Comparing and contrasting size-based particle segregation models

@article{Tunuguntla2017ComparingAC,
  title={Comparing and contrasting size-based particle segregation models},
  author={Deepak R. Tunuguntla and Thomas Weinhart and Anthony R. Thornton},
  journal={Computational Particle Mechanics},
  year={2017},
  volume={4},
  pages={387-405}
}
Over the last 12 years, numerous new theoretical continuum models have been formulated to predict particle segregation in the size-based bidisperse granular flows over inclined channels. Despite their presence, to our knowledge, no attempts have been made to compare and contrast the fundamental basis upon which these continuum models have been formulated. In this paper, firstly, we aim to illustrate the difference in these models including the incompatible nomenclature which impedes direct… 
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