Evaluate the feasibility of using the distinct‐ element modeling to
study the flow and segregation of frictional particles without cohesion.
Simulate an experimental test corresponding to the charge/discharge of a scale model batch hopper.
Analyze the segregation observed in the hopper after its charge.
The Fifth International Itasca Symposium will be held at the University of Vienna (Austria). The Symposium will features the application of Itasca software for solving engineering and scientific challenges in geomechanics, hydrogeology, microseismicity, and more.
Mr. Hortberg has a Master of Civil Engineering degree with a major in Rock Mechanics. Sebastian has experience of tunnel projects in early stages. Previous work has been rock mechanical problems for slopes and tunnels. He has experience from field work where the majority of work has been stability assessment of tunnels and slopes.
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