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Introducing Surface Analysis for Automotive Applications

In Conjunction with SAE As the materials used in the construction of automobiles become ever more advanced, the breadth of analytical challenges also increases. The surface or layer chemistry of these materials can be of considerable importance, from understanding the appearance of the paint finish, to tailoring the chemical activity of the catalytic converter in the exhaust system.

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Avoid Product Launch Failure: Best Practices for Aligning Your Engineering and Quality Teams

Creating quality products in our fast-paced world isn’t easy. Today’s leading companies face greater challenges with shorter development cycles, distributed supply chains, and greater product complexity. Mechanical, electrical, software, and other design teams must work together to support agile, lean, and hybrid development processes. What can your product team do during the development phases to improve product launch success rates?

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New Polyurethane Pourable Flooring and Sealing Technology for Commercial Vehicles

In Conjunction with SAE The wear and tear experienced by school buses, city buses, and other commercial vehicles requires advanced solutions to improve durability and safety. This free 30-minute Webinar covers the manufacturing and service requirements of commercial vehicle flooring systems and introduces a new, easy-to-apply flooring and sealing technology. The technology can eliminate side wall moldings and sealers as well as center aisle aluminum extrusions. Quick cure times allow for rapid manufacturing cycles.

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Advanced Lightweighting Composite Process for Automotive Mass Production

In conjunction with SAE With growing demand for lighter, more fuel-efficient vehicles, the automotive industry has turned to materials suppliers to help find answers and provide new and innovative materials that can deliver solutions to the most challenging of applications. This 60-minute Webinar examines the new Direct Fluid Compression Molding Process (DFCM) and how it answers today’s demands and takes the next step toward massed produced composite automotive parts.

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Smart NVH Solutions for Next-Generation Brake Design

In Conjunction with SAE Brake noise is one of the most frequent complaints from car owners. Brake engineers have spent significant time addressing consumer complaints of rattles, groans, and squeals.

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Modeling Acoustics Applications with COMSOL Multiphysics®

If you are interested in modeling industrial acoustics applications such as mobile devices, loudspeakers, car cabins, rooms, sound proofing, and exhaust and muffler systems, tune into this webinar. You will get an introduction to using COMSOL Multiphysics® software for modeling aeroacoustics, vibroacoustics, thermoviscous acoustics, porous materials, Biot models, pressure acoustics, and ray tracing. During the live software demo, you will see firsthand how to set up an ultrasound flow meter model, which combines acoustics and fluid flow. After the presentation, you can ask questions during the Q&A session.

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Applying IBM Continuous Engineering at CMC Electronics

Innovative and high-quality software is a key driver for business success in the aerospace industry. To remain competitive, quality must be built into all aspects of safety-critical products. In fact, this is a key requirement in any safety critical application under the aerospace DO-178C standard. CMC Electronics, a Canadian aerospace solutions supplier, leveraged the IBM Continuous Engineering solution to improve quality of its software components by applying model based testing with Rational Rhapsody and Test Conductor. Through the use of the IBM Continuous engineering solution and model based testing, CMC Electronics engineers have the ability to seamlessly integrate unit, integration, and HW/SW integration testing into their safety-critical model based development process.

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