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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics

, Volume 99, Issue 2, pp 606–610 | Cite as

Pseudo soliton in fluidized beds and its perturbed treatment

  • Hisao Hayakawa
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Abstract

The author summarize the recent analysis of a two-fluid model which describes fluidized beds of granular particles. It has been found that near the transition point from stable fluidized beds to unstable ones the two-fluid model is reduced to the KdV equation with small dissipation. The amplitude and the propagating velocity of a pulse of the reduced equation is obtained.

Keywords

Soliton Transition Point Recent Analysis Granular Particle Small Dissipation 
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