Abstract

We welcome the comments offered by Papangelo et al.[1] on our paper[2] and respond to them here. We established the percolation threshold under the effect of anisotropy and compared it with the theoretical results given by Persson et al.[3] Papangelo et al.[1] analyzed the percolation threshold problem and the underlying contact mechanism. Then, they put forward some interesting questions worth thinking about.

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