COMSOL Conference 2017 User Presentations

Over 150 presentations on multiphysics simulation will be given at the conference by COMSOL Multiphysics users. By attending these sessions, you can connect with your colleagues and learn from their experiences. This year's program includes application specific Panel Discussions as well as a grand Poster Session.


Session Chair: Freddy Hansen, Abbott Laboratories October 5th, 2:45PM - 4:15PM Commonwealth Ballroom 3

Multiphysics Modeling of a Minimally Invasive Tissue Ablation Methodology

J. S. Crompton 1 ,  J. Thomas 1 ,  K. Koppenhoefer 1

1 AltaSim Technologies,  Columbus,  OH,  USA

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Electroceutical Modeling with Advanced COMSOL® Techniques

K. Carlson 1,, 2 ,  J. Begnaud 3 ,  J. L. Shils 4 ,  S. Dokos 5 ,  L. Mei 1,, 2 ,  J. E. Arle 1,, 2

1 Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center,  Boston,  MA,  USA
2 Harvard Medical School,  Boston,  MA,  USA
3 Livanova Neuromodulation,  Houston,  TX,  USA
4 Rush Medical Center,  Chicago,  IL,  USA
5 University of New South Wales,  Sydney,  NSW,  Australia

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3D Printed Microfluidic Medical Devices: Rapid Prototyping Using LiveLink™ for MATLAB®

A. P. Spann 1 ,  M. J. Hancock 1

1 Veryst Engineering LLC.,  Needham,  MA,  USA

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Fluid Flow Behavior in Steady and Transient Force Medical Injection Systems

E. Gutierrez-Miravete 1 ,  T. Langley 2

1 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Hartford,  Hartford,  CT,  USA
2 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,  Troy,  NY,  USA

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Numerical Model Simulation of Impedance Based Control for RF Ablation Using Isolator Synergy Clamp

M. Etheridge 1 ,  R. Lopusnik 1 ,  A. Cates 1

1 AtriCure,  Inc.,  Minnetonka,  MN,  USA

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Magnetic Fields Generated by Magnets Moving Along Epicyclic Paths

J. Lin 1 ,  P. Tsui 1

1 Pitotech Co. Ltd.,  Changhua City,  Taiwan

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