BOSCH confirms the effectiveness of ROCKY DEM for a vertical filling machine
Packaging performance improvements thanks to ROCKY DEM and OptiSLang recently demonstrated using bite-size chocolate candy
Bosch Packaging Technology’s Stefan Kirsch demonstrated this innovative simulation workflow using Rocky DEM and Dynardo optiSLang to calibrate the properties of bite-size chocolate candy in a virtual test at the Dynardo WOST Conference in Weimar on June 14, 2018.
Kirsch developed an automated workflow for the calibration of Discrete Element Method material parameters, such as friction, coefficient of restitution, and rolling resistance. Using ROCKY DEM and optiSLang together led him to state, “Validation tests proved the predicted quality of the calibrated model. For the sample product and scenario, the model used has high accuracy”.
The Python programming interface for automated post-processing, integrated in ROCKY, allowed the integration the connection with optiSLang in a robust fashion."
Software engineer at CADFEM, Rocky DEM reseller in Germany
Improve the predictability of the package filling process, and find a generalized approach for parameter identification.
The use of the python programming interface for automated post-processing, integrated in ROCKY, allowed the integration with optiSLang in a robust fashion.
Bosch obtained accurate models for the simulating the vertical filling of granular foods.
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