Mobile Particulate Systems by E. GuazzelliMobile Particulate Systems by E. Guazzelli

Mobile Particulate Systems

EditorE. Guazzelli, Luc Oger

Paperback | December 7, 2010

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Mobile particulate systems involve the mechanics, flow and transport properties of mixtures of fluids and solids. These systems are intrinsic to the rheology of emulsions and suspensions, flocculation and aggregation, sedimentation and fluidization, flow of granular media, nucleation and growth of small particles, segregation, attrition and solidification processes. Its diversity means that the area has been studied by a number of different disciplines (e.g. chemical or civil engineering, mechanics, hydrodynamics, geophysics, condensed matter and statistical physics, etc.). Mobile Particulate Systems features general, orientational lectures and advanced topics, covering state of the art approaches to the study of suspensions, fluidized beds, sedimentation and granular flows.
Title:Mobile Particulate SystemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:412 pages, 9.45 × 6.3 × 0 inPublished:December 7, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Preface. Introduction:- Introduction to mobile particulate systems; E.J. Hinch. Suspensions:- 1. Introduction and basic principles of suspensions; R.H. Davis. 2. Interaction of two suspended particles; R.H. Davis. 3. The rheology of concentrated suspensions of non-colloidal particles: Variations on a theme by Albert Einstein -- Latest update; A. Acrivos. 4. Shear-induced particle diffusion in dilute suspensions: some recent theoretical results; A. Acrivos, R. Mauri, Y. Wang. 5. Brownian motion; E.J. Hinch. 6. Pairwise aggregation in dilute suspensions; R.H. Davis. 7. Hydrodynamic dispersion in sedimenting suspensions; R.H. Davis. 8. Order and disorder in fiber suspensions; R. Blanc. 9. Rheology of pastes; R. Blanc, H. Van Damme. 10. Derivation of the nonlocal stress in bound, Brownian suspensions of slender, rigid fibers; R.L. Schick, E.S.G. Shaqfeh. Fluidized Beds:- 11. Fluidized beds; J.F. Davidson. 12. Bubbles in fluidized beds; J.F. Davidson. 13. Basic equations and constitutive relations of fluidized beds of interacting particles; Y.A. Sergeev. 14. Nonlinear concentration waves in fluidized beds of interacting particles; Y.A. Sergeev. 15. Linear and nonlinear concentration waves in magnetically stabilized fluidized beds; Y.A. Sergeev. Granular Media:- 16. Computer simulations and experiment on the quasi-static mechanics and transport properties of granular materials; J.D. Goddard, A.K. Didwania, X. Zhuang. 17. Simulating moving granular media; H.J. Herrmann. 18. Marginal ice zone dynamics modelled by computer simulations involving floe collisions; S.B. Savage. 19. Dynamics of avalanches in a rotating cylinder; M. Caponeri, S. Douady, S. Fauve, C. Laroche. 20. Force models for particle-dynamics simulations of granular materials; O.R. Walton. Conclusion:- Advances and opportunities for future research; E. Guyon. List of short talks and workshops.