Realistic Simulation-Driven Design for the Orthopedics Industry

More Information and registration:

Guest Speakers:

Dr. Esra Roan, Assistant Professor, University of Memphis,
Janaki Penmetsa, Senior Research Engineer, Smith and Nephew, Inc.

In the orthopedic device industry, computational modeling is playing an
important role in device development and the regulatory submissions
process. Attend this free seminar to learn how nonlinear finite element
analysis (FEA) techniques are being used by medical device researchers
and designers to simulate the realistic mechanical behavior
(stress-strain response) of implants, including the complex material
behavior, in-vivo loading conditions, durability, and fatigue life of

Plus, learn how industry-leading orthopedic device manufacturers are
using Abaqus FEA and Isight for analysis and design exploration of
implants, including biomechanics and motion simulation, advanced
material modeling and wear, bone damage and remodeling, custom implants
and fixation plates for trauma care, and surgical procedures.

Join us for this free seminar:

* Hear details on Dr. Esra Roan's research using realistic
simulation to evaluate pubis
fracture susceptibility.
* Hear from Janaki Penmetsa about applications of finite element
analysis for the design of orthopedic implants at Smith and Nephew.
* Learn how Abaqus FEA is being used for bone remodeling.
* Discover how Isight from SIMULIA can help you evaluate multiple
design alternatives of your orthopedic design and manufacturing
processes to optimize design performance.

Best regards, Rene

Mr. Rene Sprunger

Business Development Manager
SIMULIA Americas
Office: +1 401-276-4400