Webcasts

Coming Soon - Solving the Challenges of Grounding and Bonding Composite Airframes

Weight-saving composite airframes create new challenges in providing reliable grounding and bonding systems.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Composites

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Coming Soon - Ultra-Slow Motion Video for New-Product Designers: Seeing the Unseen During the Testing Phase

Join Frank Mazella, Learning Products Manager, from Vision Research as he provides some insight on utilizing slow motion imaging, with real-world examples and simple techniques, product design engineers can incorporate into the design process, testing for reliability, robustness, and real-life behavior that can determine a product’s success in the market place.

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Coming Soon - New Innovations in 3D Measurement Software: Increased Portability for Laser Tracker Applications

One of the primary advantages of using Laser Tracker Technology is the ability to achieve precise accuracy over large measurement volumes. However, large scale measurements can be challenging when it requires the operator to move across long distances or climb onto large structures.

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Coming Soon - Optimizing Heavy Equipment for Handling Bulk Materials with Adams-EDEM Co-simulation

This Webinar examines the challenges of designing bulk material handling equipment and demonstrates how co-simulation benefits engineers. By co-simulating environments, this enables engineers to realistically model the motion of equipment as it interacts with a bulk material and examine how material loads are transferred throughout their mechanical system. Designs can be virtually tested for a wide range of materials types and equipment maneuvers.

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Thermal Storage and Management using Phase Change Material

Phase Change Materials (PCMs) provide significant thermal energy storage by taking advantage of the latent heat required for the solid-to-liquid and liquid-to-gas phase transition.

Posted in: On-Demand Webinars, Energy Storage

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Photo-Chemical Machining (PCM) of metals…faster & more cost effective than you’d think!

Photo-Chemical Machining (PCM) or photo-etching of metals is a mature process used to create very accurate metal components. This process emerged in the 1960s as an offshoot of the printed circuit board industry. PCM can produce highly complex parts with very fine details, quickly, accurately and economically. Photo etching is a cost effective alternative to stamping, punching, laser cutting, water jet cutting, or electrical discharge machining (EDM) of thin gauge precision parts.

Posted in: Webinars, On-Demand Webinars, Metals

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Improve Safety and Stability Performance for Heavy Equipment using Simulation Methods

In order to ensure safety and stability, MSC is working with the Heavy Equipment Industry to conduct load prediction for structural safety, tip-over studies for stability analysis, as well as to study various accident scenarios in a virtual test environment.

Posted in: On-Demand Webinars

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