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GRANULAR MATTER

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1434-5021

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1434-7636

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  • Biomedical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
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  • Application of a cellular automaton to simulations of granular flow in silos
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    A cellular automaton based on a gas model of hydrodynamics was used to calculate the kinematics of non-cohesive granular materials during confined flow in a mass flow and funnel flow model silo. In the model, collisions of particles were taken into account during granular flow. In addition, a simplified automaton was used wherein granular flow was assumed as an upward propagation of holes through a lattice composed of cells representing...

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