The breakage model used in Rocky DEM has various applications for accurately simulating the fragmentation and degradation of particles in bulk materials handling equipment. Rocky’s unique ability to simulate arbitrary-shaped convex polyhedral particles enables it to preserve both mass and volume in the breakage processes, providing increased accuracy over other commercial DEM codes. This paper explains how the breakage model is applied in Rocky, and provides cross-industry examples and best practices for its optimal application.
In this paper you will learn:
- Introduction to particle breakage
- The Rocky DEM Breakage Modelling
- Best practices for using breakage in Rocky DEM
- Examples applications