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In the discrete element method (DEM) material is modelled as a collection of rigid particles of different shape interacting one with another with contact forces. The formulation presented in this
work employs spherical (in 3D) or cylindrical (in 2D) discrete elements.
CitationRojek, J.; Labra, C.; Oñate, E. Contact analysis in the discrete element method : modelling and computational aspects. A: International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics. "2nd International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics ICCCM 2011, Hannover, Germany, 15-17 June 2011, Leibniz Universitat Hannover". Hannover: 2011, p. 73-74.
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