DEM Literature Database

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Title Author(s) Year Source Publisher
State-of-the-art review of erosion modeling in fluid/solids systems J.X. Bouillard, R.W. Lyczkowski 2002 Progress in Energy and Combustion Science Elsevier
Mesh size sensitivity of the combined FEM/DEM fracture and fragmentation algorithms A. Munjiza, N.W.M. John 2002 Engineering Fracture Mechanics Elsevier
Moment tensors and micromechanical models J. F. Hazzard, R.P Young 2002 Tectonophysics Elsevier
Simulation of failure around a circular opening in rock A. Fakhimi, F. Carvalho, J.F. Labuz, T. Ishida 2002 International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences Elsevier
An improved discrete element method based on a variational formulation of the frictional contact law G. de Saxce, J. Fortin, M. Hjiaj 2002 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier
Simulation of a soil loosening process by means of the modified distinct element method A. Oida, A.J. Koolen, M. Momozu, M. Yamazaki 2002 Journal of Terramechanics Elsevier
A direct approach of modeling batch grinding in ball mills using population balance principles and impact energy distribution A. Datta, R. K. Rajamani 2002 International Journal of Mineral Processing Elsevier
An improved contact model for ball mill simulation by the discrete element method B.K. Mishra, C. Thornton 2002 Advanced Powder Technology Elsevier
Assessment of discrete element method for one ball bouncing in a grinding mill H. Dong, M.H. Moys 2002 International Journal of Mineral Processing Elsevier
Discrete particle-continuum fluid modelling of gas–solid fluidised beds C. Thornton, K.D. Kafui, M.J. Adams 2002 Chemical Engineering Science Elsevier