Blog & News
EDEM Team Presents: How EDEM Saved Christmas – Part 2
Get in the holiday spirit with our festive EDEM video!
Bringing Simulation Technology to the Process Industries in Japan
Osaka Prefecture University in association with ANSYS Japan, Cybernet and EDEM have launched a new educational program whose aim is to develop simulation expertise among engineers in the process industries in Japan.
Research Spotlights – latest projects using EDEM
Our academic users are sharing their research! Find out how EDEM is being used in a wide range of engineering disciplines.
Application of DEM to simulate a cone crusher
A guest post about the applicability of using EDEM to model the crushing of iron ore and optimize the performance of a cone crusher in the mining industry.
Bringing Discrete Element Modelling to the Classroom at Budapest University of Technology and Economics
In this guest post, our academic user Ádám Kovács shares his experience using EDEM software as a teaching tool as part of a course on Agricultural Materials.
5 things EDEM users want (and what we are doing about it)
Speed, customization, visualization... Find out what key features and enhancements EDEM users are asking for and more importantly - how we are addressing those requests and needs.
Investigating the Blend Homogeneity inside a Bin Blender using Discrete Element Method
In this guest post, researchers of Rutgers University explain how they used EDEM to simulate an industrial scale tumbling bin blender and study its mixing dynamics.
New Jobs at EDEM
Several opportunities are currently available to join EDEM Technical team. Apply now!
Breaking new ground – Using EDEM and Adams to increase the accuracy of system level simulations in less time and effort
In this guest post, Darren Simoni of DSIM Technologies shares a case study of a skid-steer loader design using EDEM-Adams co-simulation.
Simulate faster with the new EDEM GPU solver
EDEM Product Manager discusses the benefits of using the new EDEM GPU engine, what increase in performance to expect for simulations as well as providing recommendations when it comes to choosing a graphics card.
EDEM just became a lot faster! Discover EDEM 2017
Latest release, EDEM 2017, features a GPU solver engine, a new interface as well as key enhancements in usability and performance that further streamline simulation workflow.
Analysis of continuous operation of conical screen mill to optimize its performance
In this guest post, researchers of New Jersey Institute of Technology report on the applicability of EDEM to understand the performance of a conical screen mill, and how it can be employed to study Residence Time Distribution in powder processes.