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LBM/DEM numerical modeling of submerged cohesive granular discharge as a field scenario of sinkhole occurrence in flood condition

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Sinkhole formation caused by human activities or natural hazard has not been completely known, especially because the underground process remains invisible from the surface. Thus, physically understanding the internal evolution and the final collapse is necessary to improve risk assessment. The present 2D numerical modeling studies gravity-driven flow of grains at a sample scale by combining Discrete Element Method (DEM) and Lattice Boltzmann Method (LBM), where DEM is used to deal with the solid phase and LBM for modeling fluid phase. The destabilization of granular sample is simulated for both the case of non-cohesive and cohesive granular layers. Discharge rate related to terminal falling speed of grain vt, ratio of orifice diameter D to grain size d and grain density is investigated. In addition, a parametric analysis of the sinkhole formation is performed.
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hal-02091482 , version 1 (05-04-2019)

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Jianhua Fan, Li-Hua Luu, Gildas Noury, Pierre Philippe. LBM/DEM numerical modeling of submerged cohesive granular discharge as a field scenario of sinkhole occurrence in flood condition. Workshop on Powders and Granular Materials Challenges and Future Trends, Jun 2019, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-02091482⟩

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