Publication
Title
A multibody dynamic approach of colliding particles
Author
Abstract
The dynamics of systems of moving particles in engineering applications is rapidly gaining interest as the incentive to control and optimise granular flow systems increases. Increasing availability of computing power has rendered the in silico study of large assemblies of discrete particles in near-realistic systems feasible. Generally, the governing equations for systems of non-adhesive discrete particles are derived from Newton's equation of motion with the basic assumption that the normal and tangential forces arising between two impacting particles can independently be derived from the virtual overlap of the particles and the tangential displacement of the initial contact points [1, 2]. In this study the problem is placed in a rigorous multibody dynamics setting and a detailed comparison is made with the classical theory. An attempt has been made to treat particles and walls in a unified way.
Language
English
Source (book)
1st International ISMA Workshop on Noise and Vibration in Agricultural and Biological Engineering, September 13-14, 2000, Leuven, Belgium
Publication
Heverlee : 2001
ISBN
90-73802-76-8
Volume/pages
p. 1647-1653
ISI
000226877800218
UAntwerpen
Faculty/Department
Publication type
Subject
External links
Web of Science
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Identification
Creation 24.02.2014
Last edited 05.11.2017