Modelling particles and flow is the core competence of DCS

Particles and flow processes are everywhere - in industry, environment and everyday life

Sugar, sand, ores, tablets, chemicals, biomass, detergents, plastics, crops, fruits need to be harvested, produced, processed, transported and stored. DCS Computing is specialized in computational modelling and engineering solutions for these particle and fluid flow processes.

DCS helps you to optimize your industrial flow process

Our Computer Aided Engineering Solutions

can simulate and optimize your industrial or environmental flow process. This results in improved process performance, enhanced throughput, reduced emissions and downtime. We work with customers in the fields of chemical, food and consumer good, pharameutical, chemical, agricultural, metallurgical, plastics and minerals/mining industries. See here for showcases

DCS Customer Focus

Your process is our focus.

We build our business - our products and services - around what creates value for you: your process and the need to optimize it. We want to accompany you all the way through the value chain of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE): From basic research all the way to application and process optimization, with very short time to market. This is our understanding of a comprehensive partnership.

CFD-DEM model of particle melting

Liquid-Solid-Gas CFD-DEM simulation of melting

CFD-DEM model of rotary cooler

CFD-DEM can predict cooling efficiency

Gearbox with liquid-solid suspension

This is a showcase for complex geometry motion (gears are interlocked) and its interaction with a...

Why we are unique

We offer a unique combination of experience, software and skillset that is reflected by the corporate structure of DCS Computing.

News

CFDEM®training in 2017 – register now

The hands-on training courses for this year are scheduled. There will be two LIGGGHTS® - Open Source DEM and CFDEM®coupling - Open Source CFD, CFD-...
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LIGGGHTS® 3.5.0: released by DCS Computing, 05 September 2016

LIGGGHTS® 3.5.0: (released by DCS Computing, 05 September 2016, patched on 6 Sept) Multi-sphere goes parallel: release of the parallel computation...
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CFDEM®coupling version 3.5.1 released (Sept 6, 2016)

CFDEM®coupling version 3.5.1 released (released Sept 6, 2016) by DCS computing GmbH +major improvement of smoothing model for unstructured grids +...
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