NEWS AND EVENTS

November 15, 2017

Our invited paper "An In Silico Subject-Variability Study of Upper Airway Morphological Influence on the Airflow Regime in a Tracheobronchial Tree" in MDPI Bioengineering.

December 7, 2016

Dr. Yu Feng’s research group announced the formation of an academic partnership with ANSYS Inc. (Pittsburg, PA), to extend lung aerosol dynamics modeling to the cell level.  Feng’s lab, Computational Biofluidics and Biomechanics Laboratory (CBBL), will make contributio...

November 8, 2016



Dr. Feng has been selected as a recipient of this year's ASME Early Career Technical Conference (ECTC) Presentation Awards hosted by UAB. His presentation is titled "A subject-variability study of airflow transport and for three human lung-airway configurations". 

October 17, 2016

http://www.computationalfluiddynamics.com.au/how-to-shrink-wrap-a-biomedical-stl-file-in-fluent-meshing/

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