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Webinar: Medical Device Design Validation using FEA and Mimics Innovation Suite

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  • Webinar: Medical Device Design Validation using FEA and Mimics Innovation Suite

    This free webinar will focus on how Finite Element Analysis is used to validate and optimize medical device designs and the role of the Mimics Innovation Suite in conducting engineering simulations on realistic anatomical geometries. Experts from Mobelife NV (Leuven, Belgium) and Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, OH, USA) will be talking about how they have incorporated Finite Element Modeling to validate and evaluate medical interventions to improve the quality of life for thousands of patients. Also, see how Mimics Innovation Suite serves as a complete FEA preprocessor for complex unstructured anatomical geometries with tools for geometry de-featuring, mesh refinement, heterogeneous materials property assignment, defining boundary regions and more!
    So, if
    • you like to create complex anatomical meshes
    • you are struggling with geometrical de-featuring, local mesh refinement or creating feature adaptive meshes
    • you want to learn how to make multi-part or multi-material meshes

    then this webinar will answer all of your questions!

    This is what the program will look like:
    • Prasath M, will be speaking from Spine Research Laboratory, Lutheran Hospital, Cleveland Clinic. Prasath will be talking about importance of using computational models for assessment of spinal implants and predicting spinal stability following the placement of a spinal implant
    • Jan Demol will be speaking about how Mobelife uses Finite Element Modeling for assessing their patient specific hip implants and its importance in their design process
    • A live demo will showcase the tools in Mimics Innovation Suite for Finite Element Modelers including geometry de-featuring, creating multi-part meshes, mesh refinement, defining boundary regions, and grayscale based heterogeneous material properties

    For more information and for registration, follow this link:
    Last edited by Dimitri Vanlessen; October 25th, 2012, 04:04 AM.