Fluidization of microparticles in electric field
The results of statistical modeling of the electrodynamic fluidization of microparticles in an electric field are outlined. The dependence of the current density and charge distribution function of the microparticles on the microparticle concentration is discussed. The limiting attainable microparticle concentration in the interelectrode space is considered. The dependence of the concentration of fluidized microparticles on their bulk concentration is considered.
KeywordsDistribution Function Statistical Physic Statistical Modeling Charge Distribution Bulk Concentration
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