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Modelling of three-dimensional particle rebound from an anisotropic rough wall

Abstract : In gas-solid confined flows, particle rebound on a rough wall may have a great influence on the macroscopic properties of both phases. Existing simulation methods use simplified approaches where surface roughness is modelled as two-dimensional or isotropic. To improve the accuracy of such simulations, an anisotropic virtual rough wall statistical approach and the corresponding Lagrangian stochastic particle-wall collision model are proposed. From deterministic simulations of the impact of particles on the anisotropic virtual wall given as correlated bi-Gaussian surface, wall-normal vector angle statistics are used for model development. Rebound angle statistics computed from deterministic simulations and using the proposed stochastic model are in very good agreement. Incident particles in vertical planes not collinearwith one of the principal directions of the anisotropic rough surface are bouncing with a mean transverse angle towards the principal direction of lower roughness.
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Darko Radenkovic, Olivier Simonin. Modelling of three-dimensional particle rebound from an anisotropic rough wall. Powder Technology, Elsevier, 2021, 393, pp.165-183. ⟨10.1016/j.powtec.2021.07.055⟩. ⟨hal-03342122⟩



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