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#N canvas 352 49 574 849 10;
#X text 156 130 1 : name;
#X obj 12 785 iCircle2D;
#X text 151 193 2 : center circle X;
#X text 153 219 3 : center circle Y;
#X text 260 23 Circlular interaction;
#X text 154 52 This object sould be used for the simulation of interaction
between a collection of masse and a circle;
#X text 152 281 5 : Maximum Radius;
#X text 151 258 4 : Minimum Radius;
#X text 150 341 6 : constante Normal Force;
#X text 149 374 7 : constante tengential Force;
#X text 150 412 8 : normal rigidity;
#X text 150 430 9 : tengential rigidity;
#X text 143 492 10 : normal force proportional to 1/R;
#X text 141 512 11 : tengential force proportional to 1/R;
#X text 144 558 12 : normal damping;
#X text 142 580 13 : tengential damping;
#X text 144 614 14 : Normal displacement;
#X text 143 633 15 : Tengential displacement;
#X text 143 670 16 : link damping.;
#X text 143 731 18 : normal constant displacement;
#X text 142 753 19 : tangential constant displacement;
#X text 98 97 message to change parametter / default value / creation
arg number / description;
#X text 177 148 this is the name of the mass interacting with this
object. you can also conect the output of this object to a mass \,
to allow an interaction with this mass.;
#X msg 80 194 setX 0;
#X msg 80 219 setY 0;
#X msg 80 257 setRmin 0;
#X msg 81 281 setRmax 1;
#X text 177 236 center of the circle defining the interactor;
#X text 176 300 minimal and maximal radius of the circle. If the mass
is outside or inside this circles \, it will not interact with this
link.;
#X text 175 358 constant force normal to the circle.;
#X text 176 391 add a constant force tangential to the circle.;
#X msg 78 373 setFT 0;
#X msg 79 339 setFN 0;
#X text 175 447 normal and tangential rigidity of the circle. Forces
are proportional to the distance between the masse and the maximum
diametter of the circle.;
#X text 175 528 normal and tangential forces proportional to the 1/distance
between the masse and the center of the circle.;
#X text 174 596 normal and tangential (to the circle) damping to the
masse.;
#X text 174 649 normal and tangential displacement field.;
#X text 143 695 17 : Gravitation;
#X text 172 714 Gravitation : this is a normal force proportional to
1/R*R.;
#X msg 78 694 setG;
#X text 173 770 displace the masse if it's inside the interactor;
#X msg 78 731 setdN;
#X msg 78 750 setdT;
#X msg 79 412 setKN;
#X msg 78 431 setKT;
#X msg 78 492 setRN;
#X msg 78 514 setRT;
#X msg 80 558 setDN;
#X msg 80 582 setDT;
#X msg 80 615 setdN;
#X msg 79 636 setdT;
#X msg 78 670 setD;
#X connect 23 0 1 0;
#X connect 24 0 1 0;
#X connect 25 0 1 0;
#X connect 26 0 1 0;
#X connect 31 0 1 0;
#X connect 32 0 1 0;
#X connect 39 0 1 0;
#X connect 41 0 1 0;
#X connect 42 0 1 0;
#X connect 43 0 1 0;
#X connect 44 0 1 0;
#X connect 45 0 1 0;
#X connect 46 0 1 0;
#X connect 47 0 1 0;
#X connect 48 0 1 0;
#X connect 49 0 1 0;
#X connect 50 0 1 0;
#X connect 51 0 1 0;