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[Question #676528]: Experimental behaviour is different from simulated one
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I've done some tests in laboratory and I'm trying to reproduce the experimental behaviour using YADE but there is something that I don't understand.
The geometry of the problem is the following:
There is an hollow aluminum cylinder fixed to the ground and filled with 20000 aluminum alloy spheres (granular material). An object (named "intruder") , almost in contact with the granular material, is let free to fall inside the cylinder with a given initial velocity ( lets say impact velocity). The objective is to dissipate its kinetic energy by means of the granular material. The problem is that the granular material seems to dissipate the kinetic energy in really more efficient way than what happens in laboratory.
I'm using the following values for the materials:
idIntruder = O.materials.append(FrictMat(young=80e9,poisson=.33,frictionAngle=.3,density = 2700,label="intruder"))
idCylinder = O.materials.append(FrictMat(young=80e9,poisson=.33,frictionAngle=.3,density = 2700,label="cylinder"))
idSphere = O.materials.append(FrictMat(young=72e9,poisson=.33,frictionAngle=.3,density = 2690,label="sphere"))
and the engine is like this:
If more information are needed do not esitate to ask please, it's the first time I write here and I'm not sure if I explained the problem in an understandable way. It have been days that I'm trying to understand where the issue could be and maybe someone more expert than me will find it quickly. I have very short time to deliver my work and this forum is my last chance. I hope someone can help me.
Thank you so much in advance,
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