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Segregation in Frictional Granular Flows

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Segregation occurs in many geophysical flows with plastic behaviour including avalanches and rock-slides, but there is no generally accepted theory and almost no quantitative comparisons. We develop a general theory of segregation based on multi-component diffusion, analyse its consequences and compare the predictions with discrete element method simulations. The effects of the segregation on the frictional rheology are analysed.

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

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