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Particles in Contact

Micro Mechanics, Micro Process Dynamics and Particle Collective

  • Sergiy Antonyuk
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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. A. G. Orive, C. Kunze, B. Torun, T. de los Arcos, G. Grundmeier
    Pages 1-30
  3. Hans-Joachim Schmid, Guido Grundmeier, Michael Dörmann, Alejandro González Orive, Teresa de los Arcos, Boray Torun
    Pages 31-65
  4. Sergej Aman, Alexander Aman, Werner Hintz
    Pages 67-87
  5. Laurent Gilson, Jennifer Wenzl, Maxime Paven, Michael Kappl, Hans-Jürgen Butt, Doris Vollmer et al.
    Pages 89-114
  6. Philipp Grohn, Dominik Weis, Ulrich Bröckel, Stefan Heinrich, Sergiy Antonyuk
    Pages 115-163
  7. Maksym Dosta, Matthias Weber, Volker Schmidt, Sergiy Antonyuk
    Pages 165-183
  8. Claas Knoop, Tobias Wollborn, Udo Fritsching
    Pages 185-237
  9. Stephan Herminghaus, Ciro Semprebon, Martin Brinkmann
    Pages 239-275
  10. Falk K. Wittel, Roman Mani, Konstantin Melnikov, Filippo Bianchi, Hans J. Herrmann
    Pages 277-309
  11. T. Weinhart, R. Fuchs, T. Staedler, M. Kappl, S. Luding
    Pages 311-338
  12. Valentin Baric, Jens Laube, Samir Salameh, Lucio Colombi Ciacchi, Lutz Mädler
    Pages 339-358
  13. Johannes Knoll, Frank Rhein, Hermann Nirschl
    Pages 359-384
  14. Thorsten Staedler, Katharina Diehl, Regina Fuchs, Jan Meyer, Aditya Kumar, Xin Jiang
    Pages 437-455
  15. Sarah Zellnitz, Niklas Renner, Yan Cui, Regina Scherließ, Martin Sommerfeld, Hartwig Steckel et al.
    Pages 457-516
  16. Alfred Weber, Christian Schöner, Manuel Gensch, Alexander Werner, Thorsten Pöschel
    Pages 517-563
  17. Nina Gunkelmann, Dan Serero, Aldo Glielmo, Marina Montaine, Michael Heckel, Thorsten Pöschel
    Pages 565-590
  18. Damian Pieloth, Helmut Wiggers, Peter Walzel
    Pages 591-606
  19. Lothar Brendel, Alexander Weuster, Dietrich E. Wolf, Harald Zetzener, Stephan Strege, Lutz Torbahn et al.
    Pages 607-629

About this book

Introduction

This book contains the latest scientific findings in the area of granular materials, their physical fundamentals and applications in particle technology focused on the description of interactions of fine adhesive particles.
In collaboration between physicists, chemists, mathematicians and mechanics and process engineers from 24 universities, new theories and methods for multiscale modeling and reliable measurement of particles are developed, with a focus on:
• Basic physical-chemical processes in the contact zone: particle-particle and particle-wall contacts,
• Particle collisions and their dynamics
• Constitutive material laws for particle systems on the macro level.

Keywords

particle-particle and particle-wall contact mechanics particle adhesion: sintering, magnetic, capillary interactions powder microstructure and flow behaviour deformation and breakage of agglomerates Discrete Element Method Molecular Dynamics

Editors and affiliations

  • Sergiy Antonyuk
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Particle Process EngineeringTechnische Universität KaiserslauternKaiserslauternGermany

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