The disc random packing problem: a disorder criterion and an explicit solution

@inproceedings{Blumenfeld2021TheDR,
  title={The disc random packing problem: a disorder criterion and an explicit solution},
  author={Raphael Blumenfeld},
  year={2021}
}
Predicting the densest random disc packing fraction is an unsolved paradigm problem relevant to a number of disciplines and technologies. One difficulty is that it is ill-defined without setting a criterion for the disorder. Another is that the density depends on the packing protocol and the multitude of possible protocol parameters has so far hindered a general solution. A new approach is proposed here. After formulating a well-posed form of the general protocol-independent problem for planar… Expand

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