Discrete Elements

Discrete Elements and Molecular Dynamics methods simulate the motion and effect of large number of particles, with the inclusion of rotational degrees-of-freedom as well as stateful contact and often complicated geometries

Discrete Elements find a large diversity of applications and multiple needs:

· Design and optimize discrete matter injected or released under general geometrical and flow conditions

· Understand how particles clog or facilitate flow in interior or exterior geometries, with applications to soiling, sprays, aerosols, etc

The benefits of MOEBIUS for Discrete Elements

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High accuracy modeling of particles, molecule or assemblies in laminar and turbulent conditions

2

Interparticle and particle-wall interactions from our wide library to assess multiphysics scenarios

3

Coupled evolution of particles with velocity, heat and electrical gradients in the solvent and fluid environment

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Analyze particles evolving in transient structures, clusters and wall deposition

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