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Granular segregation in driven binary monolayers

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A shallow binary mixture of dry particles shaken horizontally has a tendency to segregate into patterns of stripes if the combined filling fraction of two types of particles exceed a critical value. These patterns resemble striping of stones, the geological phenomenon observed in many polar and high alpine environments. In this talk we will discuss results of the experimental and theoretical studies aimed at understanding possible mechanisms behind the segregation phenomenon.

This talk is part of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Flows (IEEF) series.

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