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A hybrid numerical model for predicting segregation during core flow discharge

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A continuum numerical model is presented that parameterizes the interactions between particles at the microscopic level and predicts the development of moving stagnant zone boundaries during core flow discharge of granular material. The model is then employed for the prediction of segregation of multi-component granular mixtures during discharge from core flow hoppers and its capability to accurately simulate the behavior of the granular mixture is demonstrated through comparisons with experimental data.

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2006-11-01
2016-08-27

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