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Cracks in the System – Thermomechanical Fatigue of Electronics Components, Part 2

By Kyle Koppenhoefer | March 31, 2022
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As discussed in Part 1, engineers are tasked with designing electrical components that can withstand the increased thermal and mechanical […]

Cracks in the System – Thermomechanical Fatigue of Electronics Components, Part 1

By Kyle Koppenhoefer | March 31, 2022
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The airbags in your car; the camera on your video doorbell; the phone or other electronic device you’re reading this […]

Use of Computational Simulation of Medical Technology – Part 7

By Joshua Thomas | February 22, 2022
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Multiphysics Modeling of Cooled RF Ablation In previous blog posts, we have provided extensive discussion on the Use of Computational […]

Use of Computational Simulation of Medical Technology – Part 6

By Jeffrey Crompton | December 3, 2021
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Emerging Trends: Where Could PCM&S Go? As the use of simulation continues to expand, there are a few areas emerging […]

Use of Computational Simulation of Medical Technology – Part 5

By Jeffrey Crompton | November 30, 2021
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Operating Safely: Patient Well-being The safe and effective operation of medical devices, instrumentation and related technologies are critical to ensuring […]

Use of Computational Simulation of Medical Technology – Part 4

By Jeffrey Crompton | November 29, 2021
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Making it Work: Manufacturing Technology Once a functional product design has demonstrated the ability to meet the technical and market […]

Use of Computational Simulation of Medical Technology – Part 3

By Jeffrey Crompton | November 29, 2021
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Getting to Market: Product Design and Development After providing proof of concept for a new medical technology, device or development of […]

Use of Computational Simulation of Medical Technology – Part 2

By Jeffrey Crompton | November 23, 2021
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Proof-of-Concept: In the Beginning There Was… Innovative product concepts and technologies invariably need to provide some level of Proof of […]

Use of Computational Simulation of Medical Technology – Part 1

By Jeffrey Crompton | November 23, 2021
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Introduction Medical devices continue to provide a crucial component in the diagnosis, prevention, monitoring, and treatment for diseases. Unlike drugs […]

STOP Analysis

By Jeffrey Crompton | August 24, 2021
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Background Consistent behavior of high-performance optical structures requires maintenance of structural stability over the range of potential operating conditions. In […]