**and another question is**

**Thank you,**

**Kind regards,**

**Selcuk**

**and another question is**

**Thank you,**

**Kind regards,**

**Selcuk**

Hello there,

I am modelling graphite using airebo potential. As you know graphite has a

thermal conductivity parameter and my question is in order to model the k

(thermal conductivity) correctly, is timestep affect the k? if so, according

to what, should I choose the timestep?

what makes you think that the length of the time step would affect

(ballistic) thermal conductivity?

and another question is I want to know whether LAMMPS is able to simulate

electroosmotic flow or not? how about Electric Double Layer(EDL)?

i think you are asking the wrong question. yes, in principle both is possible,

but whether it would work for the specific kind of problem that you may have

in mind, is impossible to say. what can be done in LAMMPS is restricted by

having sufficiently accurate potentials and by having sufficient computer

power available (and the knowledge how to use it well).

cheers,

axel.