Using Engineering Simulation to Fight COVID-19 Outbreak

April 17, 2020, 02:00 PM (SGT)

Venue: Online

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To contribute to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and help accelerate the efforts of academic and industrial scientists and engineers fighting the virus, Ansys is organizing a webinar featuring the simulation technology available to speed up designs and solutions to combat COVID-19. We will discuss challenges in designing devices, healthcare facilities and treatments for the disease:

  • Designing new ventilator systems
    • Using existing assembly lines for ventilator system production
    • Ensuring electronic, mechanical and fluid flow performance of the new design
    • Evaluating alternative materials
  • Designing masks
    • Analyzing fluid flow through the porous medium of masks
  • Designing isolation wards
    • Ensuring desired air flow patterns that minimize the risk of further spread
  • Studying virus spread patterns through sneezing/coughing
    • Developing device risk mitigation strategies

Ansys is committed to providing software, support and services for the following simulation capabilities:

  • Multiple physics like fluid flow, mechanical and electrical/electronic analysis
  • Multiphysics problems like coupled fluid flow and mechanical analysis
  • Systems modeling to analyze complex interactions of various subsystems of a device
  • Design optimization
  • Materials selection for optimal design and function

Benefits of using simulation technology

  • Accelerate evaluation of device performance and reliability
  • Conduct “what if” studies
  • Conduct parametric studies
  • Perform quick-and-easy simulations followed by detailed analysis if desired

COVID-19 Simulation

Image courtesy: Modeling done by Dr. Yu Feng’s Computational Biofluidics and Biomechanics Laboratory at Oklahoma State University

Invited speakers

Dhiraj Mahajan

Dr. Dhiraj K. Mahajan
Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Ropar

Dr. Dhiraj K. Mahajan joined IIT Ropar as Assistant Professor in December 2013. Prior to this, he was a post-doctoral researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Advanced Materials Simulations (ICAMS) at Ruhr University Bochum (Germany), which he joined after earning his Ph.D. from IIT Kanpur in the field of solid mechanics. He has a Bachelor’s degree in production technology and a Master’s degree in advanced manufacturing processes from NIT Warangal.

Hermant Punekar

Hemant Punekar

With over 16 years of experience at Ansys, Hemant Punekar specializes in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and has worked closely with the global pharmaceutical and healthcare industry. He has developed several models to solve complex fluid flow problems in medical devices, manufacturing equipment, etc. He has been evangelizing the technology with healthcare and pharmaceutical companies in India.

Who Should Attend?

  • Medical devices manufacturers
  • Healthcare providers
  • Pharma manufacturers
  • Scientists, academic researchers, design engineers
 
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