20 Apr Webinar: Analyzing Particles in Fluid Flow: A Life-Saving Example
With recent health crises and attention to aerosol particles, there is a need for a high-fidelity predicting tool to answer public health questions. In designing devices for inhaled medication, accuracy and reliability are critical objectives and severely change the outcome. One example of these devices is dry powder inhalers, which is becoming more and more popular since it is easier to store in dry, remote, or dangerous regions for an extended time.
Medication delivery can be vastly improved with well-designed decisions. The interaction between the active pharmaceutical ingredient, its carrier, and the inhaler to deliver the correct dosage in the respiratory system remains a challenge, however.
In this webinar, you will learn how combining computational fluid dynamics (CFD) with discrete element modeling (DEM) is essential to design a dry powder inhaler (DPI).
- Respiratory Diseases
- Market: Opportunities and Challenges
- Modeling Tools
- Case Study 1: Dry Powder Inhaler (DPI)
- Case Study 2: Transport of Particles in Human Airways
Applications Engineer, Rocky DEM Business Unit at ESSS
Ahmad holds a Master of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Oklahoma State University. He brings experience in analyzing multiphase and turbulent flows in the field of biomechanics. His prior roles included developing and optimizing chemical processes through data analysis tools. Given his diverse background from chemical to pharmaceuticals, Ahmad recognizes and understands the challenges engineers face in simulating multiphysics systems across many industries.