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  1. Kranz, W. T., O. Coquand, O. D'Angelo Understanding Dense Granular Flow from First Principles Sci. Talks 3, 100049 (2022)
  2. D'Angelo, O., F. Kuthe, S.-J. Liu, R. Wiedey, J. M. Bennet, M. Meisnar, A. Barnes, W. T. Kranz, T. Voigtmann, A. Meyer A gravity-independent powder-based additive manufacturing process tailored for space applications Addit. Manuf. 47, 102349 (2021); arXiv:2102.09815
  3. Coquand, O., M. Sperl, W. T. Kranz Integration through transients approach to the μ(I) rheology PRE 102, 032602 (2020); arXiv:2006.04151
  4. Kranz, W. T., F. Frahsa, A. Zippelius, M. Fuchs, M. Sperl Integration through transients for inelastic hard sphere fluids PRF 5, 024305 (2020); arXiv:1710.04475
  5. Kranz, W. T., R. Golestanian Trail-Mediated Self-Interaction JCP 150, 214111 (2019); arXiv:1811.05805
  6. Kranz, W. T., F. Frahsa, A. Zippelius, M. Fuchs, M. Sperl Rheology of inelastic hard spheres at finite density and shear rate, PRL 121, 148002 (2018); arXiv:1710.04452
  7. Gelimson, A., K. Zhao, C. K. Lee, W. T. Kranz, G. C. L. Wong and R. Golestanian, Multicellular self-organization of P. aeruginosa due to interactions with secreted trails, PRL 117, 178102 (2016); arXiv:1607.06860
  8. Kranz, W. T., A. Gelimson, K. Zhao, G. C. L. Wong and R. Golestanian, Effective dynamics of Microorganisms That Interact with Their Own Trail, PRL 117, 038101 (2016); arXiv:1504.06814
  9. Kranz, W. T., M. Sperl and A. Zippelius, The Glass Transition in Driven Granular Fluids: A Mode-Coupling Approach, PRE 87, 022207 (2013); arXiv:1212.1588
  10. Sperl, M., W. T. Kranz and A. Zippelius, Single-Particle Dynamics in Dense Granular Fluids under Driving, EPL 98, 28001 (2012); arXiv:1201.5775
  11. Kranz, W. T., M. Sperl and A. Zippelius, Glass Transition for Driven Granular Fluids, PRL 104, 225701 (2010); arXiv:1002.2150
  12. Kranz, W. T., N. V. Brilliantov, Th. Pöschel and A. Zippelius, Correlation of spin and velocity in the homogeneous cooling state of a granular gas of rough particles, EPJ ST 179, 91 (2009); arXiv:0808.1952
  13. Uecker, H., W. T. Kranz, T. Aspelmeier and A. Zippelius, Partitioning of Energy in Highly Polydisperse Granular Gases, PRE 80, 041303 (2009); arXiv:0906.0482
  14. Brilliantov, N. V., Th. Pöschel, W. T. Kranz and A. Zippelius, Translations and rotations are correlated in granular gases, PRL 98, 28001 (2007); arXiv:cond-mat/0609213
  1. Coquand, O., W. T. Kranz, M. Sperl Granular rheology: a tale of three time scales submitted to JoR; arXiv:2008.05931
  2. Önder, K., M. Sperl, W. T. Kranz Asymptotically Exact Solution of the Fredrickson-Andersen Model submitted to PRL; arXiv:1902.06537
  1. Kranz, W. T. Comment on “Explicit Analytical Solution for Random Close Packing in d = 2 and d = 3”; arXiv:2204.13901
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