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This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles include breakthroughs in the air, on the ground, and in the field of invisibility.
- Blue Origin To Launch Rockets From Cape Canaveral
- U.S. Government Develops Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm With The Sense Of Touch
- Terahertz Breakthrough Opens Pathway For 100X Faster Wi-Fi
- Production Is Underway On The World’s Largest Aircraft
- This Cloaking Device Is Less Harry Potter, More Predator
Earlier this year, I worked on the modelling and finite element analysis of biomedical stents teaming up with colleagues Jorge Dopico (ANSYS Iberia) and Mark Robinson (ANSYS UK). In particular, the focus was the development of a model that would allow for a better understanding of the “in vivo” performance of stents made of innovative shape-memory alloy materials. Continue reading
Based on last week’s announcement that ANSYS and Cray has smashed supercomputing records, an editor of a well-known magazine followed up on and asked me whether this achievement might help to compensate the slowdown of Moore’s Law. Although I was able to briefly respond, it was also end of the day and while driving home the question stayed in my head and was the origin of this blog. Continue reading
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include a solution for improving the heating ability of electric vehicles, Canon’s new 250-megapixel sensor and a football tackling, running and passing robot. Have a great weekend!
- SpaceX Releases First Interior Photos of its Astronaut-Carrying Spacecraft
- Ultra-Thin Carbon Nanotube Heaters Will Warm Electric Cars Without Draining Batteries
- Origami and the Art of Structural Engineering
- Canon’s 250-Megapixel Sensor Can Read the Side of a Plane from 11 Miles Away
- This Robot Wants to be the MVP on the Football Field
Earlier this year, we introduced ANSYS AIM, the first integrated and comprehensive multiphysics simulation environment designed for all engineers. Since then, we’ve been working hard to add new features to allow you to address a broader range of product design challenges. With ANSYS AIM 16.2, we have included many new capabilities that allow you to rapidly predict the thermal and thermal-stress performance of product designs. Continue reading