Real World Solids Modeling with Combined CFD and Discrete Element Modeling | CD-adapco
Real World Solids Modeling with Combined CFD and Discrete Element Modeling
Date: 
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Description: 

This online webcast explores the benefits of a combined CFD/DEM approach and how engineers can expand its application so it is fully coupled with numerical flow simulation in a single environment. Engineers across a broad spectrum of industries increasingly use DEM simulation tools to analyze the granular motion and interaction of solid particles such as aggregates, sand, rocks, food particles, metal fragments, tablets, capsules and Slurries.

DEM allows the tracking and interaction between every particle in a numerically efficient manner, the modelling of contact forces and energy transfer due to collisions and also conductive and radiation heat transfer between particles. The combination of solids simulation with Computational Fluid Dynamics to allow fluid flow and heat transfer effects to be also included.

This webcast underscores the benefits of a combined CFD/DEM approach and how engineers can expand its application so it is fully coupled with numerical flow simulation in a single environment. Engineers learn new techniques for setting up a parameterized model, import and clean-up complex CAD models, apply advanced physics (radiation, fluid-particle interaction) and use powerful data analysis and visualization to optimize their models.

Real World Solids simulation has finally arrived in a single, easy to use CAE environment!

Industries: 
ManufacturingManufacturing - Applications
Speaker: 
Jon Lewin
Ian Greig
Speaker Company: 
CD-adapco
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