Solutions From Dassault Systèmes In Wuhan’s Leishenshan Hospital
The construction of the modular Leishenshan hospital in Wuhan in the Chinese province of Hubei at the beginning of this year in response to the outbreak of the corona virus there attracted worldwide attention, particularly due to the scale and record completion time. Dassault Systèmes has now announced a strategic partnership with the Central-South Architectural Design Institute (CSADI), which was responsible for planning the hospital.
To prevent contamination of the nearby environment and minimize cross-infection in the hospital, Dassault Systèmes donated SIMULIA XFlow software based on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform to the CSADI. With this software it is possible to simulate indoor and outdoor fluids, the spread of viruses in ventilation systems and other projects within the hospital of Leishenshan.
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“Dassault Systèmes’ advanced SIMULIA XFlow software is and will be used to simulate indoor air distribution schema and optimize suggestions on better contamination discharge in negative pressure wards to protect medical personnel,” said Zhang Shen, Director of Engineering Digital Technology Center, CSADI. “SIMULIA XFlow will also simulate outdoor exhaust emission impacts on nearby surroundings to help the design and site selection of the modular hospital.”
"Dassault Systèmes is committed to helping Chinese enterprises combat COVID-19 with the aid of technology, focusing on restoration and development of enterprises after the pandemic,” said Ying Zhang, Managing Director, Greater China, Dassault Systèmes.
In a press release, Dassault Systèmes emphasizes the special role that the virtual, three-dimensional twin plays in combination with the simulation of biochemical processes.