We perform a high-statistics simulation of the three-dimensional randomly dilute Ising model on cubic lattices L(3) with Lless than or equal to256. We choose a particular value of the density, x=0.8, for which the leading scaling corrections are suppressed. We determine the critical exponents, obtaining nu=0.683(3), eta=0.035(2), beta=0.3535(17), and alpha=-0.049(9), in agreement with previous numerical simulations. We also estimate numerically the fixed-point values of the four-point zero-momentum couplings that are used in field-theoretical fixed-dimension studies. Although these results somewhat differ from those obtained using perturbative field theory, the field-theoretical estimates of the critical exponents do not change significantly if the Monte Carlo result for the fixed point is used. Finally, we determine the six-point zero-momentum couplings, relevant for the small-magnetization expansion of the equation of state, and the invariant amplitude ratio R(xi)(+) that expresses the universality of the free-energy density per correlation volume. We find R(xi)(+)=0.2885(15).
|Titolo:||Three-dimensional randomly dilute Ising model: Monte Carlo results|
|Autori:||Calabrese P; Martin-Mayor V; Pelissetto A; Vicari E|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2003|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1103/PhysRevE.68.036136|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Journal article|