Flow behavior at different shear rates for dry powders


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Singh, A. and Luding, S. (2010) Flow behavior at different shear rates for dry powders. In: World Congress on Particle Technology 6, WCPT 2010, 26-29 April 2010, Nuremberg, Germany.

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Abstract:Using Discrete Element Simulations (DEM), an effort is made to study the so called “Split bottom ring shear cell” where a slow, quasi-static deformation leads to wide shear bands. Density, velocity and deformation gradients as well as structure and stress tensors, can be computed by a single simulation, by applying time and (local) space averaging. Here, we focus on different shear rates by increasing the rate of rotation of the system.
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