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


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


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


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


Analyze particles evolving in transient structures, clusters and wall deposition

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