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The SimuTech engineering team has worked on multiple studies modeling the heart and devices supporting heart function. Read on to learn more about the expanding role of using computational fluid dynamics modeling for cardiovascular devices.
In this webinar SimuTech Group expert engineers discuss the current state and expanding role of using computational modeling for medical devices.
This 60-minute technical presentation explores the capabilities of Ansys in performing coupled electro-thermal solutions, studying thermal runaway, and generating Reduced ORder Models (ROMs).
Cadaveric gait simulation allows researchers to directly investigate biomechanical consequences of surgeries using invasive measurement techniques. Researchers must access foot and ankle kinematics produced in a cadaveric gait simulator during the stance phase of gait in a set of five cadaveric feet.
By using Ansys’ explicit dynamics simulation program, LS-DYNA, the KOLLIDE team was able to simulate various impacts, quickly and more efficiently than with physical testing alone. Each piece of the helmet, from the liner to the exterior of the helmet, needed to be stimulated to ensure the team was achieving the ideal safety results.
SimuTech Group, Inc., the largest Ansys Elite Channel Partner in North America, has acquired a software distribution unit from Boston … Continue reading SimuTech Group Acquires Software Distribution Business from Boston Engineering
CINCINNATI, OH (USA); DECEMBER 6, 2022: The global simulation industry collaboration and technology alliance Revolution in Simulation (“Rev-Sim” at www.rev-sim.org), … Continue reading Revolution in Simulation Welcomes SimuTech Group as Newest Sponsor
The production of a blast chamber and associated components is extensive and so testing of multiple design iterations is not very feasible. The simulation is highly complex due to several factors. The speed of the event requires very small-time steps. The interaction between the solid, liquid, and gas regions is difficult to capture.
MMM Group asked SimuTech Group to simulate the fluid dynamics and heat distribution in the Temple. In addition, monitoring the effects relating to the proposed HVAC system.