Parametric Analysis of Electric Field Distribution of Rat Vasculature using Finite Element Time Domain Technique
Chris Capaccio1, Nikolay Stoykov1, Fermin Cortes2,
Raji Sundararajan1,3, and David A. Dean1
1Northwestern University, 2University of Waterloo,
3Arizona State University
This paper deals with the study of the effects of tissue parameters, such as electrical conductivity and permittivity on the electric field distribution of a rat mesenteric vasculature model under electroporation conditions. Electroporation is a nonviral, physical technique that involves transient dielectric breakdown of the cell’s plasma membrane when high intensity and short duration ...
Mao, L., Koser, H.
Department of Electrical Engineering, Yale University, New Haven, CT
We present a FEMLAB modeling study of an integrated, high-flow rate microfluidic pump for ferrofluids. Initial studies of these microfluidic devices have been performed using a onedimensional setup in MATLAB and later confirmed by corresponding simulations with FEMLAB 3.1 in partial differential equation (PDE) mode. It is determined that maximum flow velocity is achieved when the product of ...
David S. Burnett
Naval Surface Warfare Center
Panama City, USA
The author is integrating a suite of software tools for modeling the scattering of acoustic beams (sonar) from undersea targets (mines) that may be buried or partially buried in the sedimentary ocean bottom in littoral (shallow water) environments. This is a Multiphysics problem involving acoustic waves in the water, acoustic or poro-elastic waves in the sediment, and both elastic and acoustic ...
Zampolli, M., Tesei, A., Jensen, F.B.
NATO Undersea Research Centre, 19138 La Spezia, Italy
Acoustic waves are used in SONAR systems for the detection and classification of objects which may be swimming in the water column, proud on the seafloor, or buried below the sediment. In some applications, such as low frequency detection and classification of structurally complex objects immersed in a fluid, signal processing techniques must be aided by a-priori model based knowledge of the ...
An Integrated Approach for Simulating Bone Adaptation of Shape and Material Properties using FEMLAB with MATLAB and Simulink
Liu, X., Hart, R.T.
Tulane University, Department of Biomedical Engineering
A new computational approach for simulating bone adaptation was implemented using FEMLAB with MATLAB and Simulink. A Simulink model was created to describe shape adaptation of bone as a negative feedback system, in which the adaptation driving signals tend to return to an equilibrium range in which no shape adaptation will occur. FEMLAB was invoked using a MATLAB S-function in the Simulink ...
Gabrielli, C., Keddam, M., Rousseau, P., Vivier, V.
UPR 15 CNRS “LISE”, case 133 - Université P. & M. Curie, Paris, France
Numerical simulations of electrochemical impedance diagrams are reported using a 2D-axis symmetry FEM calculations. The impedance is the ratio of the potential over the current, but it is highly depending of the concentration of the various chemical species in the solution, particularly the ionic ones wich are sensible to migration, diffusion and convection effects. In this study, only the ...
EPM-MADYLAM laboratory, CNRS, Saint Martin d’Hères, France
The cold crucible is a tool which is frequently used for induction heating applications for the elaboration of materials by middle or high frequency magnetic field. This crucible is made of copper sectors assembled together to form the container in which the electroconductive material is molten. Each sector is water cooled, which keeps the crucible cold when the material is heated and molten ...
Castaings, M.1, Predoi, M.V.2, Hosten, B.1 1 Laboratoire Mécanique Physique, Univ. Bordeaux 1, UMR CNRS 5469, Talence, France
2 Catedra de Mecanica, Universitatea Politehnica Bucuresti, Bucuresti, Romania
Wave propagation in elastic waveguides is a problem of constant interest from the last decades. Several numerical approaches exist. The most intuitive uses time-marching routines that solve the equations of dynamic equilibrium and supply displacements of the structure nodes as time functions. This procedure is usually time and memory consuming due to huge number of temporal iterations required ...
Haschke, T.1, Lautenschlager, D.1, Wiechert, W.1, Bonaccurso, E.2, Butt, H.J.2
1 University of Siegen, Faculty 11, Department of Simulation, Siegen, Germany
2 Max-Planck-Institute for Polymer Research, Polymer Physics Group, Mainz, Germany
The design of micro and nanoscale systems is a great challenge for modelling and simulation. In particular Lab-on-a-Chip-technology offers a wide spectrum of possible applications. Recently Bonaccurso and Butt (Bonaccurso & Butt 2005) presented a new approach to investigate droplet evaporation: They placed water droplets on rectangular, silicon atomic force microscope (AFM) cantilevers so that ...
Manski, S.S.1, Mmbaga, J.P.1, Hayes, R.E.1, Bertrand, F.H.2, Tanguy, P.A.2
1 Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton AB Canada
2 URPEI, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Paper coating operations involve a number of coupled multiphase interactions. The use of FEMLAB to study these coupled phenomena using a level set method is reported. Several problems, including the penetration of fluid into a porous media, flow split meniscus dynamics and entrapment of air bubbles during coating process are explored using a level set implementation. Fluid penetration from a ...