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Summary
Samenvatting
Abstract:
1. Fluidisation
2. Hydrodynamic modelling
2.1 Multi-scale modelling
3. Discrete particle modelling
4. Outline of this thesis
References
1. Introduction
1.1 Hard-Particle Approaches
1.2 Soft-Particle Approaches
1.3 Monte Carlo techniques
2. Hard-Sphere approach
2.1 Collision model
2.2 Key parameters of the collision model
2.3 Sequence of collisions
2.4 Optimisation
3. Soft-Sphere approach
3.1 The linear spring/dash-pot model
3.2 Model parameters
4. Hard-Sphere vs. Soft-Sphere
4.1 Static situations
4.2 Spring stiffness
4.3 Energy considerations
4.4 Multiple particle interactions
5. Measurement of collision parameters
6. External Forces
Notation
1.1 Direct solution of the Navier-Stokes equations
1.2 Lattice Boltzmann simulations
1.3 Dissipative Particle Dynamics
2. Governing Equations
3. Constitutive Equations
3.1 Gas phase density
3.2 Gas phase stress tensor
4. Numerical Solution
5. Boundary Conditions
6. Two-way coupling
6.1 Void fraction
6.1.1 Calculation of the void fraction in 2-D
6.1.2 Calculation of the void fraction in 3-D
6.2 Momentum transfer
2.3 Gas phase hydrodynamics
3. Effects of collision parameters
4. Energy conservation
5. Influence of a particle size distribution
6. 3-D simulations
6.1 Influence of collision parameters
6.2 2-D versus 3-D
7. Conclusions
2. Models
2.1 Hard-sphere granular dynamics
2.2 Soft-sphere granular dynamics
2.3 External forces
2.4 Gas phase hydrodynamics
3. Preliminary simulations
4. Experimental validation
4.1 Experimental
4.2 Influence of a particle size distribution
4.3 Hard-sphere vs. soft-sphere
4.4 Effect of collision parameters
5. Conclusions
3. Ternary density distribution
4. Binary size distribution
4.1 Base case
4.2 Statistical analysis of segregation
4.3 Effects of collision parameters
5. Experimental validation
5.1 Experimental
5.2 Results
6. Conclusions
2. Model
2.1 Granular dynamics
2.2 External forces
2.3 Inlet and outlet conditions
3. Results
3.1 Effect of collision parameters
3.2 Axial effects
3.3 Influence of lift forces
4. Conclusions
3. Positron Emission Particle Tracking
4. Comparison between PEPT data and simulation
5. Results
Publications
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GRANULAR DYNAMICS OF GAS-SOLID TWO PHASE FLOWS -TWENTE THESIS

GRANULAR DYNAMICS OF GAS-SOLID TWO PHASE FLOWS -TWENTE THESIS

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