Rigidity loss in disordered systems : three scenarios

W.G. Ellenbroek, V.F. Hagh, Avishek Kumar, M.F. Thorpe, M. van Hecke

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We reveal significant qualitative differences in the rigidity transition of three types of disordered network materials: randomly diluted spring networks, jammed sphere packings, and stress-relieved networks that are diluted using a protocol that avoids the appearance of floppy regions. The marginal state of jammed and stress-relieved networks are globally isostatic, while marginal randomly diluted networks show both overconstrained and underconstrained regions. When a single bond is added to or removed from these isostatic systems, jammed networks become globally overconstrained or floppy, whereas the effect on stress-relieved networks is more local and limited. These differences are also reflected in the linear elastic properties and point to the highly effective and unusual role of global self-organization in jammed sphere packings.
TaalEngels
Artikelnummer135501
Pagina's135501-1/5
Aantal pagina's5
TijdschriftPhysical Review Letters
Volume114
Nummer van het tijdschrift13
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 1 apr 2015

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Ellenbroek, W. G., Hagh, V. F., Kumar, A., Thorpe, M. F., & van Hecke, M. (2015). Rigidity loss in disordered systems : three scenarios. Physical Review Letters, 114(13), 135501-1/5. [135501]. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.114.135501
Ellenbroek, W.G. ; Hagh, V.F. ; Kumar, Avishek ; Thorpe, M.F. ; van Hecke, M./ Rigidity loss in disordered systems : three scenarios. In: Physical Review Letters. 2015 ; Vol. 114, Nr. 13. blz. 135501-1/5
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Rigidity loss in disordered systems : three scenarios. / Ellenbroek, W.G.; Hagh, V.F.; Kumar, Avishek; Thorpe, M.F.; van Hecke, M.

In: Physical Review Letters, Vol. 114, Nr. 13, 135501, 01.04.2015, blz. 135501-1/5.

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Ellenbroek WG, Hagh VF, Kumar A, Thorpe MF, van Hecke M. Rigidity loss in disordered systems : three scenarios. Physical Review Letters. 2015 apr 1;114(13):135501-1/5. 135501. Beschikbaar vanaf, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.114.135501