Webcasts

Fluid Structure Coupling Technology

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center's Fluid Structure Coupling (FSC) technology is a highly efficient and passive method to control the way fluids and structures communicate and dictate the behavior of a system. Developed to solve a difficult structural dynamics issue of a national asset, an FSC device weighing less than 200 lbs successfully mitigated a potentially detrimental resonant response of this 650,000 lb structure.

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IMPACT™ Your Data Performance

Meeting the growing demands of next-generation telecommunication and data networking equipment has its challenges. Dirk Dixon, Product Development Engineer for Data Communications and Network Solutions from TE Connectivity, presents connector options based on signal strength and data rates from 3 Gb/s to 25+ Gb/s and introduces the IMPACT™ solution. The IMPACT™ backplane connector and cable system from TE Connectivity pushes the speed and density envelope up to 25 Gb/s. Presenter Dirk Dixon Senior Product Engineer TE Connectivity View the Tech Talk here.

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Multiphysics Flow Simulations

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is central to many multiphysics analyses – either to determine the fluid flow itself or as the convective mode for other physics. This webinar will explore laminar, turbulent, and multiphase flows as they interact with structures (FSI), electromagnetics, heat transfer and mass transport. We will demonstrate how easy it is to model and simulate CFD applications with COMSOL Multiphysics. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.

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Lora Koenig, Glaciologist, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD

Dr. Lora Koenig, an expert in remote sensing of ice sheets and snow, provided scientific input for the design of the Goddard Remotely Operated Vehicle for Exploration and Research, or GROVER. The autonomous vehicle will rove through Summit, Greenland and monitor how much snow falls over the country’s ice sheets.

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Bringing Space Robotics to Earth Applications

Researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC), in collaboration with General Motors, have designed a state-of-the-art, highly dexterous, humanoid robot: Robonaut 2 (R2). R2 is made up of multiple component technologies and systems – dexterous hands, compliant limbs, integrated sensors, redundant safety systems, machine vision cameras, and much more. R2’s nearly 45 patented and patent-pending technologies have the potential to be game-changers in multiple industries, including logistics and distribution, medical and industrial robotics, and beyond. Ron Diftler, JSC’s Robonaut Project Manager, will provide an overview of this exceptional suite of technologies now available for licensing.

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Learn Not To Burn!

Evaluating Halogen-Free Materials to Satisfy Flame Resistance Requirements for Today's Green Electronics

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Extreme Stepper Motor Applications

Have you heard of stepper motors? Most Engineers know that steppers are one of the more nimble motor technologies available but most haven't heard of the extreme conditions that steppers can be manufactured to operate in. We'll go through a number of different stepper motor configurations and show you what these engineering marvels are capable of!

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