Random packing of elliptical disks


The dense packing of hard objects is a recurrent paradigm in physics, for example in early models of crystallinity, and also in theories of granular materials which are under active debate today [1, 2]. Generally speaking the objects are taken to be spheres, leading to the formulation of the Kepler Problem (what is their closest packing?) and the… (More)


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