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A modified kinetic theory for frictional-collisional bedload transport valid from dense to dilute regime

@inproceedings{Chassagne2021AMK,
  title={A modified kinetic theory for frictional-collisional bedload transport valid from dense to dilute regime},
  author={R{\'e}mi Chassagne and Julien Chauchat and Cyrille Bonamy},
  year={2021}
}
Modelling sediment transport is still a challenging problem and is of major importance for the study of particulate geophysical flows. In this work, the modelling of sediment transport in the collisional regime is investigated with a focus on the continuum modelling of the granular flow. For this purpose, a frictional-collisional approach, combining a Coulomb model with the kinetic theory of granular gases, is developed. The methodology is based on a comparison with coupled fluid-discrete… 

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