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Sound wave velocities in dry and lubricated granular packings packings: numerical simulations and experiments

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Numerical simulations are used to investigate the origins of the different wave velocities measured in dense granular samples assembled with different methods. Glass bead packings are prepared in the lab either by pouring and vibrating the dry material in a container, or by mixing with a very small amount of a viscous lubricant. Lubricated samples, although less dense, exhibit significantly higher wave velocities for confining pressures in the 100 kPa range. Numerical predictions for elastic moduli agree much better with experimental results when the computational preparation of the samples mimics the laboratory one, albeit in a simplified manner. A plausible explanation to the laboratory observations is that the coordination number, which influences the material stiffness more than its density, is notably higher in lubricated packings.
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hal-00351155 , version 1 (19-01-2009)

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Ivana Agnolin, Jean-Noël Roux, Pascal Massaad, Xiaoping Jia, Pierre Mills. Sound wave velocities in dry and lubricated granular packings packings: numerical simulations and experiments. Powders & Grains (2005), 2005, Stuttgart, Germany. pp.313-317. ⟨hal-00351155⟩
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