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magnetización malla

English translation: the energy and magnetisation of the lattice

19:54 Jun 26, 2018
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Science - Physics / spin systems
Spanish term or phrase: magnetización malla
Es manifiesto que entre menos aproximaciones se realicen en el cálculo de una magnitud, se estrecha la dispersión en la magnitud. Por esta razón, se ha calculado los valores de la energía y la magnetización de malla al final de cada MCS. Se suma la energía de cada uno de los espines por primeros vecinos y se suma la magnetización de cada espín
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English translation:the energy and magnetisation of the lattice
Explanation:
I don't think the term you're looking for is magnetización malla, but magnetización de malla (i.e. magnetisation of something)

I think this Monte Carlo Simulation is implementing a method called the Ising model. The numerical simulation is performed for a 2 or 3D lattice of points, and the energy and magnetisation are summed for all points in that lattice at the end of each cycle of calculation.

I think the final sentence gives a hint, as each particle in the lattice will have a spin, and the magnetisation is summed for each spin (i.e. each particle in the lattice with a spin.

The term "magnetisation of the lattice" itself is used on page 2 of these notes:
https://notendur.hi.is/jeg1/Ising.pdf

This pdf also explains a bit more about the procedure I think they are following:
http://web.mit.edu/krish_s/www/files/ising_Model.pdf
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John Druce
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Local time: 19:11
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4 +2the energy and magnetisation of the lattice
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la energía y la magnetización de malla
the energy and magnetisation of the lattice


Explanation:
I don't think the term you're looking for is magnetización malla, but magnetización de malla (i.e. magnetisation of something)

I think this Monte Carlo Simulation is implementing a method called the Ising model. The numerical simulation is performed for a 2 or 3D lattice of points, and the energy and magnetisation are summed for all points in that lattice at the end of each cycle of calculation.

I think the final sentence gives a hint, as each particle in the lattice will have a spin, and the magnetisation is summed for each spin (i.e. each particle in the lattice with a spin.

The term "magnetisation of the lattice" itself is used on page 2 of these notes:
https://notendur.hi.is/jeg1/Ising.pdf

This pdf also explains a bit more about the procedure I think they are following:
http://web.mit.edu/krish_s/www/files/ising_Model.pdf


    https://notendur.hi.is/jeg1/Ising.pdf
    Reference: http://web.mit.edu/krish_s/www/files/ising_Model.pdf
John Druce
Spain
Local time: 19:11
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agree  Robin Levey: Good catch!
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