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Is High Fidelity Simulation an Accurate Platform for Certification By Analysis?

Join us on December 8th as simulation experts explore this question through Modeling and Validations of Pool Fires For Aerospace Applications

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FDM & PolyJet: Similarities and Distinctions

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and PolyJet are distinctly different, yet they have much in common. To help you understand which 3D printing technology best meets your needs, Fred Fischer, director and former applications engineer for Stratasys, will share his insights on FDM and PolyJet. He will cover operations, output qualities and material offerings.

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SAE International J3061 – The World’s First Standard on Automotive Cybersecurity: A Global Discussion

Purpose: This SAE Standards Workshop is an overview presentation and discussion about the new Cybersecurity Standard – SAE J3061: Cybersecurity Guidebook for Cyber-Physical Vehicle Systems

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How to Avoid PCB Re-spins when IC’s Change or are Obsoleted

Working with printed circuit boards (PCBs) for sophisticated military, aerospace, or medical systems can be a frustrating – and expensive – exercise, particularly when the customer requests “a simple upgrade” or modification after the boards have been made or after deployment. Thanks to Murphy’s Law, these “simple upgrades” are never as simple as they should be. Aries has developed a unique solution that can save you from having to re-spin your PCB due to IC obsolescence or package change.

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Method to Reduce Stabilization Time for Shape Memory Alloys (SMAs)

Shape memory alloys (SMAs) are metals that “remember” their original shape. After being deformed, SMAs return to their original shape with the application of heat.

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Advancing Solid Rocket Propulsion System Design Using Computational Fluid Dynamics at Orbital ATK: Past, Present and Future directions

Solid rocket propulsion systems are important for a wide variety of civilian and military purposes. Funding for system design and development has been significantly reduced however, compared with early development programs, which dictates limited testing and ambitious development schedules. Design approaches have also evolved, moving from those based primarily on empirical rules and relationships to more mechanistic, physics-based simulation methodologies. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and multi-physics simulation tools help meet both these new demands.

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Using Low Light Level CMOS Sensors to Augment Thermal IR Security and Surveillance Systems

Thermal infrared imaging cameras are widely deployed for night-time surveillance and security applications to provide 24/7 imaging. These cameras are not affected by ambient light and provide some clear advantages over visible day time sensors such as detecting hot targets or imaging through smoke and fog. Unfortunately, for security and surveillance applications, thermal cameras do not offer the insight that a visible day camera can provide. They also cannot provide complete scene understanding in situations such as thermal cross over times or when there is minimal target-to-background thermal differential.

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