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Application of discrete element method for simulating

The objective of this paper is to simulate the effects of segregation of the feed material entering the hopper on top of a typical cone crusher. A commercially available Discrete Element Method (DEM) software has been used to simulate and demonstrate some important aspects and phenomena and problems that are common in cone crushers. The first phenomenon of interest is segregation and

Application of discrete element method for simulating

Application of discrete element method for simulating feeding conditions and size reduction in cone crushers. The simulation results for the original feed hopper arrangement together with four

Application of discrete element method for simulating

Application of discrete element method for simulating feeding conditions and size reduction in cone crushers Author(s) J. Quist Publisher The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Source XXV International Mineral Processing Congress (IMPC) 2010 Keywords cone crusher, dem, feed, particle size distributions, segregation, size reduction

Application of the Discrete Element Method for

Process simulation using mathematical modeling tools is becoming more common in the pharmaceutical industry. A mechanistic model is a mathematical modeling tool that can enhance process understanding, reduce experimentation cost and improve product quality. A commonly used mechanistic modeling approach for powder is the discrete element method (DEM).

Application of discrete element method for simulating

A commercially available Discrete Element Method (DEM) software has been used to simulate and demonstrate some important aspects and phenomena and problems that are common in cone crushers. The first phenomenon of interest is segregation and uneven distribution of the feed entering a

Application of the Discrete Element Method for

pharmaceutics Review Application of the Discrete Element Method for Manufacturing Process Simulation in the Pharmaceutical Industry Su Bin Yeom 1, Eun-Sol Ha 2, Min-Soo Kim 2,*, Seong Hoon Jeong 3,*, Sung-Joo Hwang 4 and Du Hyung Choi 1,* 1 Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering, Inje University, Gyeongnam 621-749, Korea 2 College of Pharmacy, Pusan National University,

Application of the Discrete Element Method for

Process simulation using mathematical modeling tools is becoming more common in the pharmaceutical industry. A mechanistic model is a mathematical modeling tool that can enhance process understanding, reduce experimentation cost and improve product quality. A commonly used mechanistic modeling approach for powder is the discrete element method (DEM). Most pharmaceutical materials have

Discrete Element Method an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Discrete element method is a numerical technique that calculates the interaction of a large number of particles [33]. For particle flow simulations, this method calculates defined displacements and rotations of discrete bodies of various types of particle shapes, which can be predicted through the gathering of assembled particles [34].

Application of the discrete element method for the

Mar 01, 2017 Sinaie et al. (2016) used 2D discrete element models to study the effect of thermal incompatibility on the degradation of concrete samples. Combined implementation of the discrete element and finite element methods have also been utilized for material simulation (Xu, Zang, 2014, Haddad, Guessasma, Fortin, 2016).

Application of the Discrete Element Method for

A commonly used mechanistic modeling approach for powder is the discrete element method (DEM). Most pharmaceutical materials have powder or granular material. Therefore, DEM might be widely applied in the pharmaceutical industry. This review focused on the basic elements of DEM and its implementations in pharmaceutical manufacturing simulation.

Application of the Discrete Element Method for

Process simulation using mathematical modeling tools is becoming more common in the pharmaceutical industry. A mechanistic model is a mathematical modeling tool that can enhance process understanding, reduce experimentation cost and improve product quality. A commonly used mechanistic modeling approach for powder is the discrete element method (DEM).

Application of the Discrete Element Method (DEM) for

Sep 17, 2018 Walker P., Kawalec W., Król R. (2019) Application of the Discrete Element Method (DEM) for Simulation of the Ore Flow Inside the Shaft Ore Bunker in the Underground Copper Ore Mine. In: Burduk A., Chlebus E., Nowakowski T., Tubis A. (eds) Intelligent Systems in Production Engineering and Maintenance. ISPEM 2018.

Application of the Discrete Element Method for

Process simulation using mathematical modeling tools is becoming more common in the pharmaceutical industry. A mechanistic model is a mathematical modeling tool that can enhance process understanding, reduce experimentation cost and improve product quality. A commonly used mechanistic modeling approach for powder is the discrete element method (DEM). Most pharmaceutical materials have

Die filling process simulation using discrete element

An approach using discrete element method (DEM) simulation is proposed to reproduce die filling process and investigate process characteristics that affect final sand cake shape and may lead to in-homogeneities in powder during the filling process.

Discrete Element Method (DEM) simulation of corn grain

and milling and geotechnical applications (Boac et al., 2014; Grima, Fraser, and Hastie, 2011). Discrete Element Method (DEM) is a numerical method for simulating large number of discrete small particles in a discontinuous system. This method uses two steps to model the particle’s behavior, Newton’s second law to determine

Vibrating screen: evaluating efficiency by using Discrete

Aug 07, 2017 Vibrating screen equipment. Vibrating screens are equipment used to separate and transport granulated materials in various processes throughout the mining, agriculture, pharmaceutical, food,and chemical industries.. Although vibrating screens have many applications, problems such as adhesion, clogging, corrosion, wear, and uneven feed distribution are still quite common.

Combined Finite-Discrete Element Method for Simulation of

Sep 22, 2015 Hydraulic fracturing is widely used in the exploitation of unconventional gas (such as shale gas).Thus, the study of hydraulic fracturing is of particular importance for petroleum industry. The combined finite-discrete element method (FDEM) proposed by Munjiza is an innovative numerical technique to capture progressive damage and failure processes in rock.

Using discrete element method software to design bulk

Marketing efforts for discrete element method modeling software focus on its benefits and positive attributes, but the method does have limitations. In this article we offer an overview of discrete element method, explain its limitations, and offer some guidance for how to most effectively use discrete element method for engineering design.

YADE-OPEN DEM: an open–source software using a discrete

discrete element method to simulate granular material J. Kozicki∗ [email protected] F.V. Donz´e† [email protected] August 18, 2008 Abstract Purpose YADE–OPEN DEM is an open source software based on the Discrete Element Method which uses object oriented programming techniques. The paper describes the software architecture.

[PDF] Review of methods and applications for incorporating

Since the early 1990s a great diversity of modeling techniques have been developed to combine fluid-flow models with the discrete element method (DEM). These methods have been applied to a broad spectrum of application areas. As fluid flow is a broad topic, no single fluid/DEM coupling method is suitable for all applications. This paper is intended as a top level review of the most common

Why apply DEM simulations in the pharmaceutical

May 07, 2019 Bulk particulate processes can be easily modeled using DEM. Standalone DEM has been used to model mixing, sieving, milling, wet granulation, tablet coating, hopper discharge, etc.If the fluid effects are important, like in drying, fluidized bed processes, etc., then DEM-CFD coupled models can be used.DEM can also be coupled with an FEM tool to model compression and aid in the development of

Application of the Discrete Element Method (DEM) for

Sep 17, 2018 Walker P., Kawalec W., Król R. (2019) Application of the Discrete Element Method (DEM) for Simulation of the Ore Flow Inside the Shaft Ore Bunker in the Underground Copper Ore Mine. In: Burduk A., Chlebus E., Nowakowski T., Tubis A. (eds) Intelligent Systems in Production Engineering and Maintenance. ISPEM 2018.

Discrete Element Method (DEM) simulation of corn grain

and milling and geotechnical applications (Boac et al., 2014; Grima, Fraser, and Hastie, 2011). Discrete Element Method (DEM) is a numerical method for simulating large number of discrete small particles in a discontinuous system. This method uses two steps to model the particle’s behavior, Newton’s second law to determine

Discrete Element Modeling DEM Software Altair EDEM

Powered by the Discrete Element Method (DEM), EDEM quickly and accurately simulates and analyzes the behavior of coal, mined ores, soils, fibers, grains, tablets, powders, and more. EDEM simulation provides engineers with crucial insight into how those materials will interact with their equipment during a range of operation and process conditions.

Why apply DEM simulations in the pharmaceutical

May 07, 2019 Bulk particulate processes can be easily modeled using DEM. Standalone DEM has been used to model mixing, sieving, milling, wet granulation, tablet coating, hopper discharge, etc.If the fluid effects are important, like in drying, fluidized bed processes, etc., then DEM-CFD coupled models can be used.DEM can also be coupled with an FEM tool to model compression and aid in the development of

Co-simulation framework of discrete element method and

The discrete element method (DEM) is a particle-based method that can be used to simulate the behaviour of a bulk material. The method computes the individual behaviour of each particle, studying its interactions with neighbouring particles and walls (Cundall and Strack, 1979). By calculating the interaction forces, the resulting motion can be

Vibrating screen: evaluating efficiency by using Discrete

Aug 07, 2017 Vibrating screen equipment. Vibrating screens are equipment used to separate and transport granulated materials in various processes throughout the mining, agriculture, pharmaceutical, food,and chemical industries.. Although vibrating screens have many applications, problems such as adhesion, clogging, corrosion, wear, and uneven feed distribution are still quite common.

Combined Finite-Discrete Element Method for Simulation of

Sep 22, 2015 Hydraulic fracturing is widely used in the exploitation of unconventional gas (such as shale gas).Thus, the study of hydraulic fracturing is of particular importance for petroleum industry. The combined finite-discrete element method (FDEM) proposed by Munjiza is an innovative numerical technique to capture progressive damage and failure processes in rock.

Using discrete element method software to design bulk

Marketing efforts for discrete element method modeling software focus on its benefits and positive attributes, but the method does have limitations. In this article we offer an overview of discrete element method, explain its limitations, and offer some guidance for how to most effectively use discrete element method for engineering design.

Discrete Element Modeling and Simulation Laboratory DEMSLab

DEMSLab, Discrete Element Modeling and Simulation Laboratory. All Applications. DEMSLab can simulate the behavior of the bulk materials in the conveyor, blender, ball mill, dryer

YADE-OPEN DEM: an open–source software using a discrete

discrete element method to simulate granular material J. Kozicki∗ [email protected] F.V. Donz´e† [email protected] August 18, 2008 Abstract Purpose YADE–OPEN DEM is an open source software based on the Discrete Element Method which uses object oriented programming techniques. The paper describes the software architecture.

Understanding the Discrete Element Method: Simulation of

Continuum methods have been applied in these fields, but lack any intrinsic mechanism to account for the transitions, behavior that is inherently discontinuous. The "natural" approach is to use particle simulation methods, often called the "discrete element method", where bodies in the physical system and the simulation match one to one.

Discrete particle simulation of particle–fluid flow: model

The approach of combining computational fluid dynamics (CFD) for continuum fluid and the discrete element method (DEM) for discrete particles has been increasingly used to study the fundamentals of coupled particle–fluid flows. Different CFD–DEM models have been used.

Discrete Element Method- (DEM-) Based Study on the Wear

The scraper conveyor is the key conveying equipment for fully mechanized coal mining. Wear failure of the chute is the main form of failure of the scraper conveyor. In this study, the discrete element method (DEM) was combined with the wear model. The wear mechanism and wear regularity of the chute were explored by tracking the changes in the position of coal particles during the wear process.

Co-simulation framework of Multibody discrete element

The discrete element method (DEM) is a particle-based method that can be used to simulate the behaviour of a bulk material. The method computes the individual behaviour of each particle, studying its interactions with neighbouring particles and walls (Cundall and Strack, 1979).