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Adhesive particle flow : a discrete-element approach

Author: Jeffrey S Marshall; Shuiqing Q Li
Publisher: New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"A particulate flow is one in which a moving fluid interacts with a large number of discrete solid particles. The category is extraordinarily broad, encompassing everything from suspended dust carried by atmospheric winds to avalanches of debris or snow rolling down a hillside. Widely varying industrial, biological and environmental processes can be interpreted as particulate flows, encompassing areas of study such  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey S Marshall; Shuiqing Q Li
ISBN: 9781107032071 1107032075 1139957724 9781139957724
OCLC Number: 863801613
Description: xvii, 342 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. Modeling viewpoints and approaches; 3. Contact mechanics without adhesion; 4. Adhesion forces; 5. Fluid forces on particles; 6. Particle dispersion in turbulent flows; 7. Ellipsoidal particles; 8. Particle interactions with electric and magnetic fields; 9. Nanoscale particle dynamics; 10. Computer implementation and data analysis; 11. Applications.
Responsibility: Jeffrey S. Marshall, University of Vermont, Shuiqing Li, Tsinghua University.

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Adhesive Particle Flow offers a comprehensive treatment of adhesive particle flows at the particle level. This book adopts a particle-level approach oriented toward directly simulating the various  Read more...

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