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Continuous or catastrophic solid–liquid transition in jammed systems
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FIG. 1.

Distribution of the different flow regimes observed in our experiments as a function of the restructuration time (rest period) and the solid fraction of the material [for a constant mass of fluid (3.7 kg)].

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FIG. 2.

(Color). Typical aspects of the flow in the different regimes: (a) Type I, simple liquid wave ; (b) Type II, yield stress fluid layer ; (c) Type III, landslide ; (d) Type IV, solid at rest .

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FIG. 3.

(Color). Aspect of the flow from 2D simulations with FLOW 3D of the channelized flow after a certain time, as described in the text, under rheological conditions: (the value deduced from complete measurements in Ref. 10), and (a) (Regime I); (b) (Regime II); (c) (Regime III); (d) (Regime IV). The colors correspond to the different values of the structure parameter.

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FIG. 4.

(Color online). Total kinetic energy of the system as a function of time in the 2D simulations described in Fig. 3 and corresponding to the different flow regimes described in the text.


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Scitation: Continuous or catastrophic solid–liquid transition in jammed systems