Blog & News
EDEM publishes paper in collaboration with Astec and ANSYS demonstrating the capability and effectiveness of GPU technology to accelerate complex DEM-CFD simulations
Collaborative project provides key insight into aggregate drying process and implements innovative way of accelerating complex DEM-CFD simulations by making use of GPU technology.
Analyzing the operation and design of a Jaw Crusher using EDEM simulation software
Find out how EDEM can be used to simulate the crushing process and the type of analysis that can be performed with the software.
Customer Interview – Using EDEM at Astec
In this video interview, Andrew Hobbs, DEM/CFD Chief Engineer at Astec, Inc. explains how he uses EDEM software, what he thinks of it and the key benefits Astec, Inc. get from using it.
EDEM releases new version of EDEM BulkSim software for simulation-based design of transfer chutes
EDEM BulkSim 2.0 has been released with a range of enhancements and increased capabilities and performance.
Introducing motions to geometries easily in EDEM with the Motion Control Utility
Find out about the Motion Control Utility (MCU) that enables users to easily introduce motions to geometries that occur due to forces or torques being applied.
10 common questions about EDEM GPU answered
Find out more about the EDEM GPU solver engine, why and when to use GPU and multi-GPU, recommended cards and what speed-up to expect.
EDEM establishes subsidiary in South Korea
EDEM has opened a new EDEM subsidiary in Seoul, Korea to support a growing customer base in that region.
4 things you need to know about bulk materials
The world is full of bulk materials! Whether you call them rocks, powder, grains, tablets, granules, there are 4 things you need to know about them and the reason why EDEM exists!
Research Spotlights – how academics use Discrete Element Method simulation
Keeping up to date with projects EDEM academic users worldwide are working on.
The Need for Speed: New IForge GPUs Enable Faster Models, Simulations
Article published by National Center for Supercomputing Applications