Computation of the dynamic critical exponent of the three-dimensional Heisenberg model.Phys Rev E. 2019 Dec; 100(6-1):062117.PR
Working in and out of equilibrium and using state-of-the-art techniques we have computed the dynamic critical exponent of the three-dimensional Heisenberg model. By computing the integrated autocorrelation time at equilibrium, for lattice sizes L≤64, we have obtained z=2.033(5). In the out-of-equilibrium regime we have run very large lattices (L≤250) obtaining z=2.04(2) from the growth of the correlation length. We compare our values with that previously computed at equilibrium with relatively small lattices (L≤24), with that provided by means a three-loops calculation using perturbation theory and with experiments. Finally we have checked previous estimates of the static critical exponents, η and ν, in the out-of-equilibrium regime.