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Introduction to Discrete Element Method using Rocky DEM

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  • Module 1 - Introduction to DEM and Basic Concepts
    • Student Handbook
    • 1.1 Introduction to Discrete Element Modeling
    • Introduction to Discrete Element Modeling - Lecture Material
    • 1.2 Basic Contact Force Models
    • Basic Contact Force Models - Lecture Material
    • 1.3 Additional Physics Models
    • Additional Physics Models - Lecture Material
    • Quiz 01
  • Module 2 - Workshop: Transfer Chute
    • 2.1 Workshop 01- Transfer Chute (Setup)
    • Workshop 01 - Transfer Chute Part A: Project Setup and Processing
    • 2.2 Workshop 01 -Transfer Chute (Post-Processing)
    • Workshop 01 - Transfer Chute Part B: Post-Processing
    • Workshop 01 - Input Files
    • Quiz 02
  • Module 3 - Particle Shapes and Motion Frames
    • 3.1 Particle Shapes
    • Particle Shapes - Lecture Material
    • 3.2 Motion Frames
    • Motion Frames - Lecture Material
    • Quiz 03
  • Module 4 - Post-processing in Rocky DEM
    • 4.1 Post-processing I
    • Post-processing I - Lecture Material
    • 4.2 Post-processing II
    • Post-processing II - Lecture Material
    • Quiz 04
  • Module 5 - Additional Contact Force Models and Coarse Grain Model
    • 5.1 Additional Contact Force Models
    • Additional Contact Force Models - Lecture Material
    • 5.2 Coarse Grain Model
    • Coarse Grain Model - Lecture Material
    • Quiz 05
  • Module 6 - Workshop: Static and Drawdown Angles of Repose Verification
    • 6.1 Workshop 02- Static and Drawdown Angles of Repose Verification (Setup)
    • Workshop 02 – Static and Drawdown Angles of Repose Verification Part A: Project Setup and Processing
    • 6.2 Workshop 02- Static and Drawdown Angles of Repose Verification (Post-Processing)
    • Workshop 02 – Static and Drawdown Angles of Repose Verification Part B: Post-Processing with Scripts
    • Workshop 02 - Input Files
    • Quiz 06

Description

In this course, participants will begin learning Discrete Element Method (DEM) using the Rocky DEM software. 

This course is designed to be a cornerstone, so that  engineering and design professionals can, in the future, use DEM analysis with the expertise and confidence  gained from training with a good balance between concepts and practical activities. The costs of materials and experiments today are very high and lead to a period of development that is incompatible with the speed of innovation necessary for the survival of companies. CAE (Computer-Aided Engineering) simulations are a very important part of solving this problem. Engineers who can use commercial CAE software competently and reliably will lead the field.

Category: Rocky

General info

Content
  • Introduction to DEM and Basic Concepts
  • Particle Shapes and Motion Frames
  • Post-processing in Rocky DEM
  • Additional Contact Force Models and Coarse Grain Model
Objective

To present DEM modeling fundamentals and to analyze results from granular materials systems using Rocky DEM features.


Target audience

Industry professionals, students, and academic professors interested in improving their knowledge in simulation techniques for creating and perfecting real projects in the most diverse areas of engineering.


Methodology

Students will have the flexibility to attend the training whenever it works best for them. The videos, texts, and exercises were  prepared, reviewed, and structured to allow for the best asynchronous use. The content will be available according to the type of subscription: FreePass 360 days and Individual 180 days (after the registration date). We suggest that you keep your registration complete and updated. Your login and password can be reset at any time.

Access to the education platform is individual and non-transferable. Sharing access and downloading videos or materials are prohibited.. Students who violate  the copyright or ownership of ESSS products and materials may suffer penalties provided by law.


Certificate

After the completion of the course,  students will receive an international certificate, in electronic format, showing that they completed the course and the number of  hours they attended. The certificate is issued by the ESSS Institute. ESSS guarantees the quality of the course through its experience and recognition as a reference in Simulation. With more than 200 employees, ESSS is  the largest CAE company in Latin America with  more than 800 companies in its worldwide portfolio. ESSS faculty includes doctorate-  and masters-level ESSS professionals and invited professors with solid backgrounds in teaching, research, and consulting


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