Webcasts

Jim Heidmann, Project Manager for NASA’s Advanced Air Transport Technology Project, and Jason Welstead, Aerospace Engineer

Jim Heidmann of Glenn Research Center (Cleveland, OH) and Jason Welstead of Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA) have led NASA efforts to develop all-electric and hybrid-electric designs for large passenger aircraft. Using low-carbon propulsion technology, they are exploring how planes can be redesigned and configured.

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Designing for Stereolithography - 10 ways to Ready Your Part for Industrial 3D Printing

Designing for industrial-grade 3D printing has fewer considerations than traditional manufacturing processes; however, elements such as resolution, surface finish, feature size and build orientation can impact part performance.

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By the Numbers – Unique Algorithms for Optimizing Complex Operations

Innovators at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center have developed a patented peak-seeking algorithm that can optimize the performance of complex operations in real time.

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Advancing Aerospace Production with Metal Additive Manufacturing

In this Webinar, you’ll hear firsthand from Honeywell Aerospace experts on the advantages additive manufacturing provided Honeywell for development of metal components made from the nickel-based superalloy Inconel 718. Honeywell officially used Inconel 718 and electron beam melting to make the first Aerospace component which was an experimental design of an existing tube used on its HTF7000 engine. Don and Brian will explain how this process holds the promise of reducing manufacturing costs by 50 percent and dramatically reducing production / delivery time.

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Dave McNally, Aerospace Engineer, Air Traffic Management, and Kapil Sheth, Aerospace Research Engineer, Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA

Two NASA-developed tools — the Dynamic Weather Routes (DWR) tool and a national implementation of DWR called the National Airspace System Constraint Evaluation and Notification Tool (NASCENT) — will help pilots identify and evaluate opportunities for more efficient paths around convective weather and other airspace constraints. Dave McNally and Kapil Sheth are the lead developers of the technologies. DWR was tested operationally by a major US airline for three years.

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Getting Started with Medical Device Security: Top Ten Steps to Take Today

In this Webinar, we will discuss some of the goals and challenges of medical device security today. After reviewing some foundational concepts, we will explore the Top Ten Steps that a medical device manufacturing company can take today to start enhancing the security of their medical devices.

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Analyzing Flexible Multibody Systems with COMSOL Multiphysics®

With the Multibody Dynamics Module of COMSOL Multiphysics® it is possible to simulate systems that contain various types of joints and flexible and rigid bodies. For instance, you can design flexible components using nonlinear materials, or use the results from a multibody analysis to predict fatigue.

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