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"Kallol Das" <> wrote in message <glstl2$5tm$>...
> Thanks Roger and David for your reply.
> I agree what you all have said. Actually I am modeling a molecular dynamics simulation. I need some sample crater functions as the input files. The momentum, velocity and other stuffs are included in my MD code. I just need some crater functions as a input to the code.

well, if you already are modeling the molecular dynamics of your surface just hit it with a point impulse and let your simulation do the work.