Blog & News
Modelling geomaterials – new insight from our Intern
Our engineering intern reports on his work looking at using the Generic EDEM Material Model Database to model geomaterials such as sand, gravel, clay, etc. The example looked at consists of modelling the interaction between sand and a tillage tool.
EDEM Visualization Contest – See who won!
EDEM users show off their innovation and simulation expertise – view the winning simulation images and videos!
Particle shear modulus – it can save you time
Particle Shear Modulus is one of the key parameters we can use to influence the time taken to run a simulation. Find out how reducing the Shear Modulus can result in faster simulations when used with caution.
Meet the Winners of 2015 EDEM Visualization Contest
We're pleased to showcase the most impressive EDEM simulations videos of users from industry and academia.
Welcome to EDEM eLearning – your home for mastering EDEM simulation
DEM Solutions is pleased to announce the launch of its EDEM eLearning portal – a key platform to support training and development for engineers and students in the field of Discrete Element Method (DEM) simulation.
Playing with dirt at the GEMM database test center
In this video blog we take you through a demonstration of the Generic EDEM Material Model (GEMM) database. This was filmed during a conference and includes some live experiments, have a look!
More Free Stuff !
Want to know what the GEMM Database is? Interested in using EDEM for Academic Research? Attend one of our free live webinars!
Fluid Coupling: why should I care?
In this guest post, Andrew Hobbs, Chief CFD/DEM Engineer at Astec looks at particle – fluid interactions and discusses different options available to model complex systems where particles are influenced by the surrounding fluid (and vice versa!)
Investing in the Future of Engineering
DEM Solutions sponsors the University of Edinburgh Greenpower racing team
Our new worldwide Alumni community!
Find out more about our EDEM Academic Alumni Association. What is it? What are the key benefits? and learn about our ‘Take EDEM with you’ initiative…
Using the GEMM database and applying it to an EDEM – Adams Simulation
Find out how the Generic EDEM Material Model (GEMM) Database can be used to easily input a variety of different material models into your simulation. This post shows the example of an excavator handling two materials with different levels of cohesion