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Disk Collision!
This simulation displays the collision of two disks which move in a plane, under the influence of no external forces.
This is an example created for the 2003 Computer Modeling Conference , held in St. Petersburg, Russia
(C) Francisco Esquembre. Universidad de Murcia. Spain.

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