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SMM100, Rutgers, December 2008

B. Schmittmann

Twenty five years after KLSa celebration of non-equilibrium statistical mechanicsR. K. P. Zia

Physics Department, Virginia Tech,

Blacksburg, Virginia, USA

Many here at SMM100

supported in part by

Journal of Statistical Physics, 34, 497 (1984)

What’s KLS?and 25 years after?

Outline

- Overview/Review (devoted to students and newcomers)
- What’s the context of KLS? ………….…….………Why study these systems?
- Driven Ising Lattice Gas (the “standard” model - KLS) ………….and Variations
- Novel properties: many surprises…
……some understood, much yet to be understood

Outline

- Over/Review – what did we learn?
- Outlook – what else can we look forward to?

What’s the context of KLS? Why study these systems?

- Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics
- detailed balance respecting/violating dynamics
- t-dependent phenomena vs. “being stuck”
- stationary states with d.b.v. dynamics
- non-trivial probability currents and through-flux …….of energy, matter (particles), etc.
- ps: Master equation approach, detailed balance, & Kolmogorov criterion

P*,P*

∂tP(C , t)= Σ { R(C C) P(C , t) R(C C ) P(C , t) }

C .

What’s the context of KLS? Why study these systems?

- Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics
- Fundamental issue:
Systems innon-equilibrium steady states cannot be understood in the Boltzmann-Gibbs framework.

What’s the new game in town?

What’s the context of KLS?Why study these systems?

- Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics
- Physics of many systems “all around us”
- fast ionic conductors (KLS)
- micro/macro biological systems
- vehicular/pedestrian traffic, granular flow
- social/economic networks

What’s the context of KLS?Why study these systems?

Perhaps we can gain some insight through

SIMPLE systems, like the Ising model

- Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics
- Physics of many systems “all around us”

But, real life is VERY COMPLEX!

What’s the original KLS?

- Take a simple interacting many-particle system…
(Ising model – lattice gas version, for the ions)

- Drive it far from thermal equilibrium…
(by an external DC “electric” field)

- Does anything “new” show up ?

e.g., Ising lattice gas (2-d, Onsager)

C : { n(x,y) } with n = 0,1

H(C) = J x,an(x) n(x+a)

+ periodic boundary condtions (PBC)

Over/Review

Ising Lattice Gas- Take a well-known equilibriumsystem…

Ising Lattice Gas

- Take a well-known equilibriumsystem,
- evolving with a simple dynamics…

…going fromC toC with ratesR(C C ) that obey detailed balance:

R(C C ) / R(C C) =exp[{H(C ) H(C)}/kT ]

…so that, in long times, the system is described by the Boltzmann distribution:

P*(C) exp [ H(C) / kT ]

Go with rate e2J/kT

Just go!

Over/Review

Ising Lattice Gas- Take a well-known equilibriumsystem,
- evolving with a simple dynamics…

R(C C ) / R(C C) =exp[{H(C ) H(C)}/kT ]

…one favorite R is Metropolis, e.g.,

Go with rate emga/kT

g

Just go!

Over/Review

Driven Ising Lattice Gas- Take a well-known equilibriumsystem
- Drive it far from thermal equilibrium…..... (by some additional external force, so particles suffer biased diffusion.)

e.g., effects of gravity (uniform field)

a - lattice spacing J=0 case

- Can’t have PBC !!
- Get to equilibrium with ……………extra potential term… NOTHING new!

Go with rate e(E-2J)/kT

E

Just go!

T

E

Over/Review

Driven Ising Lattice Gas- Take a well-known equilibriumsystem
- Drive it far from thermal equilibrium…..... (by some additional external force, so particles suffer biased diffusion.)

- PBC possible with “electric” field, E(non-potential, rely on tB)

LOTS of

surprises!

unit “charge” and a with E > 2J

E tends to break bonds

T tends to satisfy bonds

In most cases, this is not easy to see!

In this case, it has to do with the PBC.

Irreversible K loops are global!

Over/Review

Driven Ising Lattice GasHow does this differ from the equilibriumcase?

- Dynamics violates detailed balance.
- System goes into non-equilibrium steady state:
- non-trivial particle current and
- energy through-flux.

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

How does this differ from the equilibriumcase?

- Dynamics violates detailed balance.
- System goes into non-equilibrium steady state
- Stationary distribution, P*(C) , exists…
- ...but very different from Boltzmann.

A simple, exactly solvable, example:

half filled, 24 lattice

Largest P normalized to unity

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

How does this differ from the equilibriumcase?

- Dynamics violates detailed balance.
- System goes into non-equilibrium steady state
- Stationary distribution, P*(C) , exists… ……………....but very different from Boltzmann.
- Usual fluctuation-dissipation theorem violated.

- Even simpler example: 23 (E=)
- “specific heat” –U has a peak at n3 /4J
- energy fluctuations U2 monotonic in

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

How does this differ from the equilibriumcase?

- Dynamics violates detailed balance.
- System goes into non-equilibrium steady state
- Stationary distribution, P*(C) , exists… ……………....but very different from Boltzmann.
- Usual fluctuation-dissipation theorem violated.
- The manysurprisesthey bring!!

disordered

ordered

E

Over/Review

Driven Ising Lattice GasThe surprises they bring!!

- breakdown of well founded intuition
for example, consider phase diagram:

KLS

Lenz-Ising,

Onsager

Guesses based on energy-entropy intuition.

Over/Review

What’s your bet?Tc goes up!!

My first guess…

… just go into co-moving frame!

These possible if E has components along all axes

Over/Review

Worse … details depend on microscopics:E along one axis

Yet…

qualitative behaviour is the same for DC drive, AC, or random drives !!

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

The surprises they bring!!

- breakdown of well founded intuition
- negative responses (E “adds” noise ~ higher T ; but …)

‘‘Freezing by heating’’

H. E. Stanley, Nature 404, 718(2000)

“ Getting more by pushing less ” RKPZ, E.L. Praestgaard, and O.G. Mouritsen

American Journal of Physics70, 384 (2002)

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

The surprises they bring!!

- breakdown of well founded intuition
- negative responses
- generic long range correlations: r –d (all T > Tc )
- related to generic discontinuity singularity in S(k)
- related to number fluctuations in a window is ……………….. geometry/orientation dependent
- traced to generic violation of FDT

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

The surprises they bring!!

- breakdown of well founded intuition
- negative responses
- generic long range correlations: r –d (all T not near Tc )
- anisotropic scaling & new universality classes, e.g.,
dc = 5 [3]for uniformly [randomly] driven case

K.t. Leung and J.L. Cardy (1986)

H.K. Janssen and B. Schmittmann (1986)

B. Schmittmann and RKPZ (1991)

B. Schmittmann (1993)

Fixed point violates detailed balance: “truly NEq”

Mostly confirmed by simulations, though a controversy lingers!

J. Marro, P. Garrido, …

Fixed point satisfies detailed balance:

Equilibrium “restored under RG”

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

The surprises they bring!!

- breakdown of well founded intuition
- negative responses
- generic long range correlations: r –d (all T not near Tc )
- new universality classes
- anomalous interfacial properties, e.g.,
G(q) ~ q –0.67[1/(|q|+c)] for uniformly [randomly] driven case

interfacial widths do not diverge with L !

1/q2

K.t. Leung and RKPZ (1993)

meaning/existence of surface tension unclear!

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

The surprises they bring!!

- breakdown of well founded intuition
- negative responses
- generic long range correlations: r –d (all T not near Tc )
- new universality classes
- anomalous interfacial properties
- new ordered states if PBC SPBC, OBC

reminder: Interesting, new, but understandable, phenomena

shift = 5

shift = 20

20

Over/Review

DILG with Shifted PBC

J.L Valles, K.-t. Leung, RKPZ (1989)

100x100 T = 0.8 E = ∞

“similar” to equilibrium Ising

SINGLE strip, multiple winding

meaning/existence of surface tension unclear!

DILG with Shifted PBC

T=0.7 72x36 shift = 6

M.J. Anderson, PhD thesis Virginia Tech (1998)

DILG with Open BC

D. Boal, B. Schmittmann, RKPZ (1991)

100x200

100x100 T = 0.7 E = 2J

Fill first row

“ICICLES”

instead of strips

How many icicles if system is really long and thin?

Empty last row

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

The surprises they bring!!

- breakdown of well founded intuition
- negative responses
- generic long range correlations: r –d (all T not near Tc )
- new universality classes
- anomalous interfacial properties
- new ordered states if PBC SPBC, OBC
- complex phase separation dynamics

Coarsening in DILG

F.J. Alexander. C.A. Laberge, J.L. Lebowitz, RKPZ (1996)

“Inverted” icicles, or “Toll plaza effect”…

… but, modified Cahn-Hilliard eqn. leads to “icicles”!

- no simple dynamic scaling
- transverse and longitudinal exponents differ

128x256

in

512x1024

t = 1K MCS

t = 10K MCS

t = 5K MCS

T = 0.6 E = 0.7J

can modify rules of DILG to get icicles

cannot modify Cahn-Hilliard to get toll plazas

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

The surprises they bring!!

- breakdown of well founded intuition
- …need new intuition/paradigm…

How about if we look at

even simpler versions of KLS?

How about if we follow Ising? and consider d = 1 systems?

One way forward is

to studymany other, similar systems

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

The surprises continue…

- E = 0 J≠ 0 d = 1,2 (Lenz-Ising, Onsager, Lee-Yang, …)
- E > 0 J >0 d = 2 KLS
- E > 0 J >0 d = 1
- lose anisotropy (no SPBC)
- stationary distribution still unknown
- no ordered state at low T for PBC
- non-trivial states for OBC

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

The surprises continue…

- E = 0 J≠ 0 d = 1,2 (Lenz-Ising, Onsager, Lee-Yang, …)
- E > 0 J >0 d = 2 KLS
- E > 0 J =0 d = 1 Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process
- E=∞ J =0 d = 1 Totally ASEP (Spitzer 1970)
- for PBC, P* trivial, but dynamics non-trivial (Spohn,…)
- for OBC, P* non-trivial (Derrida, Mukamel, Schütz,…)
- …boundary induced phases (Krug,…)

(G. Schütz,…, H. Widom)

Driven Ising Lattice Gas

The surprises continue…

- E = 0 J≠ 0 d = 1,2 (Lenz-Ising, Onsager, Lee-Yang, …)
- E > 0 J >0 d = 2 KLS
- E > 0 J =0 d = 1 Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process
- E=∞ J =0 d = 1 Totally ASEP (Spitzer 1970)
- for PBC, P* trivial, but dynamics non-trivial (Spohn,…)
- for OBC, P* non-trivial (1992: Derrida, Mukamel, Schütz,…)
- …boundary induced phases (1991: Krug,…)

d = 1 DILG

- HUGE body of literature on ASEP and TASEP!!
- Many exact results; much better understood
- Nevertheless, there are still many surprises
- Topic for a whole conference … not just the next 5 minutes!

What can we look forward to?

Other Driven Systems- Various drives:
- AC or random E field (more accessible experimentally)
- Two (or more) temperatures (as in cooking)
- Open boundaries (as in real wires)
- Mixture of Glauber/Kawasaki dynamics (e.g., bio-motors)

Other Driven Systems

- Various drives
- Multi-species:
- Two species (e.g., for ionic conductors, bio-motors,…)
Baseline Study: driven in opposite directions, with “no” interactions

“American football, Barber poles, and Clouds”

- Pink model (with 10 or more species) for bio-membranes

- Two species (e.g., for ionic conductors, bio-motors,…)

Other Driven Systems

- Various drives
- Multi-species
- Anisotropic interactions and jump rates
- Layered compounds
- Lamella amphiphilic structures.

Other Driven Systems

- Various drives
- Multi-species
- Anisotropic interactions and jump rates
- Quenched impurities

Take-home message:

Many-body systems, with very simple constituents and rules-of-evolution (especially “non-equilibrium” rules),

often display a rich variety of complex and amazing behavior.

Atoms and E&M+gravity

- Lots of exciting things yet to be discovered and understood:
- in driven lattice gases (just tip of iceberg here)
- in other non-equilibrium steady states (e.g., reaction diffusion)
- in full dynamics

- Many possible applications (biology, chemistry, …, sociology, economics,… )
- A range of methods (from simple MC to rigorous proofs)

Come, join the party, and…