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“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.
Learn in about 4 minutes how ANSYS 17.0 and modern hardware can speed up your time to insight significantly.
Because the world population is aging, chronic diseases are on the rise and healthcare costs are reaching unsustainable heights, it is essential to detect pathologies early. The Internet of Things (IoT) is now poised to transform the healthcare industry by providing wireless connectivity and sensing. Body-worn electronics and implanted devices, equipped with tiny sensors that continuously monitor vital parameters and securely report anomalies to appropriate physicians, will improve patients’ quality of life while delivering timely medical help.
Over the last decade, ANSYS, a world leader in engineering simulation software, has been advancing the capabilities of ANSYS Mechanical to address the unique challenges of composite FEA simulation. Today, ANSYS Mechanical provides a fast and efficient composite FEA simulation software suite covering:
Advanced solver capabilities for structural FEA simulation
Powerful mesh-independent composite lay-up modeling
Ply-based modeling that can be a communication gateway to manufacturing, enabling a "model as you build it" philosophy
Best-in-class solid modeling tools for thick composites
Model associativity that enables exploration of design variations
Anticipation of distortion and compensation ahead of manufacturing thanks to ANSYS Composite Cure Simulation
This webinar will demonstrate new capabilities and applications of ANSYS Mechanical for composite FEA simulations.
When designing with bulk materials — rocks, soil, powdered chemicals, food chips, pharmaceutical tablets, etc. — the correct prediction of the structural loading is essential to calculate accurate stresses and strains to ensure the integrity of the equipment. The coupling between discrete element modeling (DEM) and finite element analysis (FEA) allows the user to better understand structural behavior subject to an accurate granular loading (simulated with Rocky DEM).
In this webinar, the coupling methodology employing Rocky DEM and ANSYS Mechanical will be presented along with several industry application examples, including truck loads, bucket excavator, soil tillage and more. Also, a case study will be presented showing how the coupled solution helped a client’s engineering team to improve its equipment design efficiency.
ANSYS 19.2 continues to build on the already comprehensive features of ANSYS Mechanical. You’re invited to learn about the many new features and enhancements in this on-demand webinar, where we will present some highlights through live demonstrations. Topics covered include the new Material Design tool and updates to the External Model feature.