Hi Gael, thanks for your email. Somehow question #694548 slipped through the cracks so I didn't follow the discussion. Indeed, there is a problem on how forces are distributed. I will have to look into this. In the meantime, it would be excellent if you could share your solution, best is to push your changes to your fork on gitlab if you have one. Then send me the link and I will have a look. Or you could send me the files you changed via email.
Thanks, Klaus On Wed, Feb 24, 2021 at 7:59 AM Gael Lorieul <gael.lori...@woodtechms.com> wrote: > Hi 😊️ > > It has been a long time… > > I have come accross thread #694548 on the "Yade-users" mailing list (from > January 2021), which concerned unphysical collisions between PFacets (the > dynamics of the rebound does not correspond to what one's physical/common > sense would expect). > > I wanted to share that I encountered a very similar issue but with > gridConnection objects (I work with cylinders), and that I found a > solution. The latter should be easily extendible both to PFacet/PFacet and > PFacet/gridConnection collisions (although I only tested > gridConnection/gridConnection collisions). I am not sure how elegant or > computationally efficient it is, but it has given me good results on the > (very few) simulations I have tested it on. > > I initially wanted to test my solution on full-scale simulations before > submiting it to the Yade code base, so as to present a code that is robust > and mature. But as it has been almost a full year since then (the company I > work for gave me assignments other than DEM), I feel that perhaps I should > reach out for other ways to share this information… > > This implies that although I am quite confident of my fix, I am not 100% > certain either… > > Perhaps a first step would be for me to present what I have found, and how > my fix works? I am not sure as to where to present it: This mailing list? > Thread #694548? You tell me 😉️ > > Gaël > > > PS: I have started to re-implement my solution in yade e07e530 (26 Nov > 2020) (my previous implementation was based on yade 1b4ae97 (8 Feb 2020)). > Hopefully the work I do on e07e530 will not be difficult to port to the > latest yade versions… (It seems the yade project started using clang-format > (or similar tool) sometime between e07e530 and 1b4ae97 so `diff` outputs > half the file: not very helpful… 😆️) > > PS2: Could thread #695558 be also concerned by this same uncorrect > physical behavior? > > PS3: I hope that I am not colliding with Bruno's work on the subject > (according to Bruno's e-mail of Tue, 12 Jan 2021 07:50:51) > > _______________________________________________ > Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~yade-dev > Post to : email@example.com > Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~yade-dev > More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp >
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