DEM Literature Database

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Title Author(s) Year Source Publisher
On a fabric evolution law incorporating the effects of b-value D. S. Yang, H.S. Yu, N. Hu, R. Yuan 2019 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier
A numerical investigation into sand grain/slope bed collision N. Huang, X. Yin, Z. Wang 2017 Powder Technology Elsevier
Calculation of the repulsive force between two clay particles G. Zhou, N. Hu, X. Shang 2015 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier
CFD–DEM simulation of the filtration performance for fibrous media based on the mimic structure F. Qian, J. Lu, N. Huang, Y. Han 2014 Computers & Chemical Engineering Elsevier
Factors that control the development of fault-bend versus fault-propagation folds: Insights from mechanical models based on the discrete element method (DEM) A. N. Hughes, J. H. Shaw, N. P. Benesh 2014 Journal of Structural Geology Elsevier
Discrete element modeling for the study of the effect of soft inclusions on the behavior of soil mix material A. Vervoort, G. Van Lysebetten, J. Maertens, N. Huybrechts 2014 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier
Numerical study of the gas–solid flow characteristic of fibrous media based on SEM using CFD–DEM F. Qian, J. Lu, N. Huang, X. Zhu 2013 Powder Technology Elsevier
Modeling collective dynamics of particulate systems under time-varying operating conditions based on Markov chains J. Bao, J. D. Tjakra, N. Hudon, R. Yang 2013 Advanced Powder Technology Elsevier
A study of the three-dimensional particle size segregation structure in a rotating drum A. N. Huang, H. P. Kuo 2012 AIChE Journal Wiley-VCH
Studies of Particulate System Dynamics in Rotating Drums using Markov Chains J. Bao, J. D. Tjakra, N. Hudon, R. Yang 2012 IFAC Proceedings Volumes Elsevier