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Find out more about the Discrete Element Method, its basic concepts and governing principles.

What is DEM?

Theoretical background behind the

Discrete Element Method (DEM)


The Discrete Element Method (DEM) is a particle-scale numerical method for modeling the bulk behavior of granular materials and many geomaterials such as coal, ores, soil, rocks, aggregates, pellets, tablets and powders.





  • Modeling Approaches
  • DEM Background
  • Particle Motion
  • Time Steps
  • Interaction Models
  • Contact Detection
  • Particle Shapes
  • Material Calibration
  • Geometries in DEM
  • DEM Coupling


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EDEM simulation provides engineers with crucial insight into how bulk materials will interact with their equipment during a range of operation and process conditions.


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