Simulation solutions to mitigate risks of airborne contamination
Water droplets are one of the primary transmission vectors of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that leads to COVID-19. Increasingly, scientific communities claim that the virus can spread through airborne particles. While coughing or sneezing projects large numbers of respiratory droplets, talking and breathing also releases them. These droplets are potentially transported through the air, carried by the surrounding airflow, and can be inhaled by others. They can also deposit on surfaces that other people touch, leading to further infection. Furthermore, individuals can be contagious for several days before symptoms manifest, and people with mild or asymptomatic cases may not realize they are infected at all.
In those conditions
Safe Public Environment solution, powered by the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, provides simulation capabilities that enable the analysis of contamination risks and a science-based support to design palliative measures.
Safe Public Environment leverages cloud computing to enable fast simulation of complex environments without the need for on-site hardware, minimizing the disruption of working from home and permitting rapid scale-up for new ideas. The Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform allows users to collaborate without being physically present and to quickly assemble design data into simulation-ready projects. Images and video renderings are key to explaining propagation to the public and reassuring customers, passengers, staff and investors.
Helps the public authorities and private organizations to deploy specific measures and changes to everyday environments to control the transmission of the disease as economic activity and daily life resumes.
The 3DEXPERIENCE platform can be used by engineers to simulate airflows as well as how a virus could spread in the air.
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Minimizing sanitary risks is key for hospitals, companies, public organisations, universities, cultural and live event venues to ensure employees, patients, students and audiences feel safe when visiting public spaces in the future.
Securing the new normal | Managing the outbreak, especially as economic activity and daily life resumes, will require specific measures and changes to everyday environments to control virus transmission.
Virtual Twin for efficient public policies
Accelerate therapeutic research to better protect population
Accelerate clinical development to better protect population
Managing critical goods supply chain
Experience based learning to ensure education continuity and student engagement
The Philharmonie de Paris and Dassault Systèmes joined forces during the COVID-19 home confinement period to set up public health measures tailored to the characteristics of the symphonic hall, using simulations to understand the airflows.
Air flow simulation was used for a collaborative project to reduce the risk of virus propagation inside the St. Francis Hospital in Marange-Silvange in northeastern France – the country’s second largest region impacted by COVID-19.
German-based GEA, one of the largest technology system suppliers in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, and chemical sectors contracted Dassault Systèmes’ Engineering Services organization to simulate and visualize different scenarios for the re-opening of their cafeteria at its Oelde site using simulation. The result: a comprehensive risk assessment for the re-opening after the lockdown in March due to COVID-19.
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