E3S Web Conf.
Volume 234, 2021The International Conference on Innovation, Modern Applied Science & Environmental Studies (ICIES2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||02 February 2021|
Micro-mechanical (granular) mixtures for environmental safety technologies
Odessa State Environmental University, Department of the General and Theoretical Physics, 15 Lvivska St., Odesa, 65016, Ukraine
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One of the most significant problems that belong to effective use of granular materials GM (for example, in the construction, pharmacological, chemical, agricultural and some other industries, as well as in the technologies of screening against internal radiation) is the difficulty of ensuring their maximum compaction in order to increase the efficiency of their practical application. In this way, we study of the properties of binary granular systems, the dynamics of their compaction and the impact on this process of the ratio of component sizes and partial parameters in order to provide an innovative step in the development of appropriate technologies. To this end, we propose to use the apparatus of Kirkwood-Buff theory in combination with model equations of state, like Carnahan-Starling, together with relevant phenomenological information, which obtained from direct observations. We report theoretically the fundamental possibility of increasing the degree and speed of packaging and at first describe substantiate empirical data in the full range of values of the volume (or molar) fraction.
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