Rat Femur

Understand the basics of FEA by analysing the bending of a rat femur.

hours 00:23:14 min  session  5 sessions  Level  Essential

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Course Fees: Free
Session : 5
Duration : 00:23:14
Level : Essential
Subject : 3D Visualization
Course Overview:

This SimCafe Structural Course was developed by Dr. Rajesh Bhaskaran at Cornell University in partnership with Ansys. It serves as an e-learning resource to integrate industry-standard simulation tools into courses and provides a resource for supplementary learning outside the classroom. The following course shows how to solve a Rat Femur Bending Simulation using Ansys Structural. A femur is the upper bone of the leg. In biomedical engineering, the mechanical properties of the femur can be studied through conducting tests on rat femur.  The valuable data from tests can then be applied in simulation to predict behaviors of other femurs.  We will show you step by step how to conduct a bending simulation on a rat femur and evaluate the results.

Learning Outcome:

Upon the completion of this course, you should know how to setup a FEA  problem for a rat femur.

Eligibility Criteria:

Anyone with basic knowledge of Structural Mechanics

Topic Duration
(hh:mm:ss)
Problem Specification Geometry00:06:57short take
Mesh00:03:03short take
Physics Set Up00:00:50short take
Numerical Solution00:01:20short take
Numerical Results00:11:04short take
Total Duration: 00:23:14

Course Includes

Online exercise

Online exercise

Lifetime access to lecture videos, study materials

Quiz

Quiz

Assessment on practice with quiz for each topic

Certificate on completion

Certificate on completion

Internationally valid certificate on
successful completion of the course

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