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Journey of Innovation: Designing a Disruptive Technology for a Sustainable Future

Society's concerns on global warming, our reliance on fossil fuels and the global energy crisis has given rise to alternative energy solutions in urban environments where the smart cities of the future will utilize power when and where it is required. Pavegen technology harnesses the kinetic energy from footsteps and has been used throughout the globe in the last 3 years, proving that the answer to our future power source is literally under our feet.

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Achieving Total Data Awareness: How Traceability Improves Manufacturing

Traceability has variable and narrow definitions depending on the industry, product, and application. As a result, narrow solutions are often adopted yet only deliver the required data scope for a subset of a specific product. The issue with this approach is twofold: First, it only delivers a short-term solution, as traceability requirements expand continuously. Second, it neglects a significant opportunity to achieve real process intelligence and control.

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Heat Pipe Design and Modeling: Theory, Finite Element Analysis, and Applications

Today’s finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software packages allow designers to identify thermal challenges early in the design process, but models are only as accurate as their boundary conditions.

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Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymers - How Fiber Lengths and Loading Define the Achievable Properties and Dictate the Manufacturing Techniques

The Webinar will look at the properties of thermoplastic composites. Focusing mainly on carbon-fiber filled composites, we will show how the geometry of the filler, as well as the amount of filler, affects the properties of the finished article. The filler properties also generally determine the available manufacturing techniques that can be used.

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Heat Transfer Simulation in Materials Processing

Engineers in the aerospace, defense, heavy manufacturing, automotive, and medical product industries develop processes to produce materials with specific mechanical and physical properties. In this webinar, we will demonstrate the analysis of conjugate heat transfer problems in COMSOL Multiphysics that are relevant to material processing, and investigate the effects of fluid flow on the quenching of hot components. The analyses show the effects of conduction, convection and radiation for sufficiently high processing temperatures. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.

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Novel Wiring Technologies for High-Performance Applications

Because wire failure in aerospace vehicles could be catastrophic, smart wiring capabilities have been critical for NASA. Through the years, researchers at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) have developed technologies, expertise, and research facilities to meet this need.

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How Leading Aerospace Enterprises Use and Manage Materials Data

Join speakers from Lockheed Martin, Honeywell, and NASA as they share how they have implemented effective workflows for the management and use of critical data on composites, alloys, and other materials. They will discuss the impact on materials engineering, design, simulation, and on making better materials decisions. Combining the right materials data with the right tools, such enterprises can reduce cost and turnaround time in solving materials-related problems.

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