Dynamics of a gas bubble rising through a thin immersed layer of granular material: an experimental study
Packings of non-cohesive grains, immersed in a fluid, differ significantly from classical porous media as the grains, subjected to stresses and flows, can move within the sample, changing then the local properties of the material. We study experimentally the conditions for a gas to pass through a l...
|Published in:||Granular Matter, Vol. 4, No. 2 (2002), p. 39-44|
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|Item Description:||Received: 23 January 2002|
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