Join us for a free live webinar on Thursday 8 September, 2016:
What is DEM – an Introduction to the Discrete Element Method

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

This method has been applied to simulate and analyze flow behavior in a wide range of disciplines including pharmaceutical and process engineering, mechanical engineering, materials science, agricultural engineering and more.

In this webinar, we will look at the theoretical background behind the Discrete Element Method (DEM).

Topics covered
• Modeling Approaches: Continuum and Discrete
• Background and Definition of DEM
• Particle Motion Calculations
• Importance of Time Steps
• Forces and Contact Models
• Contact Detection Algorithms
• Particle Shape Representation
• Material Calibration
• Geometries in DEM Simulations
• DEM Coupling and Co-simulations

Webinar details
Thursday 8 September, 2016
Duration: 45 minutes + time for questions


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Who should attend?

Engineers, students and researchers interested to find out about the Discrete Element Method and the basic concepts and governing principles of this method.

Interested, but can’t attend? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording.

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