Webcasts

CFD in Multiphysics Analysis

CFD holds a special place in Multiphysics analysis both because of its own complexities but also since it serves as the likely convective mode for other physics. This webinar will explore this special status with laminar, turbulent, and multiphase flow as it interacts with structures (through FSI), electromagnetics, heat and mass. We will conclude with a demonstration of how simple it is to simulate CFD interactions using COMSOL Multiphysics.

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Steve Gaddis, Program Director for NASA Space Technology's Game Changing Development Office, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA

Steve Gaddis runs the newly created Game Changing Technology Development Program Office. Gaddis leads the program’s efforts to develop innovative technologies that will revolutionize space exploration.

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Advances in Conformal Coatings Enhance the Reliability of Innovative Technologies

Conformal coatings are used in the electronics, automotive, military, aerospace, and medical device industries for a variety of surface modification functions, including:

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Best Practices for Engineering Calculations- Calculate, Document, and Share

Calculations are at the heart of engineering and vital to the success of projects, product design, and ultimately the success of a company. It is essential to capture calculations in a way that is easy to reuse and share with others. This allows you to spend more time finding solutions and less time documenting them.

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Heat Transfer Simulations

Heat transfer is central to many simulations – as a direct, desired effect or a byproduct to be managed. This webinar will examine how heat transfer couples with other physics. We’ll start with convection and structural thermal expansion and move on to electromagnetic, chemical, and acoustic heating. We will conclude with a worked example that demonstrates how easy it is to solve this class of problem with COMSOL Multiphysics.

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Marcia Domack and John Wagner, Engineers, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA

Marcia Domack and John Wagner, engineers in the Advanced Materials and Processing Branch at NASA Langley Research Center, have worked with Boston-based metal fabricator Spincraft, focusing on a one-piece manufacturing process called spin forming. The team used the spin-forming technique to create a model of the forward pressure vessel bulkhead (FPVBH) of an Orion-type crew module.

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Stephen Freeman, Vice President of International Business Development, Materion Corporation

Recently, NASA Tech Briefs spoke with Stephen Freeman, Vice President of International Business Development for Materion Corporation, which is the new name for advanced materials manufacturer Brush Engineered Materials and all of its businesses. Materion is a New York Stock Exchange listed company with annual sales of 1.5 billion dollars. A 20-year veteran of Materion, Steve discusses how the rollout of the new Materion brand has progressed over the past year, new and exciting applications for beryllium and their other materials, and how they also have developed into the world’s largest optical coatings manufacturer.

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