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Old   November 21, 2023, 01:39
Default Rosin Rammler Particle Size Distribution in Solid Particle Modeling
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I am currently employing the Rosin Rammler particle size distribution for solid particle modelling in my simulation. I have derived the scaling factor (λ) and shape factor (n) of the Rosin Rammler distribution using an experimental particle size distribution. However, upon integrating these values into my simulation, I encountered an anomaly. The smallest particle size aligns with the values presented in the table, but the largest particle size is approximately 5.1 mm instead of the expected 12.5 mm.

I am seeking insights into why the Rosin Rammler distribution fails to accurately inject larger particles into my simulation. Any assistance or suggestions regarding this matter would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
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