Granular fountains: Convection cascade in a compartmentalized granular gas

van der Meer D, van der Weele K, Reimann P (2006)
PHYSICAL REVIEW E 73(6): 061304.

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This paper extends the two-compartment granular fountain [D. van der Meer, P. Reimann, K. van der Weele, and D. Lohse, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 184301 (2004)] to an arbitrary number of compartments: The tendency of a granular gas to form clusters is exploited to generate spontaneous convective currents, with particles going down in the well-filled compartments and going up in the diluted ones. We focus upon the bifurcation diagram of the general K-compartment system, which is constructed using a dynamical flux model and which proves to agree quantitatively with results from molecular dynamics simulations.
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van der Meer D, van der Weele K, Reimann P. Granular fountains: Convection cascade in a compartmentalized granular gas. PHYSICAL REVIEW E. 2006;73(6): 061304.
van der Meer, D., van der Weele, K., & Reimann, P. (2006). Granular fountains: Convection cascade in a compartmentalized granular gas. PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 73(6): 061304.
van der Meer, D., van der Weele, K., and Reimann, P. (2006). Granular fountains: Convection cascade in a compartmentalized granular gas. PHYSICAL REVIEW E 73:061304.
van der Meer, D., van der Weele, K., & Reimann, P., 2006. Granular fountains: Convection cascade in a compartmentalized granular gas. PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 73(6): 061304.
D. van der Meer, K. van der Weele, and P. Reimann, “Granular fountains: Convection cascade in a compartmentalized granular gas”, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, vol. 73, 2006, : 061304.
van der Meer, D., van der Weele, K., Reimann, P.: Granular fountains: Convection cascade in a compartmentalized granular gas. PHYSICAL REVIEW E. 73, : 061304 (2006).
van der Meer, Devaraj, van der Weele, Ko, and Reimann, Peter. “Granular fountains: Convection cascade in a compartmentalized granular gas”. PHYSICAL REVIEW E 73.6 (2006): 061304.
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