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|Title:||Investigation of the Main Stages in Modeling Spherical Particles of Inhomogeneous Materials|
|Citation:||Trans Tech Publications Ltd|
|Abstract:||This scientific study deals with the main issues related to the process of filling inhomogeneous materials into a rectangular hopper. The article develops an algorithm for filling particles of structurally inhomogeneous materials. A micrograph of the structure of samples of inhomogeneous materials is presented. It was found that the structure of samples of heterogeneous materials consists of three layers: external, internal and impurities of various grinding aggregates. Based on microstructural analysis, the presence of particles of various shapes and sizes was justified. On the basis of which the main initial conditions for filling the package with spherical particles were described. The basic physical and mechanical properties of structurally inhomogeneous materials were studied using the obtained results. We also constructed an approximate dependence of porosity on the particle diameter of inhomogeneous materials.|
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