DEM Literature Database

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Title Author(s) Year Source Publisher
On the suitability of a 3D discrete element method to model the composite damage induced by thermal expansion mismatch E. Bellenger, G.A. Hassan, P.M. Guessama, W. Leclerc 2019 Computational Particle Mechanics Springer
Application of DEM to predict the elastic behavior of particulate composite materials C. Pélegris, E. Bellenger, H. Haddad, M. Guessasma, N. Ferguen, W. Leclerc 2017 Granular Matter Springer
An improved 2D modeling of bearing based on DEM for predicting mechanical stresses in dynamic C. Machado, E. Bellenger, M. Guessasma 2017 Mechanism and Machine Theory Elsevier
An improved 2D modeling of bearing based on DEM for predicting mechanical stresses in dynamic C. Machado, E. Bellenger, M. Guessasma 2017 Mechanism and Machine Theory Elsevier
Electromechanical modeling by DEM for assessing internal ball bearing loading C. Machado, E. Bellenger, M. Guessasma 2015 Mechanism and Machine Theory Elsevier
A numerical model for predicting effective thermal conductivities of alumina/Al composites C. Cogné, C. Pélegris, E. Bellenger, M. Guessasma, N. Ferguen 2013 Journal of Composite Materials Sage
DEM ball bearing model and defect diagnosis by electrical measurement E. Bellenger, J. Fortin, K. Bourbatache, M. Guessasma, V. Bourny 2013 Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing Elsevier
Discrete modelling of electrical transfer in multi-contact systems A. Tekaya, E. Bellenger, K. Bourbatache, M. Guessasma, V. Bourny 2012 Granular Matter Springer
Discrete modeling of granular flow with thermal transfer: Application to the discharge of silos C. Cogné, E. Bellenger, J. Fortin, M. Guessasma, V.D. Nguyen 2009 Applied Thermal Engineering Elsevier