Simulating Elasto-Plastic-Adhesive Contact Deformation in EDEM
In this guest post, the Ghadiri Research Group reports on a new contact model they developed to simulate the complex behavior of bulk solids such as cohesive powders.
From weeks to hours – how GPU technology is changing the face of Discrete Element Modeling
Simulating millions of particles in hours is now reality thanks to the powerful EDEM GPU solver combined with the latest graphic cards.
Predicting Drill Wear using the Discrete Element Method
Drilling is a key operation in the construction of numerous structures. The Discrete Element Method enables engineers to simulate and predict wear on drilling tools, which is vital in order to achieve optimal drilling performance.
Calculating loads for Finite Element Analysis and Multi-body Dynamics simulations – the good, the bad and the ugly
How confident are you in your current way of calculating loads? In this post we discuss traditional approaches and introduce a better alternative.
How to simulate bulk material behavior for optimized equipment design?
Learn how you can include the impact of bulk materials on your equipment in your simulations with the Discrete Element Method.
New ‘EDEM for Postdoc’ program – supporting research in the field of Discrete Element Modeling
New initiative offers free EDEM software license to help academics secure research funding.
Optimizing equipment design with Finite Element Analysis and Multi-Body Dynamics – what are you missing?
Find out why it is important to take into account the impact of bulk materials when designing heavy equipment.
New Discrete Element Method Jobs platform – Connecting DEM experts with companies
A group connecting employers looking for candidates with DEM experience and professionals looking for a job where they can apply their DEM skills.
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.