Particles in Contact (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
662
Utgivningsdatum
2019-08-14
Upplaga
1st ed. 2019
Förlag
Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Medarbetare
Antonyuk, Sergiy (ed.)
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Bibliographie 415 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen
Illustrationer
314 Illustrations, color; 148 Illustrations, black and white; XI, 662 p. 462 illus., 314 illus. in c
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234 x 156 x 37 mm
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1117 g
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1
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1 Hardback
ISBN
9783030158989
Particles in Contact (inbunden)

Particles in Contact

Micro Mechanics, Micro Process Dynamics and Particle Collective

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This book contains the latest scientific findings in the area of granular materials, their physical fundamentals and applications in particle technology focused on the description of interactions of fine adhesive particles.In collaboration between physicists, chemists, mathematicians and mechanics and process engineers from 24 universities, new theories and methods for multiscale modeling and reliable measurement of particles are developed, with a focus on:* Basic physical-chemical processes in the contact zone: particle-particle and particle-wall contacts,* Particle collisions and their dynamics* Constitutive material laws for particle systems on the macro level.
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Sergiy Antonyuk is a Professor and Head of the Institute of Particle Process Engineering at the Technische Universitat Kaiserslautern, Germany.

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01.Analysis of Adsorbates and Interfacial Forces at Metal Oxide Interfaces at Defined Environmental Conditions . A. G. Orive, C. Kunze, B. Torun, T. de los Arcos and G. Grundmeier 02.Understanding and Manipulation of Nanoparticle Contact Forces by Capillary Bridges . Hans-Joachim Schmid, Guido Grundmeier, Michael Doermann, Alejandro Gonzalez Orive, Teresa de los Arcos and Boray Torun 03.Microwave Emission During the Impact Compaction of Particle Bed . Sergej Aman, Alexander Aman and Werner Hintz 04.Formation, Deformation, Rolling and Sliding of Particles and Particle Aggregates: Mechanisms and Applications . Laurent Gilson, Jennifer Wenzl, Maxime Paven, Michael Kappl, Hans-Jurgen Butt, Doris Vollmer and Gunter K. Auernhammer 05.Contact Models and DEM Simulation of Micrometer-Sized Particles and Agglomerates at Static Loading Based on Experimental Characterization . Philipp Grohn, Dominik Weis, Ulrich Broeckel, Stefan Heinrich and Sergiy Antonyuk 06.DEM Analysis of Breakage Behavior of Bicomponent Agglomerates . Maksym Dosta, Matthias Weber, Volker Schmidt and Sergiy Antonyuk 07.Contact Mechanisms in Ultrasound-Agitated Particulate Systems . Claas Knoop, Tobias Wollborn and Udo Fritsching 08.Capillary Interaction in Wet Granular Assemblies: Part 1 . Stephan Herminghaus, Ciro Semprebon and Martin Brinkmann 09.Capillary Interaction in Wet Granular Assemblies: Part 2 . Falk K. Wittel, Roman Mani, Konstantin Melnikov, Filippo Bianchi and Hans J. Herrmann 10.Sintering-Pressure- and Temperature-Dependent Contact Models . T. Weinhart, R. Fuchs, T. Staedler, M. Kappl and S. Luding 11. A Contact Model for the Discrete Element Simulations of Aggregated Nanoparticle Films. Valentin Baric, Jens Laube, Samir Salameh, Lucio Colombi Ciacchi and Lutz Madler 12. Determination of the Adhesion Forces of Magnetic Composite Particles. Johannes Knoll, Frank Rhein and Hermann Nirschl 13. Deformation and Friction at the Microscale-From Model Experiments to Process Characterization. Wolfgang Peukert and Stefan Romeis 14. Measurement of the Adhesion Moment of a Particle on a Wall in a Gaseous Environment and Comparison to Simulated Data . Alexander Haarmann and Eberhard Schmidt 15. Nanoindentation Based Colloid Probe Technique: A Unique Opportunity to Study the Mechanical Contact of Individual Micron Sized Particles. Thorsten Staedler, Katharina Diehl, Regina Fuchs, Jan Meyer, Aditya Kumar and Xin Jiang 16. The Importance of Interactions Between Carrier and Drug Particles for the Application in Dry Powder Inhalers . Sarah Zellnitz, Niklas Renner, Yan Cui, Regina Scherliess, 17. Martin Sommerfeld, Hartwig Steckel and Nora Urbanetz Rapid Impact of Nanoparticles on Surfaces . Alfred Weber, Christian Schoener, Manuel Gensch, Alexander Werner and Thorsten Poeschel 18. Stochastic Nature of Particle Collisions and its Impact on Granular Material Properties. Nina Gunkelmann, Dan Serero, Aldo Glielmo, Marina Montaine, Michael Heckel and Thorsten Poeschel 19. Non-ohmic Properties of Particle Layers in Electrostatic Precipitators. Damian Pieloth, Helmut Wiggers and Peter Walzel 20. Structure of Sheared Cohesive Granular Bulk . Lothar Brendel, Alexander Weuster, Dietrich E. Wolf, Harald Zetzener, Stephan Strege, Lutz Torbahn, Arno Kwade, Lisa Handl and Volker Schmidt 21. Improved Flowability of Ultrafine, Cohesive Glass Particles by Surface Modification Using Hydrophobic Silanes . Zinaida Todorova, Steffi Wunsche and Werner Hin