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Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include two must-haves for cyclists to improve safety, the development of the wheelchair and the advancement of fingerprint scanners for healthcare and security. Have a great weekend!
This Sunday one of the most popular sporting events for tens of million people around the world begins. The Tour de France starts in Utrecht, the Netherlands. We will again see the world’s best top athletes fighting for the stage victory every day. We’ll admire them as they climb the steepest slope at an amazing speed and be impressed to see them completing a time trial at an average speed above 50 km/h. Throughout the past years, the regulations have continuously improved to guarantee a clean and fair race. As an example, during time trials, neither cars nor motorbikes are allowed in front of the cyclists as this would obviously reduce air resistance. Similarly, if a cyclist is catching up to the one ahead, they must stay on different sides of the road. However, there is no regulation to prevent a vehicle from following the athlete as it is commonly believed that a car riding behind a cyclist cannot influence him.
But is this really true?
We’re always looking for new talent. Did you know we are constantly updating our careers site with new opportunities? Take a look at some of our newest hot jobs at ANSYS below. If you’re a fit, apply on our website.
New Openings in the U.S.
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Here’s a look at the ANSYS webinars coming up this week, June 29th through July 3rd. I’ve also included the list of the webinars coming up throughout July.
Register today to attend one or more of these sessions, each featuring a live Q&A at the end.
Other ANSYS Webinars Coming Up in July
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles have a vast reach and range, from a tiny speck on the tip of your finger to the outer reaches of our known galaxy.
CRAFT Tech (Combustion Research and Flow Technology, Inc.) is a small and well-established CFD consulting firm that specializes in addressing unique and challenging problems for both government and commercial customers. The focus of two recent projects was the accurate modeling of flame extinction and blow-out effects in aircraft propulsion and power generation systems. Within these applications there are strong interactions of flow turbulence with the flame dynamics. Continue reading
We’re always on the lookout for top talent, so I thought I’d share some of the current hot jobs at ANSYS with you, our loyal blog readers. If you, or someone you know, is looking to advance their career in the engineering simulation software industry, check out our featured openings below.
ANSYS only accepts resumes online. Visit our careers site at www.ansys.com/Careers to view job listings and information about working here. Continue reading