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This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles include some new breakthroughs on some old technology and an old event that deserves a new look.
- Super Slippery Coatings Are Good For Way More Than Ketchup Bottles
- Kepler Tally Grows: 104 More Exoplanets Confirmed
- This Intelligent Tape Measure May Be The World’s Smartest
- Scientists Make Single-Atom Memory From Copper And Chlorine
- July 20, 1969: One Giant Leap For Mankind
Electric machines, power and electronic transformers and other devices can be better designed and analyzed using transient electromagnetic field simulation. This choice allows engineers to analyze the dynamic system including the non-linear materials, permanent magnets and induced eddy current under a variety of conditions, employing various excitations including the pulsed waveform. Continue reading
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Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include motion sensing wall art, spray that makes almost anything indestructible and how you can ride a bike from Tron. Have a great weekend!
- Huge motion-sensing building installation is off-the-wall
- This spray makes things almost indestructible
- Waterloo company creates world’s 1st microscopic microscope
- What if you could insulate your house with toast?
- The hubless, carbon-fiber Cyclotron bike looks straight out of ‘Tron’
I don’t know about you but I want the best I can get — whether I’m doing CFD prep and meshing or just living my life. It had better be good and speedy and easy — I want it all! Unfortunately, life doesn’t work always that way.
For example, I have a beautiful wrought iron fence in front of my house. The problem is that the fence is made of steel and as we all know, steel has the unfortunate property of rusting as the paint ages and loses integrity. So, this summer I have a big project to scrape, brush and repaint the metal. I’m not looking forward to the many hours of hands on time that will take! Continue reading
Being a CAE analyst for almost 20 years has been an interesting journey. Looking back to see the huge development in computer power and the development of the simulation software, in terms of supported physics, features and ease of use, is very pleasing. The turnaround time for a typical simulation has been reduced from months to days. However, there is one part of the process that has not changed, and not gotten the same speed up; namely reporting. Continue reading
I began working at ANSYS through their co-op education program while completing my undergrad degree. After seeing the level of excellence and innovation exhibited in the products here, I knew it would be a great place to grow my own skills while contributing to meaningful technologies. ANSYS is a company where it is easy to see the software we develop making an impact on the world around us. ~ James Vento, Software Developer I
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