The Discrete Element Method (DEM) introduced by Cundall (1974) and Cundall and Strack (1979) is a numerical method used to compute the stresses and displacements in a volume containing a large number of particles such as grains of sand.
What does DEM stand for?
DEM stands for Discrete Element Method (numerical simulation technique for particle dynamics problems)
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an American developer of Discrete Element Method (DEM) software, and Compumod today announced an agreement which endows Compumod the exclusive rights to represent Applied DEM's Bulk Flow Analyst[TM] application in Australia and New Zealand.
Research interests include analysis of static and dynamic soil structure interaction by the finite element method, the simulation of materials by discrete element method.
Numerical simulation of the compacting of particles for the biaxial compression test using the discrete element method is presented.