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A mathematician’s odyssey into the world of granular flows: From microscopic considerations to a continuum theory

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I shall aim to highlight some of the peculiarities and many of the difficulties in working with grains in the form of a fairly general overview. Following this, we will examine a model proposed by Jop et al. (Nature 441 (2006) 727-730), and some of my own efforts in applying it to simple geometries.

This talk is part of the Surfaces, Microstructure and Fracture Group series.

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