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Minimization of risk is key in sanitary crisis management. With a zero tolerance policy, many companies must be able to design spaces - such as a set of rooms, an airplane cabin, or a vehicle cabin - which are designed to limit virus propagation, while providing cooling, or heating.
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Discover how SIMULIA Fluids Solutions reveal the invisible by capturing the physics of a human sneeze/cough to identify corresponding potential contamination paths
Learn from two stories how using simulation can help minimize the risks of contamination: Wuhan’s Leishenshan Hospital in China, and the Hôpital de Marange-Silvange, in France.
Envision how simulations can help to assess the efficiency of safety measures, or to design virus-fighting buildings, cars, aircrafts, ventilation systems, etc. towards creating safer places to live and work.
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SIMULIA Industry Process Expert Director
Industry Process Senior Consultant
Simulation has been the missing puzzle piece. We had the expectation that the results would be a basis for 20-30% of our decision. However, with the results that are now available, we have gained a confidence level of 60-70%.