Granular, hydraulic and slurry flows through a contraction
Collaborative research funded by the Institute of Mechanics Processes and Control -Twente (IMPACT before 2010), and Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst.
Overview presentation: Lorentz Center October 2009.
Granular flow phenomena in movies:
- A.W. Vreman, M. Al-Tarazi, J.A.M. Kuipers, M. van Sint Annaland, and O. Bokhove
Supercritical shallow granular flow through a
contraction: experiment, theory and simulation.
Journal of Fluid Mech. 578, 233-269
- B. Akers and O. Bokhove 2008:
Hydraulic flow through a channel contraction: multiple steady states.
Physics of Fluids 20, 056601.
- Movie (Akers & B. '05): multiple steady states
in horizontal channel; pink water; bird's eye view.
- Movie (Akers & B. '07): reservoir state.
- Sander Rhebergen, Onno Bokhove, and Jaap van der Vegt, 2009:
Discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods for shallow two-phase flows.
CMAME 198, 819-830.
- Slurry flows simulation by Sander Rhebergen of an
- experiment by Akers and Bokhove: transition of steady state due to sudden release of floating particles with density of 900 kg/m^3.
- Slurry flows: Discrete element study of liquid-solid flows. Micheline Abbas et al., 2009.
Conf. Proceedings. International Symposium of Multiphase Flows, July 11-15, 2009, Xi'an, China.
Team research initiated and led by Onno Bokhove. Email: O.Bokhove TE leeds.ac.uk