A two-fluid particle-wall collision model accounting for wall roughness is proposed. It accounts for the effects of wall friction, restitution, in particular the wall roughness, and hence the redistribution of particle Reynolds stresses in different directions at the wall, the absorption of turbulent kinetic energy from the kinetic energy of mean motion at the wall and the attenuation of particle motion by the wall. It gives the effect of wall roughness on the particle turbulence. The proposed model is applied to simulate gas-particle horizontal channel flows and is validated using PDPA measurement results. It is shown that presently used zero-gradient boundary conditions and other collision models of particle phase might give false results.

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