DEM Literature Database

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Title Author(s) Year Source Publisher
Diffusion of size bidisperse spheres in dense granular shear flow H. Xiao, J. Zheng, R. Cai, Y. Zhao 2019 Physical Review E American Physical Society
Asymmetric concentration dependence of segregation fluxes in granular flows A. B. Isner, H. Xiao, J. M. Ottino, P. B. Umbanhowar, R. M. Lueptow, R.P. Jones 2018 Physical Review Fluids American Physical Society
Analysis of mechanical properties of polyurethane-mixed ballast based on energy method H. Xiao, X. Cui, X. Ling 2018 Construction and Building Materials Elsevier
Investigating the settling dynamics of cohesive silt particles with particle-resolving simulations H. Sun, H. Xiao, R. Sun 2017 Advances in Water Resources Elsevier
Realistic representation of grain shapes in CFD–DEM simulations of sediment transport with a bonded-sphere approach H. Sun, H. Xiao, R. Sun 2017 Advances in Water Resources Elsevier
CFD–DEM simulations of current-induced dune formation and morphological evolution H. Xiao, R. Sun 2016 Advances in Water Resources Elsevier
Sediment micromechanics in sheet flows induced by asymmetric waves: A CFD–DEM study H. Xiao, R. Sun 2016 Computers & Geosciences Elsevier
SediFoam: A general-purpose, open-source CFD–DEM solver for particle-laden flow with emphasis on sediment transport H. Xiao, R. Sun 2016 Computers & Geosciences Elsevier
Diffusion-based coarse graining in hybrid continuum–discrete solvers: Theoretical formulation and a priori tests H. Xiao, R. Sun 2015 International Journal of Multiphase Flow Elsevier
Diffusion-based coarse graining in hybrid continuum–discrete solvers: Applications in CFD–DEM H. Xiao, R. Sun 2015 International Journal of Multiphase Flow Elsevier