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Contributing Editor Mark Clarkson is Digital Engineering's expert in visualization, computer animation, and graphics. His newest book is Photoshop Elements by Example. Visit him on the web at MarkClarkson.com or send e-mail about this article to DE-Editors@digitaleng.news.

Competing with Composites

The auto industry turns to an old, familiar friend for help in optimizing vehicle weight: steel.

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Profile: Maplesoft At Your Service

Although it's best known as a maker of mathematical and analytical software, an ever-increasing part of Maplesoft's business comes from providing engineering services.

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Solve Key Problems in Composite Simulation

Whether you are looking at pre-processing, post-processing or material testing, composites are orders of magnitude more complex than traditional materials such as metal and plastic.

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Luxology modo 701

modo 701, the latest version of Luxology's polygon and subdivision surface modeler and renderer, has some impressive new features.

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Saving Fuel Saves Lives

The U.S. military consumes almost incalculable amounts of diesel and gasoline. The U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center is looking for ways to reduce that appetite.

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