University of Edinburgh [ 24 months ]
Procter & Gamble Technical Centres Ltd [ 12 months ]
Monday 15, March 2021
Pneumatic conveying is widely used for transporting granular materials. DEM–CFD provides a multi-scale hybrid approach to simulate such systems but is very computationally expensive. The scientific challenge is to take the fundamental fluid–solid interactions into account to develop a quantitative, predictive method for conveying using upscaled particles, enabling faster simulations and creating a practically useful tool to design and optimise pneumatic conveyors.
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