Adding to this pressure, hospitals, medical facilities and other end users demand that medical marvels be built even better, smaller, faster and cheaper.
Since many medical devices become a reality thanks in part to the advances in blowers, motors and fans used to power them, savvy engineers who understand fluid moving basics can help drive more quality, efficiency and cost savings into end product designs.
- Express the relationship between fan performance and power through an understanding of fan laws, which are a group of useful equations
- Predict how your system will react in different working conditions by examining blower system impedance
- Align blower and system maximum efficiencies to hit the lowest power requirements by analyzing performance data and curves
- Reach any operating point that lies underneath a given performance curve through speed control
- Select the best motor or blower type – Brushed or Brushless – for your medical application
- Understand noise, life, size and performance through medical application examples
- Download an exclusive white paper on fluid moving basics in medical devices
- Get kudos from your manager and earn bragging rights among peers with an impressive certificate of completion
Who Should Attend?
Engineers and product professionals who design medical devices that need to move air.