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        Testing for Biomedical

        In order to categorize the testing needs of this industry, it is useful to divide it into three broad classes: in vivo, durable goods and disposables. The kinds of data needed for each situation are quite different

        Biomedical applications for use inside the human body are characterized by the need for properties measured in a fluid environment and at body temperature. Aside from metals, the properties of most materials are surprisingly different at 37C as compared to room temperature. It becomes important to measure all relevant properties for in-vivo applications at this temperature. If materials are immersed, then testing in a saline environment at 37C is required.

        Durable biomedical goods need to characterized for mechanical properties as well as for processability. CAE is often used in such applications, including injection molding simulation and FEA for structural integrity and creep studies. Long term effects are important and in some cases, the ability to withstand impact. Foams are used in many components and the complex short term and long term properties are needed for good design.

        Disposable ware is used extensively in the medical industry. Design is primarily with plastics and rubber. New age drug delivery products and the resultant need for high reliability operation has converted this industry segment into a high-technology environment. Injection molding simulation and non-linear finite element analysis are commonly used.

        TestPaks typically ordered by this industry

        Testpak ID Name
        G-730 Abaqus Creep Model (*CREEP, LAW=TIME)
        G-711 Abaqus Elastic and Plastic model (*ELASTIC *PLASTIC)
        G-720 Abaqus Hyperelastic Incompressible (*HYPERELASTIC)
        G-003 Moldflow/C-MOLD Post-Filling + Juncture Losses
        G-742 Abaqus Viscoelastic Model (*VISCOELASTIC)
        G-722 Abaqus Hyperelastic Compressible (*HYPERELASTIC)
        G-712 Abaqus Rate Dependent Viscoplastic (*RATE DEPENDENT)
        G-740 Abaqus Stress Relaxation (*VISCOELASTIC, TIME=RELAXATION)
        G-264 SIGMASOFT Thermoplastic: Unfilled Semi-Crystalline Material
        G-744 Abaqus Creep (*VISCOELASTIC, TIME=CREEP)

        Tests typically ordered by this industry

        Test ID Name
        M-204 Tensile Stress-Strain, Strength, and Modulus
        SP-101 Specimen Molding Services
        M-205 Tensile Properties of Elastomers
        SM-210 Optical Haze / Optical Transmission
        M-206 Tensile Stress-Strain, Strength, Modulus and Poisson's Ratio
        Z-996 Data Unit Conversion
        SP-105 Specimen Machining Services
        M-221 3 Point Flexural Stress-Strain, Strength and Modulus
        M-410 Dynatup Instrumented Impact
        M-060 Coefficient of Friction (Static and Dynamic)
        Testing for Biomedical
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