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Modeling a subject specific Knee model using rigid body dynamics

Modeling a subject specific Knee model using rigid body dynamics

Sumitro Wiryo November 11, 2011 0

Biomedical Engineers are looking for a better way to simulate Biomechanics Simulation.  LeTourneau University turns to MD Adams to simulate a subject specific Knee model using rigid body dynamics.  The result from this research

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MSC Software and Smart Vehicle Concepts Center at the Ohio State University Collaborate on Key Projects on Improving Vehicle Performance

MSC Software and Smart Vehicle Concepts Center at the Ohio State University Collaborate on Key Projects on Improving Vehicle Performance

Sumitro Wiryo September 30, 2011 0

Ohio State’s Smart Vehicle Concepts Center develop smart materials, adaptive sensors, actuators and devices for application to vehicle sub-systems and components.  They can revolutionize almost every aspect of the operation of a vehicle with

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MSC Patran Helps the Hospital for Special Surgery Examine Coonrad-Morrey Elbow Replacements

MSC Patran Helps the Hospital for Special Surgery Examine Coonrad-Morrey Elbow Replacements

Sumitro Wiryo September 2, 2011 0

Are you a Biomedical Engineer that is looking for a cheaper faster way to test bio-compatible materials?  Well, Hospital for Special Surgery examined Coonrad-Morrey ulnar components and used MSC Patran for finite element (FE)

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Virginia Tech and NASA Subsonic & Supersonic Fixed Wing Projects

Virginia Tech and NASA Subsonic & Supersonic Fixed Wing Projects

Ky-Thoai Luong August 24, 2011 0

If you guys are interested in the intricate design process of designing the aerodynamics of aircraft, particularly the design of the wing, check out this awesome, amazing article submitted to us from the ingenious

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Patran Validates Cornell University’s Violet Spacecraft’s Thermal Requirements

Patran Validates Cornell University’s Violet Spacecraft’s Thermal Requirements

Sumitro Wiryo August 5, 2011 0

Hey guys check it out!  Cornell University created Violet Spacecraft, the first operational agile nanosatellite with eight Control Moment Gyroscopes.  They utilize Patran to accurately predict and design for extreme component and enviromental temperature.

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