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Predict the Behavior of Your Product Based on Complex Particles & Multiphysics Simulations
May 27, 2021
Thu, May 27, 2021 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM MDT
The simulation market is expanding beyond Fluids and Structures towards modeling of particulate systems. Particle mechanics can now solve issues related to particle motion and the interaction between particles & fluids and/or structures.
DEM (Discrete Element Modeling) is a branch of CAE that is gaining popularity as it is becoming possible to model large numbers of particles and account for particle shape, particle break-up at the same as well.
Rocky DEM is a powerful, 3D Discrete Element Modeling (DEM) program that quickly and accurately simulates particle behavior within a conveyor chute, mill, or other materials handling system. This solution is a revolutionary way to handle an issue through computer simulation.
Rocky analyzes media flow patterns and energy absorption rates, particle breakage, energy spectra analysis, optimizes life expectancy of conveyor belts and components, minimizes material spillage in a design, reduces the need for dust control and suppression among numerous other applications.
Short impression On Thursday May 27th 14h00 we would like to invite you to the webinar Predict the behavior of your product based on complex particles and multi-physics simulations hosted by Infinite Simulation Systems colleague Garry Vandeberg.
Discover how quickly and accurately Ansys Rocky simulates the flow behavior of bulk materials with complex particle shapes and size distributions including Multi-GPU processing, accurate particle physics including breakage, integrated multibody, seamless integration to Mechanical, CFD and FEA, unique customization and automation API’s.
During the webinar we will demonstrate that Rocky DEM is fully integrated with the Ansys Workbench suite of products, allowing you to perform various coupled analyses of particle simulations with other physics. This enables you to reduce the costs associated with design iterations.
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