Percolation of sticks: Effect of stick alignment and length dispersity

@article{Tarasevich2018PercolationOS,
  title={Percolation of sticks: Effect of stick alignment and length dispersity},
  author={Yuri Yu. Tarasevich and Andrei V. Eserkepov},
  journal={Physical Review E},
  year={2018}
}
Using Monte Carlo simulation, we studied the percolation of sticks, i.e. zero-width rods, on a plane paying special attention to the effects of stick alignment and their length dispersity. The stick lengths were distributed in accordance with log-normal distributions, providing a constant mean length with different widths of distribution. Scaling analysis was performed to obtain the percolation thresholds in the thermodynamic limits for all values of the parameters. Greater alignment of the… 

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