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[Question #150852]: what is the difference between TriaxialTest (aperiodic) and PeriIsoCompressor (periodic)
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Thank Bruno for his reply!
Through tried these different packing, I can see the difference between them. For non-periodic version, we assume six plates to compress particles and decompress them while the radius of particle is given. But for periodic version, no plates occur, and some wire particles occur to envelop the surface of the model while the number of particle is given. If I want to obtain the ball as much as possible, which version may be better? I found that sometimes the periodic version can’t satisfy the requirement. Actually, in some cases, I can see the obvious relative big space between balls. On the other hand, using non-periodic version gets no balls and shows the errors. Sometimes, balls run away or the plates move away from the balls. Thus, I don’t only have no idea about the difference between these versions, but the satisfied model (such as the ball as much as possible in my modeling) can’t also be established. If you still don’t understand my question, please don’t hesitate to let me know.
Look forward to your reply!
Could you please ask questions via : launchpad questions:
The difference is that the non-periodic version will generate spheres
strictly inside a volume, while periodic conditions can give spheres
crossing the edges of the periodic cell.
I must say I don't completely understand your question.
On 28/03/11 05:12, Liqing Jiao wrote:
> Dear All,
> According to the interpretation about RandomDensePack, the explanation
> in Manuals is described like this "yade.pack.randomDensePack(predicate,
> radius, material=-1, dim=None, cropLayers=0, rRelFuzz=0.0,
> spheresInCell=0, memoizeDb=None, useOBB=True, memoDbg=False,
> Generator of random dense packing with given geometry properties,
> using TriaxialTest (aperiodic) or PeriIsoCompressor (periodic). The
> periodicity depens on whether the spheresInCell parameter is given."
> Even through connected with the codes in pack, I can't understand the
> difference between them yet. Besides taking time, what is other
> difference in terms of the physical means or the number of the
> particles? May I get some help from you? Thank you!
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