Designing an Environmental Control Capsule for Bone Density Studies in Space

Feb. 12, 2014
Sponsored by Mentor Graphics
In designing a capsule for an experiment aimed at supporting studies for long distance manned space travel there can be challenging thermal operating conditions combined with tight physical constraints and set test environment levels to maintain. Voxdale share insight into employing CAD embedded CFD to rapidly explore design iterations. Find out more about how cow bone samples were kept under the right conditions while undergoing mechanical vibration loading and subjected to microgravity environment and different radiation levels.

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