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Re: [Question #676507]: capability of simulating angular rigid particles (polyhedral) with YADE


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Mahdeyeh posted a new comment:
Hi Bruno
thank you, I hadn`t seen your first message.

   > do not "rewrite history" by editing thread titles and question descriptions.
    > the original question (now erased, please don't do that)
    I don`t know that I shouldn`t edit my subject and question, I apologize and if it is necessary I can rewrite the original question? 

    > What is this? :
     That meant if in YADE we don`t have polyhedral particles, what is described in these links?  

As you said with PFacets I can simulate angular rigid particles (Rigid and convex blocks {polyhedral}) for being able to model tightly interlocked, low porosity assemblies?  I wish this. I have n`t read your article yet.

   > yade can do everything - even prepare coffee - and it is more
efficient than any software from the past, present, and future. :)

    I hope your saying is correct because I like to do my PhD thesis
with YADE. ;)


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