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<p class="TTPAbstract">In this study, 2-dimensional Brazil nut effect experiments were setup. An intruder moves from its initial position at the middle-bottom of a container to its final position at the top of the granular bed. To predict the motion of the intruder, the number of contact points for each grain around the intruder was counted manually for grains in the first layer until the third layer. The average numbers of contact points from grains in each of 8 directions respected to thedoi:10.18502/keg.v0i0.525 fatcat:jiya2rmdmbgh3fsyuzdoywfk54