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Coming Soon - Advanced Passive Thermal Management Technologies for Power Electronics: Solutions to Reduce Noise, Power Consumption, and Operating Costs

Components housed within power electronic devices continue to shrink in size and increase in power. This trend results in high heat flux components integrated into small packages; driving the need for enhanced thermal management to ensure high performance and long life for the devices. Properly managing the thermal loads within these systems can be challenging; and traditional solutions of larger pumps and fans result in more noise and higher power consumption.

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Coming Soon - Chemical Machining of Titanium – A Burr Free, Stress Free and Faster process!

Chemical machining of Titanium is a lower cost alternative to producing components with bonus advantages as well! Titanium is an excellent material used historically with Aerospace and Defense applications. The use of Titanium for medical applications has also grown over the past few decades as its properties are biocompatible with the human body and, of course, its mechanical strength & weight provide premium advantages as well.

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Coming Soon - Anti-Friction Coatings: How to Eliminate Noise for the Life of Interior Plastic Components

In conjunction with SAE Modern passenger cars are equipped with sophisticated measures to avoid propagation of noise from the engine and gearboxes into the passenger compartment, which creates a very comfortable environment for car occupants. On the other hand, this enables “new noises” to become audible – in particular, those generated by the sliding of plastic components made of thermoplastics having poor affinity under the tribological aspect.

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Coming Soon - The Role of Multi-domain Dynamic Models for Functional Verification in Model-based Systems Engineering

Much has been made of the power of Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) as a formal method for capturing and managing design requirements for complex engineering systems. But what does MBSE really mean for the engineering design organization? Whenever a proponent of MBSE speaks with a mechanical or electrical design engineer on the topic, they are likely speaking different languages. Even the phrase “systems engineering” can have very different meanings!

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