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    S. Großmann,Gerald H. Ristow
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The authors study numerically a problem on vortex flows in bounded domain in granular material using discrete element method.

Ristow, Pattern Formation in Granular Materials, Vol. 164 of Springer Tracts in Modern Physics (Springer, Berlin, 2000). The authors study numerically a problem on vortex flows in bounded domain in granular material using discrete element method. The granular material is composed of spherical particles with the assigned distribution of radii. The kinematic patterns of granular material specimen deformation are described, and the. trajectories of some particles are shown.

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Appendix: Simulation method. G. H. Ristow, Pattern Formation in Granular Materials, Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, Vol. 164 (Springer, Berlin, 2000). Uniform shear ows of granular materials are simulated using a soft-sphere discrete ele-ment method (DEM) similar to that used in our previous work. The contact forces are given by. finj knζ − 2γnmeff (Vij· ˆrij) ˆrij.

Granular materials are an integral part of our everyday life. They are also the base material for most industrial processing techniques. The highly dissipative nature of the particle collisions means energy input is needed in order to mobilize the grains. This interplay of dissipation and excitation leads to a wide variety of pattern formation processes, which are addressed in this book. The reader is introduced to this wide field by, first, a description of the material properties of granular materials under different experimental conditions that are important in connection with the pattern formation dynamics and, second, by further details given later on in the description of the specific system.