Blog & News
Top 5 EDEM blog posts of 2015
As we start another year we take a moment to re-visit the 5 EDEM blog posts that were the most popular in 2015. Guest posts on comminution and fluid coupling, tips to get the best out of EDEM…catch up now!
2016 New Year’s message from CEO Richard LaRoche
Richard LaRoche, Chief Executive Officer of EDEM, takes a moment to reflect on the key events of last year and wish everyone a great start to 2016!
EDEM Team Presents: How EDEM Saved Christmas
Ending the year on a festive note with a special EDEM video!
Making contact – Using EDEM API to write custom contact models
This is the first in a series of posts focusing on contact models and showing examples of how the EDEM Application Programming Interface (API) can be used to customize and write new models for specific applications and complex bulk material behavior.
Getting the right material for the job
Generic EDEM Material Model Database extended by 80% to cover wider range of materials
From Graduate to Engineering Manager – an Engineer’s journey
We’re celebrating an important milestone for the EDEM technical team with Stephen Cole, Engineering Manager, reaching 10 years of service! We took this opportunity to have a chat with Stephen and reflect on his career and experience.
New milestone for the EDEM Academic Partner Program
1,000 students and researchers at over 200 academic institutions worldwide deploy EDEM simulation software for research
Get your EDEM driving license in 5 easy steps
Are you interested in Discrete Element Method (DEM) simulation? Do you want to learn how to use EDEM software? Find out more about our EDEM eLearning portal, courses offered, how to get started and how to obtain your official certificate.
How-to: Modeling chains with particles
Following the results of the EDEM Visualization Contest, some of you have asked us how it is possible to model chains such as the ones shown in the log debarking video submitted by Andrew Hobbs. Well the answer is very simple: with particles!
Enhanced equipment design using EDEM co-simulation
Article published in Australian Bulk Handling Review
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.