Reducing Model Study Time and Improving Reliability
Historically, the majority of effort expended in computer modeling of physical systems has gone into the numerical algorithms used in the computer programs. Other aspects of modeling have...

Studying Mixed Granular Flows by Image Analysis

Segregation in Hopper Flows

Deposition of Particles from a Vertical Jet

Micromechanical Modelling for Granular Materials

Deformation Patterns in Biaxial Shear of Particulates

A Note on the Incipient Motion of Sediment Particles

Macroscopic Constitutive Behavior of Clays from Microscopic Considerations

A Heuristic Model for Particle Entrainment into Suspension

Uncertainty Analysis of Reservoir Sedimentation
In estimating reservoir sedimentation, a number of uncertainties arise. These are related to annual streamfiow, sediment load, sediment particle size, trap efficiency, and reservoir operation....

Computer Modelling for a Discrete Particle System

An Analysis of Characteristics of Basset Force on Particles Accelerating in Arbitrary Flow Field
In present study of solid-liquid two phase flow, the effect of Basset force on a particle moving unsteadily in a non-uniform flow is not very clear. For this reason, the properties of...

MRI Studies of Direct Shear Tests on Round Particles

Simulation of Suspended Particles Transport in the Entrance Region of Tube Flow

Jamming of the Flow of Granular Materials

Particle Mobilization in Sand-Clay Mixtures and Facilitation of Contaminant Removal - Critical Shear Stress Concept

Dynamic Wave Propagation in Particulate Materials with Different Particle Shapes Using a Discrete Element Method

Micromechanics of Continuum Models for Granular Materials

Image Analysis of Fine-Grain Granular Flow: Conditions for High Quality Measurement Results

A Connection Between Continuum and Discrete Models of Particulate Materials

 

 

 

 

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