Products/Services for Biological Simulation Software

  • Modeling and Simulation Software-Image
    Modeling and Simulation Software - (452 companies)
    Modeling and simulation software is used to model and simulate a system or process for the purposes of testing or calibration. It is used in a wide variety of industrial processes and is applied in conjunction with physical simulation systems... Learn More
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    Network Simulation Software - (28 companies)
    Network Simulation Software Information. Network simulation software is designed to model the potential behaviors of computer networks. These applications allow network engineers and other information technology (IT) personnel to simulate scenarios... Learn More
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    Engineering Analysis Software - (655 companies)
    Engineering analysis software is designed to model, analyze, and predict responses and interactions for applications such as materials, structures, chemical and biological processes, electronic system performance, etc. Engineering analysis software... Learn More
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    Analytical Laboratory Services - (1592 companies)
    ...with a complete device, system, or software program and, by systematically disassembling it, determines how the study subject was put together. Environmental Exposure: Environmental exposure testing uses methods that subject media to environmental conditions... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Biological Microscopes - (138 companies)
    ...the sample at one time, or one person and a camera. Important features in specifying biological microscopes include a digital display, mechanical stages, oil immersion lenses, fine focus, computer interfaces, and image analysis processing software. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Biological Indicators - (41 companies)
    Biological indicators are used to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of sterilization. They are designed for use with ethylene oxide gas, dry heat, steam or radiation. Ethylene oxide gas is used to kill bacteria, mold and fungi in medical... Learn More
  • Biological Safety Cabinets - (95 companies)
    Biological safety cabinets protect both the specimen and the user from biological contamination. Particulate-free air is passed down from the top of the hood, across the work surface, and then captured before entering a worker's breathing zone... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Biological Materials - (96 companies)
    Biological materials are biocompatible materials, natural or man-made, that comprise a whole or a part of a living structure or biomedical device that performs, augments, or replaces a natural function How To Select Biological Materials. Antibodies... Learn More
  • Rotating Biological Contactors - (27 companies)
    Rotating Biological Contractors Information. Rotating biological contactors are large discs on rotating shafts that are mounted in wastewater tanks, but only partly submerged. As the discs turn, the microorganisms on them repeatedly contact both air... Learn More
  • Engineering Consulting Services - (5417 companies)
    ...manufacturing. Process design. Process control. Production flow. Safety analysis. Finance / Labor. Cost analysis. Feasibility analysis. Negotiations. Procurement. Recruitment. Software / IT. Database design. Data mining. Networking. Web development... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...guide and demonstration videos are also available on the website. Application-based examples in the text and on the website include the calculation of currents in biological tissue under electrical stimulation, superconducting magnetic shielding, magnetic levitation, electromagnetic nondestructive...

A key advantage of this new process is that once the paste feedstock is reconstituted, the immunoglobin stays in solution throughout the entire process, better preserving the conformation and biological activity of the compounds, according to Clarke. Finally, the preparation also is stabilized...

...and Feezor described the problems inherent in creating complex finite element models of biological tissue, even in terms of creating a usable geometry file. They described some available methods for coping with this problem, but focused mostly on difficulties in solving mechanical problems in a single...

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