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Discrete Element Methods
FLSmidth A/S, Vigerslev Allé 77, 2500 Valby, "S Canteen" NOTE NEW LOCATION - click for map
Wednesday 25 March 2009, 13.00 - 16.00

Discrete Element Method

Discrete Element Method (DEM) is a method for computing the motion of a large number of particles like molecules or grains of sand. DEM describes the contacts and movement of those discrete particles and DEM manages information about each individual particle (mass, temperature, velocity and so on) and the forces acting on it. It can also take into account the particle’s shape, rather than assuming that all particles are spherical. DEM can be coupled with Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) so fluid forces acting on the discrete particles can be included as well. Discrete element methods are processor intensive and this limits either the length of a simulation or the number of particles but advances in the software and hardware are beginning to take advantage of parallel processing capabilities to scale up the number of particles or length of the simulation.

12.00 Lunch - (Optional)
FLSmidth is proud to invite the DANSIS participants to a welcome lunch for those who would like to come earlier and meet business relations.
13.00 Welcome
Kimmo Vesamäki, Global Functional Manager,R&D, FLSmidth A/S
Presentation in PDF
13:15 Presentation of EDEM

Dr. Chris Riley, DEM-Solutions, United Kingdom
Presentation in PDF

13:40 Use of DEM at FLSmidth A/S

M.Sc. Michael Bo Dragsdal Hansen, FLSmidth A/S, Denmark
Presentation in PDF

14:05 Break


 

14:45 DEM in crushing and screening applications

Johannes Quist (BSc Mech Eng)
Product and Production Development
Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden
Abstract in PDF
Presentation in PDF 

15:10 Coupling of DEM and CFD - Simulations and Experiments

Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Kloss
Christian-Doppler Laboratory on Particulate Flow Modelling
Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer
Johannes Kepler University, Linz/Austria
Abstract in PDF
Presentation in PDF
 

15:35 Parallel Scaling of the Discrete Element Method

Dr. Jens Walther, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Presentation in PDF

16:00 Roundup

 

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