Journal of Medical and Biological Engineering (2019) 39:171–172 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40846-018-0428-4 EDITORIAL Mark Driscoll Published online: 6 June 2018 © Taiwanese Society of Biomedical Engineering 2018 Over the last 10 years, medical device design has vastly platform while avoiding making costly mistakes from ambi- benefited from the integration of finite element analyses in tious misinterpretations. Further, established product devel- the product development process. The finite element method opment strategies must be revised to integrate the FEM into (FEM) is a numerical method used to solve boundary value the early design phase which will take considerable effort problems. This method adopts an approach of computing for companies. Thus, the FEM has not completely shaken reactions over a discrete number of points across the domain the perception of being a research tool rather than a develop- of interest. For medical design, this typically translates ment asset just yet. towards verifying device performance in a virtual domain One may become a skilled and experience FEM user that is representative of its planned real-life application. A through extensive knowledge of the mechanics behind the user may leverage results from such an analysis to interpret solver and awareness and implementation of verification and device performance and make educated
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