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Ten Years of Unlimited Simulation Capabilities!
In this issue of COMSOL News, you’ll find 15 examples of how your colleagues use COMSOL to take on today’s technological challenges. We have a report froma team at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center that’s modeling next-generation life support systems for longduration space habitation such as a lunar outpost and a roundtrip to Mars. Next, you can learn how multiphysics helps France’s Roc- Tool, which specializes in licensing its rapid molding technologies for the composites industry, customize molds for its clients’ diverse needs.We also have two interesting examples of multiphysics in the consumer products industry: electric shavers from Philips and a full-color, photo-quality direct thermal printer from ZINK Imaging.
|Table of Contents // COMSOL NEWS 2008|
|4||Clearing the Air: Life Support for Space Exploration|
|7||Instrumentation Modeling for NASA’s Next Mars Rover Mission|
|8||Innovative Molding Technology|
|12||Electrochemical Machining in Appliance Manufacturing|
|14||Reduced Metal Consumption in Electroplating Saves Big Money|
|16||Faster, Safer delivery of Therapeutic Substances|
|18||A Model of Direct Thermal Printing|
|20||Temperature Dependent Material Properties|
|22||Multiphysics Electrifies Modeling in Many Scales|
|26||Improving Prediction of Semiconductor Lifetimes|
|28||In the Classroom: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Puts COMSOL to the Test|
|29||Engineers Advance Skills|
|30||Rapid Developments of Sensors in Vehicle Design|
|32||Environmentally Friendly Flameless Furnace|
|34||Benchmarking COMSOL Multiphysics|
|35||COMSOL Conference 2008|
|36||Guest Editorial: Dr. Dale Kipp|
|7||TransTech Systems becomes COMSOL Certified Consultant|
|34||rbMIT ©MIT Software|