population balance models  are based on approximated equations for the selection function (SF) and breakage function (BF). Using these approximated functions in computer simulations could lead to incorrect description of gas-particle behavior according to breakage Abstract. A time-dependent statistical description of multiple particle breakage is presented. The approach combines the Tsallis non-extensive entropy with a fractal kinetic equation for the time variation of the number of fragments.
A nonextensive statistical model of multiple particle breakage. M. Mora-Ramos. L. Gaggero-Sager. M. Mora-Ramos. L. Gaggero-Sager. Download with Google Download with Facebook or download with email. A nonextensive statistical model of multiple particle breakage. Download.
Basic processes to achieve particle fracture Force or energy of particle breakage Deformation of particle by applied forces produce a three dimensional stress field with compression, tensile and shear stresses By deformation elastic energy is stored in the stress field If stress value is sufficient high, fractures are initiated by tensile
The inter-relationships of particle breakage, PSD and stress state of rockfill are thereby established, providing what is termed the PSD evolution model. Additionally, the proposed PSD evolution model is verified by successfully predicting the particle breakage factors and PSDs of rockfill triaxial specimens.
A theoretical model of particle breakage under a novel combination of dynamic and static loads is presented in this paper. In order to enhance the capability of the actual physical and mechanical properties towards rocks, parallel connector parameters of a bonded particle model (BPM) from the discrete element method (DEM) were investigated by
A new hybrid model has therefore been formulated, which is a combination of two models, enabling simulation of a large number of particles with proper breakage behaviour. The hybrid model is to be implemented in the existing DEM platform developed by FCC where millions of particles can be simulated through high performance computing on GPU cards.
Mathematical expressions for critical state stress ratio and specific volume are proposed to incorporate the evolution of particle breakage during monotonic shearing. An elasto-plastic constitutive model based on the critical state soil mechanics framework is presented capturing the stress-strain behaviour and degradation of ballast.
Single particle breakage events can be described as a multiple-stage process. • Selection and classification functions can be properties of the breakage environment. • The proposed breakage model was responsive to its selection and classification components. • The model indicated a strong dependency of a b value to its sub-processes.
Vogel and Peukert (2005) investigated the breakage behavior of single particle in impact mill, and this approach was extended to pharmaceutical powders (Meier et al., 2008, Meier et al., 2009). The reported model incorporates powder properties and the milling energy into their breakage model.
The breakage model is currently available as a BETA from the EDEM User Forum. It is easy to use and includes a .dll file, used as an input in the physics section in EDEM, as well as the preference file with the parameters of the breakable materials.
modelling of particle breakage of aggregates under cyclic loading will be presented in a follow-up paper. The results show that the breakage of particles continues to increase beyond the peak deviator stress. The energy consumption by particle breakage is non-linearly related to the particle breakage index. The model also evaluates
ENHANCING EFFICIENCY OF DEM MODELING OF PARTICLE BREAKAGE. ENHANCING EFFICIENCY OF DEM MODELING OF PARTICLE . Sensitivity analysis shows that it is enough to keep 53% of the crushed particle mass within the mechanical model to correctly reproduce experimental macroscopic behaviour.
Using large-scale shearing device, isotropiclly consolidated-drained triaxial test under different confining pressures are performed for overburden material of ShuangJiangKou earth dam which relative density is 0.8. The relationship between particle breakage of coarse-grained soil and input plastic work under loading and between particle
Abstract: Detailed knowledge of particle-scale energy allocation behavior under the influence of particle breakage is of fundamental importance to the development of micromechanics-based constitutive models of sands. This paper reports original results of the energy input/dissipation of an idealized crushable soil using 3D DEM simulations.
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An elastoplastic constitutive model exhibiting particle crushing is developed based on the framework of continuum mechanics. The proposed model is An Elastoplastic Model for Soils Exhibiting Particle Breakage | springerprofessional.de
There are two methods to model particle breakage: population balance model and discrete element method. Population balance model. Population balance model (PBM) is often used to predict grinding performance, requiring the knowledge of selection and breakage function which are related to the energy distribution inside mills.
Abstract. An elastoplastic constitutive model exhibiting particle crushing is developed based on the framework of continuum mechanics. The proposed model is formulated based on the extension of the critical state soil model [1, 2] to firstly incorporate the effect of packing density on the stress-strain characteristics by employing the concept
2.2.2 Particle Birth and Death Due to Breakage and Aggregation. The birth and death of particles occur due to breakage and aggregation processes. Examples of breakage processes include crystal fracture in crystallizers and bubble breakage due to liquid turbulence in a bubble column.
The breakage critical state line in the breakage critical state theory was correlated with the breakage factor, which was fundamentally different from that of the original critical state theory. A simple elastoplastic constitutive model was developed for rockfill in the frame of BCST. An associated flow rule was adopted in this model.