Description - An Introduction to Modeling and Simulation of Particulate Flows by T. I. Zohdi
The relatively recent increase in computational power available for mathematical modeling and simulation raises the possibility that modern numerical methods can play a significant role in the analysis of complex particulate flows. This introductory monograph focuses on basic models and physically based computational solution strategies for the direct and rapid simulation of flowing particulate media. Its emphasis is primarily on fluidized dry particulate flows in which there is no significant interstitial fluid, although fully coupled fluid-particle systems are discussed as well. An introduction to basic computational methods for ascertaining optical responses of particulate systems also is included. The successful analysis of a wide range of applications requires the simulation of flowing particulate media that simultaneouslyinvolves near-field interaction and contact between particles in a thermally sensitive environment. These systems naturally occur in astrophysics and geophysics; powder processing pharmaceutical industries; bio-, micro- and nanotechnologies; and applications arising from the study of spray processes involving aerosols, sputtering, and epitaxy.
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Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics,U.S.
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Author Biography - T. I. Zohdi
The author is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of California-Berkeley. He has received the Zienkiewicz Prize and Medal from the Institution of Civil Engineers in London, the Emerald Literati Club's Best Paper of the Year Award of 2001, and the Junior Achievement Award of the American Academy of Mechanics. His main research interests are in modeling and simulation of micro-macro 'multiscale' systems.