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Multiphysics - A Guided Tour

Sponsored by COMSOL Recorded February 27, 2008 In this podcast, COMSOL Branch Manager, David Kan, speaks with NASA Tech Briefs Editorial Director, Linda Bell, about the wide range of challenging design problems that can now be easily tackled by applying multiphysics modeling and simulation techniques. Learn how multiphysics simulations enable high-tech organizations to advance their product development beyond the ordinary. This podcast is based on the COMSOL webinar, Multiphysics - A Guided Tour, which took place February 27, 2008. To access the complimentary archived webinar, Multiphysics - A Guided Tour, . Interviewer: Linda Bell Editor and Associate Publisher NASA Tech Briefs Speaker: David Kan Branch Manager COMSOL  

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Brain Enzyme



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The Keyence PX Series rugged photoelectric sensors from Keyence Corp. of America have been selected as NTB's Product of the Month for May. The sensors feature an IP-69K environmental rating for high pressure (1,400 psi) applications at temperatures to 176 degrees F. They feature stainless steel casings, sensor heads backfilled with epoxy under vacuum conditions, and scratch-resistant lenses. A dual-output feature enables users to see when the sensor activates and when the low-light alarm turns on.

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Cellular Medical Images



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The Forgotten Giant



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