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How Particle Issues Can Ruin Your Pharmaceutical Process — and the Modeling Solution to Avoid It - Webinar

In the pharmaceutical industry, granular materials are handled by equipment that perform processes such as powder mixing and blending, powder compaction, granulation and tablet coating. Pharmaceutical equipment design is very important to the control of the tablet mixing to avoid defects such as tablet erosion, over-coating, and high coating variability between the tablets.

View this on-demand webinar and learn how DEM and CFD simulations can be used to predict tasks like tablet mixing in a coating operation. Find out how to improve and develop high-efficiency pharmaceutical equipment design.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Pharmaceutical


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Modeling a Dielectrophoresis-based Application to Personalize Cancer Treatment and Increase Recovery Rates - Webinar

Modern bio-medicine practitioners are showing increasing interest in dielectrophoresis (DEP) because of the recent progress in the development of micro-electrodes. DEP gives you control of the trajectories of bio-particles (tumor cells, white blood cells, bio-markers, etc.), resulting in efficient separation and/or selective trapping with low particle damage.

View this on-demand webinar and learn how using ANSYS simulation as a virtual prototyping tool can shorten the path to commercialization of this technology and make it more robust and repeatable. We will demonstrate how to explore and optimize electrode design and operating conditions to adapt them to the specific properties of bio-particles.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Diagnosis and Personalized Medicine


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Preventing Surgical Site Infections in Modern Operating Rooms - Webinar

“The solution to pollution is dilution” has long been the standard philosophy when it comes to cleanroom applications of HVAC equipment. However, preventing surgical site infections (SSIs) in modern operating rooms is often associated with ensuring laminar downwash of air over the patient on the operating table. While some research indicates that laminar flow is indeed the answer, other works contraindicate this finding, concluding that laminar airflows are no more or less effective than dilution methods in preventing SSIs. Using ANSYS CFD, Nortek Air Solutions has been able to demonstrate that their Cleansuite products meet both laminar downwash and dilution design requirements, ensuring that operating rooms fitted with Nortek cleanroom products are as safe as possible for patients.

View this webinar and learn how computational fluid dynamics (CFD) can help to optimize airflow in the operating room and prevent surgical site infections (SSIs). Concrete examples as well as the benefits of this innovative modeling approach will be discussed.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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In-silico Modeling of the Patient-specific Heart - Webinar

The predictive modeling of cardiac mechanics to accurately reproduce the heart’s functionality and response to external disturbances remains a challenging task. The need to assess multiple physical domains — structural mechanics, fluid dynamics and electrophysiology — places high demands on numerical solution strategies.

We will present a high-resolution, 3-D, nonlinear finite element model of patient-specific heart geometries and function. The model includes an active material law prescribing the ventricular contraction along a generic muscle fiber orientation and a passive component that captures the highly anisotropic nonlinear behavior of the myocardium.

By coupling the structural model with the ventricular blood compartments, which act as zero-dimensional fluid representations of the cardiovascular system, we can model venous return by assuring conservation of volume within the closed loop circulatory system. The resulting monolithic, multifield system of equations, provides a physiologically meaningful solution of heart contraction mechanics for in silico modeling of medical device and novel disease treatment.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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ANSYS Discovery: Simulation-driven Design for Every Engineer - Webinar

View this informative webinar in conjunction with the commercial release of the ANSYS Discovery family of products. These will allow engineers to discover their designs’ full potential — significantly faster than previously imagined.

In this webinar, you’ll hear users like Rossignol and Wibotic discuss how they’ve gained significant time-savings and product performance confidence with ANSYS Discovery and, as a result, delivered more innovative products to market in a shorter timeframe. We’ll also showcase ANSYS Discovery Live and some enhancements that we’ve made since the technology preview in 2017.

See how ANSYS continues to pioneer pervasive simulation in the upfront stages of product development.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Discovery AIM, ANSYS Discovery Live, ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim
Product Category: Multiphysics
Industry: Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Construction, Consumer Products, Energy, Healthcare - BioMed, High Tech, Industrial Equipment, Materials and Chemical Processing


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Snowboarding Wrist Protection for Beginners to Elite Athletes - Webinar

The forearm and wrist account for around 35 to 45 percent of all injuries in snowboarding. Wrist protectors can prevent such injuries by limiting wrist hyperextension and attenuating impact forces. There are many wrist protector concepts, but little consensus as to which designs offer the most protection. While experimental protocols have been developed for characterizing existing wrist protectors, they are limited when it comes to predicting the influence of design changes. Finite element analysis (FEA) can be applied to further our understanding of wrist protector design concepts, without the need to build prototypes.

Attend this webinar to learn more about FEA models used for predicting the protective levels of snowboard wrist protectors. A candidate wrist protector has been selected, its parts replicated in a computer-aided design package and its constituent materials identified. Discover the range of FEA models that are being developed in ANSYS LS DYNA, from a single splint or foam pad to a complete wrist protector fitted to a surrogate for simulating surface impact. The models will be compared against experimental data to ensure accuracy.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS LS-DYNA
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Sport and Leisure, Sports


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Computational-based MRI Thermal Injury Risk Assessment for Patients Implanted With Passive Spinal Devices - Webinar

Using computational modeling and simulation (CM&S) to generate evidence that a medical device meets regulatory standards is evolving quite rapidly. Regulatory agencies such as the FDA are increasingly accepting simulation data as part of the approval process. In this webinar, we will address the use of CM&S to assess the safety of patients with implanted passive devices who must undergo MRI scanning. The goal is to answer the question, “Will radio-frequency field interaction with the implanted device induce unsafe high temperatures in the surrounding tissues?”

Attend this webinar to learn more about the role of CM&S as a tool in generating evidence for MR device safety. The speaker will also cover important topics such as worst-case selection methodology and computational model verification, validation and uncertainty quantification.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Orthopedics, Diagnosis and Personalized Medicine


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Closing the Loop on Medical Device Systems Simulation: An Insulin Delivery System - Webinar

Computational modeling is recognized by both industry and regulatory agencies as an alternative to physical testing, but it has historically been used in silos with minimal collaboration between various design disciplines and engineering departments. To address the needs of today’s product development teams, ANSYS has developed a multi-domain, system simulation and digital prototyping platform that enables multi-specialty teams with diverse engineering backgrounds to work in unison to achieve a deep understanding of integrated product behavior.

View this webinar to learn about a systems simulation solution of a wearable insulin pump that illustrates the complexities of developing these multi-disciplinary systems. The model includes evaluation of various physical components, control algorithms, display interfaces and power electronics. In addition to the presentation, a live demo will show how various components can be combined to model the drug delivery sub-system using a hardware-in-the-loop approach.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Biomedical Devices


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Solving Pharma & Life Science Design Challenges in the Cloud with ANSYS and Penguin Computing On-Demand - Webinar

Discover how CRB is solving the design challenges of its clients in advanced technology industries around the world with ANSYS and Penguin Computing on Demand (POD), an HPC cloud platform.

POD enables ANSYS customers to utilize a high-performance, bare-metal HPC computing environment in the cloud without having to invest in on-premise infrastructure. With POD you can take advantage of scalability, performance and free expert support in a secure on-demand environment.

View this webinar and learn how you can continue to work with familiar tools such as ANSYS Workbench with Remote Solve Manager on POD's Scyld Cloud Workstations.  ANSYS customers can work with both individual product licenses or ANSYS Elastic Licensing on POD.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Cloud Hosting Partners
Product Category: Cloud and IT Solutions, High Performance Computing
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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Coupling HumMod to ANSYS Fluent: A Tool for Advanced Patient-Specific Simulation - Webinar

Computational fluid dynamics has long been a resource for understanding how geometry and physics influence bodily function. But CFD is only part of the equation. Human physiology is determined by biological and physical factors that influence, and are influenced by, the objects of CFD models; combining these two domains is critical for increased validity of simulations. Combining HumMod, a lumped parameter model of human physiology, with advanced 3-D CFD tools like ANSYS Fluent will enable researchers, clinicians and healthcare companies to better understand proposed physiological mechanisms and interactions, allowing higher level properties of complex physiological systems to emerge.

This webinar will illustrate unsteady breathing in Fluent with boundary conditions imported from HumMod as an example of the work in progress.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Respiratory


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