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Dr. Neil Cheatwood, IRVE-3 Principal Investigator, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA

Neil Cheatwood is principal investigator of the Inflatable Reentry Vehicle Experiment (IRVE-3). In July, the IRVE-3 team tested an inflatable heat shield that protects spacecraft from extreme temperatures and hypersonic speeds when entering a planet's atmosphere or returning to Earth.

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The Engineering of the Mars Rover - Curiosity

Join Rob Manning, Mars Science Laboratory Chief Engineer, and find out how he and his team addressed the unique engineering challenges of designing and building NASA’s largest and most complex rover, Curiosity.

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Basics of Optical Surfaces: Roughness, Texture, and Mid-Spatial Frequency Form Errors

Learn the fundamentals of tolerancing and testing for surface roughness and mid-spatial frequency errors. These factors affect all elements of the optics fabrication process – from design to manufacturing.

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Solver Matters: Scalable, Accurate, and Robust Multiphysics Analysis

The single-platform concept has proved to be both convenient and effective across the technology landscape, from smartphones to converged media that employ a single platform to allow viewing and seamless shifting of a broadcast on TV set-top boxes, mobile phones, laptops, tablets, and other screens.

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Modeling Airborne Noise using ANSYS CFD

The problem of airborne noise generation, propagation and mitigation is of importance in many engineering applications across different industries including aerospace, automotive, electronics, power, HVAC.

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Advances in Polymer Film Materials for Extreme Applications

For more than 45 years, Kapton® polyimide film, only from DuPont, has served as a technically robust and unique solution for extreme application demands in industries such as aerospace, energy, automotive, and electronics. The key to its unlimited potential and ongoing success has been its versatility and robust thermal performance in applications involving extreme temperatures ranging from -269°C to +400°C.

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Additive Manufacturing 101: Changing the Future of Product Development and Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing technologies are also commonly known as "Rapid Prototyping" or "3D Printing" as well as other names. And, although they are still being used by design engineers for concept modeling and prototyping, that’s not all. Manufacturing engineers are now employing these technologies for various applications such as jigs, fixtures, check gauges, and even as a bridge-to-tooling and low-volume end-use parts.

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