This course—now taking place over three days—will cover most of the structural analysis capabilities in COMSOL Multiphysics including large deformations, linear and nonlinear material models, contact mechanics, solver settings and convergence issues, multiphysics coupling, and best practices. Th
This two-day, online class will cover most of the structural analysis capabilities in COMSOL Multiphysics including large deformations, material models, contact mechanics, and convergence issues. The class includes technical lectures and hands-on COMSOL examples.
This two-day, web-based course covers a review of polymer mechanics theory, techniques and tools for experimentally characterizing polymers, and hands-on training on how to perform accurate finite element simulations of polymer components.
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This course—now taking place over three days—will review the physics areas relevant to medical devices and cover the efficient use of COMSOL Multiphysics to solve problems in the medical device industry. It covers modeling challenges specific to medical devices, such as biological material model
This two-day course will cover the efficient use of COMSOL Multiphysics to solve problems in the medical device industry. It covers modeling challenges specific to medical devices, and several examples including tissue ablation and a cardiovascular application. The class includes technical lect
This two-day, online class will cover the efficient use of COMSOL Multiphysics to solve problems in the medical device industry. It covers modeling challenges specific to medical devices, and several examples including tissue ablation and a cardiovascular application. The class includes technic
From smartphones and cameras to wireless headphones and battery packs, portable electronics proliferate. Consumers expect excellent resilience to device drops, increasing pressure on manufacturers to test thoroughly and optimize their designs. Veryst utilized its unique expertise in accurately modeling complex materials, conducting high strain rate testing, and simulating impact events to simulate the drop impact of an external battery pack.
Bioabsorbable materials, such as polylactic acid (PLA), are finding increasing applications in medical devices. These polymers exhibit a nonlinear anisotropic viscoplastic response when deformed, which requires a sophisticated material model for accurate finite element predictions.
Impact modeling of polymers is important given their use in consumer products as both structures and impact protection. Accurate FE models of impact events require high rate testing, advanced modeling, and a thorough understanding of polymer failure.
A train derails with an ensuing fire and evacuation of a neighborhood. What was the root cause of the derailment?
How fast does a Calrod heat up and how high are the stresses during heating? To answer these questions Veryst Engineering developed a coupled electric-thermal-structural multiphysics model of the Calrod, accounting for conduction, convection, and radiation.
Biodegradable polymers are becoming increasingly attractive for consumer product applications such as electronic devices and disposable packaging. Modeling these materials during impact is challenging due to the complexity of the physical event and the scarcity of appropriate material models for biodegradable polymers.
Efficient ventilation can reduce a building’s energy consumption and minimize airborne pathogen transmission in hospital rooms. Veryst used computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to simulate ventilation in a hospital room as well as the dispersion of particles and droplets.
Cohesive zone modeling is a powerful tool for predicting delamination in adhesively bonded structures. Veryst engineers use their expertise in experimental and computational fracture mechanics to calibrate cohesive zone models for accurate prediction of adhesive failure.
A commonly encountered failure mode in microfluidic devices is delamination between adjacent device layers. Veryst examined the influence of control channel geometry on the delamination pressure of a pneumatic microfluidic valve using finite element analysis.