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Jamming of Soft Frictionless Spheres

By Siew La Pang1, Ishan Srivastava1, Timothy S Fisher1

1. Purdue University

Predicts the jammed microstructure of an ensemble of spheres of user-defined number and size distribution

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Version 2.0 - published on 03 Sep 2014

doi:10.4231/D3DN3ZW94 cite this

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Educational - University 29 (74.36%)
Unidentified 10 (25.64%)
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Country Users
us UNITED STATES 18 (64.29%)
de GERMANY 2 (7.14%)
lt LITHUANIA 1 (3.57%)
ca CANADA 1 (3.57%)
in INDIA 1 (3.57%)
it ITALY 1 (3.57%)
ro ROMANIA 1 (3.57%)
co COLOMBIA 1 (3.57%)
dz ALGERIA 1 (3.57%)
iq IRAQ 1 (3.57%)

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CPU time 2.83 minutes 6.04 hours
Interaction Time 1.28 hours 6.82 days

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