A probabilistic particle replacement model to simulate bulk material degradation during conveying processes using DEM

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A probabilistic particle replacement model to simulate bulk material degradation during conveying processes using DEM. / Denzel, Michael; Prenner, Michael; Sifferlinger, Nikolaus August.

Proceedings of the XXIV International Conference MHCL 2022: International Conference on Materal Handling, Constructions and Logistics. Hrsg. / Nenad Zrnić; Georg Kartnig; Srđan Bošnjak. Belgrade, Serbia : Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University, 2022. S. 29-36.

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Denzel, M, Prenner, M & Sifferlinger, NA 2022, A probabilistic particle replacement model to simulate bulk material degradation during conveying processes using DEM. in N Zrnić, G Kartnig & S Bošnjak (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the XXIV International Conference MHCL 2022: International Conference on Materal Handling, Constructions and Logistics. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University, Belgrade, Serbia, S. 29-36, XXIV International Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics, Belgrade, Serbien, 21/09/22. https://doi.org/10.34901/mul.pub.2023.02

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Denzel, M., Prenner, M., & Sifferlinger, N. A. (2022). A probabilistic particle replacement model to simulate bulk material degradation during conveying processes using DEM. in N. Zrnić, G. Kartnig, & S. Bošnjak (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the XXIV International Conference MHCL 2022: International Conference on Materal Handling, Constructions and Logistics (S. 29-36). Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University. https://doi.org/10.34901/mul.pub.2023.02

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Denzel M, Prenner M, Sifferlinger NA. A probabilistic particle replacement model to simulate bulk material degradation during conveying processes using DEM. in Zrnić N, Kartnig G, Bošnjak S, Hrsg., Proceedings of the XXIV International Conference MHCL 2022: International Conference on Materal Handling, Constructions and Logistics. Belgrade, Serbia: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University. 2022. S. 29-36 doi: 10.34901/mul.pub.2023.02

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Denzel, Michael ; Prenner, Michael ; Sifferlinger, Nikolaus August. / A probabilistic particle replacement model to simulate bulk material degradation during conveying processes using DEM. Proceedings of the XXIV International Conference MHCL 2022: International Conference on Materal Handling, Constructions and Logistics. Hrsg. / Nenad Zrnić ; Georg Kartnig ; Srđan Bošnjak. Belgrade, Serbia : Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University, 2022. S. 29-36

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abstract = "Due to mechanical stress during transport and storage, bulk material partly degrades and fines are produced. This can be problematic in various applications and is often responsible for high costs, energy consumption and emissions. In this work a model for the discrete element method is presented to simulate particle breakage during conveying processes. The breakage model is based on the particle replacement method. In contrast to other particle replacement models, mass and volume remain constant. The model has been verified and validated by a trial of shatter tests with blast furnace sinter. High mass flows and further breakage of fragments for processes with several damaging events, as found in industrial applications, can also be simulated. An application of this model is presented, where two different transfer chutes are compared with regard to material degradation. Simulation and test results are consistent.",
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