MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 197, 2018The 3rd Annual Applied Science and Engineering Conference (AASEC 2018)
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|Published online||12 September 2018|
Simulation of granular in two dimensions: The effect of particle velocity on rigid wall boundary
Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Physics Education Department, Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, 13220 Jakarta, Indonesia
2 Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Digital Physics Laboratory, Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, 13220 Jakarta, Indonesia
3 Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Chemistry Education Department, Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, 13220 Jakarta, Indonesia
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The various setting of granular systems becomes an interesting and important thing to learn another granular-like system. Each system can represent different physical meaning. In this work, we perform two dimensions simulations of granular on the rigid wall. The varying initial velocities generate for each particle. We used two sets of the rigid wall, straight and inclined wall. The interaction of particle-particle and wall-particles used frictionless rigid body interaction. From the simulation result, observed that the small increment of a given velocity affected the reached maximum height particle as rapidly. The inclined wall indicates the less number of particles that pass through the wall. Future work can implement these results such as on granular energy damping.
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