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Zoom in On the Details: Multi-Domain Technology for Impact and Crash Simulation

Time step discrepancy is a major bottleneck in explicit computation. Predicting physical phenomena through simulation – such as a full vehicle crash - requires models meshed with either solid or shell elements integrating complex behavior including failure criteria. A local high mesh density is needed to accurately predict rupture modes and map their effects at the global model scale. Due to these smaller elements users are forced to decrease the time step or add artificial mass to insure numerical stability, consequently affecting the computation time and results accuracy of the whole model.

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Freescale’s Portfolio of Microprocessors, Microcontrollers, and RF Devices for Aerospace and Defense

By partnering with companies like e2v, Freescale is able to provide a comprehensive portfolio of microcontrollers, microprocessors, and RF devices for the aerospace and defense industry. Freescale offers its customers a comprehensive QorIQ processor roadmap that includes mutlicore devices with multithreading functionality and floating point to meet the demanding size, weight and power requirements of aerospace and defense applications. QorIQ processors also provide best in class Trust Architecture allowing system designers the ability to protect their systems from theft of data, uniqueness and functionality.

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Mining and Hydrogeology: Porous Media Flow Simulations with COMSOL

This webinar will examine the challenges in mine operation related to groundwater and provides an introduction to simulating subsurface flows with COMSOL Multiphysics. Guest speakers from AMPHOS 21 will discuss the importance of using simulation to better understand fluid flow in porous media to design and optimize metallurgical facilities operations. AMPHOS 21 will show a complex hydrogeological multiphysics simulation accounting for groundwater flow in discrete fractures and the interaction with underground mine galleries. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session..

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Improved Configuration Management in Aerospace Electrical Design

Configuration management of design data is a big challenge in aerospace electrical design. Creating, tracking, and checking the many variants of individual features is a challenge both from the standpoint of electrical integrity -“Does this configuration operate correctly?”; and from the standpoint of data management – “How to manage multiple effectivities without massive data duplication?”

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A Design Engineer's Guide to Specifying Custom Bearings: Optimizing Features and Cost

As an engineer, one of the first lessons of design is to specify standard products if possible. With today’s demands for smaller, more reliable and more cost efficient products, engineers are often faced with significant design and performance challenges. So why should an engineer consider specifying a custom bearing?

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Controlling Surface Chemistry and Morphology to Promote or Prevent Adhesion

We encounter interfacial interactions every day. Our tires grip the road because frictional forces between the rubber and concrete prevent tires from slipping. Conditioner moisturizes hair because it is designed to make contact with each strand to deliver moisturizing agents that separate the strands. Not unlike these interactions, the ability to controllably alter interfacial or adhesion interactions is important for a wide variety of industries from aerospace to marine to space exploration. To control interfacial interactions, both surface chemistry and topography play vital roles.

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Cloud Engineering Tools Make Design Decisions Less Cloudy

The main purpose of engineering software is to help engineers make smarter decisions faster and to avoid sacrificing quality for speed. Cloud technology dramatically improves access to information and people, enabling faster decision-making by you and your engineering team, thanks to the ease of which information is accessed. This webinar, given by the founders of two successful providers will focus on the application of cloud technology in engineering software and its impact on decision-making in two key areas: component selection & change management.

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