Research Spotlights – how academics use Discrete Element Method simulation
Keeping up to date with projects EDEM academic users worldwide are working on.
Assessing Screw-Powered Transportation in Granular Environments Utilizing Multi-Body Dynamics and Discrete Element Modeling
Andrew Thoesen (Arizona State University) explains how the Discrete Element Method enables to simulate granular material behaviors for assessing screw propelled vehicles mobility in numerous extraterrestrial environments.
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.
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.
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.
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.