DEM Literature Database

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Title Author(s) Year Source Publisher
Comparison of two-fluid and discrete particle modeling of gas-particle flows in micro fluidized beds J. Su, L. Cui, X. Liu, Y. Qian 2018 Powder Technology Elsevier
Experimental and DEM analyses on wheel-soil interaction B. Xi, L. Cui, M. Jiang, Y. Dai 2017 Journal of Terramechanics Elsevier
DEM modeling of pullout behavior of geogrid reinforced ballast: The effect of particle shape C. X. Miao, J-J Zheng, L. Cui, R-J. Zhang 2017 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier
DEM simulations of methane hydrate exploitation by thermal recovery and depressurization methods C. Fu, F. Zhu, L. Cui, M. Jiang, Z. Shen 2016 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier
Numerical analysis of enhanced mixing in a Gallay tote blender G. Zhou, J. Xu, L. Cui, W. Ge, X. Rin 2016 Particuology Elsevier
Investigating mechanism of inclined CPT in granular ground using DEM L. Cui, M. Jiang, X. Wang, Y. Dai, Z. Shen 2014 Granular Matter Springer
DEM analysis of “soil”-arching within geogrid-reinforced and unreinforced pile-supported embankments H-J. Lai, J-J Zheng, J. Zhang, L. Cui, R-J. Zhang 2014 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier
Effects of granular soil micro-mechanics on the pressure-sinkage relationship L. Cui, S. Avramidis 2013 POWDERS AND GRAINS 2013: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Micromechanics of Granular Media American Institute of Physics
GPU-based discrete element simulation on a tote blender for performance improvement H. Qi, J. Li, J. Xu, L. Cui, W. Ge, X. Ren 2013 Powder Technology Elsevier
Micromechanics of granular material response during load reversals: Combined DEM and experimental study C. O’Sullivan, L. Cui 2009 Powder Technology Elsevier