EDEM Presentations Make a Big Impact at WCPT6 2010

Researchers from around the world presented the results of research deploying EDEM to advance understanding in particle technology in a wide range of application areas at the World Congress of Particle Technology 2010, held in April in Nuremberg, Germany. The Technical sessions covered 13 program areas, including specific Sessions for DEM Modeling and Simulation.

EDEM presentations at WCPT6:

  • “Calibration of DEM Material Models to Approximate Bulk Particle Characteristics” by John Favier, David Curry, and Richard LaRoche of DEM Solutions, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
  • “Fibre Modelling with the Discrete Element Method” by Stephen Cole, Richard LaRoche, and John Favier of DEM Solutions, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
  • “Analysis of Particle Motion in a Paddle Mixer: a Comparison between DEM Simulation and PEPT Measurement” by Ali Hassanpour and Mojtaba Ghadiri of the University of Leeds, Leeds, England, UK; Hongsing Tan and Andrew Bayly of Procter & Gamble Technical Center, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, UK and Prasad Gopalkrishnan of Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
  • “Modelling of Gas-Solid Flows in Packed Beds” by Wei Yang and Paal Skjetne, of SINTEF Materials & Chemistry, Chemical Engineering Group, Trondheim, Norway
  • “Investigation of Grinding Ball Movement and Energy Distribution in Planetary Balls Mills” by Stefan Rosenkranz, Sandra Breitung-Faes, and Arno Kwade of the Institute for Particle Technology (iPAT),
    TU Braunschweig
    , Braunschweig, Germany
  • “Predicting the Mixing Behaviour of Gravity Blenders Using the Discrete-Element-Method” by Rouven Weiler and Siegfried Ripperger of the TU Kaiserslautern, Kaiserlautern, Germany
  • “Calculation of Stresses on Inserts in Bulk Silos by Discrete Element Method (DEM)” by Marcus Ripp, Günter Dau and Siegfried Ripperger of TU Kaiserslautern, Kaiserlautern, Germany
  • “Comparison of the Discrete Element Method with a Finite Volume Approach for Predicting Bulk Flows and for Designing Silos” by Sebastian Schmidt1, Arnulf Latz, Dariusz Niedziela, Rouven Weiler and Siegfried Rippperger of TU Kaiserlautern, Kaiserlautern, Germany
  • “Calibration of DEM models using rotating drum and confined compression measurements” by Mical Johnstone and Jin Ooi of the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
  • “DEM investigation of the friction behaviour of multi-sphere particle models” by
    Rimantas Kacianauskas, Algis Dziugys, and Darius Markauskas of the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Vilnius, Lithuania; and Robertas Navakas of the Lithuanian Energy Institute, Kaunas, Lithuania
  • “Measurement of velocity field of particles in a two-dimensional spouted-bed by particle tracking velocimetry” by Satoshi Oh, Kaoru Yoshikawa, Takuya Tsuji, Toshihiro Kawaguchi, and Toshitsugu Tanaka of the Osaka University, Suita, Osaka, Japan

About the World Congress of Particle Technology 2010 (WCPT6)
– April 26-29

A scientific congress supported by PARTEC, this is one of the largest particle technology related events in Europe. The gathering of leading experts in particle technology alongside the PowTech and TechnoPharm exhibitions provides a great opportunity for sharing of knowledge and discussion of the latest advances in both pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical-related fields. Conference proceedings are available for purchase from the sponsor.

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