STUDYING ON FAILURE MECHANISM OF 2D GRANULAR COLUMNS: NUMERICAL RESULTS
Keywords:Granular Flow, 2D Granular Column, Failure Mechanism, Numerical Experiment, Characteristics of Flow
AbstractThe failure mechanism of granular columns and the characteristics of this failure flows have been intersted in researching in recent years. In particular, the experiments in failure mechanism and failure flow of 2D granular column are not often 2D standard. Therefore, Cuong T. Nguyen et al. (2015) conducted research this problem based on 2D standard in the laboratory and developed a numerical computation model using SPH (Smooth Particles Hydrodynamics) method (Cuong T. Nguyen et al., 2017). This model has proven the reliability by verification of calculation and experimental results. In this paper, the developed numerical model is used to perform a series of numerical experiments that some are difficult or impossible to obtain accurate results by physical experiment model to re-examine the previously identified characteristics and find out the rules more general of this failure flow.
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