5 edition of Physics of Granular Media (Les Houches Series) found in the catalog.
September 1991 by Nova Science Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||John Dodds (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||435|
In this book, we survey the most recent theoretical and experimental research dealing with glassy physics, from molecular to colloidal glasses and granular media. Leading experts in this field present broad and original perspectives on one of the deepest mysteries of.
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At head of title: Centre de Physique. Credits. of Contributors.I Static Properties.1 Stress in Dense Granular Materials (I. Goldhirsch and C. Goldenberg) Introduction Continuum Mechanics: A Brief Review Constitutive Relations for Dense Granular Materials A Microscopic Approach Forces, Stress and Response Functions Concluding nces.2 Response.
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Granular Gases (Diffusion & Clustering) 5. Shear cells (slow, dense flow) 6. Membranes (topology & fluctuations) 7. Adhesion and Sintering (attractive forces) 8. Sound propagation (wave theory) 9.
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Now there are suggestions that processes taking place on astrophysical scales may mirror those occurring in a pile of sand. Physics of Granular Media, D. Bideau, J. Dodds, eds., Les Houches Series, Nova Cited by: Most studies on granular media, especially in the physics ﬁeld, have focused on dry granular materials, where the eﬀects of interstitial ﬂuids are negligible for the particle dynamics.
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The emphasis still focuses on elastic and seismic topics, though the discussion of electrical and cross seismic-electrical relations has grown. In this paper, the physics of horizontally polarized shear waves traveling across a locally resonant metasurface in an unconsolidated granular medium is experimentally and numerically explored.
Abstract Foreword; 1. Introduction; 2. Interactions at the grain level; 3. The granular solid: statics and elasticity; 4. The granular solid: plasticity; 5. Stefan Luding, Towards dense, realistic granular media in 2D, Nonlinearity, 22, 12, (R), ().
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The aim of the book is to present a theory that explains the physics behind the phenomena during the deformation of densely packed granular media.
The physics that describes such features is rather subtle and is developed from the micro to macro level (the latter is the continuum mechanics level that is used in practical applications).
Pdf lecture notes cover the statics and glassy dynamics of pdf media. Most of the lectures were in fact devoted to `force propagation' models. We discuss the experimental and theoretical motivations for these approaches, and their conceptual connections with Edwards' thermodynamical analogy.
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