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CADFEM Germany GmbH
TEL: +49(0)8092-7005-0
FAX: +49(0)8092-7005-77
Am Schammacher Feld 37
85567   Grafing b. München
Germany
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CADFEM is one of the pioneers in the application of numerical simulation in product development. We are one of the largest European providers of computer-aided engineering, a long-standing sales partner of the leading software manufacturer ANSYS, Inc. and ANSYS Elite Channel Partner with 130 ANSYS specialists.

Simulation makes a lot possible today. But because software alone does not guarantee simulation success, we offer everything that matters from one source: software and IT solutions. Consulting, support, engineering. Know-how transfer.

Our Rocky software enables precise predictions of particle behaviour by analysing media flows and energy absorption rates. Wherever large quantities of particles and bodies, regardless of their size, shape, material and adhesive force, are set in motion in pouring, mixing, slipping or flow processes, ROCKY can help to understand and specifically improve processes.

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Machine learning for efficient simulation Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a key to enormous leaps in efficiency; numerical simulations and engineering processes are ready to be put to use.
Machine learning for efficient simulation
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a key to enormous leaps in efficiency; numerical simulations and engineering processes are ready to be put to use. Simulation specialist CADFEM has brought PI Probaligence on board as a partner with outstanding solutions and expertise to provide customers with targeted support as they move into the world of AI. The megatrend of artificial intelligence (AI) is on everyone’s tongue these days. Huge amounts of information are processed in artificial neural networks using high-performance computers and cloud computing in order to interpret or generate texts and images. Other AI approaches have specialized in design optimization, experimental planning, or the disclosure of important correlations. These include machine learning (ML), which is an AI approach that learns by training on experiments, simulations, and other engineering data. As a result, ML offers enormous potential for using an existing data pool to massively accelerate and improve development and decision-making processes. Machine Learning (ML): AI for Engineering CADFEM, the specialist for simulation and digital
01.02.2024  |  572x  |  Press release  | 
New name, CADFEM Germany GmbH, and new headquarters for CADFEM GmbH
New name, CADFEM Germany GmbH, and new headquarters for CADFEM GmbH
From April 1, 2022, the new CADFEM company building on the Schammacher Feld in Grafing replaced the long-standing headquarters at the Marktplatz. Much space has been created - for fresh ideas, for pleasant working and for healthy growth. Everything under one roof Energy efficiency, solid wood construction and clear structures characterize the building. Moreover, the extraordinary floor plan, with its unique corners and edges, adds a great deal of individuality. The building is used by CADFEM International GmbH, CADFEM Medical GmbH and CADFEM Germany GmbH. The new company building of CADFEM Germany GmbH was designed and implemented by nbundm* Architekten CADFEM Germany GmbH The formerly named CADFEM GmbH took the move as an opportunity to change its name. CADFEM in Germany follows the naming convention of all national companies within the CADFEM Group. Pay us a visit Sometimes a handshake is much better than an email. Customers, business partners and friends
29.03.2022  |  2165x  |  Press release  | 
Extend your multiphysics simulations with Rocky DEM and Ansys integration Analyse complex problems from a new perspective
Extend your multiphysics simulations with Rocky DEM and Ansys integration
Analyse complex problems from a new perspective Rocky DEM and Ansys Rocky DEM is fully integrated with the Ansys Workbench suite of products, allowing engineers to perform various coupled analyses of particle simulation together with other physics such as structural, fluids, and thermal modeling. Making use of this integration enables you to reduce the costs associated with design iteration. By linking together Rocky with other Ansys software, Workbench saves you time by automatically transferring data between the programs and automatically updating linked projects based upon the results calculated. Being fully integrated within Ansys Workbench allows Rocky to: - Maximize the design of your geometry components by using Ansys SpaceClaim. - Parameterize simulation and setup components by using Ansys DesignXplorer. - Conduct FEA analysis of particle forces acting upon geometry components by using Ansys Mechanical. - Study how fluid forces and convective heat exchange affect particle flow and temperature by using Ansys
20.08.2020  |  6640x  |  Product news  |   | 
Shaken or stirred? The optimization of mixing processes with the simulation software Rocky dem
Shaken or stirred?
The optimization of mixing processes with the simulation software Rocky dem Traditionally, the quality assessment of mixing processes in many companies is still based on time-consuming test series, which, especially in batch processes, provide insufficient data on the time course and the overall spatial distribution of the mixing quality. Liebherr Mischtechnik reports in our Cadfem journal article (see link on the right) how the use of particle simulation with ROCKY-DEM helps to optimise process parameters - to improve energy efficiency and compound quality as well as to save costs. With ROCKY-DEM, input parameters such as particle sizes and size ratios as well as the speed and residence time of the product could be varied quickly. An evaluation of the mixing quality was now possible over the entire mixing trough and at any time. Statements about required torques and optimum speeds can also be made in this way. In addition, statements on new developments or design changes can be made by means of simulation without the need for cost-intensive
23.01.2020  |  8506x  |  Press release  | 
Particle simulation with Rocky DEM Particle simulation in mechanical process engineering with Rocky DEM
Particle simulation with Rocky DEM
Particle simulation in mechanical process engineering with Rocky DEM Realistic modeling of any shape or size of solid is the secret to Rocky DEM’s success. When ingeniously combined with multi-GPU capabilities and CPU processing power, you get the best results in the shortest time with full integration within ANSYS. Highlights at a glance - Indispensable in mechanical process engineering - Minimize downtimes and wear and tear - Improve quality and cut costs - Precisely dimensioned machines and plants - Design better machines faster - Uniquely fast and realistic simulation - Comprehensive physics catalog
30.12.2019  |  6594x  |  Product news  | 
Rocky DEM - Next Generation DEM Particle Simulator Learn more about Rocky DEM and subsribe to the ESSS Newsletter
Rocky DEM - Next Generation DEM Particle Simulator
Learn more about Rocky DEM and subsribe to the ESSS Newsletter Rocky DEM is a revolutionary way to handle a problem through computer simulation. It can be used to optimize life expectancy of conveyor belts and components, minimize material spillage in a design, reduce the need for dust control and suppression, among numerous other applications. Stirred Mills, SAG mills, Crushers and High Pressure Grinding Rolls (HPGR) can be optimized with Rocky DEM 3D simulations. This software analyzes media flow patterns and energy absorption rates, particle breakage, energy spectra analysis, and more. Rocky DEM performs efficient separation on spherical or non-round particle shapes to evaluate screening performance, mass flow distribution, force distribution, and surface wear. It also has the ability to couple with external FEA solvers (ANSYS) to analyze various forces. Rocky DEM is a product developed by ESSS and GDI. ESSS was created in 1995, in Florianópolis – Brazil, with the objective of establishing a link between the scientific
15.12.2016  |  10046x  |  Press release  | 
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