Because of the coupled physics effects that occur in biotechnology, medical organizations use multiphysics simulations
to advance medical devices and treatment procedures.
This webcast will cover several forms of bioheating:
lasers, high- and low-frequency electromagnetic
waves, chemical reactions, and acoustic waves.
A key question for medical professionals studying these
phenomena is whether biological tissue is damaged, and if
so, to what extent. Methods for estimating these damages
will be discussed, along with a live demonstration solving
such a problem in COMSOL Multiphysics.
Vice President of
Sales, NW US
In association with:
Thursday, February 20, 2014
2:00 p.m. ET; 11:00 a.m. PT
REGISTER FREE: www.RDmag.com/bioheating
BIOHEATING: The localized heating
of tissue is achieved through the
insertion of a four-armed electric
probe. This example couples the
bioheat and electric field physics,
and models the temperature field
in the tissue.
AVAILABLE ON DEMAND:
February 21, 2014