See How Multiphysics Simulation Is Used in Research and Development

Engineers, researchers, and scientists across industries use multiphysics simulation to research and develop innovative product designs and processes. Find inspiration in technical papers and presentations they have presented at the COMSOL Conference. Browse the selection below or use the Quick Search tool to find a specific presentation or filter by application area.
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Bioscience and Bioengineeringx

Numerical Simulation of Blood Flow in a Straight Artery Under the Influence of a Magnetic Field new

G. C. Shit[1], A. Sinha[1], A. Mondal[1], S. Majee[1]
[1]Jadavpur University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

In this work, we have developed a three-dimensional numerical simulation for blood flow through an arterial segment in the presence of an externally applied magnetic field. The study bears the potential applications in simulation-based medical planning system for cardiovascular disease ... Read More

Smart Chest Belt for Cardiac Health Monitoring new

M. Vijayalakshmi[1], R. C. Thiagarajan[1]
[1]ATOA Scientific Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Conventional cardiac electrical signal monitoring and measurement techniques such as Electrocardiograph (ECG) are prone to operator error due to multiple lead attachment requirements. These multiple electrode based systems are also not convenient for continuous cardiac health monitoring, ... Read More

Comparative Study on 3D Modeling of Breast Cancer Using NIR-FDOT new

S. Peter[1]
[1]Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Fluorescence Diffuse Optical Tomography (FDOT) uses Near Infra-Red (NIR) light to monitor physiological changes in internal organs. NIR light being less energetic in nature can be used for continuous monitoring of tumor infected biological tissue, neonatal brain and many such ... Read More

Updated Results of Singlet Oxygen Modeling Incorporating Local Vascular Diffusion for PDT new

R. Penjweini[1], M. M. Kim[1], T. C. Zhu[1]
[1]Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Introduction: Singlet oxygen (¹O₂) has a critical role in the cell-killing mechanism of photodynamic therapy (PDT). Therefore, in this study, the distance-dependent reacted ¹O₂ is numerically calculated using finite-element method (FEM). Herein, we use a model [Ref. 1] that has been ... Read More

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