DEM Literature Database

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Title Author(s) Year Source Publisher
On the use of a powder rheometer to probe defluidization of cohesive particles A. Shetty, C. M. Hrenya, I. Mishra, P. Liu 2019 Chemical Engineering Science Elsevier
Discrete Element Analysis of the Reconstruction Method for Randomly Shaped Pebbles H. Chen, P. Liu, P. Shi, Q. Yu, X. Zhao 2019 IEEE Access IEEE
On the Effective Speed Control Characteristics of a Truck Escape Ramp Based on the Discrete Element Method P. Liu, P. Shi, Q. Yu, X. Zhao, Y.Ye 2019 IEEE Access IEEE
Three-dimensional discrete element modeling of the irregularly shaped pebbles used in a truck escape ramp C. Zhou, P. Liu, P. Shi, Q. Yu, X. Zhao 2019 Computational Particle Mechanics Springer
Discrete simulation of particle manipulation in micro-fluid with acoustic force P. Liu, Q. Li, W. Yang 2019 Powder Technology Elsevier
Dynamics of singlet-doublet collisions of cohesive particles C. M. Hrenya, C.Q. Lamarche, K. M. Kellogg, P. Liu 2017 Chemical Engineering Journal Elsevier
CDEM-based analysis of the 3D initiation and propagation of hydrofracturing cracks in heterogeneous glutenites J. Chen, P. Liu, P.G. Ranjith, Y. Ju, Y. Yang 2016 Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering Elsevier
Fine-particle defluidization: Interaction between cohesion, Young׳s modulus and static bed height C. M. Hrenya, C.Q. Lamarche, K. M. Kellog, P. Liu 2016 Chemical Engineering Science Elsevier
A system-size independent validation of CFD-DEM for noncohesive particles A. W. Weimer, C. M. Hrenya, C.Q. Lamarche, K. M. Kellogg, P. Liu 2015 AIChE Journal Wiley
Challenges of DEM: I. Competing bottlenecks in parallelization of gas–solid flows C. M. Hrenya, P. Liu 2014 Powder Technology Elsevier