Breakage Probality of Repeated Stressing of Granules by Configuring the Stressing Points
This book describes the breakage probability investigation of stressed granules by taking into account the stressing contact points by repeated stressing. During cyclic stressing the mechanical properties of granules are altered by number of stressing.
This alteration is represented by a developed model with one parameter q that denotes the influence of stressing contact points. The model is validated by double impact experiments. The additional experiments such as compression and free impact tests confirm the general results i.e damage accumulation during repeated stressing.
This book is recommended to the researchers that considers the inhomogenety of spherical granules by repeated stressing.