Rheology of binary granular mixtures in the dense flow regime

@article{Tripathi2011RheologyOB,
  title={Rheology of binary granular mixtures in the dense flow regime},
  author={A. Tripathi and D. Khakhar},
  journal={Physics of Fluids},
  year={2011},
  volume={23},
  pages={113302}
}
We study the rheology of granular mixtures in a steady, fully developed, gravity-driven flow on an inclined plane, by means of discrete element method (DEM) simulations. Results are presented for a single component system and binary mixtures with particles of different size and density. Inclination angles, composition, size ratios and density ratios are varied to obtain different segregated configurations at equilibrium. Steady state profiles of the mean velocity, volume fractions, shear stress… Expand
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