A finite element implementation of the nonlocal granular rheology

@inproceedings{Henann2016AFE,
  title={A finite element implementation of the nonlocal granular rheology},
  author={David L. Henann and Ken Kamrin},
  year={2016}
}
Summary Inhomogeneous flows involving dense particulate media display clear size effects, in which the particle length scale has an important effect on flow fields. Hence, nonlocal constitutive relations must be used in order to predict these flows. Recently, a class of nonlocal fluidity models has been developed for emulsions and subsequently adapted to granular materials. These models have successfully provided a quantitative description of experimental flows in many different flow… CONTINUE READING

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