Simulation Methods for Orthopedic Implant Design Using Biomechanics and Structural Analysis


Please join us for a 45-minute live webcast and hear MSC and its biomechanics partner, LifeModeler, Inc. talk about new virtual test methods to better understand the functional performance of knee implants within the musculoskeletal system.

When: Tuesday, June 16, 2009
10:00 a.m. Pacific / 1:00 p.m. Eastern
Duration: 45 minutes

How to Register: Click Here to Register

Topic: Simulation Methods for Orthopedic Implant Design Using Biomechanics and Structural Analysis

You'll learn:

  • New methods for quickly developing musculoskeletal systems for loads prediction and gait analysis
  • Advanced approaches for integrating human anatomy with highly non-linear flexible components both internally, in the form of soft tissues, and externally, to evaluate comfort requirements.
  • To conduct integrated virtual stress and biomechanics performance simulations in a more cohesive manner to get better results
  • How simulation methods can be automated to evaluate more design options and establish repeatability
  • Tips for managing and tracking virtual test models, steps, results, reports for regulatory approvals

Presented by: Baskar Rajagopalan, MSC.Software, Mark Carlson, MSC.Software, and Scott Bergeon, Lifemodeler, Inc.

Following the webcast, you will be able to join in a live discussion with the presenters.


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