Increasing design reliability while bringing new concepts to life
Simulation of respiratory systems is a growing field in the Life Sciences Industry with applications ranging from modeling the deposition of inhaled particles into lungs to assessing the efficacy of inhaled medications.
  • Modeling the flow through nasal passages to determine the required surgical procedure using STAR-CCM+ (model provided by Lionel Meister, University of Marseille)
  • STAR-CCM+ closes the gap between meaningful results and engineering design by automating your work-flow in a unique single integrated environment. Shown here is a CFD analysis with STAR-CCM+ on a medical ventilator
  • STAR-CCM+ solution showing shear stress at wall of naval cavity during inhaling. Shear stress is high in passages with narrow cross-sections where velocity is high.
  • Polyhedral mesh for flow simulation in a human respiratory system (nasal cavity up to hypopharynx).The geometry was obtained from CT-data using software Mimics from Materialise and imported into STAR-CCM+ in STL-format (surface triangulation).
  • Polyhedral mesh for flow simulation in a human respiratory system (nasal cavity up to hypopharynx).The geometry was obtained from CT-data using software Mimics from Materialise and imported into STAR-CCM+ in STL-format (surface triangulation).

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