EDEM simulation technology is used by a global community of more than a thousand researchers and students at over 300 academic institutions worldwide.
Whether you want to deploy Discrete Element Method in your research or want to expand your curriculum with a DEM-related subject, EDEM software can add another dimension to your research and help expand horizons for your students.
- Combine DEM simulation with experimental investigation to understand processes involving particles
- Develop new equipment and methods for bulk solids handling and processing
- Investigate fundamental characteristics of particle systems
Modern user interface for quick simulation set up and instant access
Access to EDEM API
Write your own custom physics and simulate a virtually unlimited range of interactions
Couple with CFD, MBD and FEA for complex multi-physics applications
Solve problems with the support of a worldwide community of academic and industry users
What our clients say
Validated by over 1000 academic researchers at over 300 institutions around the world.
Find out how EDEM software is used in a wide range of research areas.
In my opinion EDEM is the fastest and the most versatile commercial DEM software on the market. EDEM’s advanced capabilities, customization options, and coupling module capabilities are major strengths, providing unique characteristics required for research on industrial cases.
EDEM’s advanced simulation capability and fast run times, using parallel processing, gives us the ability to simulate, visualize and analyze very large particle systems. The user-friendly GUI helped us quickly integrate EDEM simulation into our research, allowing us to publish results within months of deploying the platform.
EDEM Academic Partner Program
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Fully-featured version of EDEM, inclusive of API, for limitless research applications. Simulate the behavior of a wide range of particle systems, including particle-particle, particle-fluid, particle-structure and particle-electromagnetic interactions.FIND OUT MORE