Coming Soon - Multiphysics Analysis for CFD Applications in COMSOL Multiphysics®

If you want to learn how to perform multiphysics analyses for CFD applications, tune into this webinar. As a scientist or engineer working in simulation, you need to describe more than just the flow and pressure fields in your models. In many cases, the multiphysics interactions between fluid flow and solid objects are also interesting to study, understand, and optimize.

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Coming Soon - Reducing Prototyping Costs with Rapid Overmolding

Prototyping overmolded parts using production grade materials is now easier with the recent launch of rapid overmolding services at Proto Labs. Using existing mold technology, you can get overmolded prototypes within days, allowing you to reduce design risk while accelerating development. Learn about key design considerations, material compatibility, and the differences (and similarities) between rapid overmolding and larger-scale production processes.

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Coming Soon - Thermal Optimization for Energy Efficiency

Nearly everything has an optimal operating temperature and thermal condition. Millions of dollars each year are spent generating and transporting thermal energy to achieve thermal goals. Thermal optimization not only improves the economy of transporting energy, maintaining building temperatures, manufacturing processes and products, it improves their efficiency as well. Engineers use simulation to reveal detailed pictures of thermal processes, providing a deep understanding of all aspects of thermal management.

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Coming Soon - Validation of Material Models: Study of Joining and Assembly Systems for Thermoset and Thermoplastic Composite Materials

In Conjunction with SAEThis 30-minute Webinar presents an overview of a four-year study that is a cooperative agreement between the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Automotive Materials Partnership. The objective of this $7 million partnership is to validate and assess the ability of physics-based material models to predict crash performance of automotive primary load-carrying carbon fiber composite structures.

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Coming Soon - The Friction Factor: Meeting the Challenges of Modern Aerospace Gimbal Sealing

For as long as radar, weapons targeting, and other electronic systems have been used in aerospace and defense applications, design engineers have employed gimbals as a means to protect them. But sealing these gimbals is a balancing act, requiring the right mix of friction, minimal leak rate and maximum service life.

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Coming Soon - Solve Demanding Environment Challenges with Parylene Conformal Coatings

Conformal coatings are often used in the electronics, automotive, military, aerospace and medical device industries to protect products from their surrounding environments. As technologies continue to evolve, often becoming smaller and more complex, and are required to survive harsh operating conditions, many conformal coatings struggle to provide reliable, lasting protection.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Coatings & Adhesives, Materials


Coming Soon - Advanced Technology in Medical Device Manufacturing

The development and use of new and novel materials and processes has allowed quantifiable increases in product performance and patient safety. Custom developed materials for medical device implants. Superfinished and engineered surfaces for medical implants. Additive manufacturing and personalized medical implants.

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