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Coming Soon - Advances in Metal Additive Manufacturing -- the Development and Applications of Electron Beam Freeform Fabrication (EBF3)

Metal additive manufacturing, also called “3D printing,” has blossomed over the past decade, growing from a novelty research area to commercial systems used in a variety of small-scale production applications. Electron beam freeform fabrication (EBF3) is an additive manufacturing process that builds three-dimensional metal parts layer-by-layer using wire feedstock and an electron beam heat source. Researchers at NASA’s Langley Research Center initiated development of EBF3 to address challenges in applying metal additive manufacturing to large-scale structural aircraft components, launch vehicles, and in-space manufacturing for building tools, spares and replacement parts for use in space. This webcast will discuss the maturation of the EBF3 technology from inception to commercialization and will describe some of NASA’s current and emerging applications of this additive manufacturing technology.

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Coming Soon - Advanced Conformal Coating Technologies for Electronics Applications

Heightened demands for performance and reliability often require conformal coating solutions. This is particularly true in the dynamic world of electronic devices where increased complexity on smaller and smaller components continues to pose new challenges for design and manufacturing engineers alike.

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Selecting Litz Wire to Increase Energy Efficiency

Many debate the most cost effective way to generate energy, but all agree that gains in efficiency when possible are the best way to save. When building high field strength/high frequency power devices, Litz should be considered. In devices such as motors, generators, high frequency power inductors, wireless power transfer, and inductive heating, Litz can be used to considerably lower the cost of energy ownership.

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Coming Soon - Pushing the Limits of Metals and Manufacturing for High-Performance NASA Applications

The Materials Development and Manufacturing Technology Group at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL/Caltech) develops end-to-end capabilities for new metal alloys. The demanding applications of NASA missions require the development of new materials and manufacturing technologies to produce hardware that can't be made using conventional tools.

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Coming Soon - P2P Pumped Two Phase Cooling For High Heat Flux Applications

Thermal management solutions for powered applications are becoming more demanding. Traditional air-cooling and pumped single phase liquid cooling systems are becoming too large and heavy to address high heat load applications. Pumped Two Phase (P2P) Cooling solutions are now being more routinely applied for cooling high heat load, particularly when a high degree of isothermality is required. P2P cooling can be applied to all sectors from laser diodes to IGBTs to large scale system applications. This presentation will provide design engineers with a better understanding of the fundamentals of P2P cooling technologies, including new solutions and opportunities for implementation.

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Coming Soon - SpaceX: Revolutionizing the Design of Advanced Rockets and Spacecraft through Computer Aided Engineering

This presentation discusses how SpaceX uses Finite Element Analysis and Computational Fluid Dynamics to revolutionize the rocket and spacecraft industry. It touches upon how Falcon 9 v1.1 and Dragon engine components were designed at faster than industry rates via multi-physics analysis, which includes structural, dynamic, thermal, fluid, and electromagnetic analyses.

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Improving Complex System Design Reliability and Robustness

This Webinar describes how using model-based design can produce order-of-magnitude improvements in productivity and quality and help ensure the reliability and robustness of your next system design.

Posted in: On-Demand Webinars

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