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Making Connections Count with Mobile Medical Devices

The rise of mobile and wireless medical devices is dramatically restructuring the face of the medical industry. In order to get the best performance out of these innovative new products, design engineers are realizing the importance of the underlying electronic interconnects and associated technologies.

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Butler Hine, Project Manager, LADEE, Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA

Dr. Butler Hine is the project manager of the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) spacecraft. The vehicle, successfully launched in September, will characterize the dust environment of the moon.

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Introduction to Thermal Simulation of Electronics

Electronic Components and Systems Designers struggling with the thermal design of their products will benefit from this event which will show how the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) can improve the efficiency and reliability of their designs and reduce the need for costly prototyping.

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Speed is the Key: Using Higher Speed Data Capture to Improve Confidence in Laser Tracker Measurement

When you collect data with a Laser Tracker, variables like sample rate and collection speed play an important role in the confidence of that data. Watch this Webinar to see how these factors can be used to your benefit on the jobs you shoot.

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Designing With Rare Earth Magnets in Military/Aerospace Applications

Rare earth magnets offer designers the opportunity to reduce weight, improve performance and efficiencies, and lower the cost of their systems. Many applications, including medical devices, oil drilling systems, motors, generators, aircraft, missile systems, submarines, satellite communications, and propulsion systems for space vehicles were enabled by rare earth magnets. Rare earth magnets are used on almost all aerospace/military platforms.

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Analyzing Mechanical Design Behavior: A Focus on Simulation Software Meshing Attributes & Accuracy

Many factors will influence the quality and the accuracy of your structural simulation model. Meshing is amongst the most important ones and requires some attention from the user, even when using automated meshing procedures.

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Dr. Leslie Bebout, Microbial Ecologist, Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA

Dr. Leslie Bebout works as a microbial ecologist in the Exobiology Branch at NASA’s Moffett Field, CA-based Ames Research Center. She and her colleagues study the complexities of carbon, nitrogen and hydrogen cycling in early Earth and Mars analog microbial systems. They concurrently are using this systems biology approach to work with engineers to design systems geared to optimize the use of water, light and nutrient resources relevant both to the development of new green technologies and space exploration capabilities.

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