PFC2D (Particle Flow Code in 2 Dimensions) is a discontinuum code used in analysis, testing, and research in any field where the interaction of many discrete objects exhibiting large-strain and/or fracturing is required. Because PFC2D is not designed to examine a particular type of problem, its range extends to any analysis that examines the dynamic behavior of a particulate system. Highlighted Features: Dynamic motion and interaction of assemblies of arbitrarily-sized particles are modeled; Properties are associated with individual particles, allowing continuous gradations in properties and particle radii; Clump logic supports creation of groups of slaved particles that may represent general grain shapes; Any number of arbitrarily-oriented line segments or planar convex polygons may be specified as walls, each with its own contact properties

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  1. Wang, Xiang; Yin, Zhen-Yu; Su, Dong; Xiong, Hao; Feng, Y. T.: A novel arcs-based discrete element modeling of arbitrary convex and concave 2D particles (2021)
  2. Caulk, Robert; Scholtès, Luc; Krzaczek, Marek; Chareyre, Bruno: A pore-scale thermo-hydro-mechanical model for particulate systems (2020)
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  4. Li, Mingguang; Yu, Haitao; Wang, Jianhua; Xia, Xiaohe; Chen, Jinjian: A multiscale coupling approach between discrete element method and finite difference method for dynamic analysis (2015)
  5. Li, Xia; Yu, Hai-Sui: Fabric, force and strength anisotropies in granular materials: a micromechanical insight (2014)
  6. Akram, M. S.; Sharrock, G. B.: Physical and numerical investigation of a cemented granular assembly of steel spheres (2010)
  7. Evans, T. Matthew; Frost, J. David: Multiscale investigation of shear bands in sand: physical and numerical experiments (2010)
  8. Benabbou, A.; Borouchaki, H.; Laug, P.; Lu, J.: Geometrical modeling of granular structures in two and three dimensions. Application to nanostructures (2009)
  9. Meejun, N.; Skeldon, A. C.; Tüzün, U.; O’sullivan, C.: Wavelet analysis of DEM simulations of samples under biaxial compression (2008)
  10. Tu, Xuxin; Andrade, José E.: Criteria for static equilibrium in particulate mechanics computations (2008)
  11. Vesga, Luis F.; Vallejo, Luis E.; Lobo-Guerrero, Sebastian: DEM analysis of the crack propagation in brittle clays under uniaxial compression tests (2008)
  12. Zhao, Chongbin; Hobbs, B. E.; Ord, A.; Peng, Shenglin: Particle simulation of spontaneous crack generation associated with the laccolithic type of magma intrusion processes (2008)
  13. Kreiter, S.; Feeser, V.; Kreiter, M.; Mörz, T.; Grupe, B.: A distinct element simulation including surface tension -- towards the modeling of gas hydrate behavior (2007)
  14. Zhao, Chongbin; Hobbs, B. E.; Ord, A.; Hornby, P.; Peng, Shenglin; Liu, Liangming: Particle simulation of spontaneous crack generation problems in large-scale quasi-static systems (2007)
  15. Zhao, Chongbin; Hobbs, B. E.; Ord, A.; Peng, Shenglin; Liu, Liangming: An upscale theory of particle simulation for two-dimensional quasi-static problems (2007)
  16. Deluzarche, R.; Cambou, B.: Discrete numerical modelling of rockfill dams (2006)
  17. Cui, Liang; O’Sullivan, Catherine: Analysis of a triangulation based approach for specimen generation for discrete element simulations. (2003)
  18. O’Sullivan, Catherine; Bray, Jonathan D.; Li, Shaofan: A new approach for calculating strain for particulate media (2003)