Simulations of an Electromagnetic Microsystem Used in Biomedical Applications

@inproceedings{Creutzburg2010SimulationsOA,
  title={Simulations of an Electromagnetic Microsystem Used in Biomedical Applications},
  author={Tom Creutzburg and Hans H. Gatzen},
  year={2010}
}
Simulations of an electromagnetic microsystem intended to be used in a microac- tuator which serves as an ear implant to overcome amblyacousia were conducted. Using the ANSYS TM simulation software, the design and optimization of the electromagnetic microsystem were accomplished by Finite Element Method (FEM) analyses. The design process contained 2-D and 3-D simulations. 2-D simulations served as parametric studies of the system. Afterwards, a 3-D simulation was carried out to flne-tune the… CONTINUE READING

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