A. Daneryd, D. Ericsson
ABB Corporate Research, Västerås, Sweden
COMSOL AB, Stockholm, Sweden
For certain classes of scientific and technical computations the cloud may offer easily accessible, scalable, and affordable gigantic computing power. A power that for these classes may lead to a step change in model and analysis complexity compared to what is feasible with dedicated clusters and similar networked solutions. Acoustics with or without interaction with coupled physics fields ...
Istituto Superiore di Osteopatia, Milan, Italy
The concept of cranial Primary Respiratory Mechanism (MRP) is used by osteopathic practitioners to explain the perceptual characteristics arising from the clinical palpation approach of the human skull. The theoretical apparatus and the same MRP existence is always element of controversy among the scientific community. The results arising from this study highlight the intrinsic capability of ...
L. Wright, G. Memoli, P. Jones, E. Stride
National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, UK
University College London, London, UK
University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Understanding the interactions between microbubbles and surfaces is key to the successful deployment of microbubbles in a range of applications. Two important examples are their use as a drug delivery mechanism, and their potential use of acoustically-driven bubbles as microscale sensors. Drug delivery with bubbles involves sonication at high frequency close to a boundary, and sensing with ...
S. Swargam , S. Devasahayam , S. Wankhar ,
 Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
 Christian Medical College, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India
Using a Realistic Human Head model to simulate the effect of electrical stimulation can be useful in understanding field distribution in the brain and therefore, the actual point of stimulation before doing it on human subject. With the help of this model, parameters like the stimulus strength as well as electrode placement and its effect can be tested much more easily while targeting a ...
M. Warzecha , J. Jowsa , A. M. Hutny , P. Warzecha , T. Merder 
 Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
 Silesian University of Technology, Katowice, Poland
Calculations were carried out for the water model of the investigated tundish, represented on a scale 1:3. Numerical calculations enable to estimate the fluid flow velocities, pahtlines and other parameters. Calculations were done for two different grids. Based on the results, the flow structure in the investigated tundish was obtained.
C. Gomez , R. F. Coker , J. Knox , G. Schunk 
 NASA MSFC, Huntsville, AL, USA
The primary interest of the VC (Vacuum Characterization) test is to experimentally characterize the adsorption and vacuum desorption of CO2 and water vapor of a pelletized sorbent bed in a large diameter column. The VC test article is shown in Figures 1 and 2. The aluminum canister is 3” in diameter and approximately 8” long allowing for variable sorbent bed loads from 1” to 6” in length. A ...
L. M. A. Ferreira ,
 CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
In a water based electrolytic polishing process, the formation of molecular hydrogen at the cathode is unavoidable and it can contribute to the formation of surface defects at the anode side. This paper presents the work to model and simulate the molecular hydrogen flow inside radio frequency cavity geometries and compares it with the presence, type and relative position of certain defects in ...
Advancing Regulatory Science through Integrative Engineering with COMSOL Multiphysics® Software Modeling
G. Zhang 
 Department of Bioengineering, Institute for Biological Interfaces of Engineering, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, USA
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) faces significant challenges in its regulatory approval processes due to a lack of relevant science, and many practices are limited by laws enacted in the previous century . Therefore, in recent years, the FDA has identified the need for advancements in regulatory science and innovation. In a broader sense, advancing regulatory science is not just ...
B. Kröger, U. Yaramanci, and A. Kemna
1 University of Bonn
We present the results of full-waveform time-dependent finite-element modelling of coupled seismoelectromagnetic wave propagation in fluid-saturated porous media. To describe the seismoelectric response of the system a new set of equations is developed which couple the poroelasticity theory and Maxwell’s equations via flux/force transport equations in a thermodynamical sense. The coupling ...