Two-Dimensional Systems of Elongated Particles: From Diluted to Dense

  title={Two-Dimensional Systems of Elongated Particles: From Diluted to Dense},
  author={Nikolai I. Lebovka and Yuri Yu. Tarasevich},
  journal={arXiv: Disordered Systems and Neural Networks},
This chapter is devoted to the analysis of jamming and percolation behavior of two-dimensional systems of elongated particles. We consider both continuous and discrete spaces (with the special attention to the square lattice), as well the systems with isotropically deposited and aligned particles. Overviews of different analytical and computational methods and main results are presented. 

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