A Julia package for particle-based simulation of granular materials.
Granular.jl is a flexible and computationally efficient 2d implementation of the discrete element method. Grains are represented as particles, which can be forced by drag in fluid grids. The grains interact through elasto-viscous-frictional contact rheologies and can obtain time-dependent cohesive strength with bond mechanics based on beam theory.
The source code for Granular.jl is hosted on Github.
See the Public API Index for the complete list of documented functions and types.
Anders Damsgaard, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Princeton University.
Granular.jl is licensed under the GPLv3; see LICENSE for the full license text.