# On the modeling, simulation, and visualization of many-body dynamics problems with friction and contact

@inproceedings{Heyn2013OnTM, title={On the modeling, simulation, and visualization of many-body dynamics problems with friction and contact}, author={Toby Heyn}, year={2013} }

- Published 2013

As available memory size and computational speeds increase, engineers increasingly rely on computer simulation for design and analysis tasks, possibly in place of physical experiments. However, simulation capabilities are sometimes inadequate to capture phenomena of interest. This problem is especially evident when simulating the dynamics of many-body systems that may contain hundreds of thousands or millions of discrete rigid bodies interacting through contact, impact, or mutual constraints… CONTINUE READING

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