The focus of the current investigation is to study the influence of particles’ shape
on segregation of bi-disperse mixture of particles in a rotating drum. The effects
of various particle parameters such as shape and size ratio are investigated. The
results show the shape of both coarse and fine particles influence mixing. For the
coarse particles, decreasing trend of extent of radial segregation as follows: sphere >
oblate > prolate > elongated-needle (experimental).
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DEM investigation of cumulative effect of shape and size induced segregation in a rotating cylinder for Chemical Engineering: Enabling Transition Towards Sustainable Future ChemTSF2022 by Sunil Kumar; Salma Khatoon; Jeetram Yogi and Anshu Anand
Department of chemical Engineering, IIT Roorkee
Technical Paper published in IEEE journal By Weihui Gu; Leung Tsang; Andreas Colliander; Simon Yueh In Association with NASA JPL
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