A jamming plane of sphere packings

@article{Jin2021AJP,
  title={A jamming plane of sphere packings},
  author={Yuliang Jin and H. Yoshino},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences},
  year={2021},
  volume={118}
}
Significance Jamming is a ubiquitous phenomenon that occurs when the viscosity diverges or the rigidity emerges in many soft matter systems, such as granular materials, glasses, foams, colloidal suspensions, emulsions, and polymers. Jamming of frictionless spheres is also closely related to the sphere packing and optimization problems. In practice, jammed packings can be obtained by various ways, among which, compression and shear are two widely employed protocols. Here, we demonstrate that… Expand
Critical Scaling of Compression-Driven Jamming of Frictionless Spheres

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