By Ashim Datta, Vineet Rakesh
Geared up round challenge fixing, this booklet lightly introduces the reader to computational simulation of biomedical delivery tactics, bridging basic idea with real-world functions. utilizing this e-book the reader will achieve a whole origin to the topic, beginning with challenge simplification, enforcing it in software program, via to reading the consequences, validation, and optimization. Ten case reviews, targeting rising parts similar to thermal treatment and drug supply, with effortless to stick to step by step directions, supply ready-to-use templates for additional purposes. resolution approach utilizing the widely used software COMSOL Multiphysics is defined intimately; worthwhile biomedical estate info and correlations are incorporated; and historical past conception details is given on the finish of the publication for simple reference. a mix of brief and prolonged routines make this ebook a whole direction package deal for undergraduate and starting graduate scholars in biomedical and biochemical engineering curricula, in addition to a self-study advisor.
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When we want to use the same software for a 1D problem, appropriate boundary conditions are used on the other dimension(s), typically a zero flux condition. 1 Software implementation Geometry can be created in COMSOL in two ways – drawn within COMSOL or imported. 2 below). 2. 2 Examples of choices among various geometries. 7 Governing equations We need as many equations to describe the model as there are distinct physics. The three most distinct physics considered in this book are fluid flow, heat transfer and mass transfer.
Newer methods of drug delivery, such as through skin as in the case of a patch placed over the skin, often require somewhat greater understanding of mass transfer through skin and other materials. In a critical process such as drug delivery in the brain, a mass transfer model that includes diffusion and elimination of drug can provide valuable insight into the complex process. Thus, modeling of drug delivery processes would require modeling of mass transfer. 3 Quantification of goals in a biomedical process The goals of a thermal therapy or a drug delivery process need to be stated quantitatively.
4 How can we consider symmetry to reduce the domain? The main purpose of using symmetry is to reduce computation by reducing the size of the computational domain. 11 shows three examples where the computational domains can be made much smaller than the actual physical domains, by the use of symmetry. Note that symmetry about a line is different from axisymmetry which is more restrictive and means symmetry about any plane passing through the axis. 11(a), symmetry about the x, y, and z axes of the 3D rectangular block (the physical domain) is used to reduce the corresponding computational domain to a 2D square of only a quarter of the cross-section of the original physical domain.