February 10, 2018

New PDF release: Adhesive Particle Flows

By Marshall J.S., Li S.

ISBN-10: 1107032075

ISBN-13: 9781107032071

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A review of the terms agglomerate and aggregate with a recommendation for nomenclature used in powder and particle characterization. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 91(10), 2103–2109 (2002). Pahlavan AA, Saintillan D. Instability regimes in flowing suspensions of swimming microorganisms. Physics of Fluids 23, 011901 (2011). Reinhold A, Briesen H. Numerical behavior of a multiscale aggregation model – coupling population balances and discrete element models. Chemical Engineering Science 70, 165– 175 (2012).

18) for the particle spacing ratio /d gives d = π 6φ 1/3 . 19) This result is useful for determining the significance of particle-particle collisions in a particulate flow. If /d 1, the particles will rarely collide with each other and the particulate flow can be considered to be dilute. As /d approaches unity, the rate of particle collisions increases rapidly, and the particulate flow is said to be dense. Of course, if the particles are adhesive then even infrequent collisions will over sufficient time lead to formation of agglomerates, so even in the limit of large /d particle collisions cannot be neglected in adhesive particle flows.

8 × 1013 red blood cells. 4 × 1012 and 4 × 1010 , respectively. The number of particles involved in wet granular flows varies widely depending on the specific application. However, the common comparison of a value that is so large as to be essentially uncountable as comparable to the “number of grains of sand in all the beaches of the world” gives an indication that even wet granular flows often involve very large numbers of particles. 2 A full simulation of a multiphase flow would entail not only tracking such huge numbers of particles, but also solving for the fluid flow field in the interparticle region surrounding each particle.

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