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CFD Methods in the Biomedical Device and Diagnostics Industry
Posted Wed February 13, 2013 @10:31AM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host CFD Methods in the Biomedical Device and Diagnostics Industry on March 5, 2013.

This event will teach attendees about the benefits of CFD methods for the design of biomedical devices. Experts will also cover how regulatory requirements are evolving to increase the use of modeling and simulation.

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In this webinar, we will show how CFD is successfully applied to increase the reliability of these devices. Various example cases like blood pumps, inhalers, heart valves and stents will be discussed with focus on work flow integration and multiphysics (FSI coupling with Abaqus by SIMULIA). An FSI test case for a blood vessel geometry will be demonstrated.

Guest Speaker
Ashley Peterson, PhD
Principal R&D Engineer, Medtronic

This webinar is free, but registration is required to obtain log-in credentials.

  • 10am (London) • 11am (Berlin/Paris) • 3:30pm (Bangalore) > Register
  • 10am (Los Angeles) • 1pm (New York) > Register

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