VisSim News - March 2014
Bayer's slogan is “Science for a Better Life.” Glen Williams, an engineer for the medical corporation, has been using VisSim for over a decade to fulfill that vision. While working on equipment that directly interacts with the human body in critical situations, Williams needs a precise tool to help him develop and test complex systems.
Take for example Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI. “It’s an electronically noisy environment. The scanner itself generates signals that are 200 times stronger than the signal created by the human body,” says Williams.
User Matt Wolf published a VisSim model of human acid-base and fluid-electrolyte balance in the American Journal of Physiology
Dr. Matt Wolf has created a VisSim model of steady-state acid-base and fluid-electrolyte chemistry to gain further understanding and aid diagnosis of complex disorders involving cellular involvement in critically ill patients. In his latest research, a cellular compartment was added to the previous VisSim model of steady-state acid-base and fluid-electrolyte chemistry to gain further understanding and aid diagnosis of complex disorders involving cellular involvement in critically ill patients.
Satya is our VisSim Application Engineer in India. As he completes his second year with VSI, it is clear his command of VisSim for Model Based Embedded Development (MBED) has grown fast. He has become quite adept in VisSim use in motor drive and digital power applications. Satya has gotten great demand for his knowlege and training skills at a number of universites in India and has been teaching one and two-day seminars quite a bit this past year. He taught a two day course at the National Institute of Technology in Warangal last October.