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CFD Methods in the Biomedical Device and Diagnostics Industry
Biomedical device design is facing increasing product complexity while prototype building and testing can take months. The inherent risk in new medical product development can be mitigated through a deeper understanding of the design properties and functions achieved through modeling and simulation. This webcast covers and addresses the benefits of engineering simulation. Experts discuss modeling capabilities for the design of various devices from respiratory (inhalers), pacemakers, MIT/CT scanners, to cardiovascular and microfluidic devices. Specifically, the application of Fluid Structure...
CFD Methods in the Pharmaceutical Industry: Continuous Manufacturing for the API Process
The pharmaceutical industry is facing enormous challenges to satisfy the regulatory constraints, flexible market demands, operational complexities and economical limitations. Because of globalization, the patent life of newly discovered drugs has also been decreased considerably, forcing the manufacturer to minimize the drug development time as well as maximize the throughput. To achieve this, continuous manufacturing processes have evolved as an efficient and promising alternative. Viewing this webcast you will learn more on how the integration of CFD methods for continuous processes can...
Simulation and Particle Flow Dynamics for Vehicle and Off-Highway Design
Manufacturers from the automotive, trucking and off-highway industries are increasingly relying on simulation to not only improve product performance and cost, but to critically address changing emissions standards. This webcast covers the latest technology advancements for solving modern design and analysis challenges. Presenters investigate advances in the field of dust and particle flow for addressing safety issues and product performance. In addition, presentations and live demonstrations highlight the ways in which numerical simulation can be used for thermal management, airflow and...
The biggest challenge of gradient-based shape optimization using high-fidelity CFD has always been the formidable computational expense tied to constructing the sensitivity of the objective (or cost) functions with respect to the design variables. Take for example the case of a typical external aerodynamics application. An aircraft manufacturer wants to improve on the operational performance of the existing fleet by adding winglets to their aging aircraft. This modernization will only pay off if the installation of the winglet results in significant fuel savings. The company aerodynamics...
When it comes to systems, one of the most complex (and perhaps least understood) of all is that of the human body. The average adult human body is, on average, 57% - 60% water. That's a lot of fluid! So it stands to reason that CFD is a great tool for simulating the systems of things like medical implants, surgical techniques, diagnostic systems and the like. A recent artilce published in Desktop Engineering examines how CFD is making an impact in the medical field. Our own Krisitan Debus Ph.D. talks about our work with an ASME sub-committee, writing verification and validation guidelines for...
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