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Special Academic Offer -- ADINA

Dear Colleague,

1. As you may know, ADINA is extensively used in teaching and research
at universities all around the world. If you are not already a university user,
you may be interested in the following announcement:

http://www.adina.com/educ.shtml

2. For an overview of the comprehensive multiphysics capabilities of ADINA see
the following page:

http://www.adina.com/multiphysics.shtml

Physical Instabilities in FSI

In this Tech Brief, we present two interesting fluid-structure interaction problems involving adaptive meshing and physical instability

http://www.adina.com/newsgH92.shtml

ADINA Electromagnetics

We have recently added the ADINA Electromagnetics module (ADINA-EM) to our wide range of multiphysics offerings. Using this module, the general Maxwell's equations can be effectively solved and the resulting electric and magnetic fields can be coupled to the fluid flow. For details please see:

http://www.adina.com/adina-electromagnetics.shtml

For an overview of other multiphysics capabilities of ADINA please refer to: 

When Newmark Misses!

                         Accurate Implicit Time Integration in Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis

Using an effective time marching procedure is an important aspect in the implicit finite element analysis

of nonlinear dynamic problems. Here, we demonstrate some of the difficulties that can arise through an

example involving contact chatter and fluid structure interaction:

http://www.adina.com/newsgH84.shtml

Virtual Heart Surgery

1. We highlight a study performed by researchers using ADINA in which they investigated a computational approach to construct patient-specific ventricle models based on in vivo cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging for surgical planning and optimization. The study was motivated by the fact that the use of such computational models can help to assess different surgical hypotheses and replace empirical and perhaps risky clinical experimentation. For more information please see

http://www.adina.com/newsgH81.shtml

Multiphysics Capabilities of ADINA

ADINA offers a comprehensive array of multiphysics capabilities tightly integrated in one program:

* Fluid-structure interaction (FSI)
* Thermo-mechanical coupling (TMC)
* Structural-pore pressure coupling (porous media)
* Thermal-fluid-structural coupling
* Electric field-structural coupling (piezoelectric)
* Thermal-electrical coupling (Joule heating)
* Acoustic fluid-structural coupling
* Fluid flow-mass transfer coupling

FSI Analysis to Understand Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

1. We present an interesting application of ADINA FSI in the study of carpal tunnel syndrome. The analyses involve large deformations and contact of multiple flexible bodies which are immersed in a fluid:

http://www.adina.com/newsgH71.shtml

2. Please recall that we offer a very attractive academic package, for research and teaching, for university users. For more information see

http://www.adina.com/educ.shtml

FSI Analysis of the Human Coughing Mechanism

We present an application of ADINA FSI in the study of the human coughing mechanism. The aim of the study is to help surgeons to position tracheal implants effectively. Please see

http://www.adina.com/newsgH69.shtml

You can find many other examples of applications of ADINA in the analysis of multiphysics problems here:

http://www.adina.com/multiphysics.shtml

Nonlinear Heat Transfer Analysis of The Laser Deposition Process

We present an interesting application of ADINA for simulating the Laser Engineered Net Shaping (LENS) process, widely used for rapid prototyping in different industries:

http://www.adina.com/newsgH68.shtml

Please recall that we offer a very attractive academic package, for research and teaching, for university users. For more information see:

http://www.adina.com/educ.shtml

FSI in Brain Dynamics

We present an interesting application of ADINA FSI in  
cerebrospinal fluid dynamics, please see     

http://www.adina.com/newsgH64.shtml

FSI in Cardiovascular Mechanics

We present an interesting application of ADINA FSI in cardiovascular mechanics, specifically, a potential cause for heart attacks is studied.  Please see     

http://www.adina.com/newsgH63.shtml

Aerodynamics of Flapping Wings for Biomimetic Flying Devices

We present an interesting application of ADINA FSI in the
analysis of biomimetic flying devices. Please see

http://www.adina.com/newsgH62.shtml

You can find many other examples of applications of ADINA in the
analysis of multiphysics problems here:

http://www.adina.com/multiphysics.shtml

Thermo-mechanical Modeling of Friction Welding

We present an application of ADINA in the thermo-mechanical analysis of friction welding. Please see: 

http://www.adina.com/newsgH61.shtml

You can find many other examples of applications of ADINA in the analysis of multiphysics problems here:   

http://www.adina.com/multiphysics.shtml

Fluid-structure Interaction in Cell Mechanics

We present an application of fluid-structure interaction analysis to the mechanics of red blood cells. For more information see the following link:

http://www.adina.com/newsgH60.shtml

Please recall that we offer a special academic package, for research and teaching, for university users. For more information see:

http://www.adina.com/educ.shtml

Free Size-limited Version of ADINA!

We are offering a free size-limited version of the ADINA finite element analysis software widely used for solving linear and nonlinear structural, heat transfer, CFD and multiphysics problems.

To request your free copy please visit:

http://www.adina.com/n900.shtml

ADINA: Automatic Dynamic Incremental Nonlinear Analysis

The ADINA System offers comprehensive capabilities for linear and nonlinear finite element analysis of solids & structures, CFD, fluid-structure interactions, multiphysics, and complete pre- and post-processing with interfaces to various CAD and CAE systems. It also offers user subroutines for material models, elements, loads...

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