Designing agricultural equipment using Rocky DEM simulation
Enhance the efficiency of your agricultural processes with this Rocky DEM webinar
If you’re designing agricultural equipment, it’s important to be able to predict the behavior of the materials and their impact on the machine.
With the many variables involved in this type of design work, accurately predicting material behavior is not always a simple task, even with tractors and harvesters built to work with any kind of bulk material. Problems such as fibers blocking the harvesting equipment, uneven seed distribution, wear, and procedural failures can occur.
This webinar can answer your questions and show you how to use Rocky DEM (Discrete Element Method) in your agricultural design processes, giving you crucial insight and confidence in your project.
Introducing Rocky DEM simulation technology: overview & key benefits
Challenges of designing agricultural equipment
Fertilizer spreader machine
Leon White Nogueira, M.Sc.
CAE Applications Specialist
Leon Nogueira is a Mechanical Engineer with a M.Sc. from the Polytechnic School of University of São Paulo (POLI-USP). He joined ESSS in 2012 as a CAE Applications Specialist, first in the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) group and now in the Discrete Element Method (DEM) group on the Rocky DEM technical team.