The electromagnetic and multiphysics solvers in CST STUDIO SUITE® can be used to simulate and optimize the
performance of devices from the earliest stages of the design process with fewer expensive prototypes, and to
analyze field exposure, specific absorption rate (SAR) and heating caused by the interaction with fields in the body.
A standardized spherical phantom head such as the one described in this example is commonly used for SAR investigations and measurements.
RF Thermoablation in a Human Liver using the Bioheat Formulation in CST STUDIO SUITE
This article is concerned with the evaluation of the temperature distribution inside a human liver when a catheter is inserted. It summarises the simulations performed with the HUGO and University of L'Aquila's ALES anatomical models. The co-simulation...
Coupled EM-Thermal Modeling of Power Chokes
Power chokes are used together with inverters (e.g. solar inverters) to reduce EMC issues. CST EM STUDIO® (CST EMS) can be used to calculate the electric losses in the choke winding of a power choke, and these losses can be used as a heat source to simulate...
Sensitivity Computation of an Inductive Proximity Sensor
Proximity sensors enable in a simple manner position, size and material of a metal target to be established. Such sensors are in the ability to obtain absolute analog signals proportional to proximity and are compact, robust and reliable constructions.
Evaluation of Implantable Antennas in Anatomical Body Models
This article from researchers at the University of Liverpool demonstrates the use of voxel models for analysing implantable antenna designs, and compares homogeneous and heterogeneous body models.