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Physical Review E
Vibrating walls, used to maintain the temperature in a granular gas, modify the system strongly. Most conspicuously, the usual one-peak velocity distribution splits into two, asymmetrically positioned. A surgical repair of the usual hydrodynamic description is presented that provides an account for, and an understanding of, the situation.doi:10.1103/physreve.88.052204 pmid:24329256 fatcat:bpazav7bqnffreufmacsule2eu