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Mao-Bin HU ( 胡茂彬 ), G.C. Yang( 杨果成 ), Q.Y. Liu( 刘启一 ), R. Jiang ( 姜锐 ), Q.S. Wu( 吴清松 ) [email protected] granular Chute flow with Two turnings : Flowing behavior and Its optimization. Contents. 1. Motivations 2. Experiment Setup 3. Flowing Behavior 4. Simulation

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Mao bin hu g c yang q y liu r jiang q s wu humaobin@ustc edu cn

Mao-Bin HU (胡茂彬), G.C. Yang(杨果成),

Q.Y. Liu(刘启一), R. Jiang (姜锐), Q.S. Wu(吴清松)

[email protected]

granular Chute flow with Two turnings:Flowing behavior and Its optimization


Contents

Contents

  • 1. Motivations

  • 2. Experiment Setup

  • 3. Flowing Behavior

  • 4. Simulation

  • 5. Optimization Discussions


Motivations

Motivations


1 motivations landslides

1.Motivations: Landslides


Bio systems bottleneck bending

Bio-systems (bottleneck & bending)

Molecule Motor

Blood Cell


Bottlenecks in coal pipelines

Bottlenecks in Coal Pipelines

Merging &

Width Decrease

Bending


Traffic flow pedestrian flow

Traffic Flow & Pedestrian Flow


Experiment

Experiment


Experiment setup

Experiment Setup


Dilute dense flow transition

Dilute - Dense flow transition

K. To, P.-Y. Lai, H. K. Pak, Phys. Rev. Lett. 86, 71 (2001).

M. Hou, K. Lu, C.K. Chan, Phys. Rev. Lett.91, 204301 (2003).


Bi stable phenomenon

Bi-Stable Phenomenon


Initial condition dependence

Initial Condition Dependence

Dilute

Dense

Dense

Dilute Flow

Dense Flow

Dilute

Dense

High Initial Flux

Low Initial Flux


Initial flux depends on packing

Initial Flux depends on Packing

Crystal pack

Loose pack

Huang D, Sun G, Lu K, Phys. Rev. E 74, 061306 (2006). c


Flux width relation

Flux – Width Relation


Granular chute flow with two turnings flowing behavior and its optimization

Effective

Width

Increase

Stable

Heap


Stable heap

Stable Heap

N. Taberlet, etal, Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 264301 (2003).


Simulation

Simulation


Dilute dense transition condition for turning a

Dilute –Dense transition condition for turning A

c

Jin

Jout


Granular chute flow with two turnings flowing behavior and its optimization

v

v


Optimization discussions

Optimization Discussions

  • 1. Adjust the main section width below the dilute-dense transition point

  • 2. Watch that no stable heap can develop in the main section

  • 3. In the bi-stable region, get a higher initial flux

  • 4. Increase outlet width D2, so that only turning A plays the role of bottleneck


Thank you

Thank you !


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