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Discrete Element Modelling of Particulate Media [electronic resource].

Author/Creator:
Wu, Chuan-Yu.
Publication:
Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012.
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Book
1 online resource (294 p.)
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Special Publication
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Special Publications
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Discrete Element Methods (DEM) is a numerical technique for analysing the mechanics and physics of particulate systems. Originated in the late seventies for analysing geotechnical problems, it has seen significant development and is now employed extensively across disciplines. Produced in celebration of the 70th Birthday of Colin Thornton, this book contains a selection of papers concerning advances in discrete element modelling which were presented at the International Symposium on Discrete Element Modelling of Particulate Media held at Birmingham, UK on 28-30th March, 2012. The book showcase
Contents:
Discrete Element Modelling of Particulate Media_Publicity; 9781849733601txt; i-iv; v-vi; vii-x; 1-9; 10-20; 21-29; 30-38; 39-45; 46-50; 51-58; 59-66; 67-75; 76-85; 86-94; 95-102; 103-112; 113-120; 121-132; 133-140; 141-148; 149-157; 158-164; 165-174; 175-184; 185-195; 196-202; 203-211; 212-218; 219-226; 227-235; 236-244; 245-254; 255-263; 264-270; 271-279; 280-282
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Description based upon print version of record.
Contributor:
Wu,Chuan-Yu Contributor
Royal Society of Chemistry Staff Contributor
ISBN:
1-84973-503-4