Recent News

Overland Conveyor Co. would like to welcome two new employees, Carly Wilson and Laura Summers!​ We are very excited to add them to our software development team, here at our Lakewood, CO office.

Carly Wilson graduated in May of 2016 from the University of South Dakota. She majored in Physics and Computer Science. Her skills include Algorithms, Java, C++, and Neural Networks. She will be working on our Belt Analyst development team.

Laura Summers graduate in December 2015 with a BS in Video Game Design and Development. Her skills include Game Programming, Graphics, Trajectory Optimization, Controls, and Model and Simulation. Laura will also be working on our Belt Analyst development team.

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​Dr. Del Cid presented a continuation of research performed on cohesive materials simulated using discrete elements. The model, labeled MEPA, is a cohesive stiffness model that simulates the compaction, rebound and adhesive behavior observed in material with increasing cohesive strength over time. The goal is to simulate the mechanical flow behavior of the material with greater accuracy through the different flow regimes to better optimize the design while maximizing the material transfer quantity and life of the system.

"It was a pleasure to contribute to the exchange of ideas on recent advances in DEM and related computational methods and techniques. Attending this proceedings let us confirm we are at the leading edge of DEM theory and modeling of granular flows." - Dr. Liz Del Cid

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Mark Alspaugh recently traveled to Beijing, China to provide software training to companies interested in Belt Analyst and Bulk Flow Analyst.The companies in attendance included Pubai, Kumming, Hancheng, Yueji, Jiaozuo, CUMT University, Fuyun, Hengyuan, and HengAN. The second stop was to Jiaozuo Creation Heavy Industries company who hosted their own onite training class. Click on the link below to see pictures of the groups.

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May 2016- Improved Clusters and Particle Blocks and a Re-introduction to Motion Manager.

Applied DEM announces today the release of Bulk Flow Analyst™ v.16.0. This release features a new Gaussian particle size distribution for Material Conditions, the ability to select more complex injection geometries, and improvements to the maximum limit of useable components in a simulation. The release also features several bug fixes.

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July 2015- Improved Clusters and Particle Blocks and a Re-introduction to Motion Manager.

There have been some major improvements to both the custom clusters and the partilce blocks. Each has been upgrades to allow more customizable information as well as make it easier for the user to add these features to their simulation.

Motion Manager was also re-introduced in version 15 with a more advanced control system.

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Dec 2013- Applied DEM unveils the next big thing in DEM.

After a long wait, we're proud to finally bring our next big improvement to our DEM software package. In this brand new version of Bulk Flow Analyst™ we unveil cloud processing, bringing our users more speed and more power. Gone is the need to purchase a brand new high powered machine every few years just to run moderately-sized DEM simulations, now the same simulations can be run from any PC connected to the internet. Even more exciting is the ability to run a virtually limitless amount of simulations all at the same time!

Unveiling the first commercially available DEM cloud processing engine.

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