We model photons as being rigid bodies. Based only on Newtonian mechanics, we;reproduce numerically the Fresnel Diffraction Experiment. In this way, a large number of rigid bodies;are thrown against a single slit. The rigid bodies used are spherical and their center of mass and;centroid are not coincident. Thus, each rigid body describes a cycloid (presenting amplitude;frequency and phase – as well as the DeBroglie wave). The numerical results indicate a wave pattern;relatively similar to those achieved by experimental results. Different apertures and depths of the slit;were tested.

Keywords: Rigid Bodies, Collisions, Diffraction, Fresnel, Light, Laser

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