CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Simulation of Implanted Medical Devices

 

This eSeminar will discuss the simulation challenges and solutions for designing small implanted devices in the context of a geometrically complex electrically large environment – the body.

The topics include definition of complex dieletric and thermal material properties, choice of numerical method, HPC, and field visualization and post-processing.

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