math>d \dot u = -\eta \dot u \, dt - \omega u \, dt + b p \sqrt{dt}</math> |

## Revision as of 01:06, 9 June 2016

Virtual laboratory > Heat input >**into a particle**

This demonstration stand models continuous heating of a set of particles (the Brownian motion).

where

is the specific viscosity, is the variance, is the stiffness.