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Prof. Dr. Ali Jalal Ali, a lecturer in Biomedical  Engineering Department , received a letter of thanks and appreciation from the Future University College. Our appreciation for the efforts made by him

By contributing to the convening and success of the scientific workshop, which was held at the University of Technology for students of the Department of Life Medicine Engineering - University of Babylon, wishing him more brilliance and success to serve the scientific process in our country.

 

Within the scientific activities of Biomedical  Engineering department students  with the support of the head of the department,  Dr. Wissam Kazem Hamdan, in building and developing the skills of innovative students

In this regard, the student (Hassan Tahseen) and the student (Mustafa Rashid) presented a distinguished scientific lecture in the field of life medicine on the topic of integrating and employing artificial intelligence in the field of life medicine. The students were honored with a certificate of appreciation from the Future College, wishing them more creativity and progress Scientific.

  

 

Prof. Dr. Saad Mahmoud Ali, The Head of  Biomechanics Branch in Biomedical engineering Department , obtained the patent entitled “Design of a Soft Nano-Artificial Heart for Permanent Use.”

Where the patent focused on the development, design, modeling and analysis of a new generation of flexible artificial hearts, at low cost, easily operable, real size, low energy consumption, and high durability to replace the living heart of the patient permanently and not for a limited time as current artificial hearts work. Numerical simulations and investigations were carried out using SOLIDWORKS 17 and ANSYS 15.7 design software.

Multi-Physics Structural Analytical Systems, Fluent Fluid Flow Analysis (CFX) and (CFD) systems to determine the dynamic response of blood and compressed air on the elastic performance of the heart during active blood flow cycles. Biomechanical modeling and performance analysis of the flexible artificial heart were carried out using finite element software and ANSYS R18.0 software. Design Expert 11.0 software and Response Surface Technology (RSM) were also used to validate and improve the biomechanical performance of the newly designed flexible core.The simulation results showed that during the maximum absolute pressure applied to the ventricles and air pressure chambers, the heart's performance is completely safe, as shown by the animated graphs. The results also showed that the stress energy, total deformation, maximum main elastic stress, stress-fatigue safety modulus and fatigue life reached their optimal values.

 

 

Under the supervision of the Head of the Biomedical Engineering Department Dr.wisam kazem hamdan  and Ph. Dr. Saad Mahmoud Ali, a group of students from the Biomedical Engineering Department participated in an international conference and obtained approval to publish the research in a journal from Scopus Containers.

The research dealt with the study and discussion of current issues related to components, designs, manufacturing and processing methods of a continuous passive motion machine (CPM). Review and study of the latest research and studies related to continuous passive motion machine (CPM) design and related study of lower extremity diseases, advantages and complications of the operation. The design, development, and manufacture of a simple, lightweight continuous passive motion (CPM) machine was implemented as an effective way to help relieve knee pain through physical therapy. The design and manufacture of many parts of the machine involved the use of ANSYS 18.0 mechanical design software.

The design and manufacture of many parts of the machine involved the use of ANSYS 18.0 mechanical design software. 3D printing was carried out. The efficiency of the productive device (CPM) with the three speeds provided by the device has been tested and checked on many patients paralyzed due to strokes, risks after knee surgery and severe pain in the lower extremities. The device has been shown to be of great help to patients in reducing pain, the risk of DVT after knee surgery in increasing the range of motion of the joint, and decreasing the length of hospital stay.

 

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