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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: Nanorobotic Challenges In Biomedical Applications, Design And Control
Author: Cavalcanti A.
Rosen L.
Kretly L.C.
Rosenfeld M.
Einav S.
Abstract: Ongoing developments in molecular fabrication, computation, sensors and motors will enable the manufacturing of nanorobots - nanoscale biomolecular machine systems. The present work constitutes a novel simulation approach, intended to be a platform for the design and research of nanorobots control. The simulation approach involves a combined and multi-scale view of the scenario. Fluid dynamics numerical simulation is used to construct the nanorobotic environment, and an additional simulation models nanorobot sensing, control and behavior. We discuss some of the most promising possibilities for nanorobotics applications in biomedical problems, paying a special attention to a stenosed coronary artery case. © 2004 IEEE.
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Date Issue: 2004
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