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Hey All,

The simulation I am currently looking at is regarding the following paper: https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1367-2630/10/4/045030.

Let us define J = C_{3}/R^{3} (equation (2) in the paper) and let T be the simulation time until the trajectories of each particle changes by at least 20% of their initial (position) value. I am trying to study how J*T would change as a function of the initial spacing between particles and got the following graph:

My question is why there seems to be this almost band-like behavior for different spacings. Is this a physically sensible result or is it indicative of a bug in my code?

Thanks all.

The simulation I am currently looking at is regarding the following paper: https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1367-2630/10/4/045030.

Let us define J = C_{3}/R^{3} (equation (2) in the paper) and let T be the simulation time until the trajectories of each particle changes by at least 20% of their initial (position) value. I am trying to study how J*T would change as a function of the initial spacing between particles and got the following graph:

My question is why there seems to be this almost band-like behavior for different spacings. Is this a physically sensible result or is it indicative of a bug in my code?

Thanks all.