From “solid” to “fluid”: Time-dependent hydrodynamic analysis of dense granular flows

Language
en
Document Type
Conference Object
Issue Date
2001-09-30
Authors
Salueña, Clara
Pöschel, Thorsten
Esipov, Sergei E.
Editor
Aref, Hassan
Phillips, James W.
Publisher
Kluwer Academic Press
ISBN
978-0-7923-7156-4
Abstract

When dealing with dense granular flows (not far above the ''fluidization point'' of the granular material), which cannot be regarded as granular gases, multiple unresolved questions arise. Many of them are related to the necessity of constructing the right framework to handle the dynamics of void occupation, which governs granular flow at high densities. This is a formidable task. However, hydrodynamic fields such as density, velocity, pressure and granular temperature, are easy to produce and study in numerical simulations of particles.

Journal Title
Mechanics for a New Millennium
Citation

@incollection{SaluenaPoeschelEsipov:2000, address = {Dortrecht}, author = {Salue{~n}a, Clara and P{"o}schel, Thorsten and Esipov, Sergei E.}, booktitle = {Mechanics for a New Millennium -- Proceedings of the 20th International Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, held in Chicago, USA, 27 August -- 2 September 2000}, editor = {Aref, Hassan and Philips, James W.}, publisher = {Kluwer}, title = {From solid'' to to fluid'': {T}ime dependent hydrodynamical analysis of dense granular flows}, year = {2000}}

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