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Wearable medical devices are a growing market segment in the medical device industry. A device that the patient can wear as they go about their daily life enables gathering data that is simply not available during a brief visit to a clinic or doctor’s office. However, making a device wearable almost inevitably means that the device must be battery-powered, which makes managing the energy budget of the device a key concern.
XCOR Aerospace asked Syncroness to analyze a family of valves for an LH2/LO2 upper stage engine to demonstrate compliance with their customer’s requirements. The valves are subjected to extreme operating pressures, temperatures, and flow rates. Syncroness simulated valve performance in parallel with XCOR’s design of the valve assemblies.
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